Now, There’s a Whole TV Show About People Lying on the Internet.


Catfish is a pretty interesting documentary about a guy who found out that someone he was talking to on the Internet wasn’t who he thought she was. (Gasp!) *Sounds Familiar*

Now MTV is developing a pilot focused on “social network users who purposely misidentify themselves and the repercussions that occur.” So, it’s the MTV version of that famous New Yorker cartoon with the dog.

This actually sounds like it could be interesting if there was some way to guarantee it won’t just be episode after episode of couples photo shopping pictures of furniture they put up for sale on Craigslist to make it look a little less used than it actually is. Hate when that happens. Gawker

My Thoughts
What about a Real upclose look at the nasty stinkers who use online anonymity to launch mean spirited attacks on strangers? Use Real Stories from Real People *IF THEY’RE NOT STILL HIDING, WHO THEY REALLY ARE* (Fat Chance) *smh* The internet coaxes out the alienated, rotten beast within, disguises it’s identity and lets it loose to snarl and snap at gathered crowds. This could also be referred to as,

“Just Another Day
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Hey, I’m just Sayin!! 🙂


By: NeeNee ~Darlene~ @TweetinGrandma On Twitter