Been meaning to post this video from Dave Ramsey for a while now. With consumerism and over extended credit lines finally catching up with America, I’m hoping you’ll see more people taking the mentality that is shown in this video:
Found out about this interesting little tool the other day. It’s called Spam Mimic and basically it encrypts your text to make it appear as spam. Here’s the description of the service from the web site:
There are terrific tools (like PGP and GPG) for encrypting your mail. If somebody along the way looks at the mail they can’t understand it. But they do know you are sending encrypted mail to your pal.
The answer: encode your message into something innocent looking.
Your messages will be safe and nobody will know they’re encrypted!
There is tons of spam flying around the Internet. Most people can’t delete it fast enough. It’s virtually invisible. This site gives you access to a program that will encrypt a short message into spam. Basically, the sentences it outputs vary depending on the message you are encoding. Real spam is so stupidly written it’s sometimes hard to tell the machine written spam from the genuine article.
I don’t know how useful this would be since I’m guessing most spam filters would catch this and delete it, but nonetheless, neat idea.
This is quite a few years old, sometime in the mid nineties (I think), but it is worth watching again if you have already seen it.
Texas state representative, Suzanna Gratia-Hupp, whose parents were killed by a gunman while her gun was out in the car, gives very moving and bold testimony about the REAL reason that the second amendment was designed to protect our right to keep and bear arms.
I love this guy. Definitely one of the funniest around right now.
The author of this letter, Lou Pritchett, is a well-known public speaker who retired after a successful 36-year career as the VP World Sales for Proctor and Gamble. I’d love to hear the counter arguments to the points made below.
AN OPEN LETTER TO PRESIDENT OBAMA
Dear President Obama:
You are the thirteenth President under whom I have lived and unlike any of the others, you truly scare me.
You scare me because:
Finally, you scare me because if you serve a second term I will probably not feel safe in writing a similar letter in 8 years.