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Nicole Kelly of Queens, N.Y., is accused of smothering her 11-month-old baby because she "didn’t want him anymore," then giving him a fond Facebook farewell.

Investigators say Kelly told them she had "reached her breaking point" and didn't want her 11-month old boy anymore. And so, she did what she felt she had to.

Police say she wrapped Kiam Felix, Jr. in a sheet last Sunday so he could no longer breathe, then took a shower and methodically got rid of all her baby's things.

Perhaps feeling nostalgic, if not remorseful, Kelly also apparently posted a picture of the baby on her Facebook page with the caption "R.I.P. Tinkabutt."

According to the New York Post and PIX11, that post featured a photo of the baby's dead body; the page has since been taken down from Facebook.

Investigators haven't confirmed or denied the existence of any such photo, but the Post says that, in another Facebook post, Kelly expressed regret:

"Missing my baby boy so much wish there was some way I could bring him back to life I feel horrible knowing he passed away," she allegedly wrote.

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A vintage photo of famed director Steven Spielberg on the set of Jurassic Park went hugely viral this week, leaving many Internet users up in arms.

Because they believed Spielberg killed the creature for sport, obviously.

Steven Spielberg Kills Dinosaur

Jurassic Park, based on the Michael Crichton book of the same name, tells the story of a man who utilizes ancient dinosaur DNA to bring them back as a tourist attraction.

Needless to say:

  1. That was a bad idea in the book/movie, as those fools ran amok
  2. No actual triceratops has been sighted in 65 million years

You wouldn't know the latter if you read people's Facebook feeds this week, though, after humorist Jay Branscomb posted the photo with the caption:

"Disgraceful photo of recreational hunter happily posing next to a Triceratops he just slaughtered. Please share so the world can name and shame this despicable man."

Cue the online furor from people not realizing he's kidding, or that dinosaurs went extinct a while back. Maybe Kendall Jones is still fresh in their minds?

The rant pasted onto the photo above says it all. As do these people:

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Facebook has allowed the "Kill Kendall Jones" community page to stay up, ruling upon review that it does not violate the social network's community standards.

This despite the fact that several of the now-infamous Kendall Jones hunting photos were taken down for violating the company's policies regarding animal abuse.

Kendall Jones Image

The 19-year-old cheerleader from Texas, an avid hunter, sparked plenty of outrage and admiration by posing with her trophy kills (see gallery below) last week.

Facebook nixed a series of photos that showed her posing with a variety of animals, including a leopard and a lion, that she had shot on safari in Zimbabwe.

The pictures were said to break a rule about “graphic images shared for sadistic effect or to celebrate or glorify violence,” as outlined by the company.

Many Facebook users want to Kill Kendall Jones, however, and her father is livid that such content is allowed to stay up while her pictures are not.

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Carleigh O'Connell is our new hero.

The 14-year old was recently on the receiving end of bullying from her classmates, who spray-painted “Carleigh’s Ass” on a cement block for the entire town to see.

Did Carleigh let the graffiti get her down? Did she respond to it by holing up in her room? No, quite the opposite:

Carleigh snapped a photo while posing proudly with the graffiti, posting the picture on Facebook and asking her mom to do the same.

Awesome Facebook Response

"[Carleigh] decided that she was going to be stronger than hurtful words on the concrete and that she was going to be proud of her figure," the teen's mom wrote on Facebook.

"She also told me that she feels complete sympathy for the teenagers across the country who face this everyday."

"She understands and wants all of them to find strength inside to rise above the nastiness and be empowered by who you are, how you are made and what is in your heart."

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Facebook has taken the axe to a number of Kendall Jones photos.

The 19-year old Texas Tech cheerleader has come under extreme fire online for posting images of herself squatting alongside various corpses of animals in Africa.

A petition with thousands of signatures has been passed along, urging Facebook to delete these controversial pictures.

In response to the uproar, the social media site has taken down a handful of the most offensive pictures, stating that it removes "reported content that promotes poaching of endangered species, the sale of animals for organized fight or content that includes extreme acts of animal abuse."

Kendall Jones Pictures

Jones has defended herself by saying she hasn't broken any laws and that she does not actually kill endangered animals.

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Kendall Jones is a 19-year old cheerleader at Texas Tech.

But instead of posting photos to Facebook of her and her friends drinking or practicing, the big game hunter constantly updates her profiles with shots of her prey.

Jones has taken down such African animals as  lions, tigers, buffalos, leopards and rhinos... including a threatened white rhino, of which there are only 20,000 remaining.

You can toggle through some of her more recent images here:

Kendall Jones with Dead Leopard
Kendall Jones poses here with a dead leopard. She killed it herself and posted the shot on Facebook, much to the ire of other users.

Jones wants to host a hunting show in the near future, but her prolific posting (and killing) has drawn the ire of many Facebook users.

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Nicholas Wig is officially a Dumbest Criminals Hall of Fame candidate after breaking into a house and deciding to check Facebook during the robbery.

Not on his phone, mind you, but on the computer of James Wood, whose stole cash, credit cards, a watch and phone Wig was in the process of stealing.

Then he didn't even log out! Nick is not you'd call stealthy at robbing people.

When Wood returned to find his home ransacked, "I started to panic," the Minnesota homeowner said. "Then I noticed he had pulled up his Facebook profile."

Wig's session was still in progress, so Wood posted using Wig's profile.

Saying Wig had burglarized his home, he even shared his phone number to see if someone would call with information. Wig texted him later that day.

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Women across the world already prone to swooning over Ryan Gosling were given another amazing reason to do so this weekend. Too bad it wasn't real.

On Saturday, a fake Facebook page claiming to be the actor's official page posted an emotional missive accompanied by a photo of him with a baby.

The Facebook page is not verified, but has 169,000 likes ... and 930,000 more likes on the Father’s Day post, with many fans praising the actor’s “decision.”

What was that non-decision not made by Gosling, you ask?

Ryan Gosling, Baby

“This father's day, I've decided to tell the story of how I became a father,” the post began. “This little guy was only 9 months old when I became his dad."

"His mom and I were great friends before she passed away from cancer. I promised her, I'd always look after him. So, I had decided to step up and become his dad."

"He brought me so much joy. He was my everything. 1 year after the adoption, his biological father wanted him. Of course, I put up a fight, but he won."

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Breastfeeding photos will now be allowed on your Facebook feed following considerable backlash and the #FreeTheNipple campaign designed to, well ...

The nipple has been freed. Enough said.

Gisele Bundchen Breastfeeding
Gisele Bundchen breastfeeding and getting all made up for a modeling shoot. That is some impressive multitasking right there.

Facebook's Community Standards never outright banned breastfeeding photos, but they were often removed after being reported for "nudity or pornography."

Sometime within the past few weeks, however, Facebook quietly changed their policy to explicitly permit you to post breastfeeding pictures online.

The breastfeeding policy now reads as such in the company's Q&A:

Q: Does Facebook allow photos of mothers breastfeeding?

A: Yes. We agree that breastfeeding is natural and beautiful and we're glad to know that it's important for mothers to share their experiences with others on Facebook.

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Look, we all love our grandparents.

They buy us presents. They tell us we've grown every other month. The cook for us and clean for us and shower us with unconditional love.

But they weren't exactly raise in the computer generation, let alone the Facebook generation.

So while parents have their own way of humiliating their kids on Facebook, Grandma and Grandpa often end up humiliating themselves.

They either can't see the screen well... or they aren't familiar with The Walking Dead... or they can't figure out whose alive and who has passed on.

Click around below to be reminded of why these kind-hearted senior citizens should probably sign off for good. From Facebook, that is.

THEY CAN'T SEE!
Let's just be glad this grandmother is on Facebook and not behind the wheel, we suppose.

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