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In LA, Watching Home Team's Ball Games Just Got More Complicated http://n.pr/1dDV3S3 don't mess with people's sports. That'll end you cable.
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Oscar Pistorius may not have achieved all of his goals competitively, but his inspirational story captured the attention of the world. Not only was he becoming successful financially, but he also had a smart & successful woman at his side. The future…
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+The Generation Why Podcast  will be covering supplements and vitamins in the next month in great detail. Thank you for sharing such great information!
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Lost Colony of Roanoke. In 1585, England was looking to establish a colony in the new world. Try as they might, though, things weren’t working out. First, over 100 men barely made it 10 months before leaving without authorization with Sir Francis Drake.…
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Encryption can block outsiders, including your email provider, from reading your messages. How to set it up: http://popme.ch/6261e8lJ #privacy
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This is a great subject; unfortunately the PopSci article has nothing to say on the subject beyond what's quoted in the blurb there.

There are two ways to encrypt email (well, for the purposes of this comment, anyway): S/MIME and PGP.

PGP (preferably GPG) is great for encrypting and signing cleartext through media that don't otherwise support encryption -- you can send ASCII-armorered cipher text through email, IM, etc.The PKI is a decentralized web of trust, but it's not particularly easy to use or transparent. Commercial products like PGP blast plugins all over the place to smooth the learning curve. There are probably decent browser extensions to facilitate GPG operations in webmails.

S/MIME is ideal when you're using a dedicated email client that supports it. Based on X.509 certificates (like SSL) and implemented as a feature in mail clients, signing and encrypting messages is as easy as pressing a button or setting a default. Not great for the super-paranoid since most of the complexity is hidden from the end user. The PKI is the familiar trusted-root hierarchy, though self-signed certificates are common. 

All cases of email encryption are dependent on secure key exchange and diligence. Historically, it's been tough to get buy-in from interlocutors for message encryption. Even today I doubt many people really care, and the password-protected PDF is still probably the most common message security in use.
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 "We live in a society where lawyers charge so much it’s cheaper to plead guilty"  Charles Bukowski

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Not happy. during an ice storm, wife did some donuts down an off ramp until finally taking off the front bumper on a concrete barrier. Safeco's roadside assistance never showed up. They kept calling saying they were on the way for almost 2 days. Got another tow to take it to the repair shop Safeco advised me to take it to. Cable Dahmer Collision Center was the choice Safeco gave me. I've never had body work done before and didn't know where to take it so I let Cable Dahmer do the repairs. After the accident one of the tires was completely flat, horn didn't work and windshield sprayers stopped working. Two weeks with my car Cable Dahmer finally finishes. Same tire goes flat after a day and wife is stranded on the side of the road. I get the car back to Cable Dahmer I asked if they replaced the tire? "No it didn't have a leak so we put air in it." I bring the car back and tell them they need to replace the tire. I get some story about needing to get my insurance to sign off on it and my adjuster is out of the office. I say just replace the tire and pay $100 out of pocket for a brand new tire. I ask about the horn and windshield sprayers, they say the insurance company won't cover it. Whatever, I pay for a new tire and leave. BRAND NEW TIRE goes flat after a day leaving my wife stranded in midtown in -2 degree weather. Again, roadside assistance is no where to be found so I drive out and replace the tire in -2 degree temps myself. I call my insurance company and they say Cable Dahmer told them these items were not related to the accident so they won't cover it. I call Cable and they say the insurance won't cover it. So instead of calling them liars I can just assume they're working in cahoots to take me for every dime I have. I call Safeco back and pretty much cuss them out and keep calling back until they finally give the go for the tire. I take the car back to Cable (I don't want to but Safeco says they're the ones not doing the work correctly so I have to take it back there) and they figure out that the valve stem is leaking and replace it. Don't offer me anything (not even an apology) for the tire I just bought outright for no apparent reason. I take the car to my mechanic for a second opinion. He says not much can go wrong with a tire and if it doesn't have a leak then either the rim is bent (which is obvious) or the stem needs to be replaced. Cable Dahmer can't even troubleshoot the most basic item on the car. My mechanic says the windshield sprayers have been disconnected and not frozen over as Cable claimed. He also says the horn (a $25 repair) was absolutely caused by the accident or repairs done afterwords. I'll be writing another review for Safeco (insurance company) and all their flaws in this simple matter also.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
not happy. during an ice storm, wife did some donuts down an off ramp until finally taking off the front bumper on a concrete barrier. Cable Dahmer was the only choice Safeco gave me. I've never had body work done before and didn't know where to take it so I let Cable do the repairs. After the accident one of the tires was completely flat, horn didn't work and windshield sprayers stopped working. Two weeks with my car they gave it back. Same tire goes flat after a day and wife is stranded on the side of the road. I get the car back to Cable Dahmer I asked if they replaced the tire? "No it didn't have a leak so we put air in it." I bring the car back and tell them they need to replace the tire. I get some story about needing to get my insurance to sign off on it and my adjuster is out of the office. I say just replace the tire and pay $100 out of pocket for a brand new tire. I ask about the horn and windshield sprayers, they say the insurance company won't cover it. Whatever, I pay for a new tire and leave. BRAND NEW TIRE goes flat after a day leaving my wife stranded in midtown in -2 degree weather. I call my insurance company and they say Cable Dahmer told them these items were not related to the accident so they won't cover it. I call Cable and they say the insurance won't cover it? So instead of calling them liars I can just assume they're working in cahoots to take me for every dime I have. I call Safeco back and pretty much cuss them out and keep calling back until they finally give the go for the tire. I take the car back to Cable (I don't want to but Safeco says they're the ones not doing the work correctly so I have to take it back there) and they figure out that the valve stem is leaking and replace it. Don't offer me anything (not even an apology) for the tire I just bought outright for no apparent reason. I take the car to my mechanic for a second opinion. He says not much can go wrong with a tire and if it doesn't have a leak then either the rim is bent (which is obvious) or the stem needs to be replaced. Cable Dahmer can't even troubleshoot the most basic item on the car. My mechanic says the windshield sprayers have been disconnected and not frozen over as Cable claimed. He also says the horn (a $25 repair) was absolutely caused by the accident or repairs done afterwords. I'll be writing another review for Safeco (insurance company) and all their flaws in this simple matter also.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Name Cheap likes to hi-jack small business websites and hold them hostage. They tried to extort money from my wife's business after her business site mysteriously was taken down. She had never hosted through them or even heard of them. now we're in a fight to get our business site back. I've asked for 2 forms of id, SN# and utility bills. None seem to satisfy them because we keep blacking out the SN# off of everything we send. They claim they can't read the name on the ID yet we paid fedex store to copy and send for us. This place is the worst of the worst.
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Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
I'm not seeing any deals here. Most of the USED cars are priced higher then new ones from the dealership. I don't get it.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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The two wonderful ladies behind the counter assist you with all the stretching equipment and exercises. Dr. Meylor is always smiling and extremely professional. I'm sure I ask him stupid/annoying questions and he takes time to answer everything thoroughly. My issues are not as bad as some but so far I'm feeling improvement in my posture. Scheduling is flexible and they usually can get you in quickly!
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
the waiting room was slammed with people. Even so they were able to get my wife in through an exam and x-ray within 3 hours. They apologized for the wait and I thought to myself, what wait? Any other hospital would've been 3 hours in the waiting room not 3 hours for the entire visit with resolution!!!
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
My back feels like a bag of nuts and bolts. When I roll my shoulders I sound a bowl of rice crispies, snap crackle pop. Kindra specializes in trigger points and isn't afraid to use her elbows. I pointed out my issue and she pulled and pushed deep into my back until I got full range of motion. She blends athletic, therapeutic and chiropractic techniques which is something i've never experienced in my many years of receiving massages. Highly recommended.
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reviewed a year ago