Top Of My Head

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Date: August 30, 2006

Every 11 seconds, a customer returns to AT&T…

only to have their information stolen by hackers.

I heard an ad on the radio this morning encouraging me to come back to AT&T for my phone and high speed Internet services. Well, I don’t think so…

The savings, which isn’t much since the offer on the radio didn’t include Satellite, isn’t worth having to worry about my data being on their computers…

Don’t you agree?

God Bless

Gas Price Update…

I don’t know if you noticed, but gas prices have dropped from a high of $3.19 down to $2.89.  The price of a barrel of gasoline is $69.20.  Don’t feel bad for the oil companies, they are still making a profit of $0.43 per gallon, which is a profit margin of over 17%.

Just wanted to pass that on…

God Bless

They Left Him to Die…

Regular readers know that I do not advocate the death penalty. I am usually someone who wants the people to be placed in jail for life, but in the case of Liz and David Carroll, Jr, I’m willing to put aside my convictions.

Maybe, it’s just because I’m PMSing. Maybe, it’s just because Cheryl and I have spent thousands of dollars so we can have a child of our own. Maybe, it’s because I’m a grandmother and I can’t understand how anyone could be so heartless.

The Carroll’s wrapped this little innocent boy in a blanket and tied his hands behind his back and left him to die in a closet. I can’t imagine the pain and suffering this little guy had to go through before Jesus took him home, but just thinking about it brings tears to my eyes.

I want these people dead, dead, dead and more dead. I want them to be placed in a closet, wrapped in a blanket and tied up, all alone until the Devil calls them home. And, I want their mouths taped up, so the Good Lord above cannot hear their pleas for mercy.

I know I shouldn’t, but I do. At least I know I’m not a perfect Christian.

God Bless

Another PayPal Scam…

I received the following email from a PayPal scammer.  I’m posting it here so that all of my readers can be aware of this new way to get your account information.  I have reported it to PayPal.

If you receive an email like this, please, please, please DO NOT click anywhere on it.  Forward the email directly to spoof@paypal.com.  They will do their best to get the scammer site shutdown.

Julie



From: “PayPal” <support@paypal.com>
Sent: Wednesday, August 30, 2006 1:08 AM
To:
Subject: Please review your information!

 
 

Dear valued PayPal® member,

We recently reviewed your account, and suspect that your PayPal account may have been accessed by an unauthorized third part. Protecting the security of your account and of the PayPal network is our primary concern.

Therefore, as prevention measure, we have temporarely limited access to sensitive PayPal account features.We encourage customers to get their information up-to-date and change password often.

PayPal has assigned you an unique tracking number.
Unique tracking number :
8233105134

Please review your information after loging in. Use only your assigned unique URL.
Click this button to access your unique URL (! please read below for security tips) and gain full access:

For more information about how to protect your account, please visit PayPal’s Security Center.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, and appreciate your assistance in helping us maintain the integrity of the entire PayPal system. Thank you for your prompt attention to this matter.



P
ayPal has assigned you an unique tracking number. URL in your browser’s address bar should begin with ” http:// ” following your tracking number.

Unique tracking number :
8233105134




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