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Teen Admits Killing Father for Restricting His Use of MySpace
Posted 3/6/08
http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,335496,00.html

"Specifically, Hughstan said he hated his father because he was restricting his use of the MySpace Web site, MyFOXPhoenix reports."
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Classic American teenage behavior.
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wow shows how much people LOVE myspace. i still haven't jumped on the bandwagon yet for myspace. myspace is a poor excuse for socialization. i mean if your friends live in the same city and go to the same school why do you need a myspace? i think that theres to many people who just sit there and wait for a comment. you know how boring that it. trust me i've seen my friends go on myspace for like 3 hours just looking at other myspaces and ask them to be their buddy. i feel srry for those people who actually are adicted to myspace or any other thing like myspace.
Posted 3/6/08
Stupid much?

It seems like teens'll use any excuse they can to kill their parents these days. I was just talking about Juvenile's daugher (only 4 years old) being murdered by her older brother (17). He also killed his mother and other sister. =_= I'm almost ashamed to be a teen myself.

angelseraphim wrote:

Classic American teenage behavior.


Although a majority of teens are losing their minds in America (wonder if many of them ever had one) you act like this stuff doesn't happen in other countries. I know a few other countries where teens are known to craze out, just in different ways like prostitution in Japan. >_> No, I'm not saying prostitution is as bad as murdering. What I'm saying is, teens are teens and we all do stupid crap like this.


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angelseraphim wrote:

Classic American teenage behavior.


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.....how stupid.



angelseraphim wrote:

Classic American teenage behavior.



naduo wrote:


angelseraphim wrote:

Classic American teenage behavior.


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that's very unfair of you, the majority of us aren't like that. And our country isn't the only one that has people like that.
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I see your post count is over 6k. addicted much YTF?

But back on topic, Murdering your own father because he won't allow you to use Myspace is the worst excuse ever lol
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saiyukilover wrote:

.....how stupid.



angelseraphim wrote:

Classic American teenage behavior.



naduo wrote:


angelseraphim wrote:

Classic American teenage behavior.


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that's very unfair of you, the majority of us aren't like that. And our country isn't the only one that has people like that.


Hey everyone gets labeled. Thats how things are in this world. Just get used to it. I'm not the bad guy here.
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Flourescent wrote:

Stupid much?

It seems like teens'll use any excuse they can to kill their parents these days. I was just talking about Juvenile's daugher (only 4 years old) being murdered by her older brother (17). He also killed his mother and other sister. =_= I'm almost ashamed to be a teen myself.

angelseraphim wrote:

Classic American teenage behavior.


Although a majority of teens are losing their minds in America (wonder if many of them ever had one) you act like this stuff doesn't happen in other countries. I know a few other countries where teens are known to craze out, just in different ways like prostitution in Japan. >_> No, I'm not saying prostitution is as bad as murdering. What I'm saying is, teens are teens and we all do stupid crap like this.




Yeah but teens committing murder in America is pretty rampant these days.
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angelseraphim wrote:


saiyukilover wrote:

.....how stupid.



angelseraphim wrote:

Classic American teenage behavior.



naduo wrote:


angelseraphim wrote:

Classic American teenage behavior.


AMEN~



that's very unfair of you, the majority of us aren't like that. And our country isn't the only one that has people like that.


Hey everyone gets labeled. Thats how things are in this world. Just get used to it. I'm not the bad guy here.


That's true, however, it doesn't make it right. and ur contributing to the "bad" by spreading the label.


angelseraphim wrote:


Flourescent wrote:

Stupid much?

It seems like teens'll use any excuse they can to kill their parents these days. I was just talking about Juvenile's daugher (only 4 years old) being murdered by her older brother (17). He also killed his mother and other sister. =_= I'm almost ashamed to be a teen myself.

angelseraphim wrote:

Classic American teenage behavior.


Although a majority of teens are losing their minds in America (wonder if many of them ever had one) you act like this stuff doesn't happen in other countries. I know a few other countries where teens are known to craze out, just in different ways like prostitution in Japan. >_> No, I'm not saying prostitution is as bad as murdering. What I'm saying is, teens are teens and we all do stupid crap like this.




Yeah but teens committing murder in America is pretty rampant these days.


It's not just america though > it's happening in ALL countries
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shibole wrote:

http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,335496,00.html

"Specifically, Hughstan said he hated his father because he was restricting his use of the MySpace Web site, MyFOXPhoenix reports."


this is a scary state of affairs for the world and the future of the world.

What are parents/schools teaching the future generations? Why are they so incredibly irrational?
The moral decay of the world is becoming more and more evident, with addictions popping up like wildflowers.

Do schools even teach stress management anymore? is the future generation becoming an instant gratification generation?
(and we thought the "me generation" was bad)
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saiyukilover wrote:


angelseraphim wrote:


saiyukilover wrote:

.....how stupid.



angelseraphim wrote:

Classic American teenage behavior.



naduo wrote:


angelseraphim wrote:

Classic American teenage behavior.


AMEN~



that's very unfair of you, the majority of us aren't like that. And our country isn't the only one that has people like that.


Hey everyone gets labeled. Thats how things are in this world. Just get used to it. I'm not the bad guy here.


That's true, however, it doesn't make it right. and ur contributing to the "bad" by spreading the label.


No I'm not. The media is. I'm an innocent bystander.
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angelseraphim wrote:


saiyukilover wrote:


angelseraphim wrote:


saiyukilover wrote:

.....how stupid.



angelseraphim wrote:

Classic American teenage behavior.



naduo wrote:


angelseraphim wrote:

Classic American teenage behavior.


AMEN~



that's very unfair of you, the majority of us aren't like that. And our country isn't the only one that has people like that.


Hey everyone gets labeled. Thats how things are in this world. Just get used to it. I'm not the bad guy here.


That's true, however, it doesn't make it right. and ur contributing to the "bad" by spreading the label.


No I'm not. The media is. I'm an innocent bystander.


Yeah the media does it too - but ur not innocent, in this particular case, u WERE the one who said it.
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wow shows how much people LOVE myspace. i still haven't jumped on the bandwagon yet for myspace. myspace is a poor excuse for socialization. i mean if your friends live in the same city and go to the same school why do you need a myspace? i think that theres to many people who just sit there and wait for a comment. you know how boring that it. trust me i've seen my friends go on myspace for like 3 hours just looking at other myspaces and ask them to be their buddy. i feel srry for those people who actually are adicted to myspace or any other thing like myspace.


I like you! Someone who agrees with me!
Really, myspace is not really that great. I made one about four months ago, but only so I can keep in touch at least a little bit with some people. When I first made it, I was checking it everyday, but now, I am not on as often. It really is not that great as people think it is. Crunchyroll pwns myspace!
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saiyukilover wrote:


angelseraphim wrote:


saiyukilover wrote:


angelseraphim wrote:


saiyukilover wrote:

.....how stupid.



angelseraphim wrote:

Classic American teenage behavior.



naduo wrote:


angelseraphim wrote:

Classic American teenage behavior.


AMEN~



that's very unfair of you, the majority of us aren't like that. And our country isn't the only one that has people like that.


Hey everyone gets labeled. Thats how things are in this world. Just get used to it. I'm not the bad guy here.


That's true, however, it doesn't make it right. and ur contributing to the "bad" by spreading the label.


No I'm not. The media is. I'm an innocent bystander.


Yeah the media does it too - but ur not innocent, in this particular case, u WERE the one who said it.


The majority was thinking it. I just stated it through writing. Besides I'm just one person. How much influence do I have. If people are so easily influence by me that tells me they can't think for themselves.
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