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I need a vacation.

Having a slice of pizza at a Sixers game 😳 🍕

😳 n an 80-29 victory in the Class AAA championship game.

Just reading through some stories on ESPN and I saw a story about the #1 basketball recruit committing to Gonzaga. This was a state championship score???

A center from Minnehaha Academy (Minnesota),

Holmgren going for 18 points, 13 rebounds and 7 assists in an 80-29 victory in the Class AAA championship game.


🚨EMERGENCY ALERT 🚨- Virginia age 16 + now eligible for vaccine

Sitting in my office I heard the emergency alert sound. I walked out to find out what it was.

Department of Health announces anyone over 16 can now get a vaccine.

I got an emergency text too.


Our State Bird would like to speak to the bird feeder manager...

The little company that broke into a Terrorists iPhone 5C

The FBI wanted to unlock the San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone. It turned to a little-known Australian firm.

The iPhone used by a terrorist in the San Bernardino shooting was unlocked by a small Australian hacking firm in 2016, ending a momentous standoff between the U.S. government and the tech titan Apple.

The tale of the unlocking of the terrorist’s iPhone, reconstructed through Washington Post interviews with several people close to the situation, shines a light on a hidden world of bug hunters and their often-fraught relationship with the creator of the devices whose flaws they uncover. Azimuth is a poster child for “white hat” hacking, experts say, which is good-guy cybersecurity research that aims to disclose flaws and disavows authoritarian governments.

Two Azimuth hackers teamed up to break into the San Bernardino iPhone, according to the people familiar with the matter, who like others quoted in this article, spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss sensitive matters. Founder Mark Dowd, 41, is an Australian coder who runs marathons and who, one colleague said, “can pretty much look at a computer and break into it.” One of his researchers was David Wang, who first set hands on a keyboard at age 8, dropped out of Yale, and by 27 had won a prestigious Pwnie Award — an Oscar for hackers — for “jailbreaking” or removing the software restrictions of an iPhone.

FBI officials were relieved but also somewhat disappointed, according to people familiar with the matter. They knew they were losing an opportunity to have a judge bring legal clarity to a long-running debate over whether the government may compel a company to break its own encryption for law enforcement purposes.


Ran across this on The Gilmore Girls

Those "vaccine" people got nothing on me.

It is so here’s what I did. I got one of those tracking shots “vaccine” they call it. Then I replaced the Sprint SIM card in my phone with a T-Mobile card but here’s the kicker, I then went to a 5G tower licked it and dry humped it (in that order) then went home and plugged in our 5G extender upstairs. I’m telling ya they won’t know where I am. North end of the house or south end - upstairs downstairs their equipment will be spinning like mad trying to find me.

COVID vaccines - something very important to remember

You thought this was just a campaign thing didn’t you?

Okay since you came by here’s a little BONUS for you

Nope. Not funny. Not funny at all. Nope not this 30 second clip. Nope.

I know this is Lounge stuff but come on, you need a laugh.

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