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As I hear, they have some tough survival training in his country. Children are dropped off somewhere in the vast Dutch wilderness and must find food, shelter and the way home on their own. At the coast they also do the same by dropping them off with a small boat somewhere at sea. Those who don't find their way back must live in England for the rest of their lives. Didn't Sander say he was from the coast? He probably already ate sharks for breakfast before he went to school.
I have lived with several Zen masters - all of them were cats.
His last invention was an evil Lasagna. It didn't kill anyone, and it actually tasted pretty good.
I was wondering about that when I played God of War and there's a special move named Murder of Crows.
And so I looked up why it's called that.
Well, let's make this a bit educational as well. Why is it a murder of crows? - Big Think[^]
And if you reach the end you might go for the much nicer and more deserved "charity of crows"
I have been ticked off my some scally trying to use my account to buy stuff. Cancelled the purchases, the card, changed Amazon, eBay & Paypal passwords and email account. The one thing I am left thinking over is how they managed to buy stuff on Amazon and it not appear in my purchases or my cancelled orders, I think if they got in to my email they could have deleted the mails from Amazon before I saw them, if I put in the actual order number it appears(!), I have mentioned it to a human at Amazon who didn't seem bothered (well on their pay, I wouldn't be either, but)
All I can say is check your email very carefully, on a seperate device I only found it because I got a load of One Time Pass code generated on my phone!!
it's getting tricky,
just today got a message from paypal about scams
lot's of links in the message (how to spot fake email) that point to "epl.paypal-communication.com"
legit or not?
yeah I know, I can look up the domain name to check,
(being lazy I just trash canned it.)
but it's odd, that is one of they ways the fakes operate,
that is by having legit looking links.
so if even the companies themselves are confusing people this way,
and then telling us not to be confused this way,
can understand why less savy (or in my case possibly less lazy) can be fooled.
generally if I see something from one of my providers that sounds legit-ish I log in (not using the email links) to check things appear normal.
on that I agree it's odd those Amazon orders didn't appear in your list.
I'd take that up with Amazon. - and who knows, they may spot you a $10 voucher or similar if you sound unhappy (but not abusive) enough.
last time I complained about something few months back (forgot what) they did that for me.
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