Social Media makes it very easy to stay in touch and plugged in. Too easy…
Parenting has always been a hard, full-time job. With the availability of technology at our finger tips, it seemingly is getting harder.
One way to make it easier? Delete SnapChat and TikTok from your child’s device.
I agree the SnapChat filters are neat but the access/potential for trouble is too great. It is too easy for some random to connect and send a message or image. SnapChat creates a false sense of security with its auto-delete feature. With everyone having multiple devices and traveling in packs, this provides no real security.
TikTok, too. Some of the videos are cute, but many are not.
Delete the temptation. You’ll have one less thing to worry about and more time too.
Matthew Thompson is a parent and is expressing his personal opinion.
the action of leading a group of people or an organization.
Mississippi is in the headlines again. This time due to MS being the last state in the country that has the Confederate battle flag in its state flag.
There is a growing push to change the flag to something that is more representative of MS today, as opposed to thelate 1800s.
As usual, there are loud voices pro and con for any change.
However, there are meek voices in between.Our most prominent elected officials are not stating their view, but instead are saying let the people vote. This is not leadership.
We the people elected these persons as our representatives. Their job is to represent the will of the people and do what is best for MS.
While I am supportive of a change in the flag, I understand that others are not, however the task for elected officials is to do and promote what is best for all of Mississippi.
I have yet to have any answer to the question on “why keeping the current flag is best for MS?”
I’ve heard heritage vs. hate arguments. I’ve heard we already voted arguments. I’ve heard the slippery slope arguments of what’s next if it is changed, but what is deafening is any cogent, reasonable reason to maintain the current, indisputably divisive flag.
Leadership is the action of leading. It is time for our Leaders to have an opinion, back it up and do what they believe is best for all of Mississippi. Take a stand.
Matthew Thompson is a civil lawyer in Mississippi and expects elected officials to lead.
Everyone wants a good deal, myself included. However, often in life you get what you pay for!
We’ve all seen the advertisement for the $500 divorce. That could be a really good deal if everything is agreed, it’s just drafting papers and sending for entry.
But, is it a good deal when it doesn’t work? Is it a good deal when it does work, but you weren’t advised of your rights. You did not know about all of the financial and equitable relief you could have gotten.
I’ve seen agreements where the parties agreed to maintain a million dollar whole life insurance policies. They had no idea what that meant or what expense that really involved.
I’ve seen agreements that have not included the correct child support and included terms so onerous a Court would never order it otherwise.
My advice is this, if you spent more than $500 to get married, plan on spending more than $500 to get divorced.
Matthew Thompson is a civil litigation attorney in Mississippi.