The class-action lawsuit, which was first reported by TMZ, was filed on behalf of John Baker Orange who alleges that someone hacked into his Ring system and began making comments to his kids, even going so far as to encourage his children to get closer to the home security cameras.
Earlier in December 2019, a woman went viral when she shared what happened to her car while it was parked in the parking lot of a local Kroger. According to the woman, when she walked out of the grocery store, she discovered a long black zip tie tied to the handle of her car door. Understandably, the zip tie caught her attention. And since she’s “been warned about anything foreign” being attached to cars in the past, the woman did what she was told to do. She walked passed her truck and sought help. YOU MAY ALSO LIKE: WATCH: Doctor Raps About Car Seat Safety in Hilarious ‘Baby Got Back’ Parody What Do Strange Zip Ties Found on Your Vehicle Really Mean? The woman explained, “[I] immediately went into the Kroger office asking if anyone knew why a big, black, zip tie would be attached to my truck. They looked puzzled. So I called the police. They told me to stay in the store until the police arrived.” While waiting in the store, the woman says Kroger personnel began “googling” what a zip tie on her car could mean. They reportedly discovered that the zip tie could indication a “human …
My son wants a little trampoline for Christmas – he’s 3. I’m afraid it will hurt his knees jumping all the time, reading on Google it seems fine.. any of your littles have one and had complaints about their knees? Anonymous Community MemberThis question was asked by a Facebook community member who has asked to remain anonymous.
Our hearts go out to one couple in Mandan, North Dakota who experienced a tragic loss. After seven years of infertility, Rachel and Ryne Jungling were thrilled to learn that they were expecting twins in 2017. Rachel gave birth to the beautiful babies, Anders and Linnea. Just 11 months later a heartbreaking tragedy occurred when baby boy Anders suddenly passed away while napping in his car seat.
I’ve been married for four years, and it’s been a toxic relationship, and we have a two-year-old son. A few nights ago, we got into a fight, and it became physical, and he was threatening to kill all my family members and me. The fight started because I came home from work and my son was on the toilet because my husband was trying to get him to go to the bathroom and my son was on the toilet for a couple of minutes just crying, and I said to my husband maybe he doesn’t need to poop. My husband got mad at me for this, and I yelled at him, and that pissed him off, and when I went to get my son of the toilet, he shoved me out of the way with his shoulder. I took my son after that and put him in our bedroom with the tv on and shut the door, and went into the living room to talk to my husband. He was angry and not listening to what I was trying to say, so I have up and went into our room, and he followed me in and started yelling at me …
My youngest is 13. I’m a single mom, so phones are a requirement since I work full time. Yesterday it came to light she and her friends have been sexting with supposed teens. Turns out one particular who was going by Sam, is a married man in Alabama!! How do I make her understand people are evil? What’s the scared straight tactic for teens who just seek attention for social acceptance? Anonymous Community MemberThis question was asked by a Facebook community member who has asked to remain anonymous.
I need some help.. my five year old daughter was sexually assaulted by another classmate at school this week. The school is making light of it because the kid that did it is five, as well. I just want to know what other people think about it. Am I crazy for wanting him to be held accountable for his actions and not just get a slap on the wrist? I do understand he could be going through certain circumstances at home, but I just feel like it should just be brushed under the rug because he is 5. If this situation isn’t tough enough already, I’m six months pregnant as well, so my emotions are going crazy, and the help and counseling isn’t coming quick enough for my daughter and myself. Anonymous Community MemberThis question was asked by a Facebook community member who has asked to remain anonymous.