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Don’t Use a Nest Doorbell to Raise Your Kids

Nest recently released a new ad, and let me tell you: there are some issues with the content. So you see this teenage girl in a prom dress ring a Nest doorbell, and a teen couple walk out the front door. The two girls walk to a car, as a low robotic voice beckons the boy and proceeds to give him a fatherly speech about being a gentleman. Turns out, the voice is actually coming from the doorbell and belongs to his doctor dad who is at work at a hospital. Again, there are some issues. Read More >>

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People Should Really Stop Trying To Sell Their Kids Online

We all know that there's some seedy stuff on Craigslist. This is the internet, after all. But it's so sad that desperate parents keep trying to sell their kids through Craigslist posts and connections. Just don't do that. Read More >>

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A Mum Tried to Sell Her Three-Year-Old Son on Craigslist

A bicycle. An old jailbroken iPhone. Maybe used furniture. Some free dirt. Those are the type of things you expect to buy off Craigslist, Gumtree, Fleebay or whatever. You definitely don't expect a mum to offer up her three-year-old son on the seedy but useful classifieds website. But that's just what Stephanie Redus did. She used Craiglist to get her son adopted by a new family. Read More >>