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Alternative Energy Initiatives - Let The Sun Shine On All Of Us
by: Dave Richard






Recently, I attended an Alternative Energy Convention - one of many I attended over the last few years. It seems like these type of conventions are getting more and longer every month. My opinion is that that these conventions are held so often nowadays because the Global Warming Crisis that we are facing is growing more rapidly than scientists initially anticipated.

What worries me is that at all these conventions, the "clever" people and the "powers-that-be" agree that our needs (and "wants") are outpacing what Mother Earth can provide. They all agree that we must look into initiatives to generated cleaner, greener alternative energy sources. Some of them had ideas of using currents in the ocean, some agree that the wind is the answer and some look at the sun. The truth is that most of them went back home rs forfeit their rights to legal action any way you can. Give them a--"ho hum, just routine"--document to sign. Pull this out from under a pile of documents, as if it is so insignificant it almost got lost. Or, hide your disclaimer in a nondisclosure agreement, in the smallest of small print you can arrange with your printer to crank out.

15. Enlist a small group of the most gullible to help you recruit the rest. (If you, as a potential participant, pay heed to the urgings of these discombobulated people, it would be like listening to a rap group named, Insane Clown Posse.)

It's all a head shaker. Trying to cut through the haze and figure the con man's' psychological approach is much like being forced into making a choice between having double vision and hearing a constant echo. But, it's worth the effort. Once you do sort it out and finally understand how to zero in on all of these traits and mannerisms, the working pattern of the con artist will be clearly spelled out for you. It is only then that you will be in the best position to protect yourself from any kind of curve ball he will throw your way.



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Legal Thriller author, Jack Payne, invites you to visit his web site -- http://www.sixhrs.com -- to read The Con Man's Handbook, and the first 2 chapters of his book, Six Hours Past Thursday, both readable for free.


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by: Jack Payne




Criminals regularly "case" residential neighborhoods, staking out homes that are vacant--due to vacationing, business travels, or other away-from-home reasons. Object, of course, is to, when empty, burglarize them.

Identity thieves are now taking the easy way when engaging in this pastime. They simply gather up the names and addresses, fill out change-of-address forms at the Post Office, and await delivery of this mail to a new address of their choosing. There they can leisurely rifle through the victims' mail in search of credit card and debit card data, IRS W-2 forms at tax time (which include social security numbers), bank statements, and all other highly personal information. They then fit themselves out with a brand new identity--yours, if they are staking you out--and go on a spending spree at their victim's--or your-- expense. To pursue this line of gainful endeavor, the con man does not even have to develop an elaborate shell game.

Perhaps the most frightening thing about this latest form of identity theft is the no-hassle mechanics of it: simply filling out a change-of-address form and presenting it at the Post Office counter. They don't even have to provide an ID.

Do you hear the not-too-distant thunder? And, the lack of defenses you have against such unprovoked attacks on your good name is near-total. It's chilling.

Then, what options do you have? How do you fight back? There's got to be a means, an equally simple way to protect yourself. Right? You'd think so. If, in 1770, a London prisoner could attach some bristles to a bone and brush his teeth with it, thus inventing the tooth brush, why can't you just as easily protect yourself from this nearly-effortless crime?

You can. And, the solution doesn't have to be so unappetizing as drinking a quart of used hot dog water. But, there's only one way


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