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Life...in general / Re: Doxxing someone
« Last post by KittyBass on May 19, 2018, 10:30:36 PM »
And FWIW, there's a site that archives other websites and old threads from here can be found on that.  I don't understand why the poster who posted the PDFs got doxxed when it's very likely some of those threads can be found on sites such as that and are available to anybody who searches. The person who posted those files was not a doxxer.
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Life...in general / Re: Doxxing someone
« Last post by stargazer on May 19, 2018, 10:23:31 PM »
SamiHami joined the FB group, and someone found her FB page (by simply clicking on the link to her name).  Her name was not released in any public forum and she has since left the FB group.

Is everyone here a lawyer?

I'm not, but I do have more sense than to join a group that requires my real name and then stir up trouble for it. Of course, YMMV.

Mileage varies depending on the FB user's security settings. Additionally, no one in that group doxxed anybody.

And no one "attacked" Jeanne's family.  Googling her name and finding pictures of her children (apparently, I thankfully never saw the pics) in what all that saw them considered racist costumes is hardly attacking someone.   No one posted their names, or did anything with the pictures other than sharing them until Jeanne finally took them down or hid them.  No one did anything other than post pictures to a private group that were already public on the internet.
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Life...in general / Re: Doxxing someone
« Last post by TabathasGran on May 19, 2018, 10:19:16 PM »
And I feel like I should say that the only person (that I know of; IDK, I don't live on facebook) who was doxxed in the past five years was SH. The people that I know of who were doxxed were mostly people who have been since banned for trolling.

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Life...in general / Re: Doxxing someone
« Last post by Chickadee on May 19, 2018, 10:04:34 PM »
SamiHami joined the FB group, and someone found her FB page (by simply clicking on the link to her name).  Her name was not released in any public forum and she has since left the FB group.

Is everyone here a lawyer?

I'm not, but I do have more sense than to join a group that requires my real name and then stir up trouble for it. Of course, YMMV.

Mileage varies depending on the FB user's security settings. Additionally, no one in that group doxxed anybody.
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Life...in general / Re: Doxxing someone
« Last post by Mary Lennox on May 19, 2018, 09:35:35 PM »
SamiHami joined the FB group, and someone found her FB page (by simply clicking on the link to her name).  Her name was not released in any public forum and she has since left the FB group.

Is everyone here a lawyer?

I'm not, but I do have more sense than to join a group that requires my real name and then stir up trouble for it. Of course, YMMV.
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Life...in general / Re: Doxxing someone
« Last post by gollymolly2 on May 19, 2018, 09:25:28 PM »
SamiHami joined the FB group, and someone found her FB page (by simply clicking on the link to her name).  Her name was not released in any public forum and she has since left the FB group.

Is everyone here a lawyer?

I am, but Iím not quite sure how what youíve quoted is in anyway a legal analysis. One does not need a JD to summarize facts.
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Life...in general / Re: Doxxing someone
« Last post by stargazer on May 19, 2018, 09:25:05 PM »
SamiHami joined the FB group, and someone found her FB page (by simply clicking on the link to her name).  Her name was not released in any public forum and she has since left the FB group.

Is everyone here a lawyer?

????
I just thought I was answering your question.
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Life...in general / Re: Doxxing someone
« Last post by TabathasGran on May 19, 2018, 09:19:22 PM »
SamiHami joined the FB group, and someone found her FB page (by simply clicking on the link to her name).  Her name was not released in any public forum and she has since left the FB group.

Is everyone here a lawyer?
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Time For a Coffee Break! / Re: Snack how much per person
« Last post by flyersandunicorns on May 19, 2018, 09:18:37 PM »
I would take how much you would give your own child and multiply by the total amount. I would make them obviously portioned out, put them in baggies or dixie-cups etc. Then they can grab their portion and be happy. It adds waste but until you get a feeling for how the kids reaction at snack time, it will save yourself a lot of headache telling someone to "take one apple" or "take five slices" etch.

Fruit and trail mixes are good choices for a quick healthy snack that won't over fill them. I would think of making mini sandwiches perhaps, like out of slider buns. Or you can just do half sandwiches to keep it simple. Just keep in mind that they're eating between plays, so it should be light but as complex as possible so they will have the energy boost they're looking for in a half time snack.
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Time For a Coffee Break! / Snack how much per person
« Last post by coolio on May 19, 2018, 08:32:05 PM »
I am part of a football league and the kids require a snack at halftime, the kids are 7.

Please suggest some healthy snacks, and about how much per child.

If I had apples, how many per child should I a lot.
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