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Phil Logan-Kelly
Lives in Myrtle Point, OR
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She's so cute! Please reshare!
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Tell President Obama: No Secret Backdoors in our technology
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How to Protect Yourself from NSA Attacks on 1024-bit DH - https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2015/10/how-to-protect-yourself-from-nsa-attacks-1024-bit-DH this is v good: v easy to follow; recommended
In a post on Wednesday, researchers Alex Halderman and Nadia Heninger presented compelling research suggesting that the NSA has developed the capability to decrypt a large number of HTTPS, SSH, and VPN connections using an attack on common implementations of the Diffie-Hellman key exchange algorithm with 1024-bit primes.
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The reason we haven’t heard from any other intelligent life in the universe remains a perplexing problem, known as the Fermi Paradox, considering how abundant planets are thought to be. What if, though, Earth was simply incredibly early onto the scene? What if we are among the first sentient life in the universe?
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In this essay I would like to present the true origin and identity of the Arab people commonly known as "Palestinians", and the widespread myths surrounding them. This research is intended to be completely neutral and objective, based on historic and archaeological evidences as well as other ...
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Retired Two-Way radio tech now driving a school bus for fun and profit. Ham Radio KD7ZD
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I have many interests. I enjoy Ham Radio (KD7ZD), Geocaching, Bible study, photography, target shooting, hiking and swimming. I'm a reader also, mostly science fiction and adventure. I'm a Christadelphian and a member of the Langlois Ecclesia.

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Myrtle Point, OR
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Bremerton, WA - Naha, Okinawa - Topeka, KS - Harbinson Canyon, CA - Imperial Beach, CA - San Diego, CA - Stocton, CA - Toledo, OR - Logsden, OR - Siletz, OR - Bellingham, WA - Seattle, WA
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Retired Two-Way Radio tech and I drive a school bus for fun and profit.
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The pizza was mediocre at best. I asked for extra pepperoni and if that was extra then the regular pizza has very little. Skimpy on goodies and sauce. There was a lot of crust around the outside. This was the second time in this restaurant and both times I was waited on by the same guy. Both times the price quoted was to high. Both times I had to call him on it. I'm not making accusations but it does make me wonder. The guy seemed kind of grumpy.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
A few weeks ago my wife made an emergency appointment for an uncomfortable broken molar. Cost $125 and tooth not fixed. After a full exam and a cleaning we had a conference with the dentist where she proposed a $17,000 treatment program. Tooth still not fixed. My wife called the dentist's office several times for clarification on several things. Around that time my wife commented to the receptionist that she was going to get a second opinion, Shortly after making the second opinion comment, My wife got a letter from the dentist as quoted below. "Thank you for coming to our office. We want you to obtain dental care which meets your needs. Unfortunately, this letter is to let you know that we will not be able to work with you, beyond treatment we have already given you. There has been a communication gap between us which we do not seem to e able to bridge. We cannot work with the assumption that every recommended step of treatment requires several follow up phone calls to repeatedly clarify the need for that treatment. We need a higher level of trust in the doctor/patient relationship in order to give you the best care." So, we are around $550 into this dentist and my wife's broken and uncomfortable tooth is still not fixed. My wife and I have discussed our experience and have come away with the following opinions about Dr. Strong. 1. Dr. Strong is more interested in selling an expensive treatment plan than taking care of my wife's discomfort. 2. Dr. Strong is a bit arrogant in that she doesn't like to be questioned about her opinions. 3. In comparing prices online, Dr. Strong's prices seem to be higher than the norm. 4. Although Dr. Strong's staff were wonderful, Dr. Strong herself came across a bit cold. My wife did see another dentist and without prompting him, he said, "Lets take care of the broken tooth and then we'll talk about your other needs.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Fast excellent service. Friendly people.
Public - 6 years ago
reviewed 6 years ago
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Best Mexican restaurant on the southern Oregon coast. Small with about six booths and two tables. Often filled with locals and that says a lot. The food is excellent. The more common Mexican dishes, i.e. tacos, enchiladas, burritos and etc., are very good but where this restaurant shines is in the not so traditional. I think my overall favorite dish is Arroz con Pollo. "Boneless breast of chicken, sauteed in a special sauce with mushrooms, carrots and celery. Served over a bed of rice and melted Jack cheese." My wife's favorite is Camarones al Mojo de Ajo. "Prawns and mushrooms, sauteed in a sauce of butter, garlic and mild spices. Served with rice, beans and tortillas. I don't drink but my wife says their Margaritas are great. Don't order a "big" one if you're driving you might not be able to find the steering wheel. It's really big.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago