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Young People Have Been Lied to and Misled

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:36 min | 2 weeks ago

Young People Have Been Lied to and Misled

"If you feel as if there's a massive amount of injustice in the world, there's a lot of truth to the argument that you as a young person have been lied to and misled and that you have been told to do things that are not in your best interest. One of them being having to go to college to succeed. I do not believe that a majority of young people should be going to college. In fact, I think that college is largely a scam. And I'll prove it to you. How many of you have to take classes that you are forced to take that have no relevance to your degree or major? And you wish you shouldn't have to get every hand goes up. Right. Almost every hand, she's a lot of people back there. And so the idea that just a piece of paper is going to be able to grant you access in society is a highly questionable one at best. And so you look at the statistics 41% of people that go to college do not graduate. 41%. And so how many of you know some of that dropped out of college? Raise your hand. Yeah, almost every hand goes up. And so you're being forced to take classes that really have no relevancy to your future, whatever that might be. And you're also simultaneously, then knowing that people are dropping out at a record rate, ask yourself the question, why is this the case? And so but this is something I want to try to just hopefully find some common ground on, which is the following, which is that if you feel as if kind of the game has been rigged against you as a young person, you're not totally wrong. And the best evidence of that is what we did to students across America the last two years. Locking down America, forcing masks on them and forcing a vaccine on them for a virus that the not posed a significant risk against them was nothing short of generational theft.

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Disney's Wokeness Costs Them Special Tax Status

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:47 sec | Last month

Disney's Wokeness Costs Them Special Tax Status

"Here's something that'll make you smile if you've been keeping track of this. Just another enormous feather in the Ron DeSantis cap, a major victory, the Florida Senate has passed that bill to abolish what is called the reedy creed improvement district that sounds like just some tiny little local zoning issue, but it is the massive status involving a certain amount of tax avoidance attack a huge tax break for Disney that under desantis and now with the help of the legislature, a Disney is simply not going to enjoy that status. It appears anymore. Awe. Mickey is crestfallen, I'm sure. Walt is spinning in his grave at what the company that bears his name has become a woke, steaming nightmare.

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How Wokeism Has Softened Today's College Student's Intellect

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:07 min | Last month

How Wokeism Has Softened Today's College Student's Intellect

"When I was in college, getting a journalism degree, by the way. The media had not been quite so poisoned. The culture had not been quite so poisoned. I mean, just earlier that when I'm in my adolescence, it's the 60s and we got hippies and we got Woodstock and we got Vietnam and we got protests and we got the Chicago 7 we got all those things, all those delicious conflicts. Of course, we had all of that. We had all of that. But. Once we got past my adolescence in my college years, and then we get to today's college experience, could lord, the job of college is to try to intellectually toughen you up. So that you can learn how to argue your point, and the only way you can properly argue your point is if somebody in the room would disagrees with you. And how do you know that you're right? How do you know that you're right? The best way to know that you're right is to hear an opposing view and effectively smartly intelligently effectively argue against it.

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"theft" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

03:35 min | Last month

"theft" Discussed on Car Talk

"And welcome to card talk on national public radio with us click and collect the tablet brothers and with broadcasting this week and this week only from the temporary mini Plaza here at the Olympic village in albertville. I had americanize it right. You don't have to. I mean, what is this Albert? Who's he? Albertville France. That's right. Yeah. We have some rather sad news however. My brother was disqualified today from the luge competition. I was actually quite humiliated. Yeah, it seems it true. It seems that the kind of sled they had in mind was not the kind that he drives. Everyone's calling a sled, I figured I could lose it. A gold medal. Yeah, well, nothing. Well, I know that you're anxious to muddle of automobile. I know that you're anxious to, let me give you a couple of these left over winners from this collective noun. Like multitudes. There is some beauties here, a rigor of morticians. One of my very favorites are stroke of geniuses. Isn't that good? People are so smart. Stroke of midnight. How about a Ruth of sex therapists? A rack of pool players, a clock of physicists. Now, you can't use a rack of no, you can't use a rack of pool place, 'cause there's already a rack of lamb. That's true. Yeah. On a few more. This one, this one's good, actually. This is from who is this from? Matthew Babin check of la Jolla. This is good because it all has to do with cars. A rage of furies, trash of Yugoslavia, a troop of azuz. I like that. Get this pride of Jaguars, a hobbit of rabbits, a tier of saabs, Saab stories, you know? How about a snore of AMC? All right, 100 more later. I'm sure. One 803 three two 9 two 8 7 hello, you're on car talk. Hi. Hi. Donna. How are you doing? How's the fire burn? It's pretty good. You don't have a fire burn. All right, wish I did. Where are you from? I'm from Columbus, Ohio. Columbus Ohio. Was that Columbus Ohio or is that Ohio Columbus? So what's up in Columbus? What are you doing calling us? What's going on? You don't have a fire bird, huh? No. Then let me see. If you live in Columbus, I got to check out my powers here. If you live in Columbus and you, your name is Donna. And you don't have a fire, but I'm going to guess that you have a Toyota celica. You have an old forensic. Japanese, right, Donna? Japanese? What have you got? I have a Pontiac 1000. Oh. Tia Chavez. You didn't know that that was a chevette, did you? Jesus. What a great car that is. I guess you really would like a fire bird, wouldn't you? You should never buy a car that's got low numbers as the first digit. Because you know that that was the cheapest car they could make. The experimental mode. The experimental model. I mean, one, a one, you should never buy a car with a one in the now that we've insulted her. We have an insult of her. We've been helping the wisdom, what was your problem, daughter? Well, like when I try to turn the keys over to get him out of the ignition, every once in a while, they get stuck. Yeah. And like, I try to weigh it around and make it do it back and forth. And like a lot of times, I've had to just leave them in there and cover up my steering column. Have you throw a rag.

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A Vote for the Left Is a Vote for Calamity

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:47 sec | Last month

A Vote for the Left Is a Vote for Calamity

"Virtually every major calamity of our times when caused by the left. And half this country votes for the left. It's an act of suicide that may be unprecedented in any nation's history. We will vote for the people who are destroying our civilization. It shows you the power of media the power of indoctrination at schools. That's it's an ode to all of that. The staggering amount of murder and theft beatings in this country is a result overwhelmingly of left wing policies.

Governor signs $220B budget, boosted by federal aid, surplus

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last month

Governor signs $220B budget, boosted by federal aid, surplus

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How Should You Get Involved With Your Local Community?

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:58 min | Last month

How Should You Get Involved With Your Local Community?

"The first question, how do you think it is best to get involved with your local community? I don't have a local community. I live in New York City. That's true. I don't know what they're talking about. I know. Well, okay, let's think about this. Okay. I think there's something about this. I mean, you could write a book on this. Being grounded in the world in which we live has become increasingly difficult because of the Internet and our addiction to the digital world and screens. So it means more now than ever. To have local relationships to know the name of your mailman to the stores you go to to the none of the names of the clerks, I think that all of that is really actually important and it's kind of like health or like flossing or like these things are important for everybody if you want to lead a healthy life and emotionally healthy life. But in terms of being involved in your local community, it all depends on what it is that appeals to you, but I would say being involved. First of all, always, I would say, find a vibrant church community. That's the first thing. That's really key. That's the key to the whole thing. That's the most important thing. But beyond that, you should be involved well beyond that. As well. And I would say, because of the massive election fraud and theft and criminal activity in the United States of America in the last election, everybody should get involved at their polling stations and get involved in being an observer at a polling station. This is the scandal of the century folks of our lifetimes, the idea that Americans are not getting their voice heard at the polls. That would be like huge folks. Please get involved.

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Sheriff Bill Snyder: If You Break Into a Car, We Will Find You

The Dan Bongino Show

01:57 min | Last month

Sheriff Bill Snyder: If You Break Into a Car, We Will Find You

"You know Rudy Giuliani at the time share of implemented with Jack maple and others is broken windows policing and it was precisely kind of what you're talking about just worded a little differently and the idea was that the guy who jumps on to the train to commit a robbery or God forbid a rape or a murder he doesn't pay for the train share of he jumps the turnstile He's like hold on let me pay here So they jumped the turnstile So if you catch the guy jumping the turnstile for the minor crime and you put him in jail even if for overnight until he gets a hearing the next day you may have prevented three or four other crimes A robbery a rape or potentially a murder And that kind of ties into this retail theft thing the way I see it If you let the guy go with a woman go for stealing whatever lipstick or a pack of gum or some protein shake from a store then word gets around that oh they're not doing that They're not forcing that And then two people show up And in ten people show up and then it's open season Is that the correct analysis Yeah you're right on the money I know that when the broken windows came out it was very effective in New York The theory basically is if you have if you have a side of a building which has a hundred windows and they're all intact nobody breaks down If someone breaks one window and you don't fix it then someone will break another one though and at the end of the day all the ones are broken So we do that here in Martin county We tow to that line And we believe that we don't look at crime as just background white noise If you break into a car here we will move heaven and earth to find you because if you get away with breaking into that car the next time you break in something it will be somebody's house And we know that And that's not just conjecture That's exactly what happens So if you catch the car burger you probably prevented Diaspora

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Sheriff Bill Snyder: City Commissioners Are Encouraging Crime

The Dan Bongino Show

01:16 min | Last month

Sheriff Bill Snyder: City Commissioners Are Encouraging Crime

"So you know we love you in this household The county loves you Because you get it you know You're a law man you take the law seriously And one of the things I wanted to talk to you about is this explosive trend is growth all across America of these retail theft sheriff where these gangs of young men and women they walk in ten sometimes 20 at a time they start bashing the jewelry cases in a place where they just clean out a store this is the kind of thing I think you'd agree that when it's allowed to fester and word gets out that nothing's going to happen then why wouldn't anyone else do with that I mean why pay if you don't have to How do you stop that Well you know what You just hit the whole nail on the head And these things kind of happen If they're not allowed to fester and they fester when people in power elected county commissioners are seeing managers just to commission the hands of the police and the message goes out loud and clear I can get away with this And that's exactly why you're seeing it in some of these though locations around the country

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Biden Wants to Raise Debt With $5.8 Trillion Budget

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:35 sec | Last month

Biden Wants to Raise Debt With $5.8 Trillion Budget

"GOP conservatives bought your Biden's $5.8 trillion budget. They will swell inflation and national debt. The gross national debt would jump from $31.3 trillion to $44.8 trillion by fiscal year 2032 under Biden's budget. This is what The White House rejected. So conservatives in Congress are blasting Biden, Biden's proposal $5.8 trillion budget for failing to deal with record inflation that is already stretching paychecks and family budgets. $5.8 trillion.

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Thieves Take at Least $3M in Goods From Beverly Hills Store

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:38 sec | Last month

Thieves Take at Least $3M in Goods From Beverly Hills Store

"Thieves take at least $3 million in goods from Beverly Hills store. Associated Press. Robert smashed the front windows of a Beverly Hills jewelry store in broad daylight and fled with millions of dollars worth of merchandise. Witnesses recorded video of Tuesday's assault on the store. Which is the latest in a long stream of brazen smash and grab thefts and robberies of people wearing expensive watches or jewelry in the Los Angeles region.

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Thieves Use Remote Device to Steal Gas

The Larry Elder Show

01:06 min | 2 months ago

Thieves Use Remote Device to Steal Gas

"Lie. Now, maybe you might want to talk to this North Carolina gas station owner, people have been stealing gas from his station. I've been around a long while, and this is the first time I've heard of something like this. Neil is so did the owner of this gas station and what they tell me as well as the petroleum technician. They tell me that the thieves had a specialized remote pointed them at the two pumps put in the dispenser and stand-alone mode. He says at that point they filled up their tanks and drove away with free gas. But I lost a lot of money last night. It's a lot of money we lost. It's really bad. It's an unusual problem for heartache Patel owner of busy bee grocery and BP on north Main Street in high point. He says Monday night was a bizarre case of extreme gas theft. It's abnormal that about ten to 12 cars at a time. Surveillance shows it happened around ten at night after the store closed. Look at this silver car pull up to the pump, a man points a device at the machine which petroleum experts say puts the dispenser in stand-alone mode, releasing fuel without charging for

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The Tragic Plight of Black Millionaires

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:57 min | 2 months ago

The Tragic Plight of Black Millionaires

"That we have to address. There's a problem where I think we need a committee, probably a parade, a march, maybe even a riot. I think this problem is such a big deal. We met have to go burn down Wendy's. In fact, it's such a big problem. It might mandate the theft of televisions. It's such a big problem that soon I can start to see people change their profile picture on social media to no longer stand with Ukraine, but instead I stand with black millionaire donors. What? According to The Associated Press, they have a new story. America is so racist. We are so terrible that self made black millionaires, their victims of racism. Emily Haines from the chronicle of philanthropy for Associated Press writes an article here about millionaires of color. And the article is this, quote, how racism still affects millionaires, donors of color. Suppose you're out there that are not millionaires that are working your tail off just to be able to pay the bills, The Associated Press wants you to know, you're oppressing the millionaires. Okay? The millionaires that made it in America? They're oppressed. I could just see it right now. What do we stand for? Freedom against two. The middle class. Why? 'cause they're oppressing the millionaires. What? The Associated Press continues by saying that, quote, the finding of the study demonstrates ways that racism has affected the lives of millionaires of color. From the way they raise their families to the people and the causes they support. So it opens up with this ridiculous anecdote. Again, this is The Associated Press. This is not some sort of brown magazine. Brown university magazine article. This is The Associated Press. The story

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The US Debt Is Generational Theft

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:08 min | 2 months ago

The US Debt Is Generational Theft

"But the one that I want to focus on, which I'm been trying to bang the drum on and people just forget about it is about the debt. This is generational theft what we are doing to our young people, thank you for mentioning this. $30 trillion a day. $30 trillion. We run deficits every year. Meaning, Charlie, you can't do that. All right. All right, families can't do that. States while states are not supposed to do it, they do do it. They just can't borrow money until they can't. But we've got to start living with it. It means, how fair is it? Charlie, how many people do you know that will say, I'm going to leave my debts for the next generation? They say, oh yeah, I'm going to run a whole bunch of dad. I like to take a couple of vacations to cancun and stuff like that. But and Sonny, I'm going to have you pay for it. No. That's exactly what exactly what they're doing up here. And they don't believe there's any accountability. They just keep borrowing bar and bar in mind. $33. Guess what happens when interest rates go up? They inevitably go up. How are we ever going to pay the interest expense on our federal debt? I mean, so then what are they going to cut? They're going to have to raise taxes, Mayo cause more inflation. I mean, this is just a death spiral. We don't get control of

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Caller: The Entire Biden Administration Needs to Be Held Accountable

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:01 min | 2 months ago

Caller: The Entire Biden Administration Needs to Be Held Accountable

"For taking my call. You bet. The one factor I look at for all these decisions being made is the guy that's still in D.C. and his minions. Joe Biden doesn't have a clue. He thinks he's on planet Uranus. So he's not making the decisions. It's the people behind him that should be held accountable. Well, I think there's a lot of truth to the fact that he doesn't seem to know where he is, what year it is, what day it is, what his wife's name is. We have a president who is in firm. I mean, he's out of it. He is, you watch him give a speech and it's painful, as you know, it's cringe worthy. I agree with you. Go ahead. I agree with you. But I do not consider this man my president after the massive after the massive vote fraud, I call it what I call it. Grand Theft Auto on steroids. Well, there's been there's been one thing after another that have just been horrific. And we all know it. But

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Beekeepers turn to anti-theft technology as hive thefts rise

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 3 months ago

Beekeepers turn to anti-theft technology as hive thefts rise

"Beekeepers are turning to technology to stop a growing number of taps of hives in the past few weeks more than one thousand beehives worth hundreds of thousands of dollars have been reported stolen in California our victim a couple weeks ago they've lost over a hundred fifty thousand dollars worth of these Thomas Hayes is with the yolo county sheriff's office clear counters apiaries have been hit she says beekeeping is a growing business people think they can make a quick easy back by stealing hives and putting them into pollination tightening supply of bees and soaring pollination fees are likely motivating beekeepers to go rogue and the speeds aren't outsiders you have to have specialized equipment it's not something that's a random act it's very calculated down to says it takes a year to make a healthy hive they're not easy to replace it because it's just really sad it's it's something that we you know we haven't laps even though we recovered a hive this is something that has just really shock us GPS tracking devices and surveillance cameras are being used to protect the heights I'm a Donahue

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Judge rejects effort by Trump to toss Jan. 6 lawsuits

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 3 months ago

Judge rejects effort by Trump to toss Jan. 6 lawsuits

"A federal judge has rejected former president Donald trump's efforts to toss out lawsuits claiming his actions led to the January sixth twenty twenty one insurrection at the U. S. capitol I'm Ben Thomas with the latest two capitol police officers and democratic congressman Eric Swalwell filed a lawsuit arguing that then president his son Donald Trump junior and attorney Rudy Giuliani made false and incendiary allegations of fraud and theft in in direct response to trump's express calls for violence a pilot mob attacked the U. S. capitol U. S. District Court judge Amit Mehta dismissed the charges against the younger trump and Giuliani saying their speech was protected by the first amendment but he said the former president's remarks were plausibly words of incitement not protected he added only in the most extraordinary circumstances would a president's speech not be protected but this is that case Ben Thomas Washington

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Can We Stop Election Fraud? Robert Barnes Explains

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:22 min | 3 months ago

Can We Stop Election Fraud? Robert Barnes Explains

"Can we stop election theft in America? Absolutely. And really, they're sort of three approaches. One is legislative reform. Making legislatures do their job to make the rules clear so that what happened in 2020 can not happen again. Secondly, litigating selectively good cases as people have done in Wisconsin and Pennsylvania in particular, but also elsewhere to challenge the existing rules and policies that allow that to happen in 2020 and get courts to rule no you can't do it. As courts in both Pennsylvania and Wisconsin have ruled. And then third the court of public opinion is constantly significant. A lot of ordinary people forget that what Barack Obama said is true, elections are very local in terms of how they are counted. Get involved, ordinary people can be volunteers. Ordinary people can get elected at some of those commissioner positions. And had that happened, a lot of this wouldn't have happened. A lot of people were asleep at the wheel because they forgot their own individual power to have a supervisory role because elections are so determined by your local neighborhood precinct. Be there be involved be engaged, watch the process supervise the process, monitor the process, learn the rules, understand the rules, use things like the open records act to keep officials accountable. When you do the combination of those things, it becomes very, very hard for them to steal another election.

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New York Post: NYC Rite Aid Plagued by String of Thefts Finally Closes Its Doors

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:52 sec | 3 months ago

New York Post: NYC Rite Aid Plagued by String of Thefts Finally Closes Its Doors

"There's a Rite Aid, pharmacy, the pharmaceutical chain Rite Aid and hell's kitchen is they call it the neighborhood I used to live in in New York. I've shopped at this Rite Aid. It was once a booming 24 hour location on the corner of 9th and 50th street. It's shutting down. Staffers told the New York Post, these brazen, emboldened thieves had stolen more than $200,000 worth of merchandise in December in January alone. One store employee told the post, they come in every day, sometimes twice a day with laundry bags. They just load up on stuff. They take whatever they want and we can't do anything about it. It's why the store is closing, they can't afford to keep it open.

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"theft" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

04:14 min | 10 months ago

"theft" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"Our producer funnels off whereas alex you know. I think i too could be in olympia into a man of larger statue. Watch big but in the goal for the hockey teams. I could do it. Fantastic kitsap puck. You'd take out take up a fair amount of space. No doubt jack. A final thought for us we talk a lot about drunks and drug addicts ruining their lives in part of the homeless problem and all that sort of stuff. I am an alcoholic myself and as of tomorrow it's fifteen years since my most recent drink and it is something that i have to think about every single day to continue and it's not easy but it can be done. Well well done. Congratulations is there Etiquette for the sort of thing. What should i say. Shall i say anything by me around. I don't know Speaking which reported this earlier thought it was worth throwing out at least one more time. The city of denver colorado spends between twice and six times as much on so-called homelessness as on k. Through twelve public school students for each. Bummer junkie they spend between forty and one hundred four thousand dollars little kids in school. They kids at school less than twenty thousand dollars. Yeah speaking unsustainable and most of those people are drunks drug addicts. And they are not. It's not most people. Don't wanna quit. And even those that do it requires a heck of an effort to quit. And that's you know that you can throw money at them. No quit is ridiculous. And the more the more they spend the more bums junkies they get but keep doing it. Surely that'll turnaround armstrong and getty rabbi gum another grueling for our day so many people are thanks so little time armstrong and getty dot com. Got some fabulous. Swag free t shirts and masks and hats and sports bras and you can email us mail. Meghan armstrong and getty dot com. We're sports bras with our names on. My daughter has declared them very comfortable. Simone that god bless america. I will not be a party to this. I don't want to hear from you. Interact with them and just shut up about it. This is too good to be. It's just precious on i am. This is not a by moment. Risible buffoons great friday at you mother. What's the state of your financial future. Have confidence in the answer. And achieve your goals with cnn age group get the tailored solutions you seek and the trusted advice you need from audit tax and consulting experts with your best interests in mind go to sca group dot com today sc and age group powerful mines passionate teams proven results. Switching to. Gyco is a good idea especially when you consider everything first off gyco makes it easy to switch. They have licensed agents available twenty four seven online or over the phone. If it's so easy you might start thinking everything is easy even big wave surfing and it's not is actually quite difficult. Well if you switch to geico you could save hundreds on car insurance and you could keep saving by bundling your motorcycle. Bow and rv plus your home renter's insurance but saving money might lead you to make some questionable purchases like a twenty foot feather boa and do you know how hard it is to clean a twenty-foot other boa well. They do have an industry leading mobile app. You can use to pay your bill. File manager claim or add a new driver when life gets a little easier. It makes you confident and you start calling everyone. Ace your better well. Gyco has a ninety. Seven percents customer satisfaction rating and has been saving people. Money for eighty five years turned to beat that Switch to geico. It's obviously a good idea. Have you ever wondered what the media and big tech is hiding from. You like massive stories that actually affect you and your life that they don't want you to see because they make the left and the biden administration look bad when there's a podcast dedicated to exposing all of that each and every day so download the fastest growing podcasts in the conservative movement. The ben ferguson. Show podcast right now. That's right you can listen ferguson. Show podcast on iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcast. Download it right now..

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"theft" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

04:16 min | 10 months ago

"theft" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"You know your san francisco. La seattle portland. It's unbelievable it really is unbelievable. So fault me for this gavin. George gone chesa bodine. Whoever you are. I'm right on the air right now saying go commit crimes. Folks steel steel from retailer steal everything. You want steel as much as you want. Go ahead because we have as society have made it clear that we are not against it. We've removed any sanction for it so it sounds in kind of an old timey way like i'm advocating something immoral but in our current society. It's not the message has been sent loud and clear. So is that a bad thing for me to say folks. Go steal as much as you need. I still i'm not gonna steal. I don't want my kids to steal because of course this is not gonna last if it were only the bible saying thou shalt not. That'd be good enough for me but now on some other things that are going to last like Like o toys talk about the school lunch program. I a sucker for not taking the free school lunches. I'm already paying for them. Why am i doubly paying for my providing my own kid with food end paying for school like stuff like that. I can make the argument but just plain theft. I just don't think i can do. I know you want to get to some of that Good reporting on the border coming up watching all the little olympics. I was watching some of the ping pong. Ain't nobody listening right now. could return one serve. Nope i might be able to get the paddle on it and send it like sideways man that might be the most difficult thing in the olympics to even try to compete it. It's pretty amazing. Because i can throw the javelin always win anything. Then i get the shot put out of the circle but i couldn't even i don't think even lay my paddle on one of these serves stand and they'd say i don't know what they play. Twenty one what did they played it. Fifteen i don't know if you're done okay. The ball some reporting from the border. That's really good right a finish strong as we always do. Have you ever wondered what the media and big tech is hiding from. You like massive stories that actually affect you and your life that they don't want you to see because they make the left and the biden administration look bad when there's a podcast dedicated to exposing all of that each and every day so download the fastest growing podcast and the conservative movement. The ben ferguson. Show podcast right now. That's right you can listen to ben ferguson. Show podcast on iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcast. Download it right now. I am so excited to launch my first podcast lunatics on paulina with gingrich there. Sixty iheartmedia the. Let me warn you. This is not a podcast the fan of heart or easily offended. This is a podcast for those who want to learn to engage to be inspired this podcast for those who are brave and unafraid of the truth and perhaps most importantly for those who still believe in the audacious idea known as the american dream. This is not your average podcast. Because i'm not your average person as a proud american. I overcame adversity doing air force as a teenager and later on ran for congress in twenty twenty now hosting podcast only in america cough. Join me and be a part of the greg. A free thinkers who put up their middle fingers to cancel culture and political correctness. Too now before you feel silly as the only what are your friends who hasn't listened to luna talks with pauley on iheartradio app apple podcasts..

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"theft" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

07:40 min | 10 months ago

"theft" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"Brock obama's not serving meet at his birthday party. Just in also this is important. Us central command concludes that the drone that struck that tanker over there in the gulf was produced by iran's so or officially saying now that it's raining active. War certainly could interpret that way if you wanted it damn close to your What what are the barbary pirates whose thomas jefferson the pirates of penzance. I can't recall pittsburgh pirates. Yeah but Anyway yeah that's that's an act of piracy thievery skulduggery. And we won't we won't have it. Yeah it'll be interesting to see what unfolds iran wise in the next couple of years with this new hardcore butcher of a president but anyway a couple of quick notes number one Jackie said many times. You wish you could buy stock in people. Yeah i'll tell you. I'd like to buy stock in bill. Moluccan who is reporting from the border for fox news. He is a terrific reporter. He's a really good crafter of the english language. Got good instincts for who to talk to. And he's working with some good camera people and he's he's a dreamy. Young man is well. I mean he will be a major presence in news so anyway We'll get some his reports from the border and a couple of minutes high-income harris for a cup of coffee though way back in the day. What now then. You owe your money on comma harrison websites you could bet on. Yeah actually i did. I bought the mainstream thinking that you know. She's she checks various ethnic boxes. She's the most populous state in the union. She had that big kickoff party she can portray herself as being a moderate. Because she was reasonably tough-on-crime blah blah blah. I i took that. And i thought wow that makes sense to me what i had failed to appreciate was how utterly unpalatable. She is a human on on paper. She's fantastic in real life. Oh my god she's repugnant anyway so This journalist I'd like to give credit words to erica. Sandberg happened to be at the target store. Fourth mission in san francisco and sees this guy. Walking out with boxes full of expensive household items. He headed toward the escalators. That led to the mall lobby below then the street watching as he breezed past the checkout lines. I shouted hey stop that thief. It was an automatic response in. The word. Sounded silly archaic. Aren't you going to do something. I asked the security guard in the lobby. He shook his head man watching scene leaning on his bike semi. You're on the offensive. You can't do that. Whatever that means not interested in arguing with a stranger about freedom of speech. I went back to the store. Curious what else. I'd see eyewitness filling bags and backpacks with assorted items. All left nonchalantly no running dramatically leaving in a waiting getaway cars now. This isn't even the organized retail crime. The california governor lung head gavin newsom recently acknowledged promised to curtail with a new task force. It was casual. Take whatever you want for personal use or for quick sale on the counter with the proceeds feeding your habit and long story short. She wanted to see if it was easy. Is that you know. I'm not a thief. And i've never stolen anything in my life but it's just amazing that more people just regular people like me haven't decided you know what i you know just to avoid the line like you're there in a friday afternoon like the line earned enough checkers around. They get more. Checkers is line. we're just gonna walk out with the six pack gal pay for it some other time. Go ahead go ahead no one. She's a stop you. she saw. Man stuffing his backpack with assorted items. I told him i'd call security. He laughed. they won't do us. He didn't even care and so he goes back with a photo. She goes back with photo. Journalist and goes in the store finds expensive coffeemaker just grabs. It stuff's in his bag. Her videography i said take more stuff. And then she writes. I began to get shaky being watts. Taking without paying was so offensive to me that i started to feel sick as i did. I saw another person leaving with a bag full of stolen goods. He even bumped into my video offer and a large plastic toy gun from fell from his bag. I wrote the escalator down with my fellow thief and then she gets outside. Nothing happens nothing happens. She's openly stealing an expensive item. She got down to the street turned around. Went back up. The escalator handed the box to a confused employees. Here please take it. I just wanted to know how hard shoplifting. if isn't i found out. It's not hard at all night blink. Don't blame you. And i'm so sorry and gave gave the employees the coffeemaker and then left again. Long story short california's idiotic proposition. Forty-seven downgraded theft from a felony and misdemeanor. As long as you keep it under nine hundred fifty dollars you could steal a lot of really good household items from your local target. I mean really as many as you could physically carry and still be below nine hundred and fifty bucks and listen. It's worse than this worse than that. Now thieves if they're prosecuted for that might get less or more little more than illegal slap on the wrist but even that consequences gone by the wayside. La district attorney. George qassam guests gone tissa. Bodine said they are declining to prosecute so-called low level crimes and so you have stores closing by the dozens or limiting their their hours in san francisco so similar to theme earlier. We were talking about and oddly. Enough was also san francisco how to how to allegedly intelligent people not see that this is unsustainable. Well they think if we can end the systemic racism racism and the patriarchy white supremacy and eat the income inequalities that that a thieving will see. Even if you believe that it would i surely they would admit even if if we do accomplish that it will take a year or two in that amount of time. How do how does every store not into closing. I think those things through or their answers are fanciful and completely unmourned from reality. I mean the guy who come or woman comes out with stuff and then tells her friends. Yeah i still all the time. Nothing ever happens is going to you know the gun. Tell one person and it's like a word of mouth they always say about You know if a customer has a bad experience the word of mouth is what gets you. this is the word of mouth of everybody's gonna say. Yeah i still do. Yeah just walking. Grab whatever you want. Nobody's giving look at you. Well this reporter gal is standing there watching multiple people steal openly any given moment. I'm surprised the store still open. How do you stay at some point. I would imagine they write off with the insurance because insurance covers a certain amount of of shoplifting is just kind of built into running a store always but at some point the insurance company is going to say. Look you can't have fifty percent theft. I would be shocked if there's still ensuring for theft if they ever did. I think that's just part of corporate balance sheet that there's insurance okay. Well your corporate balance sheet. You can't fifty percent theft in stay open. Yeah i'm sure. The object of a lot of concern in the corporate offices of america. What to do especially in.

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"theft" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

05:39 min | 10 months ago

"theft" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"The same reason. One on shark tank. He'd come up with a good idea for masks but there wasn't a pandemic yet so nobody masks interesting masks in nine. They told her to go to hell. Nobody well i get it. You can't invest in something that's going to happen. Twelve years later in the new pandemic. that was peter zack. on shark tank. Anthony fao cheap. Peter data act. And i know jill biden. I never mentioned this today. And i don't wanna be accused of being biased. We should've mentioned it today. Unemployment hit a new pandemic era. Low of five point four percent nationwide added nine hundred forty three thousand jobs in july. So there you go. It's the biggest hiring spree in almost a year. You would hope since our help wanted signs. Every single business in america and some states are ending their extra unemployment. So people have to work again. There's a shot. Yeah no kidding. The fact that the the well that was just a headline that didn't do analysis but if your analysis doesn't include as half the states in the country almost entirely red states by the way said we're not giving him money to stay home anymore. There was record surge in people taking jobs. Authors connection connection. Don't look so president. Old man biden. Who's nearly as old as clint eastwood gave a speech a little bit ago. And he said this script to get more people vaccinated. I said well over the number again. I'd remind myself. Three hundred fifty million americans have already been vaccinate. They're doing fine which is pretty impressive. In a country of two three hundred and twenty eight million people to have vaccinated three hundred and fifty million of them. Got twenty two million illegals. We're probably do. But so disclose tv disclosed dot tv which i follow on twitter. Said biden doesn't realize what he's saying even after glancing at piece of paper yeah he. He's surround the band mean everybody can make a mistake. We make mistakes all the time. You know you're looking at something else. You're thinking of something else but He he he. Does it a lot by the way speaking of making mistakes of wada. Tim pool fans in our audience. They think he's a really good journalist. Really great and and thought that. I got i got daily beast thing i guess you my point at all. We get some pushback on that yesterday about tim put my point. Wasn't it all anything to do about tim. Paul whether he is good or bad the point was he is not on twitter. Nobody pays any attention to them in the media. And there's a whole bunch of people like him that are driving the conversations in this country if you didn't read segment yesterday. Good armstrong and getty dot com. There are influencers. You've never heard of that are way more influential than the cable. News hosts in the blue checkmark twitter people and they all talk at each other and they're missing this entire other conversation. That's going on in america. Which i find beyond fascinating. Oh yeah absolutely. And that was the point so everybody calm down fevered times. But i'll i'll check out stuff. I'm i'm intrigued. So this is a gal by the name of What's her name erica. sandberg writing. She'd been in the target store in san francisco at fourth in mission. Few days prior she was in the store and saw guy leaving carrying boxes full of expensive items as much as he could carry and leaving with impunity and she decided to look into the situation figure out what exactly is going on. She did a little undercover work. Actually not undercover. It's out in the open. She became a thief. Stay with us. We'll tell you about what happened. What happened is utterly predicted feeling. I know what happened and getty. 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"theft" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

05:32 min | 10 months ago

"theft" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"They had hoped to deliver again. An and how about the new zealand. Gal she beat out. How do you think they feel about this. Do they agree. Why don't you ask them. That distrupted the assumption that those assigned male at birth were naturally superior sports period. She's forty three years old. Like i said she retired fifteen years ago. She came back and she came back and was able to make an olympic team as dude at age. Forty three who hadn't lifted competitively in fifteen years. How about all those. How about the woman that didn't get to go for the australian team is at right New zealand new zealand team. How about the woman that didn't get to go for the new zealand team because she got beat out by a forty three year. Old still has the body of a dude who hadn't lifted competitively in years. And and you don't see the problem with that. Hey we have the clip from was it yesterday the day before when they asked the three medallists the heavyweight weightlifting gals about the brave historica transgender. Dig that up. I'll read this from the article while you're looking for that michael quinn. Now that this this is the quinn is the was born. A woman is now playing. Men's all playing Not identifying as neither either male or female. It's the first non identify olympic athlete. Quinn's president hasn't created near the controversy as hubbard's athletes transitioning between genders doesn't seem to be the issue as much as infantilized thing female athletes in what they can handle wrong. Quinn is the kind of transgender athlete. Who isn't spring. A red state senator to draft wedge issue legislation assigned female at birth and having played as a female at duke and for candidate the rio olympics. Quinn is transitioned. In recent years they identify as non binary. They aren't a threat because the people trying to create a controversy where one doesn't exist. Don't care about women. Transitioning what are they playing. And is that in there so these higher question is do they have an unfair advantage based on their gender or sex. This is only front page of the san francisco chronicle by the way the front page and so fails to recognize that. It's a completely different thing. A former female one to compete against males as a former dude competing to our do not grasp that how. How does that vacant in terms of reasoning and real argument get on the front page. I mean that was all invective. It was all catchphrase before you play the clip. Let me read something that she wrote. That is clearly not true when you hear this clip See if i can find the line again Because she says something about the other. Athletes didn't seem to have any problem with their competing again. That's utterly untrue yet so she says somewhere about the The other athletes The other young women who won the medals were not bothered at all by her competing. We'll see how it sounds here was a historic night here. with laurel hubbard competing as the first openly transgender in a in a Individual event and i was wondering what you felt about that and we felt it took place in your sport. The three medallists are staring at the reporter. Still staring all three of them. Now thank you. So this This woman in the san francisco chronicle wrote but her original mayor hope male hormones didn't automatically make her better than our competition. The women who were younger and stronger and by all accounts unbothered by hubbard being one of our competitors. And that's not what it sounded like there. Yeah not only that you half wit but okay according to you. Then it's okay. If a twenty seven year old prime of life long rippling with muscles sturdy recently former dude compete your argument is it's not even circular it's just incoherent. She does make the point In one paragraph that there doesn't seem to be a a long list of men pretending that they wanna be women so they can go dominate sports. Because it's a difficult process and not everybody would want to do it. that's true. Oh it's true but it's irrelevant. It is irrelevant. It only takes a couple in each sport to change who's going to get to be dominate. That sport what was that stat. We heard about the The number of high school boys who have broken essentially the women's world record for various sprints. And what do you say to that what you say. What do you say to the gals in connecticut. Who were both who were knocked out of the top slot in high school track because to transgender girls. Who used to be fellas. Just walk dass so those listening into the rest of the country that that helps you understand what you probably already know about. California in san francisco. That article is from that opinion. Piece front page of the san francisco chronicle completely nonsensical. Yeah i would say the non-californians you think you know how nuts california is. You have no idea right now. Something unicorn were logic in adulthood. Go to die. Speaking of which decriminalized crime in the beautiful state of california and a journalist is gone not undercover exactly openly just thieving openly in writing about it. What it's like now in calcutta cornea..

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"theft" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

06:35 min | 10 months ago

"theft" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"Just came across this article in the san francisco. Chronicle look over and bring you some highlights. An opinion piece by a woman named an kilian push back against transgender. Olympians is fueled by sexism. No it's not. Did you blink and miss it. The moment the women's sports world was destroyed a frosting right wing had predicted the legitimacy of women's sports would be forever undermined by the participation of a transgender woman. Oops didn't quite happen that way. Now that's not an argument. That's just speaking frothy. That's just it's polemic. You're just shouting. Shut up you have no argument. I'll dig into that more and pick out some stuff that i'm sure you'll like. That's that's a ridiculous. what a what. A nonargument trains olympians face sexist. Backlash how how. How can you ignore the obvious problem of former dudes participating girls sports and being an changing women's sports. How do you deny that ideology blinds intelligence. So you're saying that this. What was she forty-three. So you're saying this forty three year old fifteen years past their prime at least not meddling proves that it's not a problem. Is that the argument. You're making yeah. That's argument it's idiotic. Hey and you're a san francisco leaving your car unlocked. Wants nothing happened. That proves that there's just no crime problem in san francisco. Good ones not an argument. Scott is exactly the same sort of thing shaming it's the extent to which ideology makes smart people say crazy stuff is amazing. Have more examples that to come on the subject of crime in the decriminalization of crime. But first let's take a look back at the week. That was it's cow clips of the week fields. Represent your country like this. I say put mental health first. Because if you don't then you're not going to enjoy your sport no thank you. I am the love golf. I'm a cool dude loose mood. You know that not only uncomfortable inappropriate but downright weird and unnecessary. The recommendations are for kids under twelve mask wearing and schools and at home. Lighten up francis mortar patrol sources. Tell us more than eight thousand illegal immigrants apprehended just here in the rio grande valley alone over the weekend. Why don't you get this border secure and until you do that. I don't wanna hear of blick about cova from you. You went to costco and bought the seven pound bag of a data chance that would've lasted one hour and forty three minutes. You do that. Hudson news about the cheetos view. What's been your response to that other than if you are not comfortable using someone's pronouns because you assume it's king for some weird ass reason don't interact with them and just shut up about it. Really birthing person. Don't make me cry. Like a pack of marlboro cigarettes Shots of ever clear alcohol. And rigor it so. I know something's about to go down so you go through your whole life. Never seeing another man naked in person as the plan foreign. Yeah A couple of number. One the wear masks at home with your children dummy. He walked that back guy from the national institutes of health. Secondly i had a conversation in real life yesterday. With a handful of fellows about the simone biles thing and the opinion was universal. It was unanimous that the media treatment and the fawning over her quitting and quitting shows. How strong is is insane. Nobody bought that for a second and everybody was quite sympathetic. You were the best in the world but you don't quite have it mentally anymore or neurologically. Whatever you get the twists. These is an inner ear thing that neurological thing not clear. But that's what separates people who can be elite gymnasts from those who can't have it now you don't her comments were. I had all the pressure of being called the goat and i was being made the face of the olympics. That's what she said. originally. I know i know so. Quitting for that. Reason is brave and admirable. No i just said the media's insane it really is speaking of which push back against transgender olympians is fueled by sexism. I'm reading this column. Because i just came across it in the san francisco chronicle trying to make sense of it this and killian. Who's writing and let me read a little bit so she's comparing to athletes and how come one got all the attention and another one got hardly any attention. I'll give you the the you know. Spoiler spoiler alert. One of them is a former man now competing in women's sports. The other one is a former woman competing in man sports okay. Completely different scenario different thing we would plainly recognized. Were you not an ideological numb squad and saying it's just sexism we don't we're not we're scared of successful females or something like that. Why one athlete got all the attention. One very little tells you all you need to know about the so-called hot button issue. The issue really isn't about transgender athletes. It's all about sexism. No matter how the genders and identity shakeout the common bond is a dismissal of the ability of female athletes. You're mentally. Ill and i hope you get the help. You need hubbard. That's the weightlifting. Woman assigned male at birth bombed out of the olympics failing to complete a successful lift her quick departure left the frantic tabloids grasping rather than regurgitate regurgitate the tale about rage..

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"theft" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

01:30 min | 10 months ago

"theft" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

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"theft" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:38 min | 10 months ago

"theft" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Spending bill with the democrats. What are those two things have in common. We'll put simply. This is a pattern that are ruling. Class has grown accustomed to of generational theft robbing from your children to satisfy the present. Now i think having short-term abilities to borrow money for war or for a central government programming insert emergency circumstances. That could be justified. That's nowhere near where we are as a nation starting after the two thousand eight housing crisis which was created largely because of the federal government by the way our leaders grew addicted and so did our financial leaders by the way and our wall street leaders and the people in the corporate world with cheap money from the federal government advantageous public policy programs where they could boost their prophets expand their portfolios while middle income workers continually get crushed leveraging your fiscal situation as a nation to gratify the present and the rob or pillage plunder ransack from. Your children is morally disgraceful. And we're going to name the names of every single one of the republicans here on this program. Because i felt that we haven't been controversial enough this week on our

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"theft" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"theft" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

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"theft" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"theft" Discussed on KTRH

"Years are involved in this mail theft ring what they are doing that now was they were fraudulently creating fake ID's they were applying for loans they were making large purchases in other people's names they also used a fake ID's and fraudulent credit cards to buy guns and cars so it's it's a bad situation all the way around authorities have three the thieves in custody they're looking for three more which they plan to identify soon that's channel two's Vincent Crivelli Houston hairstylists barbers and nail technicians are pleading for the governor to allow them to reopen their salons dozens are holding a rally north of Houston today raising awareness of the hundreds of thousands of Texans in the industry not able to return to work Lynette Davis is a salon owner in river oaks she says silencer ready to reopen with safety as a top priority our industry has been regulated from the moment a person decides to become a license covers they learn sanitation in school they have to update their license because sanitation and safety has been the primary focus of our industry Hey this is everyone in today's rally will wear masks and say six feet apart this week the governor laid out details on how Texas will re open the economy but did not provide a timetable for hair and nail salons a Dallas salon owner who continues to ignore the states shut down order says she's willing to pay a hefty fine or even go to jail for her employees Shelley losers received national attention for tearing up a cease and desist letter from the Dallas County judge she spoke with KPRC Houston KPRC nine fifties what Lynn Johnson show this morning when people are asking me for advice obviously I'm not an attorney but what's crazy is the attorneys are baffled and the government is baffled because all of this is so unprecedented they're just creating rules as they go along just making stuff up and if you don't like it too bad Luther says it's not fair restaurants and other businesses are allowed to re open but hair salons barber shops and others are not last time we saw gasoline prices this low Sully Sullenberger landed a plane in the Hudson River two thousand nine it's more than a decade ago Tripoli Texas's a gallon of gas will set you back a Buck fifty a gallon typically in April refineries operate at ninety percent in the Gulf coast region refineries of climb back up to seventy five percent but it's only seventy percent at the national level Kate's hearing to some one oh four while the U. S. seems to be in a hurry to get back to normal Germany is taking it slow Germany will be extending its social distancing measures until at least may tenth as they begin to look into what return to normal Germany which has a much lower fatality rate from the virus and other countries has begun easing some restrictions but strict social distancing will remain in effect while data is collected on the effects of the restrictions that have been eased that's billed him for The Washington Post editorial board says voters deserve to hear from both Joe Biden's accuser and by themself the editorial board of The Washington Post made clear that there are at the moment no clear conclusions there may never be but it's no excuse for not searching adding the bike may have little to say about the sexual assault allegations against an outside of what this campaign is already said that he did not do this yet the way the signal he takes terror Reid's case seriously the cases of women like her is to go before the media and the public ready to listen and reply records covering Biden's thirty six year Senate career have been donated to the university of Delaware and slated for release to the public two years after Biden retires from public life they may contain confirmation of any complaint Mrs reed may they may also contain nothing of the sort that's Mike Bauer on Wall Street the Dow is down three hundred sixty two S. and P. down thirty eight nasdaq down sixty seven our next update at one thirty breaking information as it happens and now more the Rush Limbaugh show I'm struggling Houston's news weather and traffic station news free of sudden forty case here rich listen to the donors new podcast animal save my life for her road stories like a pit bull who put herself between.

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"theft" Discussed on Reinvention Radio

Reinvention Radio

08:29 min | 2 years ago

"theft" Discussed on Reinvention Radio

"Is a simple process. So that doesn't affect your cards though. Still Keep Working Karski. Workings doesn't affect your credit history. Either so if you're not applying for a new credit card if you're not applying for a house you're not applying for a car. Those are the three things. There's nothing else they would need to pull credit for. I wouldn't think so those things unless you get that in the future then. This is something you should know. Sorry I love that show. I don't listen to those something. You should know podcast but I really good. How so can I do that? Like with my daughter and stuff to absolutely I mean children's our identities from children's are stolen every year because if you think about your identity not only to bow you know your name but you could do a lot of illicit activities in the web and you know in in the. How do you get on the dark web by the way? Well there's specific ways to get. You have to to get in trouble because I got nowhere to get on there I want to. I wanted to see a youtube video. Era you know Google it and so I remember the first they start tracking. I WANNA know the first time I got online by guy was like okay. You're on the Internet and I'm looking at my screen and I'm going. There's nothing there. What do I do here on this Internet? I WanNa do that on the dark web like. I just want to go there and I just wanted to see it in then but of course. I want to know what to do dark. Is it a blank black screen like what what is it? Sorry Digress. Yes okay so so just just so. We're clear here because we're GONNA run out of time Let's let's give folks Another couple of tips. So when you're thinking about protecting yourself in cybersecurity and so on So it's a great tip as far as The three transient experience and Equifax and whatnot. And just shutting it down. That's that's a great tip. What what. What's another something that folks can do? So when you go to a public place and we you all seen That smart charge. I you know those where you can plug your phone booth Arab more they you do have smart. My recommendation is just keep walking. Because don't charge your phone there well. Don't charge your phone a USB now with the US. Isn't the thing at the bottom of your phone usb or is that something else sure the usb into the chargers still. Don't use one of those. I wouldn't use a USB. What she's saying is don't take the USB part and plug it into the SMART. You can use a block just electric. Because they'll have a smart charge where you can literally just not have the block like see how she has to be plugged in the bug at the hotel. The hotel that stuff can. That's how information so you don't want to do that at the hotel or airport at because they do public devices. Imagine this you have access to that. Oh so many other people have access to so it's you know it's easier to invest in store anything on there and everything stirs. Yeah things have store. Yeah definitely do not use the airport or other place Wifi. Wasn't you? Check your bank accounts? I just did that at South West so like one of those. You share not. Oh no so like the South West shares. You don't want to do the cord to the USB now on one of those chairs you always Wanna use the poor law. Follow him around the steelers Conran. Wait what's up? Wait and real quick Just about debit card from you is real quick as I understand. If you're using a debit card you want to use the tap thing with the like sound signals rather than sliding it in because the tap. The card is in his hackel. Is that correct syndrome? I I will prefer that. Nobody uses a debit car in any any action ex. You know because it's a direct line to your to your accounts. There's really no less protection so use either I will use maybe a a paper or something like that even have to and then just go through that surveys or use your credit card. So what about like the apple pay in that like like ways talking about like the tap thing where you take your card and you just like boop Yak happened to something as opposed to inserting or slight or swiping. Yeah it's it's to me. It's more secure because you have A. You're not relying only on. You know that gas station or bad you know small business processing. Yeah so what do you think originally these crooks? They're always one step ahead so it's like they're probably coming up with something now. Tap your phone and knock by you on this attack. Four crowded just bump into on the subway and well what about bartering with chickens and cows? Not that safe. So there's there's a there there there's cloning of of credit cards and all right so we're gonNA. I can do this all day long. So these are some really good tips. Go slower on the name of the book. So the name of the book was happily ever cyber. Yes but then. You're giving away the three tips to protect your identity. It's insane happy ever cyber that come. Is it happier happily happily happily happily ever cyber dot com and grab the whole book there? Now they have. The three tips book is in Amazon. And it's available so there is an online and also You know Y- printed version. I go I was GONNA say I notice. You have click funnels here too so you probably try to get them later to with the book. Yeah I think so. Yeah absolutely the. You know the interesting thing here is. I will go weeks at a time without learning anything on reinvention radio and then shows like this make it all worth it so thank you for that like literally. I mean because that is that is something I will never do again. I will never plug in with a USB directly into my phone in the Charter. Like you and to you guys. You're all like what are you talking about stupid like you guys. It's common sense and to me I'm thinking like never heard that before. So that in of itself and the freeze on the credit bureaus and he's freeze before you get frozen. That's dad's very good. Very Good Sandra. And it's S. E. S. T. Okay I assume if people WANNA hire you or something like that to help them or do you WANNA companies. Is that the main business right now for you mainly speaking and the book so the books actually a book serious so the first book is about the stories and how do you understand cybersecurity in a simple way and then the books that are coming our how to protect your phone how to protect your identity your social media there's going to be different themes to my point earlier not everyone cares about everything. Yeah why does that? You really care to protect so then you'll have specific details on what to do Nice and before we go. Which is the worst social media for Cybersecurity? Right down hunter you're stuck getting potentially hacked. If you had to choose one the one you say the most on really set whatever you've got to be the one you know whatever you're saying you're giving people information and we're going to go. We'll we'll save for another time. Yeah so the one you're on the most on the I share the more private information. So don't do that. Delete grinder account then. Okay fine all right. So we're GONNA leave it at that and Sandra talk really appreciates hanging out with us here on reinvention radio. Mary lay and ricky white wave and telly poker. I am Steve Kerr. We'll talk to you guys next time here on the radio take care of. You just.

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"theft" Discussed on Reinvention Radio

Reinvention Radio

15:38 min | 2 years ago

"theft" Discussed on Reinvention Radio

"I convinced them. Obviously I'm not a Chinese modular and again my new visa. Sure you're putting them position that you were guilty. Until you're proven innocent instead of innocent until proven guilty. Yeah of course that always the case. And how did you get out to Colombia or Venezuela without fixing what had to be fixed here in the states like? How did you even get on that plane or I guess they don't care right they don't care if you leave you can't get back in? Yes exactly right even though it was revoked so even though even if your passport is revoked yep you can get on a plane and you can go anywhere. Yes interesting right because what happens so but when you land in that country if you have revoked passport wouldn't they just send you back and say you don't have originated? Yeah but it was my native country. So it's always troubling. Got sent back to Sandra back. Yeah that's exactly and I leave the embassy and I'm like Oh everything is okay and I go back to Chicago and two weeks later. I'm returning back from Europe and you travel. I travel a lot because of my job. Is Your job by the way that you have traveling for at that time I was at that time was in. It information technology computer computers then moving to cybersecurity later. I'll explain that make sense. Yes So I am returning from Europe. I get off the plane. I get to passport control. I hand my passport and I'm back into that room again because I have to prove now that I'm me really that I am the real me and that kept going on and on and on during six years until actually I became a US citizen. Got My passport my US passport and changed my name and now everything released okay so somebody was using your identity for six years. Yeah most of my once when someone steals your identity and you are in the system. They cannot no. You are not you or in the early you. But didn't you have like an United States driver's license? They get back Nordstrom credit card here and now he doesn't worry about everybody on the northbound one smuggled in three of them. Yeah in three different names and if you think about the time when i Google my name everything was in Chinese. I had company my name registering China or in important expert businesses between China and South America. I mean you see your name and you see somebody using your identity and there's nothing you can do about. How do you think this happened like Like and I'm always curious how does identity and sometimes it happens with credit cards in happens with you know people buying houses and cars and getting you know like you name it right so that wasn't the case for you. It was literally they just needed an identity to be able to get these women but if you look at the Chinese woman like you wouldn't think you. Okay that's Sandra asked like me like you know what I'm just doesn't like may lend like okay. Maybe yeah right but Sandra s you know what I mean like doesn't quite make sense. What am I missing? You know there are many reasons why someone can steal your identity and in in this case obviously smuggling women I think. Sometimes some people adopt More Western names on that than Hamden. That could be an explanation that white that I think if you think about my story beyond just my story is the everyday situation that happened last. And you mentioned Steve. Do Credit car your miles. I mean I know someone that their identity got stolen during an M D. She was going to die or or mammograph and her again. Somebody else went on her place to to do to get the personal information of that person. I mean it goes beyond who. They're clever yeah so at the end identity theft cybercrime is something that is in our daily lives and it happens because there's prophet because there is a business behind that and as long as you have you know people that are earning money from it. It's going to continue to happen. And that's what I'm very passionate Abou- changing the perception of cyber changing the perception that it cannot happen to me or that is too technical and there is nothing I can do about or that is way you know. I'm so afraid. Better do nothing. How did you get to the bottom of Reggie? You're jumping out of your chair. Let me sure you ask that question before you lose it. No I mean I'll remember this. Okay so how? So how did you get to the bottom of first of all Finding the person like how. How did that happen? And then how did you become expert enough to move into the field of cyber security? We never found a person. You didn't know that's why I changed my name so name wasn't Sandra. My Yeah. My my name was Sandra. By my last name it was different. And all the in Venezuela you have two names and do last names and all of that for names were Chinese so I did. I did not use those names anymore and when I did my. Us citizenship by. I took my husband's name and that make things clear for me So that that that's how I solve it for for myself. What about your social security number was that did that have to be changed? No didn't want you going through the process. They update everything and he took so just just to make sure. I'm clear so you you able to get the US government though to somehow reset or forgive or start you over and they. They did that so they once you become a US citizens that can happen and you have the choice at that point to change your name if you want and of course. I know for sure that so. That's an option as you go through the process. Now Your Second Question Steve. Like y you know how did I get into cybersecurity and how I have been in the Industry? Ninety for over twenty years and I was blessed to to have an opportunity to call built a cybersecurity group or department in the company I was working for and what I realize is I never thought about identity theft when these situation happened with with With my eight dean stolen I I never associate these was in two thousand six and it was not in the new so much cybersecurity was in really in the top of everyone's mind and it took me some time to to really understand. You know what happened and I say you know working cybersecurity now. I have new tools and new knowledge and one thing that I've found is doing that job. The part that I love the most was teaching others how to protect themselves and how they can understand cybersecurity the in a simple way and that's how the passion translated. I left my corporate job to looking for now a bigger platform bigger audience that I can impact. And so that's that's my guess my my my whole story and and so. This is one of the perfect that I waited because the segues perfectly to it Since there's so many different things that can get stolen. And there's so many access points you know the Wi fi in the coffee shop and just so many places. If you were to think of all the places it would drive you bananas so back to your point of. You're trying to simplify Ignorance isn't bliss in this case. Right so Is there some sort of like first? Step that you can keep an eye on. So like for instance you know. You can look at your bank account every day and you can see all of a sudden. It's it's going down some what's going on or credit card. Get alerts on your. There's there's certain things that you can stop it quick enough in this type situation. Is there a place like I almost feel like lifelock or one of the most feel like well? What if they know? This is going on that thing you know and now so it's like how do we keep an eye on it? What do you do? What's the first step? Someone should be thinking about the first tab by my book. Yeah so that's the second step in your book into book in your book the first step. It's really identify. What do you care to protect because you cannot protect everything as do set so once you know? What is that really matters to? You is your family. Is it your finances? Is that your health? Information is your business and what it is from your business that you really care. Then it becomes one young romance from I was going to say yes and once you have business. Opportunity always always opportunity in every. Yeah so once you know what? What are you protecting? Then then you can implement several simple things and I'll give you one hour passwords. I mean we use every day for everything we do. So what I what I have Us and what works for me is taking my password and make it something meaningful and what I mean by. That is if you have a phrase if you have something that. I believe intentions. I believe indicative rations. I use that every day so instead of putting a Password. That is means nothing to me. I'll use my password with that phrase and that I'll exchange numbers numbers or special characters and when I type my password every time. I'm telling myself something Nice something meaningful something. That really makes my day better. You ARE HOT Steve. Yes dollars a letter heart emoji. Wait a minute. I forgot my password now. Three today as she was an age three heart emoji. Yes yes got it. Jeff said that that way you know you need passwords. Anyway you might as well have a good one so what about any services that like literally never thought about it because they'll tell you oh change them often change your passwords and then. I'm like well Shit. You keep changing your passwords enough. Now you're writing it down and all. Your passwords have written down all over the place. I can't remember 'cause I change it three times a month. You you use very password. I use a password. Manager has exactly to your point. You can't remember ninety passwords and or do write it down or you know like Larry. Yeah E. Dash Lanes. You know any there are many different brands. And then one of those gets hacked. And that's where I'm going right all I use it. I'M GONNA protect myself putting all of my passwords here and then right so then they go in and they hacked bad because they're going to be the only hack one password everything they got all the past. Well you remember target had that breach for the number of credit card numbers and then I was in New York and the subway. If you put your credit card debit card in to the slot to buy a token pass stay criminals do something do it to get your information out of it so I remember something some lady a native New Yorker. Don't do that. You'RE GONNA get ripped off. Don't use that so you jump the rail. That's that's stations to gas stations. Atm's I mean that happens. I mean on one hand. Those those those are good protective mechanisms in terms of like it and this is a little bit off subject but I was in la Maybe three weeks ago whatever. It was And I tried to use my debit card at a gas station. That was obviously outside of my neighbor. Who could live in San Diego and I was in l. a? And this was not the best area of La. But I mean coming from. Chicago is like terrible. I like look around here. E-right quite that but but my credit card company declined to like right away. So can you Steve What are you doing there kind of thing or maybe? It was triggered by cleverly micrographics. Right you know something like that so so. Can you tell your credit card companies or can you tell your bank or like what? What can you do in terms of? I guess like levels of security that you can enact so that they can alert you if XYZ happens. Like because I I was stunned I was like I just gotTa get gas like. Why are you not letting me get declined? Decline decline and of course then later that day look at my phone. I was like did you attempt to yes. I need a Gas. So yeah well how do you? How do you do that so I do? Alert so every transaction that I have in my credit card it will come every transact. Yeah so would you consider that threshold you can say? Hey every transaction more than X. amount but or either emails or texts me so my business credit card I wanNA know every transaction that it's in because then I can take action right away and I don't WanNa be stranded traveling snob able to use my business credit car. Sure but so you could do that. And you know all banks will have that capability definitely so that that is one thing that everyone can do or and I'd imagine just I've did a bunch online too or still do ecommerce and you know the whole. It's better to beg for forgiveness than ask permission. It's not necessarily the same with credit card companies like you should tell them ahead. I'm going to China. I'm going to Israel I'm going to this place. Let them know why. GotTa be China Israel and I was just going there now. They're probably right cheap. I called my credit card. I did not want to take a debit card. Wanted to take a credit card. I.

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"theft" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

09:48 min | 2 years ago

"theft" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"Today in true crime is supported by better help. Online counseling people often portray their happiest self to others. Whether it's at work or on social media we often make it appear that we have everything figured out but a lot of times. We don't I know that I don't and if you're like me it's not always easy to ask for help and find signed counseling. This is where better help can help you. Better help offers. Licensed counselors who specialize in a variety of issues including depression and anxiety things. I eighty as well as trauma anger family relationships and so many others and if finding a counselor that lives close to you has been an issue. Better help allows you to connect privately with your counselor through text chat phone and video calls. You can get help at your own pace and on your own time and and best of all you can get help. At an affordable rate today in true crime listeners will get ten percent off their first month with Discount Code today in true a crime. That's better help dot com slash today in true crime. Why not get help better help dot com slash today in true crime now back to the story? On December nineteenth nineteen eighty eighty. Three to unknown thieves broke into the Brazilian football. Confederation's Rio de Janeiro offices went to the third floor assaulted faulted the nightwatchman and stole the jewels. Remai- trophy the original trophy has never been recovered. But the extraordinary history history of the jewels Romay trophy began long before its infamous. Nineteen eighty-three theft. I given to Uruguay in nineteen thirty. The trophy was originally named victory. After the Greek goddess it was modelled on designed by the French sculptor Abell of floor. The trophy was is approximately fourteen inches high and weighed just under eight and a half pounds. It was made of Sterling. Silver enshrined in gold plaguing and sat on an octagon base made of lapis Lazuli in nineteen thirty eight. Italy won the World Cup and the trophy was is housed in Rome. When World War Two broke out? The trophy was still in Rome. But the president of the Italian Football Federation. Oh Torino Barassie. She feared that the Nazis would steal it as they had done with so many other famous works of art so Barassie snatched the trophy out of the bank where it was is being held and hit it in his home. Nazi soldiers eventually caught wind of Barossa scheme and searched his house but but they didn't do a thorough job. They never checked the shoebox under the bed so the trophy survived the war unharmed in nineteen forty six it was renamed the Jews remai- after the president of Viva who passed the vote to create the World Cup for the next twenty years. It bounced back and forth between European victors and South American. Victors but when it came time for the nineteen eighteen sixty six world cup. The trophy was nowhere to be found. The nineteen eighty-three the three heist wasn't the first time someone stole the Jewels Remain Trophy on March twentieth. Nineteen sixty six three months before for the tournament was to begin. The trophy was on display during a stamp exposition at Westminster Central Hall in London. When the guards went to check on the trophy around noon they discovered? It was missing despite the heavy foot traffic at the exhibition. No one saw the theft. Take place a few days later. Joe mears the President of Britain's Football Association received a ransom demand. The demand was sent it by a man calling himself Jackson and he wanted fifteen thousand pounds. The police set up a sting operation to bring in Miss Jackson Jackson and successfully arrested a man named Edward Benchley but they quickly discovered he didn't have the trophy on March twenty seventh nineteen sixty six seven days after the jewels. romay trophy was first stolen. David Corbett took his black and white Collie Ali pickles out for a walk in their south London neighborhood. Pickles attention was focused on something near Corbett's neighbors car when Corbett went to go see what all the fuss was about. He noticed something wrapped in newspaper. It was the Jews Ra may trophy to this day. It remains a mystery as to how the trophy wound up on the street in south London. Pickles was hailed as a national hero. Oh but not. Everyone was delighted by the adorable end of the fiasco. Brian Tobel the head of the Brazilian Sports Confederation famously said it would never have happened in Brazil. Even Brazilian thieves love football. And would never commit this. This sacrilege those words would come back to haunt him. In nineteen seventy Brazil won the World Cup for the third time Jules romay himself had declared that whichever country was the first to win the tournament three times would be given the right to house the trophy in perpetuity pituitary so a new trophy. The now iconic fee World Cup trophy was created and first awarded the nineteen seventy four World World Cup as for the jewels. Romay for thirteen years. It stayed in Rio de Janeiro until December Nineteenth Nineteen nineteen eighty three when word got out that the jewels remain trophy had been stolen. The world was shocked. The head of the Brazilian Football Bowl Confederation made a public plea for its return declaring that the spiritual value of the cup is far greater than its material wealth breath on December twentieth the day after the robbery to unnamed men were arrested for the crime according to Martin Atherton and his book the theft of the jewels remain trophy the hidden history of the nineteen sixty six World Cup. These two men were former janitors. At the Brazilian Zillion Football Confederation Atherton also states that when the night watchman was questioned by the police his story was oddly contradictory leaving them to believe the robbery was actually an inside job. Although it's unclear if the night watchman was ever arrested Arrests Russ aside the authorities. Couldn't track down the trophy. The jewels Romay trophy was never seen again. After December nineteenth eighteenth nineteen eighty-three there several theories as to the ultimate fate of the trophy eighty but the most widely accepted is that it was melted down and sold as hunks of gold and Silver Atherton claims that the value of the trophies. Oh fees gold plating at the time was around thirteen thousand dollars which would be around thirty three thousand five hundred dollars today but only time will tell if the jewels remai- trophy survived. Its nineteen eighty-three theft. Perhaps it will be unearthed in in an antique shop. Perhaps it will be discovered in a shoe box under a bed. Perhaps another dog will save the day or or perhaps the Jews remained trophy will remain lost a mystery for the rest of time. Thanks for listening to today in true. Crime I'm Vanessa. Richardson today in in true. Crime is a podcast original. You can find more episodes of today in true crime and all other podcast originals for free on spotify not only spotify. I already have all of your favorite music but now spotify is making it easy for you to enjoy all of your favorite podcast originals like today and true crime for free from your phone desktop or smart speaker to stream today and true crime on spotify. Just open the APP and type today in true crime in the search bar at park cast. Were grateful for you our listeners. You allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram at par cast I and twitter at par cast network. We'll be back with a brand new episode tomorrow in True Crime. Today in true crime was created by Max Cutler is a production of cutler media and is part of the podcast network it is produced by Max Ron Cutler sound design by Andy Weights with production assistance by Ron Shapiro Carly Madden Freddie Beckley and Joel Stein. This episode today in true crime was written by Joe Gara- With it's writing assistance by Maggie admire. I'm Vanessa Richardson..

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"theft" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"theft" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"More and spend less and don't let anyone ever rip you off one of our team card members from our website Laura is with me now and Laura is here because she like who knows how many of us the theft victim and when you have your identity breached and it can be so many different ways an account gets compromise somebody opens an account as if they're you there are many many many layers to identity theft you don't know where it comes from but in your case you do how are you unique among us they you actually feel like you know where your identity theft problems came from well I went to the Equifax claims site put in my information and lo and behold found out that I was a eligible to file a claim but there are a hundred and fifty million of us whose information was compromised and the Equifax case but you have had a series of issues involving indemnity theft what kind of things have happened to you since the Equifax data breach was was made aware couple years ago since the breach I had someone open a credit card in my name and nearly run it up to its full capacity the fraudsters then tried to apply for multiple loans cell phone service in my name and and who knows what else them but it's goes on I can't remember everything off the top of my head so this happened with the Equifax breach became known a couple years ago when was the first time that this person was successful opening your credit card is if they're you if I remember it was June or July of twenty seventeen and unfortunately I wasn't paying attention to my information and didn't find out until November I was really lucky that they didn't do more damage than what they were able to get away with so you then started the whole affidavit thing and you had to let their credit card company know that you weren't having a grand time running up this account how long did it take after that for them to say okay Laura you're not the person who got this card and we're removing this from your credit well I was really lucky because they unfortunately opened with a credit union credit unions are amazing and very responsive and so we were able to get things straight down with them immediately by you know the overall damage control for everything they would try to do two weeks of phone calls and so you had not had your credit frozen obviously at that time how you get that mail right everything's prison and and or or locked down in secure and got my credit card account open so I'm constantly monitoring activity now and your credit score is it back okay you after.

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"theft" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"theft" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Theft market access for us firms and most importantly enforcement mechanisms in any new final deal between the US and China expected to resume later today. A threat of flood continues to grow in the Houston area has studied downpours Rover woman. Some roadside storm drains into the Harris County flood warning system website almost five inches of rain fallen in the first ninety minutes of that storm Thursday evening at the Barker addicts flood control dams, that's an Houston's western outskirts. Authorities have filed federal charges against the suspect and last month's synagogue shooting their San Diego. Jim Rupe tells more Robert brewer, the US attorney for the southern district of California announced federal civil rights and hate crime charges against nineteen year old John Ernest one hundred and nine counts, including fifty four counts of obstruction of free exercise of religious beliefs resulting in death and bodily injury in involving the attempt to kill that's one count for every person in the synagogue on April twenty seven each count carries a possible death penalty that is to seek death will be made by the US attorney general Ernest will answer to these federal charges next week. Jim roope. San Diego were priced its long-awaited IPO at forty five dollars per share Thursday valuing the world's largest ride hailing company at eighty two billion dollars. I'm Elliot Francis. Standing up, right? Helping out when things go wrong seeking the truth speaking how minds that just making the breaking..

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"theft" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"theft" Discussed on WJR 760

"Welcome back. My friends. Great to have you elrushbo with half my brain tied behind my back just to make it fair. You know, people have become victims of identity theft. They all say the same thing. They had no idea. What happened when it happened? Well, I mean, some people know when their credit cards stolen, when it's out of their wallet. But you don't need your credit cards stolen to have the data on it in somebody else's hands. It's one of the crimes one of the few crimes when it happens. The victim is unaware and can be unaware for in some cases months. You know, one person season unfamiliar loan statement arriving in the mailbox somebody else reports a steep drop in the credit score and gigantic Bill on the credit card. Then a collection agency starts calling you wanting money. So what the hell is this? Those are all signs that somebody has obtained your identity and has made off like a bandit without you knowing about it. Identity theft is a silent crime. Nobody storms in and masks makes her by lie down on the floor. Don't look up while I open the vault and run out with the stash. None of that happens with density theft. You do not know when it happens. That's why I have constantly suggested lifelock as the premier identity theft protection available. Their service includes a constant monitoring of online transactions yours. I mean, there's nobody studying what you're buying. It's not that. It's the chart and the graph that your behavior online creates and when there are large variations in that. That's what lifelock gets and Gary calls you and asks you for responsible for whatever's going nuts in your online profile. If it's you you say, so and they go away if it isn't you that means somebody's got your data, and is using it. And that's when lifelock gets into gear they have what's called the restoration team. And you get signed assigned somebody in that team to stay with you until whatever has gone wrong is fixed your reputation is cleaned up..

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