Shoo Fly Fly

This is a very interesting read. We can all attest to trying to swat a fly and failing most times. This story explains just why it’s so difficult. The fly has the advantage over us! Swat, or click on the little bugger below to learn why it’s so hard to swat him!_97824076_c0069493-housefly-spl

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Death of a hoaxer?

Is it actually true or another one of his hoaxes? That’s the trouble with so many fake news and satire sites, it’s hard to believe what is real anymore. Even when a story appears totally legitimate, you question its authenticity.

While I wouldn’t wish the death of anyone, if he was that prolific at spreading hoaxes, maybe the internet will see a noticeable reduction for a while.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-41422827

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Don’t Make The Same Mythstakes

We all know someone that continues to fall for hoax after hoax. Facebook will start charging you, like-farming pages, false celebrity deaths and more. Here are a few of the big ones that just will not go away. How many of them have you seen?

http://www.thatsnonsense.com/6-internet-hoaxes-just-wont-go-away/

 

 

 

No such thing as a free RV, flight, holiday…

Big companies such as British Airways, Air Canada, Tesco, Disney etc. do not go around giving free things to every single person to celebrate something. That’s a “too good to be true” thing and should immediately raise concerns.

DO NOT CLICK LIKE. DO NOT CLICK SHARE. DO NOT THINK ‘OH JUST IN CASE IT MIGHT BE TRUE’.

At the very least you will look a bit silly and you might have friends like me who are more than happy to tell you off for doing it. Worst? Facebook could shut down your account for sharing spam posts and the people behind these posts could steal your personal details.

If you see any of your friends doing this, give them a virtual smack around the head and tell them to read this story:

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/free-spam-scam-facebook-1.4285985