A vigorous discussion of ideas facing society today.
It’s past Halloween, but this is still funny.
A phone scammer, who sounds so sketchy and asks questions a real government official never would, tries to fool a lawyer.
Here’s another such scam call. One tell is that they want people to go to a department store or Walmart.
IRS doesn’t audit people and then call them. They send you a letter about an audit and give you a chance to attend and go through a formal hearing.
What’s sad is this sometimes works. I’m sure it would work even more in some countries where there’s no due process or people fear the government more.
Odd that the scammer insists that his victim pay the agent directly.
I just heard about a body language expert’s YouTube Channel. What’s cool is she evaluates the body language shown in various big news events.
She didn’t post a hearing analysis of the Judge Kavanaugh’s testimony at the hearing. She seems to do these for several major people/events.
I can’t believe I never heard of Jeanne Robertson, a super perceptive comedienne whom I just discovered on YouTube. Her humor centers on her home life and old and young can watch, even in the same room.
This story of how she and her husband handled an errant son is priceless.
I’m becoming more and more of a fan of online learning. I really want to dig into Adobe Illustrator and PhotoShop yet since it’s so pricey, I have to go to the library to use it. I’m going back to the library tomorrow to try these styles.
What are you learning? It doesn’t have to be a software program.
You’ll want to think twice before taking pills made in China.
Dignified and thorough, Sharyll Attkisson’s a great journalist and her Full Measure offers several great reports on dozens of pertinent topics. Add her to your news diet.