It’s my birthday today… so doesn’t that give me an excuse to just blog ramble? Let me start out with some Lion comforts:
Did you see that “O.J.’s Bronco” is up for sale? This article discusses why the Pawn Stars were not willing to pay 1 million for the iconic white Bronco. (article here)
Speaking about O.J. brings us to an article on F.Lee Bailey. He is one of the remaining still alive who represented O.J. in the trial of the century. Now, he is without a law license and living “upstairs”. An article worth reading at the Washington Post titled O.J.’s last defender — F. Lee Bailey — is broke, disbarred and working above a hair salon. (here)
I noticed that I just received the following email:
Dear Estimate Customer. You have been awarded $1.500, 000.00 through Western Union Money Transfer for compensation to retain the good image of our company. Send your receiving information at (firstname.lastname@example.org) you have to be receiving a maximum of $6000 USD each day until the whole of $1.5M USD transfer complete. Contact the Western Union office immediately and also send your receivers information to start receiving your payment.
Doesn’t that seem like an awfully generous birthday gift? Why is fraud becoming the norm and not the exception?
And finally, I must admit that I still feel young and especially emboldened, after I see this pic o’ day! It’s going to be a great day for all of us!