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Gang Stalking – Not “with it” today.

Lobes of the brain, color-coded.

Lobes of the brain, color-coded. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

It seems I’m hacked from everywhere.  I’ve looked all the IP  addresses I had doubts about, and no surprise.  I have hackers from Turkey, France, California, Arizona, and a few other places.  I don’t really know if I’m hacked from these places, or if  it’s just an around about way to divert me from finding out where my hackers really are.

It is so sickening to spend most of my day trying to get on my computer.  Today, I got on my computer about 12 p.m., but here I am at 8:07 p.m. finally able to get on.

I can’t even remember what I was going to write about.  My brain is full of so much garbage from the hacking, I can’t even concentrate.  My brain is on overload.  It’s just like my computer, it can’t take anymore of the b.s. either.

I got on the computer to write, but I can’t for the life of me remember what about.

So I’m getting off.  Maybe tomorrow my brain  will be a little clearer.

Enjoy the rest of your Sunday, and hopefully, tomorrow, I’ll be able to write again.

Have a good night all.


Gang Stalking – Happy Thanksgiving Day to all of you.

A roast turkey prepared for a traditional U.S....

A roast turkey prepared for a traditional U.S. Thanksgiving meal. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

English: A small plate with a serving of mashe...

Pie for Dad
Pie for Dad (Photo credit: bignoseduglyguy)

"canned" homemade cranberry sauce

Thanksgiving 2010

Happy Thanksgiving to everyone.  I’m not going to write about gang stalking today. It’s a day to sit back and relax, and I don’t want to  write anything that will mess up your day.  Enjoy being with your family, if you’re lucky enough to still have one, and show them your appreciation for sticking by you. Not all of us are so lucky.

For those of you alone, I know how you feel. I’m alone myself, no family, friends. But I’m going to make a little thanksgiving dinner for myself.  Being solo means I can’t really make a turkey.  It would be  wasted. I don’t really like turkey that much anyway.  But I still have  Thanksgiving dinner, though. I just do it cheaply.  Maybe  you’d like to do the same thing. So below is what I do on Thanksgiving and almost every other holiday.

What I do is buy slices of  roasted turkey breast from the deli (Boar‘s Head has few chemicals) and is about the best. Get a can of cranberry sauce,  buy a few potatoes, milk, gravy in a jar, any vegetable you like, pie, nuts, butter, and stuffing in a box. The only thing you have to cook are the potatoes.  Everything else you just have to heat up.  Easy as pie.  You can make mashed potatoes, or any kind of potatoes you like.  That’s the reason for the milk and butter, mashed potatoes.

It’s better than going out to eat. They overcharge you and they probably do the same thing that I do.

So enjoy your Thanksgiving and relax.

And thanks every one of you for reading my blog.

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Gang Stalking – To my readers, tell me about your life.

Coat of arms of Turkey Français : Armoiries de...

Coat of arms of Turkey Français : Armoiries de la Turquie Slovenščina: državni grb Turčije Türkçe: T.C. Dışişleri bakanlığının kullandığı arma

Seal of the United States Department of State.

Egypt: Gizeh

Egypt: Gizeh (Photo credit: Brooklyn Museum)

Contact Sheet: Sri Lanka, July 2005

Contact Sheet: Sri Lanka, July 2005 (Photo credit: Lawrence Sinclair)

Kingdom Centre, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Taken by...

Kingdom Centre, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Taken by BroadArrow in 2007. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Iran Elections

Iran Elections (Photo credit: bioxid)

Happy Canada Day

Happy Canada Day (Photo credit: Anirudh Koul)

Belgium Rest Stop

Belgium Rest Stop (Photo credit: RobertCiavarro)

Singapore and surroundings

Singapore and surroundings (Photo credit: The Shifted Librarian)

thailand ko phi phi 02

thailand ko phi phi 02 (Photo credit: FriskoDude)

The former Neutral Zone between Iraq and Saudi...

The former Neutral Zone between Iraq and Saudi Arabia (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Young Saudi Arabian woman wearing Islamic clot...

Young Saudi Arabian woman wearing Islamic clothing, as required by Sharia. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

To my surprise, people from diverse continents read my blog. I have people reading my blog from Canada, Egypt, Spain, France, Belgium, Australia, United Kingdom, Holland, Saudi Arabia, Iran, Maldives, Singapore, India, Thailand, Turkey, and, of course, the United States.  I’ve always been curious about the faceless people who read my blog.  I always wonder what you look like, how old you are, what kind of life you lead, single, married, do you have children, poor, rich?  I always wonder what a typical day is like for all of you. Is life hard, or easy? Do you have enough to eat, or too much to eat?  So if you’re one of those people reading my blog, I’d like to know about you.  I really would.  Write and tell me about yourselves. You don’t have to give me your name. I know some people can’t.  I just want to know about you.  You know a lot about me from my blog,  but you  don’t know what I look like. Maybe some day, I’ll publish my picture.   So write and let me know about your life, maybe include a photo? I really want to know what your life is like.  I’ve traveled a lot, so I’ve been to a few of the countries I mentioned. The closest I’ve been to the Middle East is Morocco. Europe I know better.

I hope to hear from a lot of you.  I’m keeping my fingers crossed.