Hopefully, The Drive is right and it's just fake news clickbait.
Would not surprise me if indeed it is actually a thing,
we are really dumb after all.
My wife is a teacher and her school is a living hell right now. Kids are stealing and destroying everything for Tik Tok. There's already been multiple arrests and charges pressed but it isnt slowing down. There has been stuff stolen from teachers and also the challenge to hit a teacher has everyone on edge.Been getting a lot of emails from the school district lately about Tik Tok challenges where kids steal bathroom products (toilet paper, liquid soap, sanitizer, etc.). Stories like this make me fear for our future
The problem is that so many kids think they will grow up and become a youtube/twitch star. The reality of that is terribly low. But thats the motivation right now. Not college or trades.I honestly have no idea the appeal behind apps like this. People are this starved for attention? Is this app not just a way for China to gain information?
You had chain of custody from start to finish.....I did this once, and it was great. Wheels were frozen to the hubs on an old Toyota Sequoia I had. Some old timer told me to back the lug nuts off a couple turns and gently bump into a curb to knock the wheels loose. Worked like a charm.
we need more trade jobs and skilled workers!!!! Not these kids with their dumb phones and stupid tiktoks!!!The problem is that so many kids think they will grow up and become a youtube/twitch star. The reality of that is terribly low. But thats the motivation right now. Not college or trades.
At what point are they liable for enabling and encouraging criminal behavior? The "kool-aid man challenge" was bad enough (extensive property damage), but this wanders into direct personal harm.TikTok is yet another social network that can't (or won't) regulate its own poisonous content.