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5-31-2009 @ 6:09PM
Too true. I understand that people do this all the time, but for something to happen like this on such a grand scale is ridiculous and I think it's safe to say that it has grown past the usual "LOOKIT IM A HAWT CHICK PAY ATENSHUN 2 ME".Admittedly, I didn't read the whole of the article when I made my first post and I only have recently read about the multiple Ferraros. I must say I am shocked at the gall of these people. Not so much in them pretending to be something they're not on the internet (we all do that, don't we? ;D) , but that fact that the first person basically stole an existing person's identity without their knowledge, and the ones who took up the reigns after that saw nothing wrong with it. How could any of them have possibly thought that stealing pictures and claiming them to be their own is alright? I stand by my opinion that the first Ferraro had some very real identity/mental problems and the next one's shared in that at least a little bit. I was on this blog not long before this happened and I noticed they had a short post about them getting a baggage claim ticket that said "1337" on it. They posted a picture and a short, humorous comment, and that was it. Well, that post was also on Techdarling, meaning not only were the Ferraros, the current one included, who spent so long trying to rationally explain all this in her post, were not only just stealing pictures of this girl, they were stealing entire posts and ideas. This is scary in that it seems like the Ferraros were slowly taking this girl's entire life. Had this never come to light, who knows how far these Ferraros would have taken this. TL;DR I really don't think any of these people who did this were mentally sound. There is no way someone would try and rationalize the using of someone else's identity like that.
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