A Manitoba teenager has been charged with "personation" after allegedly posing as a teacher on Facebook. The profile included the teacher's name, photo, and other information.
Manitoba Teen Charged With Impersonating Teacher on Facebook
May 5, 2008
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Teenagers sends many parents running for a payday loan
It is right to punish child equal to the wrong things they’ve done. Teenagers are expensive- a lot of parents consider getting a payday loan to cover some of these expenses. They want all kinds of stuff, like cell phones, internet, mp3 players, video game platforms, all sorts of new clothes that don’t stay on, and of course, they need to be driven everywhere. They also seem to eat their own weight in frozen burritos. The expense of having teenagers sends many parents running for a payday loan. Should we do that in order to fund them â€“ or should we teach them the value of a fair day’s work for a fair day’s wage. I read an article that taught me how to teach them to shovel snow to earn their own money. For other ideas on raising teens, or just a sympathetic voice, go to the payday loan blog.