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Hey Guys—



As you guys know, I love the NFL Draft, and thoroughly enjoyed the

first round last night.  The Dallas Cowboys took the player I wanted,
running back Ezekiel Elliot, and they will have their selection of
very good pass rushers at the top of the second round.


But the draft wasn’t fun and games for everyone.  In fact, one player

was a victim of something I’ve been warning about for a long time—
misuse of social media.


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Laremy Tunsil was not just the top ranked lineman in many mock drafts,

he was the best overall player in the draft, slotted to go very high,
even #1 overall before Tennessee traded out of the pick.


But just as the draft start, someone hacked his Twitter account,

and posted a VIDEO- yes a VIDEO- of him smoking pot while wearing
a gas mask.  No shit—you simply cannot make this stuff up.  See
for yourself here:


http://espn.go.com/nfl/draft2016/story/_/id/15423201/agent-laremy-tunsil-gas-mask-tweet-was-hacked



As a result, he slid down the draft boards to #13, costing himself

a lot of money in the process.  The video wasn’t the only reason for
his slide, but it certainly was a reason, and is a lesson in the
dangers of electronic media.


As I have long warned, whatever you put on digital media stays around

forever, and even worse, will ALWAYS be on the internet for anyone
to watch.  Pictures and videos are now just as accessible as text,
and the media desperately scans Twitter and Facebook every day for
stories.


And it’s not just the media.  Law enforcement and private investigators

(like for divorce proceedings) now START with social media, and
often end there because people often do their work for them, posting
incriminating evidence for all the world to see.


Don’t think the danger of social media doesn’t apply to you.  Idiots

with smartphones which contain video cameras are everywhere, waiting
to video you and post anything stupid you do on YouTube.  And don’t
think that stuff won’t be forwarded to potential employers, business
associates, wives, girlfriends etc. by people who have a vested
interest in disrupting those relationships.


Even worse is the potential for random misuse of social media, i.e.

someone gets drunk or high and decides under the spell of inebriation
to release something you shared in private with them.


No you shouldn’t live your life in fear of social media, and yes,

you should continue to have a hell of a lot of fun.  But be very,
very careful about who records you, photographs you, as well as
the situations you put yourself in.  Your life story is now available
to the world to replay over and over and over…make sure it is a
good one, exciting to friends, and very, very boring to those who
would do you harm.


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On with the fun…



-John Alanis

“The King of Let ‘em Come to You”


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