Yesterday, we wrote about an alleged burglar who allegedly logged into Facebook while robbing a house, and was caught after forgetting to log out of his account.
3 More Dumb Things A Thief Could Do On Social Media While Robbing A House
1. Log into MySpace and intentionally not log out, because, hey, you have to try to attract new MySpace followers however you can get them these days.
2. Log into LinkedIn and list a career accomplishment as successfully being a one-man home-mover who has “proactively and quietly removed large luxury items from LinkedIn connections’ homes, while adhering to strict self-imposed deadlines.”
3. Log onto Dogbook, under your neighbor’s dogs account, to totally frame your neighbor’s dog, unaware that said dog, a.k.a. “McGruff The Crime Dog,” has kept up to date on crime fighting since the 1980s even though he is over 100 in dog years, and could have retired long ago.
Categories: Law, Mildly Bad News
Most often, it’s movie stars and sports superstars who have a very high social value. A short-cut to assuming the persona of someone with a high social value is to simply pretend that you’re James Bond, Angelina Jolie or the hottest football, baseball or basketball star at the moment. Silly as it may sound, doing this gets your brain into the right mode to make you aware of how you behave differently than normal. It can be useful for being more conscious of your behavior. However, you need to have a deeper understanding of social value to be able to implement it as a permanent part of your personality. High social value is most often attractive, but not always. In this text, I will explain why …
If you would like to read more about high social value, you can access to my blog on: http://worldofinnovations.net/2014/06/28/4-secrets-of-people-with-high-social-value/