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SILLYHEART21
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SILLYHEART21,
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5/16/2019 | 12:04:27 PM
Linked In-Can't connect with you
Dude likely this story is awesome but did you know that on LInked In you have to have the premium package or something ridiculous to connect with you?  I'm not paying for that even if you have 100"aphabits" after your name.  I have like 7 or something btw. I don't even know waht dark Reading is right now but will read later.  You laughed at my joke on Linked In reagarding the bump lock thing/topic and so I tried to connect.  Didn't know if you knoew that normal people cannot connect with you unless they pay $$ for exclusive linked in pkg.  Just fyi Cory Rochon-Ratko on Linked In.  SILLYHEART21 on youTUBE.  ttyl maybe. lol
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5/17/2019 | 9:32:06 AM
Good digital citizen
Starts early - have written this before but last year my wife, daughter and grand-daughter came to visit my work place and rec'd visitor badges.  Cariana, age 3, enjoyed pizza and met my collegues and when they left, little 3 year old picked up the visitor badges and said THESE HAVE TO BE RETURNED.   She then walked them back to the security desk and handed them in.  The agent was enchanted!!!!!   Wanted to adopt her on the spot.  Lesson: a 3 year old got the concept of perimeter security BETTER than most employees.  Go figure. 


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