Hurricane Harvey Unearths Strange Creature Hurricane Harvey unearthed a strange sea creature that was found on a beach in Texas City, Texas. The unknown creature constitutes a nightmare of gigantic proportions. An employee of the National Audobon Society, Preeti Desai, posted this picture on Twitter asking for an identification of the animal. To view the [...]
Hurricane Harvey Unearths Strange Creature
Hurricane Harvey unearthed a strange sea creature that was found on a beach in Texas City, Texas. The unknown creature constitutes a nightmare of gigantic proportions. An employee of the National Audobon Society, Preeti Desai, posted this picture on Twitter asking for an identification of the animal. To view the dead animal as well as finding out what species it is, click on https://video.search.yahoo.com/yhs/search?fr=yhs-adk-adk_sbnt&hsimp=yhs-adk_sbnt&hspart=adk&p=strange+sea+creature+unearthed+in+texas#id=8&vid=fec463246f9f6d21d9ba3df45b9f732c&action=click. Whatever its name, I don't want to meet up with it anytime soon. An additional site which offers a photo of the creature is https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8C5hf2qFFHc&ytbChannel=null. Don't look at this at bedtime. To identify any marine creature, visit http://fishbase.org/search.php. Note: Use google to find this site. Yahoo can't find the URL.Equifax Hack Presents Problems For 143 Million People
The recent Equifax Credit Bureau hack has put the personal information of 143 million people at risk. Many organizations have offered people advice about how to deal with this hack. One of the better sites offering consumer help is the Public Interest Research Group, PIRG. If you are concerned about this hack, visit http://www.uspirg.org/blogs/blog/usp/consumer-tips-and-faq-about-equifax-breach. The site offers action tips as well as frequently asked questions, FAQs about what measures individuals can take to protect their data. I encourage a visit to this site as well as a visit to the www.ftc.gov/ site for unbiased advice. Be careful, people.
Visit This Site To View Horny Beings
Yesemails has done it again. Interested viewers can view 10 photos of weird animal antlers. For a good laugh, surf over to http://www.yesemails.com/animals/largesthorns/. Enjoy.
Are You Ready To Cut The Cord?
24/7 Wall Street reports that more than 22 million people have 'cut the cord' by dropping cable company services. The site says that this trend is more pronounced among younger citizens who are presumed to have higher technical skills than the rest of us. Cable companies such as Disney and ESPN now find themselves losing viewers. To learn more about this trend, visit http://247wallst.com/media/2017/09/14/army-of-people-cutting-cords-hits-22-million/. To counter this movement, some cable companies have resorted to lowering fees for service. A call to your cable company may help lower your monthly costs as well.
Dating Vocabulary Increases
It seems that modern dating has evolved a new vocabulary. This new jargon has not been of use to me for more than 30 years. But, in the interest of popular culture education, the following dating terminology is offered. For example, 'bread-crumbing' does not refer to Hansel and Gretel but to 'when… someone sends a consistent stream of really complimentary texts including sentiments such as 'missing you', but does not follow up with plans for a meeting.' We used to call this 'teasing' or 'leading someone on.' A more serious term is 'stealthing.' This term defines the act of males removing a condom during sex without obtaining a partner's permission.' A Yale University law student invented this term through research and found the practice to be widespread. To learn more about modern sex vocabulary, click on http://journalgazette.net/features/20170907/dating-scene-has-whole-new-vocabulary. And so it goes.