IRS calling? Nope, It’s a scam (Latest Report NEWS.COM)



Thank you from Google! – looks like I have a job at Google that I’m not aware of. – seriously, who’s spamming this crap?

Ok, this is what I see:


We just received your resume and would like to thank you for your interest in
working at Google. This email confirms that your application has been submitted
for an open position.

Our staffing team will carefully assess your qualifications for the role(s) you
selected and others that may be a fit. Should there be a suitable match, we
will be sure to get in touch with you.

Click on the attached file to review your submitted application.

Have fun and thanks again for applying to Google!

Google Staffing

Happy Birthday Warren Buffet

Tech Billionaire Woman at Burning Man Struck and Killed by Bus


Hope Larry and Sergey’s tent has someone their to say it was a false report.

Therez really no way of finding out simce people at Burning Man have very limited access to cell phone and Internet.


Who pleaded the 5th?

Just got out of the club

How can they destroy a blackberry when some slave could of used one.

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Burning Man closed due to rain

Insects and it’s immune system? – what’s the purpose of insects?

Insects are a highly designed and vital part of the whole ecology of Planet Earth. When you start talking about insects, most people think of the problems insects bring into their lives. We have all had problems with insects that sting or bite. We know about insects that thrive in places where water or filth have crept into human structures, and we know that some insects can actually eat the wood or other materials in our house. The fact is, however, that all of these negative things are actually a reflection of the beneficial things that insects bring us. Insects provide us with food by pollinating plants. Even insects that we consider a nuisance are actually pollinating insects. Seventy-five percent of all mosquitoes are actually pollinators, and most insects that sting serve man by their pollinating activities. The fact is that when an insect stings or bites, it is not to eat us, but to prevent us from damaging the insect or his home. How would man survive without pollination of his fruit trees and vegetable crops?

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