Tips For Getting Your Teen Owning A Computer
Big Stan, the dog from the TV show Dog the Bounty Hunter, enjoys a spot on the FBI list of most wanted dogs. He’s wanted for viciously attacking two women and he’s wanted for more, including killing his own handler. If you want to get your hands on this pup, it will take some work, but it’s well worth it.
To find out where your favorite pooch is, you can use the Internet. Use Google to start. Enter the name into the search box and run a few searches. Don’t forget the spelling of the person you’re looking for (Stan). Also check out wanted posters in your area and in other cities around the country. You might even be surprised at the number of wanted posters for Stan that are posted around the country.
Once you have a list of wanted posters of Stan, you need to familiarize yourself with all of the details about the man. That way you will be prepared when a friend or family member shows up to look for him. You might also want to join an online message board devoted to searching for wanted puppies like yours. There are many active posters who will give tips about where to find Stan. If you do decide to try your hand at posting wanted posters for Stan, here are some helpful tips.
Be polite. This might sound simple, but it is surprisingly easy to come off as rude. The goal isn’t to seem like a jerk, but it’s important to maintain a level head. If you are heading out on a wild goose chase, chances are, you will come across as jealous and suspicious. If you are heading into a potentially dangerous situation, you don’t want to come off as a danger. Remain calm and collected and let the mystery unravels.
It is very important that you are realistic about the situation. Stan is well-trained. He doesn’t normally go on dangerous adventures. If you know this, relax. Instead of obsessing over the fact that you might be going too far, consider that maybe you are just a little over-excited and are heading in the wrong direction. Try not to freak out and be overly respectful.
Most importantly, have fun. Don’t let Stan worry about people looking for him. Have fun with your search and don’t let your excitement get the best of you.
When you are actively seeking for a lost child, don’t be quick to label the person wanted. It may be easier to stop and think about it when they still appear to be healthy and in good health. Many lost child posters have funny photos of sickly children. If there are adults in the picture, they probably aren’t wanted either. Stereotyping people is often very hard to do when it comes to online classified ads.
If you can, have a nice relaxing day. Let yourself enjoy the experience and the fact that you are trying to locate Stan. If you can, bring along a friend, family member, or a pet. This will help you feel better during your search.
You don’t have to follow-up every hour. The longer you wait, the less likely Stan is to be found. You should plan on sending one or two messages per day. This gives the person time to reply and you get a chance to write back as well. Don’t try and send too many messages.
If at all possible, write down the persons’ name, address, phone number and any other information that might be useful. Keep in mind that you don’t have to reveal your exact location if you don’t want to. However, you should include your exact location. This allows Stan to be located faster if he does show up at your place. Write down where he was last seen and his current location.
When writing down his location, be sure to write down all of the roads he is familiar with. Be specific about the roads he is driving on. If you are unfamiliar with the town, Stan is probably very anxious to be found and this is understandable. Give him the exact directions to your home or work. Tell him exactly where you live and work.
Give Stan some space. He needs to feel safe and not think that you are abandoning him. Make sure to call him daily, but only to update you on where he is and when he will be home. Never let him stay alone when you are not at home. This will help you figure out where he is and helps you begin to feel comfortable knowing where he is.