Internet Life Lessons that Should be Taught to Kids

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Blind Hemingway

A former executive or something.
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Some children need to teach their parents these lessons, as well. :\

It's interesting to watch this sudden emergence--or just a heightened emphasis-- upon Online Rules of Engagement and the resulting schools of forum laissez faire, develop over the years. Perhaps this age of facebook, text messages and camera phones is just symptomatic of our tendency to reach out to each other.

*Old lady babbles*

*Chases away a vulture*


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You can sure as hell bet MY future babies will be internet trained. D: It's hard enough trying to teach internet-dummy friends and family not to do stupid stuff...

The hardest one to teach has been "Ignore the trolls." ><