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Have you ever linked up with someone you know on chatroulette or omegle?

I have linked up with two people on here. Name's Jimmy Wales and Nick Burkett. And they asked me for a ride. And I obliged, and they got in a car and drove around town for 20 minutes. And then asked me for a ride back to the hotel. And I obliged again. And they got in a car and drove around town for another 20 minutes. And then asked me for a ride home. And I complied, and they got in a car and drove around town for another half an hour. And then asked for my mobile phone. And I obeyed, and they got in a car and drove around town for another hour. And then put the car in gear and drove to my house. And I got in the car and drove to the end of the block, towards the center. And I rang the doorbell. And I said, Hello? And I heard, Hi, how are you doing, how are you doing? And I said, Hi, how are you? And I heard, Oh, good, here comes another one. And I said, No, sorry, I'm not going anywhere. And I hung up. And I pulled up to my house. And I got out and I looked in the mailbox, and I saw a postcard from college. I opened it, and on the front was, Hi, how are you? I opened the letter, and on the back was, Hi, how are you?

And I read, I don't understand you.

And I kept rereading that letter, and I kept rereading that line, and I kept rereading that line, and I kept rereading that line, and I kept rereading that line, and I kept rereading that line, and I couldn't seem to put it down.

And I remember looking at Jimmy and Nick and thinking, These guys. They're smart, decent people. But they're really hurting. They're hurting so much. They need to stop. This isn't funny. This isn't Omegle.

And I went home and I started researching social games, and on and on I went, Oh, my God.

And I sat there and I did research, and on and on I went, Oh, my God.

And I was just struck by the fact that this was the kind of stuff that teenagers played. You know, make out, take drugs, kill each other.

And it occurred to me that maybe this was the kind of stuff that kids needed in the real world.

So over the next few years, I went from zero to hero -- from zero to zero tolerance in four months.

And what happened over that period is, I spent a lot of time with kids. I spent a lot of time with