That may be true where you live, but it certainly isn’t where I live.
M2MM You’re a wise woman!
Sometimes I try on all my clothes, but it’s only so I can weed out the things that no longer fit.
You’re missing out! I borrow books and DVDs constantly, also take advantage of free programs and classes, pick up treasures at the annual used book sale, do genealogy research, etc. My kids are now in their 20s (and still go to the library regularly!) but when they were growing up, they were always involved in children’s and teen programs. Three of my kids were on the teen advisory board at our closest library, which was a great experience and looks good on a college application or resume.
Sequel to Mouse Hunt?
Yes. Tiffany and Les are both too close to the situation, but the information and evidence should be turned over to the people who can actually DO something. . . the company that was copied, the customers who were scammed, and the police.
Poor Luann. It’s Josee Geller all over again.
Just be glad your son isn’t Michael Rotondo.
When my young adults were young teens first navigating the Internet, I drilled into them to make sure they NEVER gave out personal information online.
My son once told someone online that he was an 80 year old transgender monk in Brazil.
My daughter told a guy who was trying to flirt with her that she lived in Germany. When he replied with, “I hear Germany is a beautiful country,” she answered, “I wouldn’t know. I’ve never been there.” And then she disconnected.
Do we know what Axel’s last name is? Is it Rose?