On one hand, he wasn’t wearing a shirt in the area where they prepare food. On the other hand, the photos are pretty fierce.
The mother of three claims to have taught herself to face-paint at home.
After BuzzFeed News revealed that the Drug Enforcement Administration had created a phony Facebook page using a real woman’s name — without her knowledge — the company has told the agency it committed a “serious breach” of Facebook’s terms of service.
Companies like Apple and Facebook are now paying for their female employees to freeze their eggs. Some say it’s a perk for women who want to wait to have kids, but critics say it’s a short-term solution to a bigger problem of balancing work and family.
The company says they will appear in “recent updates,” and users can choose to view them if they want. Snapchat also says they are trying to make ads that aren’t “creepy.”
According to their Facebook descriptions.
The social media giant has announced a feature which allows users to let family and friends know they’re safe if they’re located in a disaster zone.
It’s not Facebook. And not much else either.
Just don’t write mean things about your customers on receipts – it never goes well!
When Anna Stoehr was born, her house didn’t even have a phone.
Grandpas too, while we’re at it.
I LOVE HIM SO MUCH AND HE NEEDS A PARTNER.
My mom died before Facebook was invented. Sometimes I wonder if mourning her would’ve been easier if it had been around.
Right, people, it’s time to delete your Facebook account, set fire to your computer, and throw your phone into a river.
Our Facebook fans showed us how they say hello and goodbye in their languages.
“Shane spent his entire life in the arms of people that loved him unconditionally and I don’t think you could ask for a more beautiful life then that.”
We all do them.It’s time to come clean.
La technologie nous a offert une multitude de nouvelles façons de se taper la honte.
“I am sorry we haven’t red-carded these hate preachers before but it will happen.”
Snapchat: The destroyer of friendships.
Technology has given us new and wondrous ways to utterly embarrass ourselves.
A DEA agent commandeered a woman’s identity, created a phony Facebook account in her name, and posted racy photos he found on her seized cell phone. The government said he had the right to do that. Update: Facebook has removed the page and the Justice Department says it is reviewing the incident.
The friend reportedly said he was unaware the woman was his girlfriend.
Expect to see more and more videos exclusively on Facebook as the social network tries to tap into its biggest fan communities.
Last week, E.R. Kennedy, also known as Ellen Kennedy, took to Twitter to accuse the author Tao Lin of plagiarism and said that he was abusive when Kennedy dated him in 2005, when she was 16. Lin responded to the allegations in emails and on Facebook.
Ask a stupid question…get laughed at on the internet.