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From the desk of Mike Williamson, SurvivalBlog’s Editor At Large: It is very important, if one must use Facebook or other social media, that one NOT put personal information such as phone number, address, or birthday on these. The information becomes findable with a Google search. Additionally, Google archives the posts. I have had a stalker complain about a post I made a year ago, and a comment I made to another post two years ago. Most of Facebook’s monitoring of “Standards” is contracted out to companies who hire in Morocco, Indonesia, and other nations with both high levels of poverty and lesser concerns for background checks. Assume anything at all that you put in social media is immediately available to any stalker, agency, or foreign threat.

Remember that for advertising purposes, you are not Facebook’s customer, you are the product.

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Written from an obviously anti-Bundy viewpoint, this article on the arrest of Cliven Bundy nevertheless provides some details about the charges against him, all apparently stemming from the 2014 standoff. Oregon standoff: Cliven Bundy faces six federal charges over 2014 confrontation – B.B.

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SurvivalBlog reader T.P. sent this articled in with the warning: “Take your kids shooting. This will be coming to America.” Shocking new ISIS video shows four-year-old British boy dubbed ‘Jihadi Junior’ blowing up four alleged spies in a car bomb What a perverted shame, using a 4-year-old child like this for propaganda.

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Reader C.D. noted that the coat-tent-sleeping bag suggested yesterday is nothing new. Wiggys.com has had a better version of it for many years.

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