Episode #42: “Virtual Life”, from True’s 22 March 2009 issue.
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Cory R. Kinney, 19, really wanted to check his Facebook account. He allegedly approached another customer using a laptop computer at a Starbucks in Ellenton, Fla., and asked if he could use it. The man said no, so Kinney allegedly grabbed the computer and ran out the door. Two bystanders tackled Kinney, who was arrested for robbery. He allegedly told officers he “just wanted to do a crime that did not hurt anyone.” (Sarasota Herald Tribune, Bradenton Herald) …What do you want to bet that Facebook is the only place he has any “friends”?
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