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MySpace No Place For Debauchery

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Politics may make strange bedfellows, but when they stray into a MySpace profile where a politico makes ill-advised statements, lots of people will want to see under the sheets.

MySpace profiles with a little too much information have been the downfall of a number of people who discovered that yes, a lot of people read stuff on the Internet, and remember it.

If your MySpace page defines you as a ‘wild debaucher’, you should probably be a college student and not executive director of Arizona’s state fingerprinting agency.

An AP report on Dennis Seavers said his MySpace profile contained some questionable content, where he stated his less than ‘for the public good’ outlook on life:

Seavers’ MySpace.com web page said he lived “a quiet daytime life as a state employee” but that his friends knew him “as wild debauchery, interested in self-promotion and enrichment. And by enrichment, I mean money. None of this self-esteem crap. Though afflicted by dipsomania, I stroll through crowds under the guise of sobriety. I volunteer as a Big Brother, only to indoctrinate children in the gothic splendors of lawlessness.”

“It’s exactly the opposite of me as a person,” Seavers said in the report. “If I had known that the public would see it, I never would have done it.”

MySpace No Place For Debauchery
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