This woman loves The Rock, but as a lady who lives her life by the good book, his ‘body markings’ trouble her. Beliefs are important, and this lady wants him to know that. Absolutely nobody asked her but that did not stop her from commenting what was on her mind either way.
Just one of the hazards of making Facebook something people anywhere and everywhere can use. For free. The good thing about it, though, is that other people on Facebook also have the liberty to call her out on some double standards. Along came this Facebook user and gave her a little bit of her own medicine. Yikes.
Fly Your Flag
Stephanie wanted to show her patriotism by calling out Ikea on their flag-hanging manners. Ikea might be Swedish, but this is America, people, and they have to know that. Hanging both flags at the same height? As if they are somehow equal? What kind of blasphemy is this?
Well, turns out that it is the legal kind, as the Swedish furniture giant was happy to point out. And also, the non-offensive if you ask us, but not if you ask Stephanie. Unfortunately for Stephanie, this wasn't any shade-throwing on Swedens's part; this is just the law between two friendly nations.
When it comes to space innovation, America has often been one of the leaders in the game. As this post indicates, when Russia had its stab at it, their attitude was a little different and, ultimately, pretty damn smart. Too bad the post was just plain wrong and misinforming.
We are not saying that the Russians weren't smart, we are just saying that this pencil saga just didn't happen. But what internet trolls don't know is that there's really a whole complex history as to why the space pen was created in the first place. Thankfully this user put it out there and educated everyone.
You Have 30 Seconds
Nowadays, hackers can work their way into just about anything. Especially now that everything we use has internet access. Not only can computers be hacked, but so can phones, cars, smartwatches, and even some refrigerators! Surely some dude's iPhone is no biggie for this tech genius. We're not really sure about why, but this hacker was set out to destroy.
Luckily, the "victim" didn't flinch and calmly tested the supposed hacker until more than thirty seconds passed. It looks like it worked. If not, that hacker probably has some sweet pics of cute pigeons. Lord knows we could all use some cute pigeons.
This woman has become the poster kid for weight-loss success. Unfortunately, countless random weight-loss companies are trying to cash in on that and use her photo without her permission. Posting this picture online was probably both a blessing and a curse for her.
A blessing since she probably inspired many others to switch to a healthier lifestyle, and a curse because other entities use it without getting her consent first. And boy is consent important. If others are publically posting her photo, she can publically call them out (or even sue), which is exactly what happened here. Hopefully, they got the message.