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Strange but Amusing – Echo Park Time Travel Mart

A good friend of mine linked me to this earlier today.  Thats right! It is the Echo Park Time Travel Mart!  I need to go and take a look at this place myself…  I’m runnin dangerously low on anti-robot fluid!

 Have any of you been yet?  Give me details!

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Lunar Eclipse?

Did anyone catch the lunar eclipse tonight?  I caught the beginning but then it got cloudy and I missed out.  I was pictures!

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It’s all starting to wear on me

As my journal article deadline gets close, and midterms are even closer, I feel like I’m losing my mind just a little (a friend of mine would claim Dementia, but after reading some dementia information i don’t think dementia is the case here).  Though i enjoy multitasking, it is always a challenge balancing, work, school work, friends, family, and other extra curricular activities (volunteer and what not).  I love it all, but it’s starting to wear on me.  A vacation from it all would be welcome.

To manage all the different responsibilities I have I am thinking of using a personal task manager or maybe something more like LiquidPlanner.  At times I get overwhelmed with all the different tasks I need to complete, so it has become important to me to split everything up into small goals to prevent myself from being overwhelmed and shutting down.  I’ve found it be very effective and hopefully one of these tools will allow me to automate that system.

Time to get productive!

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They want to steal my identity.

I always knew credit fraud was a problem.  My credit card had been stolen, my parent cards, and I had friends whos credit cards had been stolen.  Clerking for the DA’s office, in high tech crimes, I got a taste for how far credit fraud could go.  From cases where one card had been compromised, to cases where individuals had stolen the credit card numbers and identities of dozens of people.  It is a little scary to think that everyday people are trying to steal your identity, trying to steal my credit cards, which will inevitably end in losses for me (loss of credit score, loss of time sorting out the problems that the criminal has caused, etc.). 

Credit card fraud is rampant, so here are some tips to help you steer clear of it.  In the end, you just need to be careful.  Watch your card, sign your card, be aware of charges on your card.  I also monitor my credit report.

Maybe these technologies an be more secure in the future.  I’m not sure how yet, but I’m still hopeful. 

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