This gem from walking a street in Boulder, CO, was intended to stop the Michael Vicks of the world. The sentiment, however, between the graphic and the wording led me to believe we were in front of some sick training grounds for Watership Down.
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The vultures. They search for the leftovers of the hard work of others in an attempt to get an easy meal. Sometimes, one just has to do what is necessary to keep the vultures at bay.
+JD Rucker is Founder of Hasai, Inc, a Social Media Firm, Director of New Media for KPA, an Automotive SEO firm that purchased Hasai, and Editor at Soshable, a Social Media Marketing Blog. Find him on Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest.
This is not an indictment of the rich. It’s not a call to #OccupyOregon. It’s simply a statement of “WOW” regarding a fact I never knew before. Some of the top land owners in the United States have a ton of land.
Those who have had their identity stolen know the feelings of helplessness and violation that it can bring. The costs go beyond the pocketbook – it can be devastating to know that someone else out there is posing as you. What decisions are they making in your name? How much of your money have they spent? What can you do about it?