This is a reddit to discuss catfisher experiences, making excuses for your sexually abusive behaviour is against rule4. This is a reddit for catfishing victims first, if you going to spew excuses and not unpack what you did then don post here. A lot of people here were abused this way by their catfishes, we don need sexual abusers on the board posting with “oh im a creep but I love my family! (my family that doesn know about my abuser problem that would be disgusted) and my friends (that don know you a creep and may not be so close up to the point of leaving afterwards because you slimy and manipulative)”..
You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeAs you wrestle the tablets from your square eyed kids for the 10th time today, it might be reassuring to hear the king of Silicon Valley shares your worries.Bill Gates is the legendary founder of the world’s largest software firm, Microsoft a company that made him the richest man in the world.But even one of humanity’s greatest technological innovators still banned his kids from having mobiles until they were 14, forbids them at the dinner table and limits his youngest’s screen time before she goes to bed.Father to Jennifer, 20, Rory, 17, and Phoebe, 14, he admits: “We often set a time after which there is no screen time and in their case that helps them get to sleep at a reasonable hour.Bill Gates and his family (L to R) daughter Jennifer, wife Melinda, daughter phoebe, and son Rory”You’re always looking at how it can be used in a great way homework and staying in touch with friends and also where it has gotten to excess.Tell us what you thinkComment Below”We don’t have cellphones at the table when we are having a meal, we didn’t give our kids cellphones until they were 14 and they complained other kids got them earlier.”Just which phones they got is not clear possibly not those designed by his long time rival, the late Apple founder Steve Jobs?But Gates’ no nonsense approach should not be a surprise. He is famous for it. There may be 67billion to his name but there’s nothing excessive or showy about the man in the flesh.Wearing an 8 Casio watch and assuring me that he had a “very nice curry last night”, the 61 year old adds: “I’m big on pretty mainstream American hamburgers, McDonald’s, Burger King.”This is a man who, as a child growing up with his lawyer father and philanthropist mother in Seattle, Washington, read an entire collection of encyclopedias and was even sent to see a psychologist because he spent so much time in solitary contemplation.Somehow, there is not the enormous sparkle you would expect from a man making such an awe inspiring difference to our world.After dropping out of Harvard to found Microsoft with Paul Allen in 1975, he transformed personal computing.