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My brush with fame? Nope, but there I was quite near the

gal that melted the Wicked Witch. Nowadays it's the fad

to call such an experience a "closure."

Since when does Shirley Temple (Black) = Judy Garland??? I sort of prefered ST myself, but back then I was younger by quite a bit.

Hmmm...sounds like Harmon's "closure" has come unzipped... :laughing: :laughing: :laughing:

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My brush with fame? Nope, but there I was quite near the

gal that melted the Wicked Witch. Nowadays it's the fad

to call such an experience a "closure."

Since when does Shirley Temple (Black) = Judy Garland??? I sort of prefered ST myself, but back then I was younger by quite a bit.

Hmmm...sounds like Harmon's "closure" has come unzipped... :laughing: :laughing: :laughing:

O my, now there's a Photoshop challenge!

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My brush with fame? Nope, but there I was quite near the

gal that melted the Wicked Witch. Nowadays it's the fad

to call such an experience a "closure."

Since when does Shirley Temple (Black) = Judy Garland??? I sort of prefered ST myself, but back then I was younger by quite a bit.

Hmmm...sounds like Harmon's "closure" has come unzipped... :laughing: :laughing: :laughing:

O my, now there's a Photoshop challenge!

:o:blink::shocked::surprise:

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Wow! look what came in the mail today ...

 

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The cover title is "Happy New Decade," just imagine, a major

publication that comprehends that Centuries and Decades begin

on the first day of year-numbers ending with a '1' rather than

a '0.' I so hope that the knowledge spreads to other media that

insist on celebrating a year too soon for some idiotic reason.

 

Yes indeed, happy new decade!

 

Decadunces

 

Harmon

SD Rowdies

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Good eye for detail, well done...

 

...I can also say with certainty that the facts

in my little tale are completely true because

I wrote them myself. In this case, point

being that Shirley Temple is the closest I

ever got to Judy Garland; if y' get my drift.

 

Love it,

Harmon

 

For some reason or other, I did some more research on the subject...

I'm a compulsive when it comes to things working or not...

 

I will stand by my original post... but for your benefit, and to smooth things a bit with

your friends... (zip) Take a look at this I found. You have to scroll down a bit on that site or search insite.

 

Shirley Temples TV Show

 

Seems she was at least a major character from the F.L.Baum stories.

 

Doug 7rxc

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Good eye for detail, well done...

 

...I can also say with certainty that the facts

in my little tale are completely true because

I wrote them myself. In this case, point

being that Shirley Temple is the closest I

ever got to Judy Garland; if y' get my drift.

 

Love it,

Harmon

 

For some reason or other, I did some more research on the subject...

I'm a compulsive when it comes to things working or not...

 

I will stand by my original post... but for your benefit, and to smooth things a bit with

your friends... (zip) Take a look at this I found. You have to scroll down a bit on that site or search insite.

 

Shirley Temples TV Show

 

Seems she was at least a major character from the F.L.Baum stories.

 

Doug 7rxc

Thanks pal, but there's no smoothing things out with my friends.

All of my friends have my number for some reason that I fail to

understand.

 

Just to cloudy the Oz waters a bit ... I have a very faint

recollection that Shirley Temple was considered a possible

candidate for the role of Dorothy. Admittedly my recollection

seems a bit weak due to Shirley Temples age at the time that

the Oz characters were cast.

 

At any rate, thanks for your support. If one reads carefully

back through my posts on this thread one will find that I

often assert suspicious facts. Point is that it's one way of

discovering how well my friends read my T.B.S.

 

Harmon

SD Rowdies

 

Not to mention any names.

 

Note: Doubters post apologies on this thread ... LLOT in particular.

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This just in ...

 

Off duty

 

WWOTOIB?

 

Is that you waving the fabric behind her, Harmon? :laughing:

Kind of cool!

Thank goodness, I thought it was just me. I'm so glad that you

can see undulations too. I have been worried that I'm suffering

from too many of Jodi's "Harmon" hides.

 

Just the other day I was scoring one of her recent "Harmon" hides

when, all of a sudden, I noticed that the container turned into a

pooper-can. A young person like yourself wouldn't appreciate why

seeing a toilet would be a problem for an old guy. Do allow me to

explain it with a lifelong question I've always had.

 

Question is, how does your bladder know that you are almost home

and that the entry door is locked? Must be that a bladder has

access to our eyeballs, yes? If so then this phenomenon also

explains why old people have to pee when the see or even think of

nearby venues for the act of relief. I appeal to you and to any

other right-thinkig Forum reader to 'splain this issue to me.

 

On the other hand the image in question is a product of Photoshop

trickery akin to a 3D stereogram image that went bad. Couldn't

help thinking of Jodi when regarding that image 'cause that ol'

gal always makes me weird. Well, you know, weirder than usual.

 

Thanks for noticing and for sayin' so,

Harmon

SD Rowdies

 

Note to Self: Hmm, should I post that image of Lulu499 and RocketMan coming out of the same public toilet?

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This just in ...

 

Keep it under your hat!

 

Actually, maybe we are in Kansas Todo.

 

What the.....???? :laughing::laughing:

Whoa!

THIS sure did bring back memories for me. I kept having to ask myself, "Which would I prefer right now? A groping? or to have one of these images made of me (that may or may not be deleted ... but CAN be deleted)." Hmmm. I figured I'd prefer the groping option, but I can see why ol' Harmon would like his pic taken. Thanks for sharing, ol' buddy!

 

I went through the TSA security 6 times in the past few weeks, and I only got groped once! It wasn't even close to the thrill of finding a geocache either ... quite disappointing, if I do say so. I'd get all ready, cha cha dress n' all, and then ... they'd just flag me on by to go pick up my shoes. It just ain't right.

 

<_< boysnbarrie

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This just in ...

 

Keep it under your hat!

 

Actually, maybe we are in Kansas Todo.

 

What the.....???? :laughing::laughing:

Whoa!

THIS sure did bring back memories for me. I kept having to ask myself, "Which would I prefer right now? A groping? or to have one of these images made of me (that may or may not be deleted ... but CAN be deleted)." Hmmm. I figured I'd prefer the groping option, but I can see why ol' Harmon would like his pic taken. Thanks for sharing, ol' buddy!

 

I went through the TSA security 6 times in the past few weeks, and I only got groped once! It wasn't even close to the thrill of finding a geocache either ... quite disappointing, if I do say so. I'd get all ready, cha cha dress n' all, and then ... they'd just flag me on by to go pick up my shoes. It just ain't right.

 

<_< boysnbarrie

Hey Barrie,

 

Where you been? I've been all worried about your

absence on the Forum; no wait, you went over to

Facebook, huh?

 

Poor ol' Harmon

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I kept having to ask myself, "Which would I prefer right now? A groping? or to have one of these images made of me (that may or may not be deleted ... but CAN be deleted)."

Be careful of what you ask for. As you can see, I got both...

Now James,

 

Imaged? Yes.

 

Groped? No ... technically you've been fangered.

 

Harmon

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This just in ...

 

Keep it under your hat!

 

Actually, maybe we are in Kansas Todo.

 

What the.....???? :laughing::laughing:

Whoa!

THIS sure did bring back memories for me. I kept having to ask myself, "Which would I prefer right now? A groping? or to have one of these images made of me (that may or may not be deleted ... but CAN be deleted)." Hmmm. I figured I'd prefer the groping option, but I can see why ol' Harmon would like his pic taken. Thanks for sharing, ol' buddy!

 

I went through the TSA security 6 times in the past few weeks, and I only got groped once! It wasn't even close to the thrill of finding a geocache either ... quite disappointing, if I do say so. I'd get all ready, cha cha dress n' all, and then ... they'd just flag me on by to go pick up my shoes. It just ain't right.

 

<_< boysnbarrie

Hey Barrie,

 

Where you been? I've been all worried about your

absence on the Forum; no wait, you went over to

Facebook, huh?

 

Poor ol' Harmon

Hey Ol' Buddy!

 

Where have I been, eh? Well ... suffice it to say that the past few months have been full of difficult times for me. I lost a very dear friend in September, and I'm not sure I've recovered from that yet. After my friend died, I kept getting hit with more of life's woes, literally one thing after another. The snowball kept getting bigger as more troubles came my way, and I became overwhelmed by it all. My spirits were pretty low during the Autumn months ... I was a very blue Barrie.

 

My sister took me away to Yosemite to celebrate my 50th birthday in late December ... it was my very first trip there. We attended the Bracebridge Dinner, all decked out in formal attire, at the Ahwahnee. On my birthday, we hiked to Yosemite Falls while it was snowing, and I sensed my spirits lifted. Something about being out there, surrounded by such incredible beauty, seemed to have helped me out of my sadness.

 

My birthday trip to Yosemite

 

I do access facebook often, this is true. It's just easier for me to do so on my iPhone than it is to get onto the forums and post. I'm sorry I've been absent ... but I honestly wasn't very good company there for quite awhile. So ... ya missed me, eh? Likewise. I wonder if this would be a good time to tell you that I've been working on something special - just for you?

 

I've missed you, ol' buddy.

:) Barrie

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This just in ...

 

Keep it under your hat!

 

Actually, maybe we are in Kansas Todo.

 

What the.....???? :laughing::laughing:

Whoa!

THIS sure did bring back memories for me. I kept having to ask myself, "Which would I prefer right now? A groping? or to have one of these images made of me (that may or may not be deleted ... but CAN be deleted)." Hmmm. I figured I'd prefer the groping option, but I can see why ol' Harmon would like his pic taken. Thanks for sharing, ol' buddy!

 

I went through the TSA security 6 times in the past few weeks, and I only got groped once! It wasn't even close to the thrill of finding a geocache either ... quite disappointing, if I do say so. I'd get all ready, cha cha dress n' all, and then ... they'd just flag me on by to go pick up my shoes. It just ain't right.

 

<_< boysnbarrie

Hey Barrie,

 

Where you been? I've been all worried about your

absence on the Forum; no wait, you went over to

Facebook, huh?

 

Poor ol' Harmon

Hey Ol' Buddy!

 

Where have I been, eh? Well ... suffice it to say that the past few months have been full of difficult times for me. I lost a very dear friend in September, and I'm not sure I've recovered from that yet. After my friend died, I kept getting hit with more of life's woes, literally one thing after another. The snowball kept getting bigger as more troubles came my way, and I became overwhelmed by it all. My spirits were pretty low during the Autumn months ... I was a very blue Barrie.

 

My sister took me away to Yosemite to celebrate my 50th birthday in late December ... it was my very first trip there. We attended the Bracebridge Dinner, all decked out in formal attire, at the Ahwahnee. On my birthday, we hiked to Yosemite Falls while it was snowing, and I sensed my spirits lifted. Something about being out there, surrounded by such incredible beauty, seemed to have helped me out of my sadness.

 

My birthday trip to Yosemite

 

I do access facebook often, this is true. It's just easier for me to do so on my iPhone than it is to get onto the forums and post. I'm sorry I've been absent ... but I honestly wasn't very good company there for quite awhile. So ... ya missed me, eh? Likewise. I wonder if this would be a good time to tell you that I've been working on something special - just for you?

 

I've missed you, ol' buddy.

:) Barrie

See, I just knew it ... nothin' worse than silence from

a fiesty lady like you. So sorry for the troubles but

put them behind you now as best you can. That trip to

Yosemite was a really good start.

 

Dang, that fancy dress is a killer on you ... that black

number and your Cha-Cha dress are mahvelous.

 

Somethin' special just for me? Dang, I'm goin' to go outside

and roll around in th' autumn leaves ... I feel good!

 

Your pal,

Harmon

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Awww, thank you for the kind words. I was sort of expecting you to make some funny crack about the picture of me with the new man in my life. Thanks for holding back on that ... I know he's a tad short, and somewhat balding, but we really did hit it off.

 

Yes, you're quite right ... Yosemite was a really good start. Harmon, I think I'm going to try another trip now! Yeah, I'm going to go to another place where :o I've never been.

 

Packin' her bag ...

Barrie

aka: boysnbarrie

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Awww, thank you for the kind words. I was sort of expecting you to make some funny crack about the picture of me with the new man in my life. Thanks for holding back on that ... I know he's a tad short, and somewhat balding, but we really did hit it off.

 

Yes, you're quite right ... Yosemite was a really good start. Harmon, I think I'm going to try another trip now! Yeah, I'm going to go to another place where :o I've never been.

 

Packin' her bag ...

Barrie

aka: boysnbarrie

 

Barrie glad to hear things are turning around! Got to agree with Ol Harmon you're looking quite stunning all decked out and that huge smile.

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This just in ...

 

Who's in Wonderland?

 

Scawy!

 

You know, someone has to make that costume for him before the next fall camp out.

Calling for costumes are we? ... and you, the Lollypop Kid!

 

Sounds like another FlagMan-event to me.

 

Just image this gang of desperados as Munchkins!

 

If someone makes that I'll wear it for the raffle next fall! My wife excluded.

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This just in ...

 

Who's in Wonderland?

 

Scawy!

 

You know, someone has to make that costume for him before the next fall camp out.

Calling for costumes are we? ... and you, the Lollypop Kid!

 

Sounds like another FlagMan-event to me.

 

Just image this gang of desperados as Munchkins!

 

If someone makes that I'll wear it for the raffle next fall! My wife excluded.

Make one? What did you do with the one you

had in your Jeep that dau on Otay mOUNTAIN?

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This just in ...

 

Who's in Wonderland?

 

Scawy!

 

You know, someone has to make that costume for him before the next fall camp out.

Calling for costumes are we? ... and you, the Lollypop Kid!

 

Sounds like another FlagMan-event to me.

 

Just image this gang of desperados as Munchkins!

LOL! I've been called many things, but never a Munchkin! :laughing:

Hey everybody ... did she just ask for it or what?

 

Lost Munchkin Clan

 

No, wait, there ain't no "everybody" on th' Forum

any more is there?.

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This just in ...

 

Who's in Wonderland?

 

Scawy!

 

You know, someone has to make that costume for him before the next fall camp out.

Calling for costumes are we? ... and you, the Lollypop Kid!

 

Sounds like another FlagMan-event to me.

 

Just image this gang of desperados as Munchkins!

LOL! I've been called many things, but never a Munchkin! :laughing:

Hey everybody ... did she just ask for it or what?

 

Lost Munchkin Clan

 

No, wait, there ain't no "everybody" on th' Forum

any more is there?.

Boy how soon you forget about me.:( :( :(

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This just in ...

 

Who's in Wonderland?

 

Scawy!

 

You know, someone has to make that costume for him before the next fall camp out.

Calling for costumes are we? ... and you, the Lollypop Kid!

 

Sounds like another FlagMan-event to me.

 

Just image this gang of desperados as Munchkins!

LOL! I've been called many things, but never a Munchkin! :laughing:

Hey everybody ... did she just ask for it or what?

 

Lost Munchkin Clan

 

No, wait, there ain't no "everybody" on th' Forum

any more is there?.

Boy how soon you forget about me.:( :( :(

Mm-hmm, lemme see now ... my ol' Forum pal

wants to be a star.

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This just in ...

 

Who's in Wonderland?

 

Scawy!

 

You know, someone has to make that costume for him before the next fall camp out.

Calling for costumes are we? ... and you, the Lollypop Kid!

 

Sounds like another FlagMan-event to me.

 

Just image this gang of desperados as Munchkins!

LOL! I've been called many things, but never a Munchkin! :laughing:

Hey everybody ... did she just ask for it or what?

 

Lost Munchkin Clan

 

No, wait, there ain't no "everybody" on th' Forum

any more is there?.

Boy how soon you forget about me.:( :( :(

Mm-hmm, lemme see now ... my ol' Forum pal

wants to be a star.

Yeb me and my buddy YODA were stars, just ask the JEEP folks.

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This just in ...

 

Who's in Wonderland?

 

Scawy!

 

You know, someone has to make that costume for him before the next fall camp out.

Calling for costumes are we? ... and you, the Lollypop Kid!

 

Sounds like another FlagMan-event to me.

 

Just image this gang of desperados as Munchkins!

LOL! I've been called many things, but never a Munchkin! :laughing:

Hey everybody ... did she just ask for it or what?

 

Lost Munchkin Clan

 

No, wait, there ain't no "everybody" on th' Forum

any more is there?.

:laughing: Kinda like "Where's Waldo"! Don't worry, Harmon - everybody is still here, waiting to see what you'll come up with next! (But I won't give up my FB. I love to follow what all my caching buddies are up to!)

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This just in ...

 

Who's in Wonderland?

 

Scawy!

 

You know, someone has to make that costume for him before the next fall camp out.

Calling for costumes are we? ... and you, the Lollypop Kid!

 

Sounds like another FlagMan-event to me.

 

Just image this gang of desperados as Munchkins!

LOL! I've been called many things, but never a Munchkin! :laughing:

Hey everybody ... did she just ask for it or what?

 

Lost Munchkin Clan

 

No, wait, there ain't no "everybody" on th' Forum

any more is there?.

:laughing: Kinda like "Where's Waldo"! Don't worry, Harmon - everybody is still here, waiting to see what you'll come up with next! (But I won't give up my FB. I love to follow what all my caching buddies are up to!)

Well, sure, ... you've got buddies. Take a look at that

J&J post above ... see what I have t' put up with.

 

Why I oughta!

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Honk if you know where this is....... Oh My..what a crew! Funny...I didn't know Harmon was going on the trip with them....

 

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Jodi's not playing fair. That's not a published cache, yet, down there in Yuma. LOL

Jodi's not playing fair? ... and your point is?

 

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Say, what did those desperados do with my bag hat and donut glasses?

Why I oughta!

 

Pst, Tom ... your barn-door is open.

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Honk if you know where this is....... Oh My..what a crew! Funny...I didn't know Harmon was going on the trip with them....

 

b9d1ca22-71a3-43c0-b545-34bc8c68fb5e.jpg

 

Jodi's not playing fair. That's not a published cache, yet, down there in Yuma. LOL

Jodi's not playing fair? ... and your point is?

 

c2861177-0bbc-42c3-b750-b8a64ba9df3b.jpg

 

Say, what did those desperados do with my bag hat and donut glasses?

Why I oughta!

 

Pst, Tom ... your barn-door is open.

What's up with the Rams hat? :blink: :blink: :blink:
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Honk if you know where this is....... Oh My..what a crew! Funny...I didn't know Harmon was going on the trip with them....

 

b9d1ca22-71a3-43c0-b545-34bc8c68fb5e.jpg

 

Jodi's not playing fair. That's not a published cache, yet, down there in Yuma. LOL

Jodi's not playing fair? ... and your point is?

 

c2861177-0bbc-42c3-b750-b8a64ba9df3b.jpg

 

Say, what did those desperados do with my bag hat and donut glasses?

Why I oughta!

 

Pst, Tom ... your barn-door is open.

 

Speaking of not playing fair, I got to e-mail you about an idea I have.

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Honk if you know where this is....... Oh My..what a crew! Funny...I didn't know Harmon was going on the trip with them....

 

b9d1ca22-71a3-43c0-b545-34bc8c68fb5e.jpg

 

Jodi's not playing fair. That's not a published cache, yet, down there in Yuma. LOL

Jodi's not playing fair? ... and your point is?

 

c2861177-0bbc-42c3-b750-b8a64ba9df3b.jpg

 

Say, what did those desperados do with my bag hat and donut glasses?

Why I oughta!

 

Pst, Tom ... your barn-door is open.

 

Speaking of not playing fair, I got to e-mail you

about an idea I have.

Hey everybody! Doug is trying to get me into more

trouble with all the vine-ripened GeoChicks I've

wronged before.

 

You read it here first.

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Honk if you know where this is....... Oh My..what a crew! Funny...I didn't know Harmon was going on the trip with them....

 

b9d1ca22-71a3-43c0-b545-34bc8c68fb5e.jpg

 

Jodi's not playing fair. That's not a published cache, yet, down there in Yuma. LOL

Jodi's not playing fair? ... and your point is?

 

c2861177-0bbc-42c3-b750-b8a64ba9df3b.jpg

 

Say, what did those desperados do with my bag hat and donut glasses?

Why I oughta!

 

Pst, Tom ... your barn-door is open.

 

Speaking of not playing fair, I got to e-mail you

about an idea I have.

Hey everybody! Doug is trying to get me into more

trouble with all the vine-ripened GeoChicks I've

wronged before.

 

You read it here first.

 

Of course I am. But it would be a fun series!

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Hey look, free but unexpected email and

photo sharing by way of Facebook.

Hahahahaha!

 

Facebook Hack

 

Here's the fun part "Hacked into dozens of

women's e-mail accounts across the nation

and overseas" and "gleaned" personal

information. Love that word ... "gleaned."

 

To put it another way he easily gained

access to their email accounts using tidbits

of information found on Facebook postings.

Fortunately his interest didn't include

monetary and physical assets.

 

Social roulette at it's finest. Why would

weirdos want to hack Facebook? Easy,

'cause there are so many users.

 

Thing is the kid exploited only what the

so-called "victims" exposed to the world

by way of postings on their Facebook

accounts. Seemingly unrelated tidbits of

information taken as a set are all to

revelatory.

 

Called by the generic term it's the time

honored art and practices of spying. Even

beats dumpster diving for results.

 

It's not without reason that I chose to

avoid Facebook. What shocked me was the

ease with which I could mine personal

information from Facebook accounts.

 

Social networking is risky business and

more cases like this one are sure to

follow.

 

Have a nice day ... be sure to "Like"

something.

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Hey look, free but unexpected email and

photo sharing by way of Facebook.

Hahahahaha!

 

Facebook Hack

 

Here's the fun part "Hacked into dozens of

women's e-mail accounts across the nation

and overseas" and "gleaned" personal

information. Love that word ... "gleaned."

 

To put it another way he easily gained

access to their email accounts using tidbits

of information found on Facebook postings.

Fortunately his interest didn't include

monetary and physical assets.

 

Social roulette at it's finest. Why would

weirdos want to hack Facebook? Easy,

'cause there are so many users.

 

Thing is the kid exploited only what the

so-called "victims" exposed to the world

by way of postings on their Facebook

accounts. Seemingly unrelated tidbits of

information taken as a set are all to

revelatory.

 

Called by the generic term it's the time

honored art and practices of spying. Even

beats dumpster diving for results.

 

It's not without reason that I chose to

avoid Facebook. What shocked me was the

ease with which I could mine personal

information from Facebook accounts.

 

Social networking is risky business and

more cases like this one are sure to

follow.

 

Have a nice day ... be sure to "Like"

something.

Luckily for everyone on MY e-mail list, I don't think there are any nude or semi-nude pictures of me floating around out there...

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Hey look, free but unexpected email and

photo sharing by way of Facebook.

Hahahahaha!

 

Facebook Hack

 

Here's the fun part "Hacked into dozens of

women's e-mail accounts across the nation

and overseas" and "gleaned" personal

information. Love that word ... "gleaned."

 

To put it another way he easily gained

access to their email accounts using tidbits

of information found on Facebook postings.

Fortunately his interest didn't include

monetary and physical assets.

 

Social roulette at it's finest. Why would

weirdos want to hack Facebook? Easy,

'cause there are so many users.

 

Thing is the kid exploited only what the

so-called "victims" exposed to the world

by way of postings on their Facebook

accounts. Seemingly unrelated tidbits of

information taken as a set are all to

revelatory.

 

Called by the generic term it's the time

honored art and practices of spying. Even

beats dumpster diving for results.

 

It's not without reason that I chose to

avoid Facebook. What shocked me was the

ease with which I could mine personal

information from Facebook accounts.

 

Social networking is risky business and

more cases like this one are sure to

follow.

 

Have a nice day ... be sure to "Like"

something.

Luckily for everyone on MY e-mail list, I don't think there are any nude or semi-nude pictures of me floating around out there...

And you a Barrister.

 

What about the people that you have sent emails to?

And what about all the people on all of the emails

sent by the people that you sent emails to? And so

on ...? All easily gleaned from the sent-to lines

of your emails and theirs.

 

Not only nude-photos as the perp' in this case was

interested in but the wealth of other personal

information mined and deduced from the descending

tree of "To:" addresses that emanate from your own

emails?

 

One can say, "I don't personally know of anyone

attacked in this way." Well, of course not, that's

your one and only protection ... that you are one

in millions of potential targets so admittedly it

seems a slim likelyhood to be hit. Too many for the

perp's to deal with.

 

Trouble is ... what's the actual chance of your

email address being targeted. Remember ... in a

single trial there's only two outcomes; hit or not

hit ... a coin flip. One trial doesn't affect

another so chance is 50% on a single trial.

(Would you bet your house on a single such trial?)

 

By the way, did I mention that Facebook user data

is sold by way of the Facebook game developers ...

assuring that Facebook can deny selling it. Slick!

 

Ain't no thang to me ... just think about it and

keep in mind what the underlying purpose of

Facebook is.

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Hey look, free but unexpected email and

photo sharing by way of Facebook.

Hahahahaha!

 

Facebook Hack

 

Here's the fun part "Hacked into dozens of

women's e-mail accounts across the nation

and overseas" and "gleaned" personal

information. Love that word ... "gleaned."

 

To put it another way he easily gained

access to their email accounts using tidbits

of information found on Facebook postings.

Fortunately his interest didn't include

monetary and physical assets.

 

Social roulette at it's finest. Why would

weirdos want to hack Facebook? Easy,

'cause there are so many users.

 

Thing is the kid exploited only what the

so-called "victims" exposed to the world

by way of postings on their Facebook

accounts. Seemingly unrelated tidbits of

information taken as a set are all to

revelatory.

 

Called by the generic term it's the time

honored art and practices of spying. Even

beats dumpster diving for results.

 

It's not without reason that I chose to

avoid Facebook. What shocked me was the

ease with which I could mine personal

information from Facebook accounts.

 

Social networking is risky business and

more cases like this one are sure to

follow.

 

Have a nice day ... be sure to "Like"

something.

Luckily for everyone on MY e-mail list, I don't think there are any nude or semi-nude pictures of me floating around out there...

And you a Barrister.

 

What about the people that you have sent emails to?

And what about all the people on all of the emails

sent by the people that you sent emails to? And so

on ...? All easily gleaned from the sent-to lines

of your emails and theirs.

 

Not only nude-photos as the perp' in this case was

interested in but the wealth of other personal

information mined and deduced from the descending

tree of "To:" addresses that emanate from your own

emails?

 

One can say, "I don't personally know of anyone

attacked in this way." Well, of course not, that's

your one and only protection ... that you are one

in millions of potential targets so admittedly it

seems a slim likelyhood to be hit. Too many for the

perp's to deal with.

 

Trouble is ... what's the actual chance of your

email address being targeted. Remember ... in a

single trial there's only two outcomes; hit or not

hit ... a coin flip. One trial doesn't affect

another so chance is 50% on a single trial.

(Would you bet your house on a single such trial?)

 

By the way, did I mention that Facebook user data

is sold by way of the Facebook game developers ...

assuring that Facebook can deny selling it. Slick!

 

Ain't no thang to me ... just think about it and

keep in mind what the underlying purpose of

Facebook is.

Yeah, it's almost as bad as some guy pulling your innocent photo from a geocaching.com log and doing some kind of PhotoShop molestation to it. ;)

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Hey look, free but unexpected email and

photo sharing by way of Facebook.

Hahahahaha!

 

Facebook Hack

 

Here's the fun part "Hacked into dozens of

women's e-mail accounts across the nation

and overseas" and "gleaned" personal

information. Love that word ... "gleaned."

 

To put it another way he easily gained

access to their email accounts using tidbits

of information found on Facebook postings.

Fortunately his interest didn't include

monetary and physical assets.

 

Social roulette at it's finest. Why would

weirdos want to hack Facebook? Easy,

'cause there are so many users.

 

Thing is the kid exploited only what the

so-called "victims" exposed to the world

by way of postings on their Facebook

accounts. Seemingly unrelated tidbits of

information taken as a set are all to

revelatory.

 

Called by the generic term it's the time

honored art and practices of spying. Even

beats dumpster diving for results.

 

It's not without reason that I chose to

avoid Facebook. What shocked me was the

ease with which I could mine personal

information from Facebook accounts.

 

Social networking is risky business and

more cases like this one are sure to

follow.

 

Have a nice day ... be sure to "Like"

something.

Luckily for everyone on MY e-mail list, I don't think there are any nude or semi-nude pictures of me floating around out there...

And you a Barrister.

 

What about the people that you have sent emails to?

And what about all the people on all of the emails

sent by the people that you sent emails to? And so

on ...? All easily gleaned from the sent-to lines

of your emails and theirs.

 

Not only nude-photos as the perp' in this case was

interested in but the wealth of other personal

information mined and deduced from the descending

tree of "To:" addresses that emanate from your own

emails?

 

One can say, "I don't personally know of anyone

attacked in this way." Well, of course not, that's

your one and only protection ... that you are one

in millions of potential targets so admittedly it

seems a slim likelyhood to be hit. Too many for the

perp's to deal with.

 

Trouble is ... what's the actual chance of your

email address being targeted. Remember ... in a

single trial there's only two outcomes; hit or not

hit ... a coin flip. One trial doesn't affect

another so chance is 50% on a single trial.

(Would you bet your house on a single such trial?)

 

By the way, did I mention that Facebook user data

is sold by way of the Facebook game developers ...

assuring that Facebook can deny selling it. Slick!

 

Ain't no thang to me ... just think about it and

keep in mind what the underlying purpose of

Facebook is.

Yeah, it's almost as bad as some guy pulling your innocent photo from a geocaching.com log and doing some kind of PhotoShop molestation to it. ;)

What I said ... hundreds of instances of Geocachers

that were targeted by some crazed old perpetrator.

 

Wait a minute ... "Innocent photo?" What does that

mean?

 

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Note to Self: That oughta learn 'im!

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