Very rarely was anything of substance shared there and more or less, everyone had the same opportunity to meet and connect with others.
The interactions were unique because of the anonymity given by using My Space.
On Saturday, Seattle police say three adult body parts — including a foot — were found in a homeowner's recycling bin in Seattle's Central District just after 4 p.m.
Investigators later identified the remains as being those of Lyne.
More often then not, that person making the first move is the man.
That's not to say women can't make interaction happen. Put it in your mind that that is something you need to do.
The coroner’s office was working to confirm the remains were hers.
Lyne, 40, was reported missing from her Renton home on Saturday morning after her ex-husband arrived with their children and she wasn’t home.
A King County judge ordered John Robert Charlton held on million bail and prosecutors said he could face a second-degree murder charge later this week.Charlton is expected to make his first court appearance Monday afternoon at the King County Jail. We expect to learn much more about the case at that time, including the full extent of the evidence police have against him.Prosecutors will then decide what charges he may face. Charlton did speak with investigators after his arrest and part of that interview could shed light on how the crime unfolded.SEATTLE -- Police Chief Kathleen O'Toole said Monday investigators identified human remains found in a resident's recycling bin on Saturday as those of a missing Renton mother of three who vanished Friday night after going out with a man she initially met through a dating site.Ingrid Lyne had been missing since going on a date to the Seattle Mariners home opener Friday night, authorities told Q13 News.