the citizen has the cruel alternative
of either losing his moral sense
or losing his respect for the law."
-- Frederic Bastiat
Best Freebies: 69 Awesome Things You Can Get for Free
This list of 69 freebies is packed with more something-for-nothing deals than ever. We don’t allow any useless junk on our list, only quality goods and services that you would happily pay good money for (or perhaps you already are). From free food to free investing and financial services to free technology and entertainment, there’s something here for everyone.
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and How Do You Spot It?
Identity theft seems to be the story of the year after the February breach at insurance giant Anthem. Names, birthdays and Social Security numbers of an estimated 78.8 million people were compromised. Even the IRS was recently hacked with more than 100,000 files stolen. That’s the sort of information that can be used for a rapidly growing form of identity theft called synthetic ID theft.
I am a disabled single woman in a second floor apartment with no yard space that would like to grow a container garden of tomatoes and possibly strawberries. The prices are so high I can no longer afford these favorite foods. I would love advice on indoor container gardening. I know it is possible because as a child, I knew people who grew vegetables in their house. I am sure there must be someone who can help me with this. I do have good sun in the windows from the North and South for about four hours each way every day.
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