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Attention, kiddos, a cautionary tale:
A sixteen year old boy left his Facebook account open on his mom's computer and she went in and poked around. Now, that sucks, but it's kind of like getting mad when your mom finds porn under your bed - should have seen it coming.
Step two is where it gets nutty. Then, she allegedly changed the password so she could access the account but he couldn't, had multiple conversations with his friends, and posted "slanderous" comments on his wall. Now, for the life of me, I can't find this kid's Facebook page, and no one has republished the comments, so I don't have any idea how slanderous we're talking, but I will say this - the case has been accepted by an Arkansas court, which means there must be something.
Oh, because that's step three. He's suing her. Not stamping his foot or telling her that he wishes she was dead. Suing her. I thought you were only allowed to do that if you were a child star or heiress.
However, while there are lessons to be learned here (kids, don't sue your moms, moms, don't slander your children), I have to side with the kid here, right? If for no other reason than he's sixteen and she's a grown-ass woman.