Born To Be Miserable

Saturday, January 8, 2011

Born to Be Miserable and The Bexley Police by Kimberly Koerber-Bauer-Koerber

Offshore Drilling, my fiance, claims that he was a victim of some kind of hate attack the other day. This is his story:

1.  I was sitting in the cab near 18th and Summit
2.  A Pick up truck came speeding down the street and forced me to pull into a driveway.
3.  I could not see who the 'attacker' was because the truck had tinted windows, but it was a white pick up truck.
4.  I couldn't see driver or get the license plate number thanks to the speed of the incident.
5.  This happened at about 11:00 pm
6.  There were no injuries.

Then, about two days ago in the world of Motel One:
    at about 5:00 am on Wednesday night:
         1.  We were both in our room and heard the sound of glass shattering.
         2.  Then, not long after that, the sound of glass being swept into a pile was heard.
         3.  When looking outside, the ruckus stopped
         4.  Later that morning, the Bexley police were "on-the-job" and were in the parking lot doing the   
              incident report and talking with victims.

                                 Thanks, Bexley Police!!!
to be continued...

Thursday, January 6, 2011

"Curves" - a female, Christian based exercise facility in review


"Gee Whiz - I am so depressed!  Why can't I look like this model in the picture", is something I commented on on a regular basis.  God heard this lament, because I received in the mail a 30 day free 'gift membership to the local Curves, here in Bexley, Ohio on E. Mail Street.  The people there seemed very nice when I showed up today to be introduced to the equipment and their program.  The point is that during the winter months, people do suffer and Seasonal Affective Disorder, or season depression, is particularly bad news after the holiday season.

Pamela, the assistant manager there was interested in hearing my personal problems, which had to do with an interpersonal situation whereas my boyfriend, Offshore Drilling, was interested in throwing me out again, the day before, because I am a worthless bum with no income, thanks to an Ohio based cult (which he does not want to hear about) and  was not interested in having sex with him.  This may seem to be a personal lament but is a part of the cult.  Here's why.

Curves decided to tell me that my one free month was over on a Saturday morning, and I quit going back after that.  Curves would have the right to throw people off of their property for trespassing, so I said - Oh, ok...I need to pay attention to this before I get shot or thrown in jail for a minor reason, and so complied.

$10,000 to win, place, or sell by Kimberly Koerber-Bauer-Koerber

Hi!  I am Kimberly - a purebred White Westie, or West highland White Terrier.  I have an opinion also. I count also, don't I? 

I received the below email today.  The  thing is that I really BELIEVE that this sender means well.  However, United States policy developed in certain cases, innocently enough, created a 'craze' which SOLD OUT at a cheap price, United States Intelligence i.d.s ( no - not the Instinctual Drive - but the identity) of people on a list who were deceived and were not aware of what they were selling to whom. 

The below email could be another such case.  We in the United States now have diminished Federal Hubs and lack strength in many major cities for reasons like this.  Read on...
Thu, January 6, 2011 12:06:04 PM.. Question ... ;)

From: Shanice Add to Contacts

Are you a Mommy or Daddy?

If so, get your $10,000.00!
You should register for your $10,000 scholarship.
Use it for: rent, bills, or save it for your child's future.
Your choice.

Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Please God, don't let today's "word-of-the-day" be a "trend-of-the-new-year". AMEN! :)

with Anu Garg
A happy 2011 to all! The United Nations has declared 2011 as the International Year of Forests. Well, every year should be the year of forests. We start the new year with words related to the plant kingdom.




adjective: Resembling, branching like, or shaped like a tree.

From Greek dendron (tree). Earliest documented use: 1846.

"Above, branches spread a dendroid filigree across the sky."
Angus Wells; Dark Magic: The Godwars; Bantam; 1992.
Explore "dendroid" in the Visual Thesaurus.

What???? I cant Use PayPal or shut it down?

                     Not a very good New Year so far...... :(

                                                The Pay Pal people are crooks.....grrrrrrr
No bones for me via PayPal.

What????? My Facebook account is now suspended? Grrrrrrrrr

I was on Facebook earlier and got an email from Paul Simboli, a terrorist from Medina, Ohio.  The picture did not match the person I knew from high school at all.  Simboli was a smallish kid, smaller than others our age (he was one year younger - my sister's age), and he had curly brown hair and brown eyes.  The picture of a U.S. Military officer has a diffferent face and different coloring.  Simboli was supposed to be my sister Cheryl's friend on Facebook. 

A police report was made when my 'sister' reported this goon as her friend on
facebook, because this kid used to assault me on the way home from school , which he thought to be funny, not long after we moved to Medina, Ohio.  The thing is that I had no interest in being kicked hard or pounded with this goons fists so I went to the guidance office and found out that this kid was a backdoor neighbor who lived on Sandy L:ane when we lived on Walnut Drive.  He was someone I "thought" would be a man who had domestic violence charges or worse against him at some later time in life.  In addition to this, terrorists in general are able to get on "Facebook" and obtain information.  I wonder why my Facebook password would not work after I signed off once and tried to sign back on and ALSO,  I received a message that my Facebook account was suspended due to someone else meddleing with it - a message in a little box (as opposed to a message in a bottle).

I guess I really do not have freedom of speech on Facebook for some reason.  In addition to this, I saw on the news - NBC I think - that Facebook now had a Net Worth of 235 million dollars which seems like an incredibly inflated price.  I wonder how they came up with this information and  how this information aboput Facebook got on television to begin with.
                                                                   Arf, Arf, Arf......
                               V-E-R-Y  INTERESTING, (said with a German accent)
                                                                      But stupid!!!!

Regards, Kimberly! :)


These people sound great, but I cannot get ahold of them!!! :)

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Volunteer Cyber Army Emerges In Estonia by Tom Gjelten

A massive 2007 cyberassault, traced to Russia, highlighted the need for Estonia to set up a Cyber Defense League, a force of programmers, computer scientists and software engineers who in wartime would function under a unified military command.

I am so depressed about living in Ohio. Not only is the state not fortified in the cyberwar type of way, but "old crooks" and plain ols smartalecks intentionally get involved in conflicts with the police online and in real life. I am ready to leave and get into a more modern, upgraded place. Ohio has an old racket in place whereas anyone on our auditory or intelligence network who is not a crook selling drugs or part of one of the crime cartels is supposed to be attacked.  In addition to that, crooks went around with gangs and looted people who were alone.  Some of the perpetrators are blacks, others are whites, and the situation is sad, sad, sad in Ohio.  Administration refused for years to upgrade computer intelligence.  Sigh.
                                                      .....Better days ahead.......
                         Below is the article from NPR:

January 4, 2011

A massive 2007 cyberassault, traced to Russia, highlighted the need for Estonia to set up a Cyber Defense League, a force of programmers, computer scientists and software engineers who in wartime would function under a unified military command.

A massive 2007 cyberassault, traced to Russia, highlighted the need for Estonia to set up a Cyber Defense League, a force of programmers, computer scientists and software engineers who in wartime would function under a unified military command.

In April 2007, the Baltic republic of Estonia became the first country in the world to experience cyberwar. Government, financial and media computer networks were paralyzed by a series of attacks, which authorities ultimately concluded originated in Russia.

... years since that cyberassault, Estonia has distinguished itself once again: Now it is a model for how a country might defend itself during a cyberwar. The responsibility would fall to a force of programmers, computer scientists and software engineers who make up a Cyber Defense League, a volunteer organization that in wartime would function under a unified military command.

"[Our] league brings together specialists in cyberdefense who work in the private sector as well as in different government agencies," Defense Minister Jaak Aaviksoo says. The force carries out regular weekend exercises, Aaviksoo says, "to prepare for possible cyber contingencies."

The unit is but one division of Estonia's Total Defense League, an all-volunteer paramilitary force dedicated to maintaining the country's security and preserving its independence.

2007 Cyberattack Targeted Country
Aaviksoo says Estonian civilians are willing to be mobilized to defend their country because of their experience of invasion and occupation: by the Soviet Army in 1939, followed by the Germans in 1941 and then again by the Soviet Union, which occupied Estonia until it broke free in 1991.

"Insurgent activity against an occupying force sits deep in the Estonian understanding of fighting back," Aaviksoo says, "and I think that builds the foundation for understanding total defense in the case of Estonia."

The 2007 cyberassault followed a controversial government decision to relocate a Soviet war memorial, and authorities ultimately traced the attacks to Russia, which was angered by the government decision. In a speech last September, Aaviksoo described the attacks as "a coordinated attempt to destabilize our government."

Whoever the attacker was, the choice of cyberwar methods made sense. Estonia is one of the most wired countries on the planet. Eighty percent of Estonians pay their taxes online and engage in electronic banking.

The sense of cyber vulnerability in Estonia has been a key rallying point for the Cyber Defense League. No democratic country in the world has a comparable force, with computer specialists ready and willing to put themselves under a single paramilitary command to defend the country's cyber infrastructure.

Insurgent activity against an occupying force sits deep in the Estonian understanding of fighting back, and I think that builds the foundation for understanding total defense in the case of Estonia.

Defense Minister Jaak Aaviksoo
Aaviksoo says it's so important for Estonia to have a skilled cyber army that the authorities there may even institute a draft to make sure every cyber expert in the country is available in a true national emergency.

"We are thinking of introducing this conscript service, a cyber service," Aaviksoo says. "This is an idea that we've been playing around [with]. We don't have the mechanism or laws in place, but it might be one option."

Private Sector Cooperation
In the United States, most top cybersecurity experts work in the private sector and are not available for government duty, even in times of an emergency. Stewart Baker, who tried to coordinate cyberdefense efforts at the Department of Homeland Security under President George W. Bush, says a Cyber Defense League like Estonia has would have been helpful.

"It means people are keeping their skills up to date in the private sector, and those skills can be called on in an emergency, which is the only time the government really needs all of them," Baker says. "That's a very sensible approach, and I only wish we had the same kind of relationship with our [Information Technology] sector that they obviously have with theirs."

When top cybersecurity experts are willing if necessary to put themselves under a single paramilitary command, a country's computer networks can be defended more efficiently. In Estonia, as in the United States, the information technology underpinning the power, transportation and financial systems is largely in private hands. With the responsibility for defending that I.T. infrastructure split between government and private industry, there are always security gaps.

But Baker, a former general counsel at the National Security Agency, says it's been hard in the United States to promote public-private collaboration in cybersecurity.

"The people who work in IT in the U.S. tend to be quite suspicious of government," Baker says. "Maybe they think that they're so much smarter than governments that they'll be able to handle an attack on their own. But there's a standoffishness that makes it much harder to have that kind of easy confidence that you can call on people in an emergency and that they'll be respond."

Estonia's firsthand experience with cyberwar has probably made it easier for authorities there to implement innovative security measures, from its Cyber Defense League to a new requirement for using digital IDs to carry out many online transactions. Many countries would face resistance to such efforts. But that only means Estonia now has the opportunity to serve as a model, and NATO has recognized Estonia's efforts: The alliance's new Cyber Defense Center for Excellence has its headquarters there.

Sunday, January 2, 2011

Prayer for the New Year

Floral "Fireworks"
                        PRAYER FOR THE NEW YEAR

Grant me the strength from day to day
To bear what burdens come my way.
Grant me throughout this bright New Year
More to endure and less to fear.
Help me live that I may be
From spite and petty malice free.

Baby Chicks for the New Year
 Let me not bitterly complain
When cherished hopes of mine prove vain,
Or spoil with deeds of hate and rage
Some fair tomorrow's spotless page.
Lord, as the days shall come and go
In courage let me stronger grow.

Lord, as the New Year dawns today
Help me to put my faults away.
Let me be big in little things;
Grant me the joy which friendship brings.
Keep me from selfishness and spite;
Let me be wise in what is right.
A happy New Year! Grant that I
May bring no tear to any eye.
When this New Year in time shall end
Let it be said I've played the friend,
Have lived and loved and labored here,
And made of it a happy year.

         compliments of BeliefNet:

Can you win prizes online? hahahaha - no; not if you go to this site.

This is another farce. If you go to their website above, and already have an established account using an email address or addresses that they have, they will not send you the password for the account or accounts.  Since you cannot enter, you cannot win.  They win every time.  (This is like the Ku Klux Klan's thing in Ohio - only the KKK wins or their buddies who they 'pick' not the actual person.)   Hahahahahahaha  :(

I wonder if these people compile a list of victims whose email addresses they have to racketeer.


                                                                    Kimberly ! :)

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