This touching article illustrates what sexual abuse does to a person, and what you can do to help eliminate it in society.
Using fake names on Facebook, the Surveillance State, androids
By Jon Rappoport
July 23, 2013
File this one in the ever-burgeoning category of: how insane can legislators get?
Congress is now debating an update to the 1986 Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.
Turns out it’s already a misdemeanor to “exceed authorized use” of a computer, but the DOJ wants to make it a felony.
Of course, what does “exceeds authorized use” mean? Well, it means, for instance, an employee sending emails to pals while he’s at the office—because his employer has a rule against that.
In other words, the feds want to back up employers’ rules and turn them into felonies. Splendid.
“Yeah, you remember Jack, don’t you? Used to work here? One day he made an online reservation at the Wynn in Vegas, and now he’s in jail. Life is tough, keep your eyes straight ahead and…
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Sometimes, it pays to wake in the wee hours of the mornin’.
The magic of nature and history.
Today is the Summer Solstice, the longest day of the year. I made the effort to awake at 4.00 am today to visit Hilly Fields, Colchester to mark this Solstice. I suffered a series of challenging dreams where I was late, or in wrong locations, or suffered other mishaps in trying to mark the Solstice, waking up in one dream from another, wheels within wheels, the alarm woke me my relief to the real world. The dreams and my dislike for such early mornings tempted me to stay in bed.
I synchronised my watch with the time on the internet, but the internet was less helpful about the time of sunrise in Colchester, giving me three separate times, not that it really mattered since there was no megaliths in Colchester to mark the rising sun against. It seemed surreal that outside was daylight for…
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