Saturday, 19 January 2013

Not Sure If Mind Reader or Just Netizens

Hey guys, before I go on, I just want to let you all know that I've created a Facebook page for my blog and it would be really awesome if you guys could follow my page simply by clicking the Like Button because I will be posting updates on any new Posts in the future through my Facebook page!  That way, we can be in touch and it would be easier to let all of you know when am I having a new post!  So don't be shy, do click the Like button and support me!  It's free =P  (such an irony that I am saying this in comparison to the what I am about to say in this post but life is full of irony! =P)  Thank you!

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Did you ever wonder how come so many people around the world are scammed whether in real life or via online daily?  In Malaysia, things actually get worst because we have so call "Shamans" here who is believed by the local to be able to cure sickness or ward off evil spirits.  Many a times this fake Shamans claim that they possess the power to cleanse away any sickness or evil spirits by sleeping with them and the girls normally consent due to belief.

At times, the Shamans proves themselves to be really capable of communicating with dead spirit or being able to read your fortune like a book.  The question is, do they really?

The following Youtube video is an eye opener on how one should never be too gullible or easily accepting of what some others might tell you.  It could be a complete stranger who can tell you stuff about yourself but there might be a perfectly explainable reason for that.

Do watch it <3 It's only a 2-min video :D


Posted by Duval Guillaume

At times, life ain't all that miraculous.  If a group of people or a certain person really puts their mind into wanting to scam you, they can do that, pretty easily because nowadays, there are no such things as privacy or keeping this low key because EVERYONE is posting EVERYTHING about themselves EVERYWHERE:  Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Blog, Foursquare etc etc

I of course am a fan of Facebook and Blog but most of the time, I do stop myself from posting my exact location and checking in at certain places because why would I want to show the world where I am at that very moment.  It's different if I post on Facebook 4 hours later where I WAS after I got home.  It's not about being paranoid.  It's about better being safe than sorry.

If possible, do not post too much things connected to your private life on public websites such as your cell phone number, car number, where you live, where you are at the moment, where is your work place, how many pieces of jewelleries that you own and things like that.  If you do post stuff like that (for whatsoever unknown reasons), you are only asking for it because it makes you a relatively easier target than others who kept a low profile.



3 or 4 people at the same time? >D

Selling house??

Or this? >D


Original image from 9gag <3

Well seriously guys, only two types of people could do this to you and one of them will never do it.  The one being your friend will never have ill intention towards you unless if it's a prank but those who are lurking at the dark shadows might have a different intention towards this kind of information that they could use towards you.

Know how to get yourself out of trouble, protect yourself

This applies also to criticizing people on your social network.  Always the best example:  Your boss or colleagues.  I've seen those real life posts where some silly employee swears at their employers on their Facebook, forgetting of the fact that they have added their employers as friends and the end result ain't pretty of course.

My advice is:  Post wisely.

If you don't have anything good or smart to say, then keep it to yourself or confide in a friend whom you know you can trust not to babble it on THEIR social network after you told them if not that would be defeating the purpose.

Me to Friend A:  I hid a pot of gold at my backyard.  
Friend A to Facebook:  HOLY MOLLY, MISHBERRIES HAVE A POT OF GOLD HIDDEN AT HER BACKYARD!

You get the point.

See you next post!