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Mystery RIFF: Backyard Spy Cameras Boost Income for Telecommunications Companies? . by Alice B. Clagett

Written and published on 26 June 2021

Dear Ones,

Quite some while ago I did a Mystery RIFF on the American telecommunications company Sprint. As I recall, at that time, before its merger with T-Mobile US, Sprint had been blitzkrieging me with enticing mail offer upon mail offer of very low priced internet and phone service.

The people from Sprint were at the telephone pole just outside my backyard time after time, always with a good reason why they were there.

This did not make sense to me from an economic standpoint. I could not figure it out; how could they be going to such effort and expense paying for advertising and putting in utility lines when their price for service was so low? We already had a telecommunications service in the area, which worked quite well.

I mulled it over, and as is often the case came up with a Mystery RIFF along the lines of conspiracy theory and disclosure. The RIFF went like this …

  1. Sprint cannot hope to recoup its expenditures given its price for service.
  2. Something else must be in the wind.
  3. Is the advertised price for service just a ‘loss leader’? Do they plan to raise the price of their telecommunications service in the near future?
  4. Are they planning to sell the company at a big loss to balance a taxable gain in another leg of their operations?
  5. Are they planning to sell the company at a big gain to the competitor?
  6. What if they are planning to keep the company, keep the low price for service, and benefit from a second income stream? If so, what would that second income stream be? Here, I figure, are potential customers for backyard spy cameras attached to telecommunications lines. I placed them in alphabetical order …
    • Drug Industry – to spy on competitors
    • Satellite mapping companies such as Google Maps – as a buyer from Sprint for resale to the other folks on this list
    • Home Improvement Industry – find out of their services are needed
    • Home Invasion Industry – to look for ways to gain access to the property from the backyard
    • Insurance Industry – to evaluate condition of property and see if insurance rate needs to be boosted
    • Landscape Industry – to find out if homeowners need their services
    • Law Enforcement – to catch crooks on camera
    • Porn Industry – to get salable footage of sunbathing and partying
    • Private Detective Industry – to get the lowdown on spousal fooling around; to get ‘revenge porn’ footage to sell to angry ex-spouses; to get footage for blackmailers; or for the paraphilic sexual practice of candaulism (candauleism), to allow husbands to share footage of spousal intercourse with their male friends, with or without consent of the wife.
    • Real Estate Industry – for customer sales intel and to evaluate condition of a home

I am the first to admit that my Mystery RIFFS are ‘out there’. I really do not know what the operational strategy of Sprint was. Yet I see a value in this Mystery RIFF. For instance, might another utility company come up with this sort of hanky panky?

Here in America, the law still provides us privacy in our backyards. I feel it for the best to uphold and preserve our right to privacy in and behind our homes insofar as we may in the years to come. I feel it is good to keep an eye out, just in case.

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In love, light and joy,
I Am of the Stars

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Pragmatic Prophet: Google Apocalypse?

Written and published on 25 September 2020 by Alice B. Clagett

Dear Ones,

THE PRAGMATIC PROPHET SAYS: Could be the East Coast internet will become separate from that of the West Coast, if United States federal government decentralization continues as I predict. It might be good to get financial records offline and onto a flash drive or onto CDs, in case the national versions of Google and HR Block online should begin to fail.

As well, I figure if I plan my day around non-internet activities, then Google outages may not be too important to me.

Link: “Google Services Go Down in Some Parts of the U.S.,” by Daisuke Wakabayashi and Michael Levenson, 24 September 2020 … in the New York Times … https://www.nytimes.com/2020/09/24/technology/google-service ..

In love, light and joy,
I Am of the Stars

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Activation of Light to Change Up Groups . from the Hathors through Alice B. Clagett

Written and published on 26 July 2020

Activation of Light

Dear Ones,

Here is an activation of Light to change up groups …

Spirit to Team!
Change up groups worldwide
To reflect transparency and the common good!
For the All, through Free Will!

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Call to Action: Calculate Cybercrime Drag on U.S. Economy . by Alice B. Clagett

Written and published on 15 February 2019

Dear Ones,

This is a Call to Action: I ask that economists calculate the current cyber crime drag on the United States economy.

Also that they calculate the tipping point at which an internet presence for banks, stock brokerages, and online stores will become no longer economically feasible.

Has the tipping point already been reached? If not, can the date be extrapolated, and may financial institutions and online merchants be informed of this date, so that the move of financial matters away from the internet may be accomplished in an orderly way?

Telephone and fax offer alternatives to conversations currently taking place online. I gather that phone service may also have been cyber criminalized, and request research into resolving telephone privacy as well as cyber secure faxing, If these cannot be attained, then I suggest advising telephone service customers of this, so that an orderly move can be made back to paper correspondence and to the United States mail.

I note, for instance, the need that will arise for goods catalogs, such as the old Sears catalog, to replace Internet giants such as Amazon.com, and the need that will arise for greater stocks of inventory in local community stores.

I note the coming need of greater personnel in the United States Postal Service, to provide service for transactions formerly posted online.

I note the coming need for more paper production (hence more timber planting) to replace paperless online transactions.

In love, light and joy,
I Am of the Stars
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