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    Hillary Clinton Wants to Be CEO of Facebook

    I saw that article, and knew she was again lying .. she want's to be "Queen of the Universe" and nothing less, because she "deserves it".
  2. FBI warns Russians hacked hundreds of thousands of routers www.reuters.com| WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The FBI warned on Friday that Russian computer hackers had compromised hundreds of thousands of home and office routers and could collect user information or shut down network traffic. Snip Infections were detected in more than 50 countries, though the primary target for further actions was probably Ukraine, the site of many recent infections and a longtime cyberwarfare battleground. Snip Earlier, Cisco Systems Inc (CSCO.O) said the hacking campaign targeted devices from Belkin International’s Linksys, MikroTik, Netgear Inc (NTGR.O), TP-Link and QNAP. read:https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-cyber-routers/fbi-says-foreign-hackers-have-compromised-home-router-devices-idUSKCN1IQ2DY
  3. Update: Police have pulled over a vehicle that matches the description of the suspected SUV at Northeast 16th and Glisan Street. Initial reports indicate a man has been taken into custody. Three women were hospitalized Friday morning following an apparent hit-and-run at Southwest Sixth Avenue and Montgomery Street in downtown Portland, according to witnesses at the scene. One woman is in critical condition at Oregon Health & Science University Hospital, a spokesperson said. Another is in serious condition and the third is in fair condition. Police say there may be a fourth victim who left the scene. One woman is in critical condition at Oregon Health & Science University Hospital, a spokesperson said. Another is in serious condition and the third is in fair condition. Police say there may be a fourth victim who left the scene. Snip Several witnesses say the vehicle was a blue, mid-sized SUV. Portland officers are searching the area for a 2005 Mazda Tribute, with front-end damage and a leaking radiator and the license plate number 491 JHT. A Portland police source said the registered owner of the SUV is flagged in the bureau's database as suicidal with mental health issues. Police also believe the crash was intentional based on witness statements. Snip Christopher Bond told The Oregonian/OregonLive that he was nearly hit by the vehicle and said the driver "gunned the motor" as it sped toward him after already hitting three people. read:http://www.oregonlive.com/portland/index.ssf/2018/05/multiple_casualties_in_downtow.html
  4. Yeah, people start and warm up their cars with their smart phones. I would rather do that manually. Lots of odd, and maybe dangerous things can happen with an unattended, running engine, in a car. Others don't care, they want the convenience and can't be troubled with safety.
  5. From Kim.com to twitter (Jack Dorsey).: "If you keep messing with our free speech @jack I will build a team to create a Twitter alternative, without censorship. Twitter could be toast within a year. I hear you’re hurting about the Trump presidency. Don’t let your frustration destroy your business. #StopTwitterCensorship" https://twitter.com/kimdotcom/status/970219100378038272?lang=en
  6. Twitter is a business. They can set any rules they like, as long as they're legal.. The thing to do is, to start a competing outfit. Kim.com recently warned twitter that he might. Twitter operates at a loss. They can't go on like that for ever, I'll look for the Kim waning. Remember, users sign (agree) the agreement (contract).
  7. I posted the agreement back on the second page. They have a special category for government offices. It falls under US or State law.
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    Breaking: Epstein Files released by FBI Vault

    From reading through about 2/3 of the documents, Epstein aside, I get the idea the FBI's press liaison is active, if that's the correct term? Anyone else see this, or am I dreaming?
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    DB Cooper Found, New Book Proves It

    Yeah, I've seen stuff in my field of work too. Heads look the other way and money flows.
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    DB Cooper Found, New Book Proves It

    Okay, I remember a friend being involved with the river money. But, this is the first I've heard of the $5K. From reading, it looks like the Team and the History CH are making another episode of the D B Cooper series. As entertainment goes, there is a lot of money to be made on this. That's a problem where a straight story and serious evidence are concerned. Did you see my last long post about the letter and code? What's your thinking?
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    DB Cooper Found, New Book Proves It

    Interesting. It's good that you and I are at odds on this as it may produce something. I have a serious interest in the "letter" and the coded sequence. It narrows the writer down to (what is being offered) one person. This is pretty recent stuff, as per FOIA. So, maybe it will sift out some more information. Rackstraw, if he isn't just collecting money, is indicating that he's Cooper. He told people in San Diego that he was Cooper (History CH) and won't deny it. But, that could be a ploy for movie contract money, which it seems he's getting.
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    DB Cooper Found, New Book Proves It

    Note to Not Starving, I just finished editing the above frame. It's got added material. The website linked above is worth a visit. Cooper's letter is reproduced there.
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    DB Cooper Found, New Book Proves It

    From Jan 2018 D.B. Cooper letter, newly released by FBI, offers startling coded clue that might reveal skyjacker Posted January 04, 2018 at 07:03 AM | Updated January 04, 2018 at 12:56 PM OregonLive.com Veteran journalist Bruce Smith, author of “D.B. Cooper and the FBI: A Case Study of America's Only Unsolved Skyjacking,” says Colbert’s reporting and research are impressive, but he worries that the TV producer became too focused on Rackstraw, leading him to “fit the facts” to his theory rather than following the evidence with an open mind. Snip But now Colbert has come upon perhaps the most interesting -- and most revealing -- piece of evidence yet: the Dec. 11, 1971, letter, which the FBI released last November after a Freedom of Information Act request by Colbert’s team. In the month following the skyjacking, a handful of letters from “D.B. Cooper” were sent to various newspapers (including The Oregonian). The FBI’s investigators tended to view the notes as hoaxes, but the Dec. 11 letter -- which went to the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, the Seattle Times and the Washington Post -- was different. Snip Then there are the seemingly random strings of numbers and letters at the bottom of the page. The bureau’s investigators didn’t know what to make of them. In a Dec. 15, 1971, internal case memo, the FBI laboratory wrote of one of the sequences: “The significance of the number ‘717171634*’, appearing next to the copy count in the lower left corner on the face of the letter, remains unknown.” It has remained unknown for 46 years -- until, quite possibly, a month ago. Rick Sherwood, a relatively new member of Colbert’s team, has made sense of it and the other odd number/letter combinations in the letter. Sherwood served in the Army Security Agency, the military’s elite signals-intelligence outfit, during the Vietnam War. He describes the training as “the equivalent of two years of college in 16 weeks. It was tough.” Snip Rackstraw said last year that he was cooperating with film producers, who he refused to name but who it seems are only interested in his story if it includes him jumping out of a Northwest Orient commercial airliner in November 1971. Said Rackstraw: “They’re paying me to tell the story they want to hear.” -- Douglas Perry Photos and commentary http://www.oregonlive.com/history/2018/01/db_cooper_letter_recently_rele.html
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