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Social networking pitfalls warning given to council

January 17, 2013

STEUBENVILLE — A Cleveland-based workplace consultant warned the Jefferson County Safety Council Wednesday of the pitfalls of social networking, saying the community is seeing firsthand how quickly......

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Jan-18-13 7:44 AM

$75K for some jabrone to tell folks to cover up via internet! Mebe u need to work on potoles, weed filled sidewalks, drugs, assaults....and yea......rape counselling! Wat a group of nuckle draggers....kinda like nut on Dr P. yesterday, defending rapists and bystanders to rape! Town keeps getting weirder and weirder...laffing stock of state, country and now, world......congrats steubenville - u finally got publicity u always desired.

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Jan-17-13 10:29 PM

Spanky has hit the nail right on the head.

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Jan-17-13 10:14 PM

Well, DUH! My opinion, I think the City of Steubenville creating that website was a colossal waste of time, energy and money. All the has to do is remain neutral and refuse to comment on an ongoing legal investigation. The city has nothing to do with the legal aspect so why say anything at all? I have never really had an opinion of the people of Steubenville. Why should I have an opinion? I don't judge my fellow human beings. And to tell you the truth, I don't think the people of the world are judging them either. This entire story is not about the people of Steubenville, this story is about a young girl being raped. She deserves justice! It somehow has turned into a disgusting pity party for some punks who did nothing, some punks who did do something, and a bunch of whiny people who think its about them!

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Jan-17-13 7:11 PM

"You need to be prepared in the future, use it as a learning lesson," he said. "If someone starts posting negative (comments) online, be prepared to respond."

Yeah, let's not work to prevent future rapes by Big Red athletes by tough policies in the program, let's learn how to manage the fall-out regarding future rapes on social media.

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Jan-17-13 2:41 PM

NOW they have someone tell them this? How about educating how rape is wrong to students in an educational setting. That would have been more worth the money that Steubenville doesn't have. Everything you are doing is wrong,don't you see?

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Jan-17-13 2:29 PM

How much did the city pay this guy? I was pretty sure the city was in a dire financial state? I could have told them the same exact things about social networks and the internet for free.

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