|Um, excuse me, I have a medical prescription for that, thank you!!|
Mmm, hmmm...yeah you do. And I just came into ownership of the deed to the Parthenon.
I'm not big on reporting people or things, for the most part I think 'to each his own.' There are exceptions though (that I can count on one hand in all of my 43 years), and said photo is one of them. One of my daughter's Facebook friends from school thought it was a great idea to change her photo to one of her clearly smoking a joint, or whatever they're called these days?
I reported it as inappropriate, and checked the 'drug use' box.
It came back the same day, from FB admins. as appropriate. "The photo was not taken down, not deemed inappropriate." They gave me suggestions which included a). ask the girl to take it down herself b). don't look at it
hahahahaa to the last one. Oh my.
In any case, I was surprised by the decision. We're talking a very young teen, with a very inappropriate photo, on a public network used by a lot of people.
I understand censorship, and realize it is not something to dabble with...I do however, feel children under age DO need to have that, 'Really? Take that down, it's inappropriate' stipulation, and if the parent's won't do it (or have no clue), then the website should take it down. I KNOW not all of you are going to agree with me, and that's fine. I just thought it'd be a good topic of conversation for today's post.