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Remember When There Wasn't All This Hacking of Emails?

This was published earlier at Markkaplowitz.com.

I recently received a message saying that my email account “has been implicated in a security breach.”  After I calmed down and stopped pacing around with my hands in the air, asking “Why me?”, I wondered what these hackers could possibly have wanted with my emails…. 479 more words

Mark Kaplowitz

Black Friday Recap: Shopping Stats That'll Make Your Wallet Ache

Well, well, well. Thanksgiving weekend is in its final hours and most Americans are just glad to throw out the 3-day old leftover turkey and start hanging up Christmas lights. 618 more words


The Capital Region's Best Destinations For Those in the Holiday Spirit

Mr. Turkey, your time has come and gone. It is finally time for the big man, Christopher Kringle, or Santa Claus. Whatever you may call him, he is on his way. 822 more words

In The 518

More on Albany, Crossgates Mall shooting... still calling it a "false flag"...

Definition of “False flag”:

According to the U.S. Department of Defense Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms, a covert operation (also as CoveOps or covert ops) is “an operation that is so planned and executed as to conceal the identity of or permit plausible denial by the sponsor.” It is intended to create a political effect which can have implications in the military, intelligence or law enforcement arenas affecting either the internal population of a country or individuals outside of it. 398 more words


Second wave of unusually warm November weather on deck for Edmonton Tuesday

Edmontonians would be hard pressed to remember a November 3rd and 4th quite as warm as what we saw last week.

Thursday and Friday saw some of the warmest temperatures ever recorded in month of November throughout the Capital Region. 293 more words


Cultural perspective: Violence is a cultural norm in USA

 Screenshot from a True Activist online article

There’s a whole line of sociology about getting perspective on the good and bad parts of your own culture only after you have traveled elsewhere and seen a different way to approach something. 652 more words