Real life has intruded on the storybook ending for “Once Upon A Toy.”
According to a new study, most people who post on Facebook are more likely to have anxiety or problems with alcohol.
Deputies used to do checkpoints that lasted for hours, but now word travels through Facebook and Twitter significantly dropping arrests.
Ott stresses that the permits would only be asked of professional photographers, not parents taking pictures before a prom.
“If you don’t like Slay because he is white-vote for Jimmie Matthews because Reed is no different than Slay!”
State Rep. La Shawn Ford, who last year passed a bill keeping employers from asking employees for their usernames and passwords, is now sponsoring a bill to do the same for students.
“[Citizens] have a right to know, and we have a responsibility to tell them about what we’re doing, what’s working, and what’s not working.”
The newborn colt is now known as Hope. That was the winning name among more than 60,000 submissions which came into Facebook and Twitter.
The law allows employers to see public Facebook profiles only. If a supervisor asks for the information they are subjected to fines and penalties.
Yet another reason to watch out what you put on Facebook: it could live on longer than you do.