In addition to location data, the NSA uses voter registration and insurance data. This may be a clue as to why SelectQuote is willing to hurt children.
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We see some of this information there collecting seems to be a specifically targeting Americans and the democratic process. Given that this information is collected in conjunction with interpersonal relationships mapping, the recent revelations about cellphone location tracking through Co-Traveler exacerbate the situation.
Also, people in the insurance industry, like the crooks at AIG may be getting insider status. They’ve already abused a relationship with the government to steal from the American taxpayer. Do we really want them building relationships with the spooks at the NSA?
I previously gave reasons as to why I may have been investigated in conjunction with the Silk Road bust. When you look at recent disinformation that I’ve uncovered, presumably from SelectQuote, you have to wonder if there was a deliberate attempt to bring the National Security apparatus to bear on me. This might also explain why the FBI investigation into San Francisco police misconduct has been kept much quieter than their success in Contra Costa county – if cops are invoking state secrets, the government may want that out of the papers.
The insurance buying public has a right to know the risk of data loss doing business with SelectQuote incurs. Sensitive medical information is collected in order to get a life insurance quote. If employees believe harming a child for money is acceptable, we may reasonable suspect that they might not have many scruples when it comes to protecting their customer’s medical information.
The cost of a policy is set by an insurance carrier, not an agent or broker. It would be a shame for consumers to lose data or have family members hurt simply because they didn’t know the risks associated with their transaction at SelectQuote Insurance.
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This game pits the American chess master Paul Morphy against Duke Karl of Brunswick and Count Isouard. Morphy played with his back to the stage at a Parisian opera house in 1858, while the noblemen consulted together on their moves.
Morphy relentlessly throws material at the weak squares around the opposing King. Quick deployment, and timely castling allow Morphy to activate all of his pieces. His opponents have adopted a rather slow opening, mate is unstoppable.
This is a textbook example of attack in the opening.Uncategorized | Comment (0)
It is worth noting that Michelle Tan, who would later threatened to kill my daughter, was passed out at the event in question. Andrei’s son was in his karate gi, and Andrei, Lilly, and Michelle were still left. Vlad Shekhter and Eric Becker were also riding with our manager, Darlene Beck. There was one more, I think Charles. Nothing out of the ordinary happened with him, so I’m a little uncertain.
Both Vlad Shekhter and Eric Becker were given a chance to comment on Min Michelle Tan’s attempt to kill my daughter. Both stick to the obvious lie that Michelle is innocent. Therefore, I can only assume that they are in on it.Filed under SelectQuote | Comment (0)
For completeness, I should mention a party during company time and how many people skipped on the next. Considering that these parties were held during work hours, usually everyone went. Probably nothing, but it doesn’t hurt to state any facts that might be related.
Michelle was passed out on Andrei’s bed when I left the party. I was asked to check on her; she was breathing and on her stomach, I figured that’s all that was needed.
Lily and Andrei were still around. I think Andrei’s son was leaving for karate. He had his gi on, said he had a class. I don’t believe anyone else was still there. That’s why I left, I had run out of guests for conversation. I got a ride from Darlene Beck.
via Andrei’s Party
In actual practice, checkmate in the middlegame is rare. If it does come about it is often because the opposing player neglected to develop his own pieces. Therefore, he can’t bring enough forces to defend a weak point.
The threat of checkmate can be enough to win material. So learning how to bring an effective attack is essential. A component of this is getting castled, and then connecting the rooks. This is often neglected by beginners, who think of castling as a defensive move, not an important part of a successful attack.
This diagram shows why connecting the rocks is so effective. White gets to choose what file he wants to control. Should Black respond by taking the attacking rook, White can just recapture, gaining the d file that he originally wanted.
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