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Gang Stalking – Who knows what gift tomorrow will bring?

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The only thing we have to fear is fear itself.”  Franklin D. Roosevelt.

The other day, Wednesday, the hackers tried to make my computer crash.  I was able, with luck, to   stop it.  They’re doing a job on my computer, adding more viruses, changing my windows updates, changing my browser, deleting my blog, etc. I’m not able to get into some programs.  Every time I try to re-blog something, it doesn’t always work. I can’t upload anything, and not able to download YouTube.

Basically, all I can do is type my blog and try to send it out into the world. This doesn’t always work.  I spend a lot of time re-sending my blog and making corrections to whatever changes the hackers make to my blog.

But I stick in there and don’t let them stop me. I go with the flow.

Since the hackers can’t  turn off the computer, they’ve imported a camera into it.  Any time I enter a site, I can see the camera moving around in my computer.  The hackers shoot every site I visit.  I removed it once, they’ve reinstalled it. Now, where it is I don’t know, and I don’t care.

They also keep turning off my internet service.  Somehow, I’ve managed to keep my internet service on. At one time, I would not have  been able to do this, but now I can.

Every day, I spend more time evading and trying to repair my computer than I do anything else.

But there’s a good outcome to this.  I’ve learned a lot about how to fix my computer.  I’ve learned more about my computer than if I’d taken a computer class.  We all learn by experience, and by experiencing hacking, I’ve learned things I would not learn in a computer class.   Sometimes life throws us curves, and we have to deal with it.

So don’t give up on your computer. Don’t let the hackers scare you or push you around. Stand your ground, and you can win.

There’s good and bad to everything in life; the yin and yang of life.

I’m also learning patience.  As a former New Yorker, it’s not a virtue I have.

But from experience we learn and grow.  And I’ve grown a bit from the lessons I’ve learned in trying to evade the hackers. Who would have thought I could learn something from the hackers?

Life is strange with its twist and turns. Who knows what gifts tomorrow will bring?

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Gang Stalking – Almost thrown out of the library again…

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I knew it would happen.  The first day that I returned to the library, I got on a computer right away.  And there were like four or five people in the library. The second day I came back, I had to wait for three or four people before I got on the computer. And there were just a few more people  in the library.  And today, the library  is overrun with people.  People  fill the magazine section, the tables all have someone sitting in the chairs.  I had to wait in a long line to get on the computer.  And I almost got thrown out of the library again.

The creep sitting next to me was hitting me with electricity. I tried, I really did, try to keep quiet. But I didn’t succeed. I said to no one in particular something about all the perps in the library. The creep next to me  got angry and  said I called him a loser.  He said he was going to report me.  He left and came back with two librarians.  They asked me to get up, and follow them.  I did. The librarians asked me if I had called the man a “loser.”  I said I had said the word loser, but I didn’t say it directly to him.

The losers wouldn’t try this with anyone else, but they know we’re targets and no one will believe what we say.

The librarians believed me and told me to be a little more careful in how I say things, and how loud.

I replied that I wasn’t the one screaming, the man was.

The librarians told me that both of us would be thrown out of the library if either one of us said anything else.

I said okay and went back to my seat.

I really do try to keep my mouth shut, but the unfairness of the situation makes me speak up. The perps can surround me, hack my computer, hit me with electricity, annoy me and get away with it, but I have to sit quietly and behave like a good little girl.

Being a New Yorker,  I learned long ago not to let anyone step on me.  It’s a lesson I learned well. I guess I just have to learn to put a zipper in my mouth, otherwise, I’ll be thrown out of the library again.

I wondered how long it would be before I was thrown out of the library.  I wouldn’t place any bets on myself.

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Gang Stalking – Thank God for New York City!

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My network connection is on again.  Not in the way you would think.  I put in my 4G spot, and it won’t work.  But I’m connected to the internet, anyway.  What’s happened is that I’m connected to the computer in the complex where I live.  I knew my connection was not working,  so I checked the location to see what area connection I had.  I knew I was right.  The network connection is coming from a man who lives 7 doors away from me.  The man lives by himself, has no furniture, his clothes are all over the floor, and he’s always watching me. ( I watch him right back )  I’m connected to his network access. It’s okay with me; maybe I’ll cancel my network access and just use his.  I’ll save myself money.

My computer is back on because they can’t find out what I’m doing.  When I’m typing they can always tell what I’m doing, but without the use of my computer they don’t know what I’m up to.  So to find out what I’m up to, they let me have my network access again.  It makes life easier for them. I don’t talk with anyone because most people I’ve run into are untrust worthy.

So now, my modem is off, but my computer connection is on.  Isn’t it great?  The man must think I’m stupid.  I figure if the computer is on, I might as well use it.  Either way, they’ll hack me, so might as well take advantage of them.

(By the way, the above paragraph was erased as soon as I got on the computer. Two times already.)

I keep thinking, are these people for real?  The U.S. government has a bunch of sub-humans chasing me around all day and night, and, still, they haven’t accomplished their goal:  to get me put into a mental institution,  on tranquilizers, or to get me so angry that I’ll be arrested.  So far, I’ve managed to stay sane and in control.

I’ve stay sane because I’m a New Yorker.  You see, New York is a city that’s very difficult to live in, so New York prepared me for all the garbage that’s done to me.  New York is very noisy, often unpredictable, dog-eat-dog mentality, only the fittest survive.  So I’m so thankful I grew up in New York and have a tough hide.  I think if I’d grown up in a small town I doubt I would survive the savagery done to me.  So I love, love New York.  Thank you New York for making me tough.  I didn’t realize what a gift it was to grow up in New York City. It made me very street smart.

If my grammar does not sound right, it’s because it’s hard to concentrate when every other word I type gets  cut.

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