No matter what social networks they use, teenagers are exposed to the same dangers. Remember that social networks are never related to the actual reality. Instead, they allow you to see what others want you to see. Unfortunately, what you see is usually far from the reality. This is one of the main minuses of online interactions. Plenty of people hide their actual identities behind some screens. At some point, the actual communication goes in the wrong direction. The same rule applies to the actual relationship. Whether you make a new friend or you talk to someone you have not seen in a while, chances are you will be introduced to a completely different person.
Newsflash: Telling the truth is “NOT” Quebec bashing, so stop it with the typical ‘pur laines’, screeching denials and outright attacks when the ‘real truth about the total mess, Quebec is today, especially when compared to the rest of the country. I do though have to agree that I never had any restaurant offer a choice of paying in cash etc… As another stated the rest of the article is spot on and ‘dysfunctional’ has to be the understatement of the decade. So your getting your knickers in a close to hysterical knot over the restaurant claim is a beyond over reaction, no? After all – compared to the real ethnic cleansing demented language loi’s forced upon the population; notwithstanding the criminal erasure of pretty much all Charter & Constitutional rights forced upon over 2 million non francos living in the Greater Montreal area – who are forced to endure grotesque discrimination and outright daily abuses etc… makes me look forward to your response when the ‘truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth’, is finally published for the world to see. :)