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The main purpose of my blogging on social media is to provide real time data of what humans are going through on a regular basis, with the hopes of sorting it all out, and creating a perfect environment where no one goes without.
Which is why I don’t give money to the homeless, because it’s not going to solve their problem. From one former homeless man to another, they’re more efficient ways to redistribute wealth, the poor helping the poor is not one of them.
Money raised, if not used for campaign funding, will go to create an organization that houses all the homeless in downtown Detroit.
My reasoning running for POTUS started as a cry for attention, I was going thru a major dry spell, and did’t expect anyone to take it seriously. When my magazine company was relevant, women would pay to get naked for me. It didn’t matter if they were married; older, younger, educated or not, all that mattered to them was their 15 mins of fame. Tattooing was very similar to this as well, except with the magazine it was total depravity on steroids. When you are exposed to the way the world really works; and someone says they are too busy, or they cancel plans, it’s basically the most offensive thing on the planet. Imagine going from Victoria Secret Angels obsessing over you, to having no one call you at all. Fuckery aside; I don’t regret kicking myself out of the occult, I never belonged there anyway, my people are the poor, regardless if they rejected me too. Taking the knowledge I learned from the other side, I am creating a nwo in VR. One that is limitless for all, not just a few. Money will no longer be the standard of power and control anymore. The Data accumulated on you will decide your new social standing.
Years ago, I was contemplating my steps, I didn’t know what I was gonna do with my life. So I asked God, I said “what now?” “I’m all yours.” Then I heard a voice answer me and say “Go into this building.” I said “woah, which one?” “There’s like two buildings connected; and if this is God, then it will happen, if not, then it’s just my imagination.”
So, I walked up to the building with much anxiety, saw a German speaking woman use her ID card to enter. I paused, said to myself “I can’t go thru the door; I’ll be arrested, I knew this was just my imagination.” Then I looked to the left, and another door was slightly opened, lol it was the back door.
So I entered thru the backdoor. Took the elevator to the top floor. Started walking around; admiring all the fancy art, taking photos on my Samsung watch, (It was a private international Bank btw.) Then the lady at the desk said, “can I help you?” “Do you even bank here?” I said “no, I’m just looking around.” She laughed nervously, and said, “well, you can’t be here then.” “How did you find this place?” I said “you left the door open, so I walked in.” She took me on the elevator down, and said, “I’m gonna introduce you to our PR department.” “We’ve been having problems with that door.” I then met with PR; told them I know some guys that work in private Security and can help fix the door, they just smiled and said, “yea, we know who they are.”
The moral of the story, well, partial moral is this.
No one is gonna bank with a company that leaves it’s back door open. So; if you can exploit a building’s security and show employee safety is at risk, you won’t go to jail, and they’ll usually offer you a job for technically breaking the law, but not; because you didn’t break into anything, you just walked thru an open door. Lol
It makes so much sense why facebook is focused on turning themselves into a msging app. It’s the best way to control/breakup your closest relationships. This guy is a freak dude, I don’t understand how someone could have so much control issues, esspecially towards strangers?!! 🤷♂️😤
…And listen; I know my brothers and sisters in the anonymous community probably don’t understand my need to stay on there, but from a design standpoint, it’s the greatest app in my opinion, especially for marketing artwork.
So fuck facebook even though I’m hypocritically still on a Zuckerberg platform. I’m not giving up my love for this app yet, I am however in favor of the US Government cracking down on these tech giants, and will help push awareness to the abusive psychological games being played with relationships right now.
In the meantime.. feel free to checkout our new networking site, called “W🌐RLDIE” that will be fully revamped by 2020, with AI and crowdsourcing features.
By Michelle Singletary
September 19, 2017
I’m still waiting on Equifax to give me what it promised.
Like millions of others, I was informed by the credit bureau that my personal financial information may have been compromised by the company’s recent epic data breach.
The Equifax debacle posed a quadruple threat, exposing people’s addresses, birth dates, social security and driver’s license numbers. Data for 143 million consumers is now out there, quite probably being used to commit identity theft.
To reassure consumers that it was handling this mess, Equifax set up a dedicated website to answer questions and offer free credit monitoring through TrustedID Premier: https://www.equifaxsecurity2017.com.
[What did Equifax executives know and when did they know it?]
I went to the site. Here’s what Equifax promises from this premier service:
— A copy of your Equifax credit report.
— Automated alerts of key changes to your account files with Equifax and the other two major bureaus, Experian and TransUnion.
— Ability to lock and unlock your Equifax credit report.
— Scanning of suspicious websites to see if your Social Security number is found.
— $1 million worth of identity theft insurance, which is supposed to help pay for certain out-of-pocket expenses if your identity is ever stolen.
I’ve used credit monitoring in the past, but I did not find it useful, so I’ve been on my own keeping watch over my information. But I figured it couldn’t hurt to get the free protection for a year, right? I mostly just wanted the locking feature.
I was told what to expect: “You will receive an email with a link to finalize your enrollment and activate your product. Please be patient. Due to the high volume of requests, emails may be delayed. If you have not received your email within a few days, please check your spam and junk folders. Thank you again; we appreciate your patience!”
I was told it could take up to 72 hours.
Six days and counting and I’ve still not received a link. I checked and double-checked my spam folder. Nothing.
And I’m not alone.
[After massive Equifax breach, let’s make it free to freeze your credit]
Nikolaos from Virginia, like so many other readers nationwide who reached out to me, also complained of not being able to successfully enroll. He also is frustrated that he hasn’t been able to put a freeze on his Equifax file, which many security experts are advising. A credit freeze will lock out new lenders from seeing your credit report. (Lenders and companies you already have a business relationship with can still see your file.)
“The credit freeze requested me to first enter all my information, only to deny the freeze and requiring me to send that same information via regular mail,” Nikolaos wrote.
Another reader, Lornie, had a similar experience. “I’ve been trying for three days and five times.”
Tim from Massachusetts hasn’t been successful either. He got this message: “To ensure delivery of our emails to your inbox, please add firstname.lastname@example.org to your address book.”
He did and made some headway. He got a link to complete the enrollment. But when he clicked it, he was asked for a username and password. He hadn’t been prompted to set up either.
He called what is supposed to be the dedicated call center for the breach — 866-447-7559.
“I got a human who told me they were overwhelmed with calls and I should try again in a few days,” he said. “I did so and got the same result. I am really unsure what to do at this point and dread having my identity stolen. In a bit of a panic.”
Equifax keeps apologizing for the delays. At one point the company said it faced difficulties because of Hurricane Irma.
“We are experiencing a high volume of requests for security freezes, and have experienced some technical issues,” a spokesperson emailed me. “We are working diligently to ensure an improved consumer experience.”
I get it. The company is overwhelmed. Still, do better.
It is not too much to demand (because we are way past the polite phase of asking) that the company hire as many people as it needs and/or amp up its online system so that it can handle the volume of requests from folks potentially harmed by the company’s failure to protect their personal information.
Further, given the delays, Equifax needs to extend the arbitrary Nov. 21 cutoff to sign up for the identity theft protection service. Keep enrollment open as long as it takes to sign up people who were harmed.
And perhaps a name change is in order for its TrustedID Premier service. We did trust the company and look where we are.