Singers Record A Song In The Forest Sanctuary And Surprised When Wolves Join In


Singers Record A Song In The Forest Sanctuary And Surprised When Wolves Join In
http://www.reshareworthy.com/folk-musicians-with-wolves-howling/

While they were on tour in Colorado, Arkansas musicians Shawn James and Baker, visited a private wolf sanctuary and performed this cover A.A. Bondy’s “American Hearts.” It was very snowy day and the live recording was shot in one take, but it’s what happened when they started playing that gave me goosebumps!

As they sang, wolves in the nearby began to howl along with them. In the video description they wrote, “Not only was this the highlight of the trip, but one of the highlights in all of our lives.”

Share this unusual musical recording with your family and friends!

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You know, I try not to bitch about every little thing that pisses me off. I really do.
But every now and then, something happens, and I just have to bitch about it. Like the idiot stealing my documents on scribd.com and claiming to be the author of the documents, when there is no way in hell that person could have written that document.
Well, apparently, there are people here that want to post an article I have posted, and not give me any credit whatsoever for the post. I probably should not bitch, I was not the original author, the article came from ENENews. Still, a few hours after I posted it, with all the links to the article, and the articles within the article.
But still, all I can say is damn!

I always try to give credit to the poster, if I copy the post, and if I go to the site the poster got the article from, I try to give credit to the poster as well as the original author.
A lot of what I post, is articles by someone else, about Fukushima and radiation, so the articles are, what I consider, information that needs to be shared. I don’t condemn someone for wanting to share the news, but damn, at least mention where you get it from. We all want more traffic on our blogs.

Ok, I feel all better now.

🙂

BREAKING: GA, KY, WV Confirm They Suspect Obama’s DHS Hacked Their Election Networks


BREAKING: GA, KY, WV Confirm They Suspect Obama’s DHS Hacked Their Election Networks [VIDEO]

http://100percentfedup.com/breaking-ga-ky-wv-confirm-they-suspect-obamas-dhs-hacked-their-election-networks-video/
BUT…BUT…BUT…THE RUSSIANS?
This is pretty scary stuff. A federal government agency run by an Obama crony attempting to penetrate the firewall of a State agency tasked with overseeing the elections? What conceivable reason could Obama’s DHS have for hacking the Georgia Sec of State’s office after the election?

Georgia’s secretary of state has claimed the Department of Homeland Security tried to breach his office’s firewall and has issued a letter to Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson asking for an explanation.

Brian Kemp issued a letter to Johnson on Thursday after the state’s third-party cybersecurity provider detected an IP address from the agency’s Southwest D.C. office trying to penetrate the state’s firewall. According to the letter, the attempt was unsuccessful.

And now, Channel 2 Investigative Reporter Aaron Diamond has learned two more states’ election agencies have confirmed suspected cyberattacks linked to the same U.S. Department of Homeland Security IP address as last month’s massive attack in Georgia.

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The two states reporting the suspected cyberattacks were West Virginia and Kentucky.

“We need somebody to dig down into this story and figure out exactly what happened,” said Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp.

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In the past week, the Georgia Secretary of State’s Office has confirmed 10 separate cyberattacks on its network over the past 10 months that were traced back to DHS addresses.

“We’re being told something that they think they have it figured out, yet nobody’s really showed us how this happened,” Kemp said. “We need to know.”

He says the new information from the two other states presents even more reason to be concerned.

“So now this just raises more questions that haven’t been answered about this and continues to raise the alarms and concern that I have,” Kemp said.

Through an open-records request, Diamant acquired the results of a survey Kemp asked the National Association of Secretaries of State to send to its members.

West Virginia wrote back, “This IP address did access our election night results on November 7, 2016.” Kentucky responded the same IP address “did touch the KY (online voter registration) system on one occasion, 11/1/16.”

In a letter this week, DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson told Kemp the department sourced the mid-November activity in Georgia to a federal contractor conducting what he called “normal” internet searches on the Secretary of State’s website. But Kemp says there’s a problem with that answer.

“We haven’t been able to recreate this the way they explained it to us,” Kemp said.

Kemp also told Diamant that DHS has yet to explain at least nine other suspected network scans linked to DHS IP addresses over the last year on or around important primary and presidential election dates. Kemp’s call for answers is amplified now by the National Association of Secretaries of State, or NASS. – WSBTV

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Stop Online Piracy Act Wants Biglaw Support; Biglaw Says, ‘Aw, Hell No’

By Christopher Danzig

  Unless you drowned yourself     in a bathtub full of eggnog over the holidays, hopefully you are at least superficially aware of the Stop Online Piracy Act.

The House of Representatives is considering the bill, known as SOPA for short, that people fear will destroy the Internet as we know it.

Last week, Elie and I were “debating” the insidiousness of SOPA on Gchat. Our conversation went something like this:

Elie: SOPA is terrible.
Chris: It’s pretty much the worst thing ever.
Elie: It’s f***ing disastrous.

Elie and I aren’t the only ones upset. The Internet has whipped into a tizzy over the act. We mentioned it last week in Non-Sequiturs. And I wrote about it back in November. But the story has kept picking up speed. Reddit has gone mad over the bill. Just before the new year, a bunch of Biglaw firms got mistakenly dragged into the fray.

Keep reading for a primer on SOPA and its sister Senate bill, the Protect IP Act. And see why a bunch of Biglaw firms were unintentionally listed as supporters after the jump.…

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