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Woman from a FB beauty group sells MLM training for thousands of dollars and also is recruiting to her latest MLM Farmasi.: ... Sep 19 at 2:27 PM · O You are in need of extra cash Maybe you're close to being broke or broken You have seen other women slay in their side hustles But You need to figure out how to crack the code for yourself You can get into a ground level company That is affordable without compromising quality On top of that, you get a mentor that has built a 7 figure personal brand who also has helped 1000s of other women build profitable businesses too This is a no brainer- You get weekly training directly from me You get access to amazing products You get to choose to sell product for 50%, build a power house team or BOTH There are no monthly or yearly fees How to Sign up-- https://www.farmasius.com The starter kit is 19.99 and it includes brochures, company info, lipstick samples and some other samples I highly recommend that you buy a product kit because you can only buy a Kit when you sign up and it offers a HUGE discount. Plus, if you plan to sell products you really need to test as many products as possible. When you go to check out select the credit card option. The PayPal option is being wonky. People can shop from you immediately after you Sign up and you'll get 50% commission from them. People can sign up to be on your team immediately after you join. Ps make sure you tell them not to use PayPal. Pss the bonuses you'll get for building a team is insane. Psss your downline gets direct access to my trainings too..you find them and I'll trading them Theres an intro video I did if you're on the fence https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid= 10214263118922379&id=1547828704 I will be at a wedding all day today but if you have immediate questions pleaseM1AT Ers or Jessica Singer I ill create a group this weekend for our amazing team! we have oriiy just begun Woman from a FB beauty group sells MLM training for thousands of dollars and also is recruiting to her latest MLM Farmasi.

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Vpns: welcomedhappiness Farewell online privacy tikalgirl What happened? xdvisyrx Trump happened pizzaalle just get a VPN? earth-ruins You can't just tell people to 'get a VPN (Virtual Private Network): Buying a VPN is like buying a house. It's very very important. Having no VPN or having a wrong' one can seriously damage your life. Especially for Americans because their privacy laws are garbage. I am going to try explain why you should get a VPN but bare with me, I am from Germany and my English is far from perfect. Let's start with a simple test. Click this link here: https://whatismyipaddress.com/ It will tell your IP adres, your ISP (internet service provider), and your location. The location might not be very accurate, but then again, it's just a simple website. Imagine what the government can do! So basically, everyone can find out where you live. But there is more danger. Your ISP. Your ISP logs your every move online and they are required to keep it in case the government wants access to it (or if a 3rd party wants to buy your data (yikes). They have everything. What websites you visit. How long you stay on a website. What you download. Your search terms. European laws are more subtle on this but if you are from the US you are #@ # & , especially because Trump doesn't support the open internet. It's scary but maybe in the future you can't get a job because the recruiter knows your searched on 'how to deal with depression' or anythings else that's supposed to be private because it's your f"cking right. Or you get a $100k fine because you pirated a movie 15 years ago. You need a VPN. You're dumb for not using one. but what does a VPN do? A VPN encrypts all your data so if it were be intercepted no one can 'crack the code' and damage your privacy Usually being online goes like this (simplified): Your computer-ISP (- keeps data- sells it) But with a VPN it goes like: Your computer VPN (encrypts data)- ISP (ISP can't see shit) Furthermore, a VPN hides your IP address and location by giving you another IP address located in Spain for example (you can often choose from a list and change as many times as you want) Now that you know why you should get a VPN and what is does it is important to educate yourself because people often choose the wrong VPN. VPN providers are also businesses and have to obey the law. If you choose a VPN provider located in the US then you are throwing your money away because the laws in the US shits on your privacy. If the US gov wants the provider to give all their logs they have to obey. The ISP still can't see what you are doing online and sell your data but the US gov can interfere with your VPN provider so NEVER CHOOSE A PROVIDER LOCATED IN THE US. just wanted to ma ke that very clear so my followers don't buy false security. Stitch It There is still more danger! Who says your VPN provider isn't selling your data? You need to check their logging policy. Do they keep logs? If yes, what for? For how long do they keep them? Tip: Choose a provider who doesn't keep logs More about law The US is part of the Five Eyes program (the worst): The Five Eyes, often abbreviated as FVEY, is an intelligence alliance comprising Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the United States. These countries are bound by the multilateral UKUSA Agreement, a treaty for joint cooperation in signals intelligence (source) There is also a Nine Eyes (bit better) and Fourteen Eyes Program (better) You don't want a VPN provider who is located in one the Five Eyes countries If you had to choose go for a provider located in a country that's part of the Fourteen Eyes Program or even better, go for a country that isn't part of any program! Iknow this is a shitty explanation and please pardon my english but now it's time to do your own research. Take your privacy seriously. Maybe WWIllI breaks out and you get killed for liking the 'wrong' FB-page Go to this website: https://thatoneprivacysite.net/ simple-von-comparison-chart Make sure that your future VPN provider both has green boxes for Privacy Jurisdiction and Privacy Logging. I recommend ovpn.se and trust.zone. ovpn is located in Sweden so they are part of the 14 Eyes Program and they keep minimal logs. Their business ethics, however, are alright Trustzone is located in the Seychelles. No country can interfere and their privacy jurisdiction is the best you can get. The US want your data but needs to get it from Trustzone? The Seychelles will simply give them the finger and wave them goodbye. However, this makes this provider very appealing for people who torrent and criminals because they keep no logs (and that is how it shoud be) Also, there are almost no marketing efforts so this provider is one the cheapest) Also, often providers such as ExpressVPN are being called The Best' on websites about VPNS but know that this is just marketing which also ma kes those provider more expensive (and they too shit on your privacy) Stitch It! This must be the worst article you have ever read but please, please take your privacy very seriously. EDIT: I got many people asking me which provider use. For those who want to know, I use Trust Zone. They offer a free 3-day trial with no strings attached. But still do your own research! writing-prompt-s I am also with Trustzone but I think you forgot to explain one of it's most important features. It protects you when you are using someone else's Wi- Fi. If you are at Starbucks and you use their Wi-Fi your privacy is at risk. Anyone with ill intentions could steal your information. Especially if you are using an unsecured Wi-Fi hotspot. With a VPN your data gets encrypted so no one can steal it. rabbittiddy Wait, what's going, on? Did trump destroy internet privacy with a bill or something? Where's the news? Oh wait, why am I getting visions of Alex Jones and selling water purifiers? thecrystalfems He hasn't yet but he says he wants to. And if he is serious about it it would be really easy to do. Since all our data is already recorded, as the person above explained. coltrer Trump wants more surveillance of Muslim Americans. This ina country where internet privacy is already close to non-existent. Trust.Zone has a free trial. Use it. btw this post only has 11k notes? That's quite disappointing for something this important Don't reblog this post to save a life. Reblog this to protect an entire family! imthedoctor12 @earth-ruins @writing-prompt-s ShouldI get trustzone for my mobile device? writing-prompt-s If you use public Wi-Fi, then yes. Which VPN you use is up to you, amigo. Take @earth-ruins advice. Do your own research first writing - prompt-s @elvesfromthedeep just brought the current situation in the US to my attention (March 30, 2017). elvesfromthedeep Idk if youre okay with sending a message but its important. Im sure you know about the laws that the US government is passing about internet privacy and I was wondering if you would bring back the post about vpns and trust.zone just so people are aware of what will be happening Sources Anaer as US internet privacv law scrappec Sthich Congress just voted to let internet providers sell your browsing.history To all my friends in the US, please read this entire post. Making everyone aware of VPNS is going to be my mission. Your privacy matters. Please reblog this post greeneyespurpleheart ΔΔΑΛΑΔ STOP SCROLLING! STOP SCROLLING! STOP SCROLLING! STOP SCROLLING! STOP SCROLLING! STOP SCROLLING! ΛΛΛΛΛΛ Don't tell me you just wanted to scroll past this. Stop looking at pictures of cats for a moment, okay? Don't you realize how important this is? This is dangerous! 'America, the best FREE country in the world' my ass. With this new law your ISP can sell your Internet history which could include passwords, usernames, religion, credit card numbers, race and much more to the highest bidder. So here is what I want you to do. You are going to read the whole thing and before you think 'this is so important. Let me reblog this real quick and go back to admiring cats again- NO! Don't reblog this. Take action first. Then reblog. Sign up for a free trial! Trust.Zone offers one (here) Yes. It might be difficult to set up a VPN for some people. But is that going to stop you from protecting yourself and your family? 30 minutes. 30 minutes is all that it takes. 5 if you know how to install software. The problem with some of you is that you see 'difficult' as something negative. I want you to see difficult differently. I need you to push through this stuff. You are going to protect yourself. There is nothing negative about that. VPNS are fun and costsaving too! A VPN bypasses geographical restrictions so you can access websites you normally can't or you could start Netflix's one month free trial over and over again- forever. And it's legal! (unless-yeu-use-it-te-buy weeponsete.) Don't tell yourself that you are too tired and that you will do this tomorrow. Because that isn't going to happen and you know it. You have to do this right now. You only have to click on it. Don't let this/shit/ life just happen to you. Take yourself seriously. Get a УPN Privacy is not a privilege, it's a fundamental human right Stitch It! Vpns
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Filet Mignon<Hot Pockets: Society and standards are in the sewer, particularly with regard to attraction between guys and gals, and how they're both drawn in by all the wrong things. "Involuntary celibacy" among guys who are decent, honest, hard-working, God-fearing and kind to everyone...has so many being pulled away from their talents, their passions, their goals, their contributions, their greatness....because they have to focus all their energy on women, crack the code, and hope say guys should only dole out tiny "teaser" amounts of niceness, amid all the cockiness and ballbusting and snark. This state of affairs is way more on account of society than biology. People have adapted, or better yet, SETTLED, for whatever is out there, and "getting the girl" has NOTHING to do with being worthy or deserving filet mignon in a world that only has a taste for Hot-Pockets Fat, bearded and covered with tattoos wasn't always considered "sexy". That was the look of old, toothless Hell's Angels for the longest time. People think I'm some strange alien being because I shave 365 days a year, I work out every day, and I have zero body art. It all comes down to the vibe that trying to subvert boring wussies", and female dating coaches someone will have them. Women themselves contend that "nice guys are good for her. It's a matter of outshining every other punk at being rude and slovenly. Total conditioning. It's hard being or a lucky enough to have, that tricks women into wanting them. They can get a date with any woman, anywhere, just by being rude and or a bath--I see it every day. There isn't a nasty, vulgar male trait that hasn't been passed off as some guys are disgusting, and it doesn't matter if they've never had a job "confidence". I hear it all the time. "WHY CAN'T I FIND A NICE GUY!?" I believe they do want someone who'll be faithful, who won't abuse them, who can keep a job and stay out of jail and even be churchy... but they still want him to exhibit all the false, counterfeit hogwash they think is masculinity: Attitude. Flatulence. Laziness. Rudeness. Foundations built on quicksand. Today's divorce statistics back me up. Have a wonderful day! do NOT contact me with unsolicited services or offers Filet Mignon<Hot Pockets

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@Regran_ed from @freedom_faction - Thoughts? The future of travel is clearly one where automation will play an increasingly significant role. The biometric roll out is well underway and is set to expand into every aspect of the travel experience. According to a new report from DefenseOne, border security questioning also might transfer from human to robotic artificialintelligence as the security apparatus seeks more supposedly effective and efficient ways to screen travelers for their potential threat risk. While the original push for these systems began with the U.S., it is Europe that is seeking to finally crack the code for a program that will be foolproof enough to employ widely. Next time you go to Latvia you might be get hassled by a border guard who isn’t even human. The EuropeanUnion is funding a new pilot project to deploy artificially intelligent border guards at travel checkpoints in three countries to determine whether passengers are telling the truth about their identities and activities. The system, dubbed iBorderCtrl, works like this: an avatar asks the traveler a series of simple questions like name, dates of travel, etc. The AI software looks for subtle symptoms of stress as the interviewee answers. If enough indicators are present, the system will refer the traveler to a human border guard for secondary screening. L It is important to note that this system will not only be employed at airports, but “The European Union will test the system at train, pedestrian, and vehicle border crossings in Greece, Hungary, and Latvia.” The idea that computer algorithms can decipher emotional intent has been controversial since testing and limited roll out began in the early 2000s. Even much later in 2016, I reported on a program at the UniversityofIowa called “The Creepy Study” which sought to decode emotions for political and advertising purposes. Despite claiming only a 35% success rate at the time, many people still don’t know that facial recognition billboards have existed in multiple countries to varying degrees – including the U.S. – dating back to at least 2012 when it was first introduced in Mexico. The technique is called neuropolit: A.l. Lie Detectors Being Tested To Replace Human Border Guards NOVEMBER 6,2018AT 11:56 AM Activist Post/ Activist Post act @Regran_ed from @freedom_faction - Thoughts? The future of travel is clearly one where automation will play an increasingly significant role. The biometric roll out is well underway and is set to expand into every aspect of the travel experience. According to a new report from DefenseOne, border security questioning also might transfer from human to robotic artificialintelligence as the security apparatus seeks more supposedly effective and efficient ways to screen travelers for their potential threat risk. While the original push for these systems began with the U.S., it is Europe that is seeking to finally crack the code for a program that will be foolproof enough to employ widely. Next time you go to Latvia you might be get hassled by a border guard who isn’t even human. The EuropeanUnion is funding a new pilot project to deploy artificially intelligent border guards at travel checkpoints in three countries to determine whether passengers are telling the truth about their identities and activities. The system, dubbed iBorderCtrl, works like this: an avatar asks the traveler a series of simple questions like name, dates of travel, etc. The AI software looks for subtle symptoms of stress as the interviewee answers. If enough indicators are present, the system will refer the traveler to a human border guard for secondary screening. L It is important to note that this system will not only be employed at airports, but “The European Union will test the system at train, pedestrian, and vehicle border crossings in Greece, Hungary, and Latvia.” The idea that computer algorithms can decipher emotional intent has been controversial since testing and limited roll out began in the early 2000s. Even much later in 2016, I reported on a program at the UniversityofIowa called “The Creepy Study” which sought to decode emotions for political and advertising purposes. Despite claiming only a 35% success rate at the time, many people still don’t know that facial recognition billboards have existed in multiple countries to varying degrees – including the U.S. – dating back to at least 2012 when it was first introduced in Mexico. The technique is called neuropolit
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