Yesterday I was scammed out of $300. The scammers seemed so legitimate and were so smooth, that even the police officer that I filed the report with said he would have fallen for it. They represented themselves as being from “Apple, Inc.”, had the Apple logo on the phone call screen, and even sent Apple-looking e-mail confirmations and instructions to my email. But they weren’t from Apple. I suspect d a scam at several points during the interaction, but the official-looking trademarks and communications had me fooled. NEVER GIVE THEM A GIFT CARD NUMBER, THOUGH! That is a telltale sign of a SCAM! Lesson learned.
Content Rating PG, for the most part
I try to keep the content of my posts in the PG range (meaning that maybe your 13-year-old should not read it... Just kidding!) - you know, something I could get away with tastefully in the town square without getting lynched, tarred-and-feathered, or hung (and something my mother would NOT wash my mouth out with soap for). As far as what age you have to be to understand some of the subtleties of my humor in writing and/or speaking, well... That may vary. A lot.