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I saw some news about people that did move back - and they regretted it. They realized that it was actually better if they had stayed where they had been evacuated.
In any case - I was (and currently am as well) stuck on the other side of the Atlantic so it was more like a cursory interest in the events.
Another question is why anyone would live in Houston anyway.
Yet another reason to make sure you have a good adblocker with a good filter setup.
At the same time newspapers starts to complain when you use an adblocker, so it means that the use of adblockers are successful and effective.
Now web browsers need to work on improving security even more to avoid cross-site content and block suspicious sources even better. This is not only the ordinary cookies or injected ads that are to be considered but also "super-cookies" and cookies/caching of plugin data. Virtualization by default may also be useful - so that each program runs in its own sandbox.
And Android do have some concept of security permissions where the app requests rights before getting installed but at the same time it don't allow the user to actually say no to the request and still install the app. That is something that has to be improved, I as a user can accept that the app I install don't have the full functionality if I for example deny access to the address book.
I did read that the secretary of state considered that the records aren't subject to the Kansas open records act. In my eyes any such avoidance of disclosure means that there's something to hide.
The secretary is covering up a fraud.
If you define callgirls as real women.
On a site like that - the only real women would be women that are either desperate or looking for other women.
Well - it has to do with water shortage because the water from the Jordan River is used for irrigation.
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To be or not to be, that is the bottom line.