Spam Phone Numbers 405 Area Code

Posted in Misc with tags , , on 2019/05/10 by rmolby

These last two to three weeks I have been getting a lot of SPAM and telemarketing phone calls.

I am posting this (and revising as I get more of these calls) to make sure other can try to verify SPAM calls on their own phones.

Here is a list of numbers that have called me so far:

  • 405-291-1257
  • 405-294-9274
  • 405-295-8020
  • 405-296-2303
  • 405-804-2157
  • 405-806-1003

20190510.1339 CDT – Post Created

VPN for Android and iOS

Posted in Android, Internet, iPhone, Technology with tags , , , on 2019/04/03 by rmolby

I just read an article on BetaNews talking about a new DNS and VPN service CloudFlare is introducing.

After reading through this article, and upon recommendation of a freind and co-worker, I installed it on my current phone, and even though I don’t have the VPN portion (I’m on a waiting list), just using the DNS resolver through CloudFlare is making things better for me already.

ISPs spy on your Internet traffic and sell the data. I’m #380193 to get 1.1.1.1 with Warp, a free app which will make the Internet on my phone faster and more private. You should get the app to reserve a place in line. #1dot1dot1dot1 https://one.one.one.one

I am currently #380193 inline to get the VPN service, but I will definitely continue to use the DNS resolver as it sped my internet access by about 5-10%.

If you are interested in adding this to your phone, go to your respective app store, type 1dot1dot1dot1 and the app should show up in the list.

Game Review – The West Quests

Posted in Entertainment, Games with tags , , , on 2019/03/29 by rmolby

Quests are probably the fun and adventurous thing to do in this game.

To gain experience with the game and the game interface, one of the first things you learn about is the basic quests.

Probably one the things to keep in mind when you start taking on quests is to start out with just one or two quests.

Quest Givers in The West

Once you get the hang of the game, the interface and the playing dynamics, you will want to take on 4-10 quests at a time, and try to combine items you need to find or work for so you can gather them in one walking or horseback riding trip.

Keep an eye on the quests panel and use the compass button next to each item you need to find to bring up the mini map and find all the items that are the closes to each other and gather them by making multiple short trips from one location to another.

If you gain lots of $$$ with each gathering, stop at a town nearby and deposit your $$$ into the bank.

You can also complete quests from the quests panel once you see all the items required have a green check-mark next to them.

Game Review – The West – Adventure Character

Posted in Entertainment, Games with tags , on 2019/03/17 by rmolby

So, when playing The West eventually you get to choose a character bonus, and I chose the adventurer character type.

As you can see from the image, the bonus advantages are pretty good. I have yet to try any other character type, but if I was living in this era for real, I think I would have ended up as a drifter/adventurer and so in the end that character type appealed to be the most.

Games – Forge of Empires

Posted in Blogging, Entertainment, Games with tags , , , on 2019/03/17 by rmolby

I discovered a cool game, Forge of Empires, just this year of 2019. It is a fun game to play and I have it running at all time that I am at home and doing stuff on the computer.

I also have it installed on my Android Phone as an app, so I can check in on my empire from time to time at work (on breaks and at lunch only, of course!) and anywhere I am when I am mobile.

Check out more at my Reviews section about the game.

Site Update – 20190117

Posted in Blogging, Gardening, LifeStyle with tags , , , , , on 2019/03/17 by rmolby

Well, I have been so busy that I just have not had enough time to create content for this blog, but I decided I need to get back into it, and spring has sprung, so I am launching a series of new pages (Articles), as well as new posts that will contribute to many more pages and articles over time.

So, one new page/article section is the reviews. I have had some thoughts, and maybe some rantings, about various subjects that have been percolating in my subconscious mind and need to come out and put to paper, or at least into blog posts and blog articles.

Also, I am adding a survival section to the blog. This will NOT be a survival bunker type of subject, but rather, about surviving life, by learning skills that can make us more independent from the grid/matrix/TPTB that want to control our lives.

Lastly, I will be posting garden information retroactively as I am going through my pictures I have taken. I always document my garden work via pictures, since I tend to remember better what I did on what day.his allows me to review last year’s work, but I also tend to forget details about the gardening from previous years – I am having senior moments now, so I thought I would post additional information to this blog and give me a another frame of reference.

Anyway, stay tuned as I get some of these pages and posts ready.

Spring Garden – 1st sowing

Posted in Uncategorized on 2019/03/08 by rmolby

Well, this winter drug out longer than I thought… normally I would and should be sowing radishes and garden peas in February, but it is what it is.

From my Google Image Library

With assistance of my Chihuahua garden helper I got about 3 feet of my fence line prepared.

I used a saw’z’all to rip the soil about 4-6 inches from the fence. I ripped the ground in the same line two to three times to make sure it was fairly easy to insert my edging.

I then inserted black, scalloped edging into the ground leaving it raised above the grass about 2-3 inches.

I then inserted corrugated cardboard folded into u-channels. I folded along the corrugation shaping a gutter style shape, and then inserted those right on top of weeds and grass. I overlapped the cardboard by 3-4 inches, and placed brick on it to keep the cardboard in place.

You can see in picture that I don’t care about being consistently the same distance from the fence.

In the above picture you can see the bricks on the end holding up some wood block that are 5.75 inches wide (cut-offs from a 2×6 framing stick).

I then mixed up my standard soil mix, soil from previous veggie beds, compost, Miracle-Gro organic soil mix, semi-composed leaf mould, and some amendment like Azomite, Dr. Earth veggie fertilizer, and or wood ashes and filled the trench / raised bed.

Finally, I sowed Garden Peas (Alaska variety) really close to the fence, and I will add some flavor of radish when I buy some at the big box store.

You can also review the rest of the pictures here.

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