Re: Phone Scam
Better yet, have your house broken into, and then all the hassle and heartache of the cleanup and insurance companies, and then your name goes into a database of victims of property crime. For the last six months we get about 5-6 calls a week for security systems, id fraud protection, and debt help. The second you ask to be removed from their database, click. They are gone. I have reported these numbers to the National Do not Call Registry, my sheriff, and State Attorney General Mike Dewine's office. One of Dewine's people did email me back about two weeks ago.
Whenever you get mad over a called strike or ball on a close pitch, it's the equivalent of being mad at the QB pump-faking one time before throwing a pass in your average NFL game. ---Caveat Emperor