- Nov 20, 2007
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I'm wondering how much this will hurt the younger kids? She's doing some basic algebra in grade 3, next years concepts should jump up also? Will we have a whole class of kids hobbled, or do ya'll think they are resilient enough to bounce back?
Coronavirus: 'I faked having Covid-19 on Facebook and got arrested'
"They said I had to stay overnight in the jailhouse because I had to wait for the judge to come in the next day. My anxiety was at an all-time high," Brandin says.
After a night in the cells he was released on condition of paying a $1,000 (£800) bail bond - and is now waiting for his trial to start.
"I have a bachelors of science degree in mass communications," he says. "I did it to prove how easy it is for anyone to post something online and cause panic.
"I wanted to prove that it is important for people to be educated and do their own research before assuming everything they read or hear is true.
"But because of a Facebook post I lost my job, my health benefits. I couldn't start my masters programme on time due to not having the money.
"It has put a financial burden on my entire family because they are all trying to help me pay my bills."
I don't have Facebook, probably never will, so I don't really understand its appeal. It appears to be a public/private noticeboard?
Non of my friends has it, and phone and email do fine.
I was curious as a lot of software and other companies I'm interested in have pages.
Same with the twitter thing. I did sign up to spacex feed and now get bombarded with jumk.
Guess they sell your details to others.
I don't have Facebook, probably never will, so I don't really understand its appeal.
We just got an "official" email from school, explaining to us that the planned restart of the 4th grade next week was cancelled, despite already equipping them with masks.
Here they'll stay closed for the year, with remote learning having to do it for the remainder of the school year (which usually ends around the 10th of June or so, for reference).
Important to remember there: Those antibody tests have a high false-positive rate and discovering antibodies is no indication, that people are immune to the virus.