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Because, you know, they're so smart and all that stuff. They fight and kill over the smallest thing, no fad is too crazy or dangerous for them, They drive high and drunk and text while driving, but you know, they know it all and should go to the WH and tell the government how it should be done.

The kylie jenner challenge-The new craze is popular among teens desperate to emulate Kylie Jenner's bee-stung pout

This poor girl seems far from impressed with the results of her lip-plumping mission Countless teens, both boys and girls, have been sharing the disturbing results of their experiments on Twitter and InstagramThe reportedly painful method involves participants placing their mouth over the opening of a cup, jar or shot glass and sucking in until the air vacuum causes their lips to swell upOne boy expertly demonstrates just how extreme the effects can be if you try hard enoughSome of the results were horrifying


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The Tide Pod challenge-Teens are eating laundry detergent for the "Tide Pod Challenge"

In recent months, the challenge has been on the rise among teens who are eating Tide Pods —tiny, laundry detergent pouches— in the name of fun. Biting into the detergent capsules has become so popular that the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission was forced to tweet out a warning: “Please don’t eat laundry pods.” government watchdog is expressing concern over the dangerous misuse of a laundry detergent. In this latest social media fad, teenagers are putting detergent pods in their mouths in what's being called the "Tide Pod Challenge."

Ingredients in the pods include ethanol, hydrogen peroxide and polymers – a highly-toxic mix of detergent meant to wipe out dirt and grime. Manufacturers have been concerned about toddlers mistakenly ingesting them, but now teens are popping them on purpose and posting videos of the results online, reports CBS News correspondent Anna Werner.

Marc Pagan, 19, told CBS that he knew better than to eat the soap-filled pod, but decided to do it on a dare. (Come on people, they DARED him to do it).

We could go on and on, but it's apparent that even if you could stop school shooters you'd still have more than enough to worry about.

Teenagers can be unpredictable — and having instant access to a constant stream of (mis)information on the Internet certainly doesn't help. The latest teen to make headlines for an Internet challenge gone wrong barely survived the “duct tape challenge” — 48 stitches and a crushed eye socket later. A group of teens duct tape a friend, sometimes to a pole and sometimes simply standing up with their arms incapacitated. The taped teen will then try to break free. This challenge recently caused one teen to fall and hit his head on a window frame and concrete, crushing his eye socket and leading to a brain aneurysm.

Here’s the thing: Teenagers are just a few years away from being adults, according to the law. But developmentally they’re not quite there yet. According to the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, the area of the brain responsible for reasoning and thinking, the frontal cortex, continues to change and mature throughout the teenage years and into adulthood. As a result, we have teens who land themselves in dangerous and often life-threatening situations because they don’t yet have the experience or critical thinking skills to tell them that something they see on the Internet is a bad idea.

The "game," which involves teens choking each other to reduce oxygen to the brain until the teen faints, has been coming around again recently. There have been enough deaths that Lifetime released a movie to bring more awareness to the dangers.

This challenge has been circulating for a few years and requires the teen to swallow a spoonful or more of cinnamon without drinking any water. The challenge can cause respiratory and throat issues or even things like a collapsed lung and choking. There have been reported deaths from this challenge.

I didn't think it was ok for Moore.  However I did ask did he do anything wrong in the 40 years after that?   i made my mistakes when I was young, how about you?  should we be held accountable still 40 years later?   Guess I can't run for office,, Myrtle will probably come out about that time on the playground

Mamma no speak English, no mention of a father, daughter pretty much free to do whatever-but it's the guns that are the problem.


A 21-year-old illegal immigrant who was allowed to stay in the U.S. under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program was arrested last week in Rochester, N.Y., for making terroristic threats against students in a high school, officials said.

Abigail Hernandez was arrested and charged for the threats against East High School and was remanded to the Monroe County Jail in lieu of $15,000 bail, WHAM reported. Hernandez — who is not a student at the school — was moved to a federal detention facility, and will be held there until a hearing is scheduled.

Rochester City School District called police at 5:08 p.m. February 16 about a threat posted on the East High School Facebook page, which read: “I’m coming tomorrow morning and I’m going to shoot all of ya b----es.”


Rochester City School District called police about a threat posted on the East High School Facebook page.  (Google Street View)

East High School Superintendent Shaun Nelms told WHAM Friday evening: “Sadly, in wake of the recent Parkland, Florida tragedy, schools across the country have been grappling with social media threats intended to instill fear and anxiety. While we cannot comment on this particular police investigation around a threat made to East, I want to stress how fortunate we are to be part of a community in which the police department works closely with schools to ensure the safety of the entire school community.”

The massacre in Parkland killed 17 students on Feb. 14.

Rochester Police Department Deputy Chief La’Ron Singletary told WHAM it took police days to track down the threat because it was made from a fictitious social media account.

Police found a shotgun inside the home of Hernandez on February 20, the date of her arrest.

During the investigation, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents determined Hernandez was an illegal immigrant who was in the United States under the Obama-era DACA program, according to WHAM.

The city of Rochester recently affirmed its status as a “sanctuary city,” meaning it would not share immigration information with federal authorities, according to The Democrat and Chronicle.

“She’s not right mentally — she doesn’t pick up what people say,” her mother, who asked not to be identified by name, said in Spanish to The Democrat and Chronicle. “She’s very dependent on me.”

“I’ve always told her that if you do everything right, you won’t have any trouble with the law,” she added in Spanish. “She’s not a terrorist. ... Now I’m very worried for her.”


“She’s not right mentally — she doesn’t pick up what people say,” her mother, who asked not to be identified by name, said in Spanish to The Democrat and Chronicle. “She’s very dependent on me.”

Look at the joan crawford eyebrows on that one in the 3rd picture. She's maybe 12 or 13. But that's what the kartrashians are doing so of course the little "teeny bopper", (thanks for that one mom), has to draw on the caterpillar eyebrows. Parents are letting trash like this "raise" their kids, and as we can see, they aren't fit role models.

Send her home from school and watch all hell break loose.

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