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  1. Maybe the guns won't fire because: Quote: I know what you're thinking. Did he fire six shots or only five? Well, to tell you the truth, in all this excitement, I've kinda lost track myself. But being as this is a .44 magnum, the most powerful handgun in the world, and would blow your head clean off, you've got to ask yourself one question: "Do I feel lucky?" Well, do ya,
  2. My wife and I feed pigeons on our balcony they are so cute and hungry they are Gods creatures why not feed them?
  3. Online dating has its ups and downs and as mentioned its part of today's society. I met my wife the old fashion way in church gong on 51 years in marriage.
  4. Author: Brianfull Krebs Antivirus and security giant Avast and virtual private networking (VPN) software provider NordVPN each today disclosed months-long network intrusions that — while otherwise unrelated — shared a common cause: Forgotten or unknown user accounts that granted remote access to internal systems with little more than a password. Based in the Czech Republic, Avast bills itself as the most popular antivirus vendor on the market, with over 435 million users. In a blog post today, Avast said it detected and addressed a breach lasting between May and October 2019 that appeared to target users of its CCleaner application, a popular Microsoft Windows cleanup and repair utility. full article here:https://krebsonsecurity.com/2019/10/avast-nordvpn-breaches-tied-to-phantom-user-accounts/
  5. Becky: Here is a outstanding website on passwords https://www.grc.com/haystack.htm
  6. Author: Zeljka Zorz, Managing Editor October 21, 2019 Czech security software maker Avast has suffered another malicious intrusion into their networks, but the attackers didn’t accomplish what they apparently wanted: compromise releases of the popular CCleaner utility. The discovery of the intrusion started with a security alert that flagged a malicious replication of directory services coming from an internal IP that belonged to the company’s VPN address range. “The user, whose credentials were apparently compromised and associated with the IP, did not have domain admin privileges. However, through a successful privilege escalation, the actor managed to obtain domain admin privileges,” Avast CISO Jaya Baloo explained. “After further analysis, we found that the internal network was successfully accessed with compromised credentials through a temporary VPN profile that had erroneously been kept enabled and did not require 2FA full article here:https://www.helpnetsecurity.com/2019/10/21/avast-breach-2019/
  7. Author: Dark Reading Staff Customer names, addresses, email addresses, and phone numbers were left open on a MongoDB server for 10 months, researchers report. A CenturyLink customer information database with some 2.8 milliion records was found exposed on the public Internet, exposing personal details of hundreds of thousands of its customers. Researchers from Comparitech and security researcher Bob Diacehnko found the misconfigured MongoDB database on Sept. 15. According to the researchers, the database - which was affiliated with a third-party notification platform used by CenturyLink - had been exposed for 10 months. It was locked down on Sept. 17, two days after the researchers alerted CenturyLink. Customer names, addresses, email addresses, and phone numbers were exposed. full article here:https://www.darkreading.com/attacks-breaches/centurylink-customer-data-exposed-/d/d-id/1336123
  8. Here is a deeper explanation of why: A question often posed by non-Catholics is, “Why do Catholics have a crucifix in your churches?” This is a very good question to ask! As Catholics, the crucifix plays a special role in the liturgical tradition of the Church. In most of our parish churches, the crucifix is given a place of honor and prominence, usually located centrally above the altar or tabernacle. When you walk through the doors of the church, the crucifix is one of the first things to grab your attention: The open arms of our Savior gladly welcomes and receives us into His Presence. In many non-Catholic churches, a simple cross is often used to adorn the “altar” area. There is a growing trend in many churches not to have any type of religious Christian symbol visible on the interior or exterior of the church, especially the cross. So why is the crucifix (a cross which holds an image of the crucified or suffering Jesus) so important in our Catholic tradition? Why not a simple plain cross, as is the custom in other Christian traditions? The Church requires that a crucifix be visible during the celebration of Mass to remind us of the sacrifice of Jesus on the altar of the cross, which is made present for us each time we celebrate the Holy Eucharist. A simple cross doesn’t have the same visual or spiritual impact. Many non-Catholics will state that “my Savior is risen” and that “having an image of the suffering Jesus on the cross takes away from the power of the Resurrection.” Catholics also believe that our Lord is risen, but we also need to be reminded of what Christ had to endure before the Resurrection could take place, namely his Passion and Death on the cross. The crucifix helps us better understand and appreciate our “theology of redemption.” For some non-Catholics, the image of the crucifix is somewhat “offensive” and perhaps a source of “discomfort.” Spiritually speaking, the crucifix can help us better accept and live the words of Christ to “deny yourselves, take up your cross daily, and follow Me” (Mt 16:24). When some type of suffering comes our way, the image of the crucifix can give us spiritual strength and inspiration. We know that the Crucifixion of Jesus is a one-time event that can never occur again in history. But it is an event which should never be forgotten. The image of the crucifix, whether it be placed in our homes, our churches, our schools, or our hospitals, makes sure that this sacrifice of our Lord for us is not forgotten. Sometimes key moments and events in history which can never be repeated are memorialized forever through a piece of artwork. One such image which comes to mind is the Iwo Jima statue located on the outskirts of Washington DC. This beautiful and inspiring sculpture memorializes the courage and bravery of the Marines who fought so gallantly in this important battle of World War II. As Christians, when we gaze lovingly upon the image of our suffering Lord on the cross, we are reminded of the depth of Christ’s redeeming love for us. A plain cross just doesn’t have the same impact. The crucifix is a visual reminder of Christ’s battle over sin, a battle in which He is the Victor! While Christ’s Death is memorialized forever in the image of the crucifix, we believe that our Risen Lord is with us, especially in His Sacramental Presence in the Holy Eucharist reserved in the tabernacle. As we gaze upon the crucifix, we see what Mary saw when she stood at the foot of the cross. What thoughts go through your mind when you look at the image of the crucifix? We know what Christ was thinking about when He hung upon the cross. He was thinking about us!
  9. I served from 1966 to 1969 U.S. Army during the Viet Nam conflict as war which cost us dearly.The following stats on how many men we lost. DCAS Vietnam Conflict Extract File record counts by CASUALTY CATEGORY (as of April 29, 2008 ) This table contains record counts based on the codes recorded in the “CASUALTY CATEGORY” field of the Vietnam Conflict Extract Data File. In the case of the “PRESUMED DEAD (BODY REMAINS RECOVERED)” and “PRESUMED DEAD (BODY REMAINS NOT RECOVERED)” categories of the table, the record counts are based on the codes in both the “CASUALTY CATEGORY” and “REMAINS RECOVERED” fields. Casualty CategoryNumber of Records ACCIDENT 9,107 DECLARED DEAD 1,201 DIED OF WOUNDS 5,299 HOMICIDE 236 ILLNESS 938 KILLED IN ACTION 40,934 PRESUMED DEAD (BODY REMAINS RECOVERED) 32 PRESUMED DEAD (BODY REMAINS NOT RECOVERED) 91 SELF-INFLICTED 382 Total Records 58,220
  10. Catholics and Protestants disagree regarding the exact number of books that belong in the Old Testament Scriptures. The dispute between them is over seven books, part of what is known as the Apocrypha: 1 and 2 Maccabees, Sirach (Ecclesiasticus), Wisdom (Wisdom of Solomon), Baruch, Tobit, Judith, and additions to Daniel and Esther.1 However, there are a number of reasons why the Old Testament Apocrypha should not be part of the Canon or standard writings of Scripture. Jesus implicitly rejected the Apocrypha as Scripture by referring to the entire accepted Jewish Canon of Scripture, “From the blood of Abel [Gen. 4:8] to the blood of Zechariah [2 Chron. 24:20], who was killed between the altar and the house of God; yes, I tell you, it shall be charged against this generation (Lk. 11:51; cf. Mt. 23:35).” The Apocrypha contains a number of false teachings (see: Errors in the Apocrypha). (To check the following references, see http://www.newadvent.org/bible.) The command to use magic (Tobit 6:5-7). Forgiveness of sins by almsgiving (Tobit 4:11; 12:9). Offering of money for the sins of the dead (2 Maccabees 12:43-45). The Apocryphal books do not share many of the characteristics of the Canonical books: they are not prophetic, there is no supernatural confirmation of any of the apocryphal writers works, there is no predictive prophecy, there is no new Messianic truth revealed, they are not cited as authoritative by any prophetic book written after them, and they even acknowledge that there were no prophets in Israel at their time (cf. 1 Macc. 9:27; 14:41).
  11. By Jay Peters Oct 19, 2019, 10:00am EDT The crowdfunded Pebble smartwatch officially died last June, but a group of dedicated Pebble fans are giving Pebbles second lives, as detailed in this great article on iFixit that you should go read. The Pebble launched to a record-breaking Kickstarter in 2012 because it looked like it had the potential to be the first good smartwatch. Part of the appeal was that it seemed ahead of its time — it could do things like show you notifications and help you control your phone’s music, which would become table stakes for smartwatches made by other companies in the years to come. But once the Apple Watch entered the market in 2015, it was game over for Pebble. The company was acquired by Fitbit in late 2016, and Fitbit eventually announced it would shut down Pebble’s web services, which included an app store, voice dictation, weather, and more. full article here:https://www.theverge.com/2019/10/19/20921584/pebble-smartwatches-second-life-rebble-alliance-fitbit-github-kickstarter
  12. Author: Brian [email protected] / 9:22 am EDT • October 19, 2019 Whatever you might say about HTC (and believe me, there’s plenty to say), at least the company takes some fascinating chance. As newly minted CEO Yves Maitre admitted to me at Disrupt a couple of weeks back, the once mighty smartphone giant has lost the thread in recent years. But if nothing else, the Exodus project marks a glimpse at some potential smartphone future. With this weekend’s launch of the Exodus 1s at Berlin’s Lightning conference, HTC aims to make it clear that the project is more than just a one-off. The new device lowers the barrier of entry to €219 (~$244). All said, not a bad price for those looking to dabble in the technology. Oh, and obviously it’s available in all of the various equivalent cryptocurrencies. full article here:https://techcrunch.com/2019/10/19/htc-launches-a-240-version-of-its-blockchain-phone/
  13. I do not accept the Catholic Bible and their extra books that have been added, I'm simply stating their position. I use to and was raised Catholic so I thought it would be of interest to the forum, however if you wish I won't post anymore on this issues.
  14. I'm not turning this into a pole, I want to observe the remarks from guest/and members on their postion
  15. ...LIBERALS–Generally believe in governmental action to achieve equal opportunity and equality for all, and that it is the duty of the governmentto reduce community issues and to protect civil liberties and individual and human rights.Also believe the role of the government should be to guarantee that no one is in need.Liberal policies generally emphasize the need for the government to solve people's problems.Liberals are often referred to as being on the LEFTwhen put into a political spectrum.Democrats are often viewed as more libera. CONSERVATIVES–Generally believe in personal responsibility, limited government, free markets, individual liberty, traditional American values and a strong national defense.Also believe the role of government should be to provide people the freedom necessary to pursue their own goals.Conservative policies generally emphasize empowerment of the individual to solve problems.Conservatives are often referred to as being on the RIGHTwhen put into a political spectrum.Republicans are often viewed as more conservative. **** NOTE **** the complete comparison is long you can read the complete article here: http://wp.lps.org/tnettle/files/2013/12/Liberal-vs-Conservative.pdf
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