Sony Attack 



Good Morning, ,

Today is Monday, December 22

Thank you, Roy!

A fiend sent me this recipe:
Baked French Toast, one pan instead of standing at the stove 
flipping bread while everybody else eats.
http://myfridgefood.com/recipes/breakfa ... nch-toast/

I don't think I am supposed to eat that, but it sure is 
tempting!

Have FUN!
DearWebby


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Today's Bonehead Award goes to a
Florida man arrested after he says 
he lied about being shot 
Details at Boneheads

Today, in 
1895 German physicist Wilhelm Röntgen made the first X-ray, 
 of his wife's hand.
More of what happened on this day in history at History
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______________________________________________________ reported by Don An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD goes to Michael Weldon, 46 Ocala Florida Man arrested after he says he lied about being shot A man who showed up at a restaurant claiming he had been shot and that he apparently had killed the shooter was arrested by Ocala police on Friday for filing a false report. While 46-year-old Michael Weldon, who has an extensive criminal history, was being taken to the Marion County Jail by Officer Sean Young, he told the official he was just trying to have some fun and thought “he would get a sandwich from Applebee’s for his story.” His story was anything but funny to police, who had dispatched at least a dozen officers and Ocala Fire Rescue personnel to various areas investigating Weldon’s allegation that he had been shot. A waitress at the popular fast food chain told officers Weldon was standing in the patio section leaning against a table holding his side. Appearing to be in pain, the employee saw what appeared to be blood by Weldon’s feet. Asked if he was fine, Weldon told the woman he had been shot and showed her what looked like a bullet hole in his jacket. He then asked for some water and the employee told her manager, who called police. The manager said that when she talked with Weldon, he told her he was shot and was holding his right side. Weldon said he was tussling with another man in the woods near Sears and had to kill the man. He wouldn’t say why he killed the man or why he was shot. Officers, who arrived at the location and were quizzing Weldon, examined him and discovered he was not shot. He didn’t want to tell officers what happened, other than to say that “I took care of it, I don’t want to tell anybody,” according to the report. As he was being transported to Sears, he told an officer that he was “just having fun,” and told people at the bar that he was joking. Officers recovered betadine in Weldon’s pocket, which he allegedly used to make the appearance of blood. Officers searched the woods, which was clear, and checking his jacket, they found the hole was actually a burn from a cigarette. Court documents show Weldon has multiple convictions dating back to 2005 for offenses including battery, retail theft and disorderly conduct. Weldon was convicted of burglary of a structure and released just two months ago. Tech Support Pits From: Smurf Re: Attack on Sony Dear Webby I read that "US rejects North Korea offer to investigate Sony hack", and stands firm in it's allegations. Which seem to be routine blustering and bullshit. Hasn't it been established that the hack was caused with a worm, that might have been snuck into the Sony network by a discgruntled employee, or some dimwit, who wanted some utility, that came with a nasty payload? Smurf Dear Smurf Yes, you are right, as usual. North Korea probably got involved with gleefully spreading what the hackers dug out, AFTER the hackers had posted their harvest on the net. The worm, that let the hackers in and allowed them to export all kinds of sensitive data was most likely made in the USA or Russia, and is apparently in use by many hackers to snoop and break in wherever they can. It is not new and is a well documented worm and method. The better Anti-malware programs like McAfee and Malwarebytes protect you against it, but if some bozo gets impatient when Malwarebytes slows down a computer while it does a scan, and shuts it off, then that is like riding a motorcycle with the helmet hanging on the handdlebar. Kinda stooopid. However, we don't even know whether Sony DID have decent malware protection, or just a snooty IT department, that figured their own stuff was good enough. Fact is, that SMB worm let one or two hackers quietly sneak in and export tons of stuff without their IT department noticing it. It was NOT a big Denial-Of-Service attack by North Korea renting a Russian Botnet for $50,000 and battering down Sony's defenses. If that had been the case, the Sony IT department would have noticed it immediately, instead of reading in the news about stuff, that had been exported and published. Sure, North Korea was miffed about that movie, and it would be typical for them to take any credit for ANYTHING happening to Sony, but it is very unlikely, that they paid a hacker to go after Sony. They would be too paranoid about the hacker doing the same thing to them. Have FUN! DearWebby ______________________________________________________ If you can help with the cost of the Humor Letter, please donate what you can! ______________________________________________________
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Candelabras

Today in 
1775 A Continental naval fleet was organized in the rebellious 
 American colonies under the command of Ezek Hopkins. 
1807 The U.S. Congress passed the Embargo Act, designed to 
 force peace between Britain and France by cutting off all 
 trade with Europe. 
1895 German physicist Wilhelm Röntgen made the first X-ray, 
 of his wife's hand. 
1910 U.S. Postal savings stamps were issued for the first 
 time. They were discontinued in 1914. 
1941 British Prime Minister Winston Churchill arrived in 
 Washington for a wartime conference with U.S. President 
 Franklin Roosevelt. 
1956 The last British and French forces evacuated Egypt. 
1961 James Davis became the first U.S. soldier to die in 
 Vietnam, while U.S. involvement was still limited to the 
 provision of military advisers. 
1989 Romania's hard-line Communist ruler, Nicolae Ceausescu, 
 was overthrown in a popular uprising. 
1991 The body of Lt. Col. William R. Higgins, an American 
 hostage murdered by his captors, was found along a highway 
 in Lebanon. 
1998 A unit of RJR Nabsico pled guilty to attempting to smuggle 
 cigarettes into Canada. 
2014  smiled.


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