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We have beat this drum 100 times already, but here it goes one more time.
I noticed a Photo Tag of a friend of mine on the front page of Facebook, so I clicked the link to have a look as it had about 20 comments listed, that led me to believe it was worth looking at. When the page loaded it was a string of photo’s of a lady that had obviously got the wrong end of a beating by someone.
It turns out a friend loaded the pic of this lady that had been smacked around by her husband/boyfriend, not sure as I do not know her. He apparently claims he gave her a “little slap”. DAMN, I would like to see what a “big slap” would look like. Both her eyes were swollen shut and blue.
The “poster” had tagged all his Facebook friends and asked them to tag all their friends and so on. This was in order to get the message out that this guy was a wife beater and that he had gone far enough.
Wow, what an amazing tool Facebook is!
Be warned you are being watched, and at any stage your sins could be broadcast to the world. When I last checked there were over 300 people tagged to that one album, and the numbers are still growing.
This topic is open for debate – what are your thoughts on naming & shaming and alleged abuser so publicly?