Monkey ManWoke up. Showered and made coffee....but not at the same time. Although I am so wonderful I probably could.
Drove to work. Traffic Sucked. Don't other drivers know how important I am.
Everything I say is interesting.....just ask me.
We all know the THAT Facebooker. Is that a word? "I may not be much, but I'm all I think about." Yeah. That guy...girl. Whatever.
The point is, you should be careful on Facebook or this may happen to you......
Facebook Post Attracts Robbers
Near St. Louis - Police say a Facebook posting apparently prompted a home invasion and robbery in Alton early Monday morning.
Alton Police Department Chief of Detectives Scott Golike said one of two young women who live in the home had posted a message on Facebook, boasting of receiving a monetary settlement in a civil court proceeding. He said the mention of money apparently attracted the robbers.
"This is a good lesson about how not to use Facebook," Golike said.
Police are seeking two men who allegedly broke into the residence at about 1:30 a.m. on Monday.
Golike said the men, both wearing bandannas and armed with handguns, burst into the home and held residents at gunpoint.
As it turned out, no one was hurt, the robbers obtained no money and took only a few of the residents' personal belongings. The two women live with several children and a man who was not home at the time of the robbery.
Police have strong leads regarding identity of the suspects.
Right off the top..."live with....a man who was not home at the time of the robbery"....."strong leads regarding identity of the suspects." Coincidence? I think not. But definitely hand over your "friends" list to the police. Maybe they will see that comment on your status that says -
Joe Friend Soooo...where are you keeping the cash??? You can tell me. I'm your most honest Friend.
Man of the house is conveniently gone. I am guessing he is either a part of the gang of thieves or the thieves just waited until the young women posted a status saying "Boy, I thought he would never leave." What a bunch of morons.
I wonder if they played one of those games where they ask questions. You know the ones. The "Top Five Smells I Like Best". Or "My favorite ten movies". Or "Best places to hide my civil suit settlement money".
Now back to the thieves. Did they really think they wouldn't be caught if they were allegedly using Facebook to get to this girl's money. You think they can't follow you following someone else? Hmmmm. I don't know how, but surely they can.
Well, anyway you look at it. When the thieves didn't find what they wanted, I am sure they looked at one another and said "What the Hell?"