RANT: Shouldn’t someone be demanding mandatory autopsies for all sudden surprise deaths?


US track and field star Tori Bowie – who won Olympic gold at Rio 2016 and two world titles in her sprinting career – dies aged 32

  •     According to her management company, sprinter Tori Bowie has died 
  •     Bowie had won multiple world titles and Olympic gold in the 4X100m relay
  •     DailyMail.com provides all the latest international sports news

By Jake Fenner and Kate Mcgreavy For Dailymail.Com
Published: 08:33 EDT, 3 May 2023 | Updated: 09:58 EDT, 3 May 2023

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American sprinter and Olympic gold medalist Tori Bowie has died at the age of 32.

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Doesn’t anyone think that all these sudden deaths of people is some way related to the Covid “vaccinations”?

I can not EVER remember more than one or two in ALL my decades on this earth.  Len from Maryland was the only one that stands out and he was found to have a congenital heart defect.

It can be a coincidence.  And, some politicians, bureaucrats, and Big Pharma execs should be on trial for murder!



SECURITY: Email is NOT secure; password resets by email is just stupid!


Protect your money: AT&T email accounts under attack by hackers
Onur Demirkol
Apr 28, 2023

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A recent report says that hackers have been breaking into email addresses provided by AT&T and stealing huge amounts of cryptocurrency.

According to a report from Tech Crunch, unknown hackers have been hacking email addresses provided by AT&T to steal cryptocurrency from users. The report says that the attacks started at the beginning of April by a gang of cybercriminals. They found a way to hack into email addresses and steal people’s money on crypto.

The hackers have gained access to a section of AT&T’s internal network, allowing them to generate mail keys for any user. Mail keys are used by AT&T users to log into their accounts with third-party apps like Outlook without using their passwords. In other words, they are a kind of “secure measure” that allows log-ins from third-party apps.

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If you own an email account provided by AT&T, you might want to improve your security measures or the different precautions. The affected email addresses include att.net, sbcglobal.net, bellsouth.net, and other AT&T email addresses.

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As a former Wall Street InfoSec guy, I never allowed my enterprises passwords to be reset by email.

Guess I was a little ahead of my time and a lot of good it did me.