That does not work for tax purposes. If any part of the room has an alternate use, it is not tax-deductible. Really, it means it’s another poor person tax.
Or drop a cinderblock on your foot…
Yep, this is what my Enviro Sci teacher talks about a lot…
Haha, I wish my hair grew that fast…
This is a valid point. As a free-lancer, Joan would be tuned into what she is and is not able to deduct.
Then there’s the whole “manufacturer installing the software” issue that has cropped up over the past few years.Of course, even POTS wasn’t terribly secure, no type of phone really is.
My rats were far less prone to be startled when I went to get them out of their cage. I’d simply put my hand in and my girls would walk right up to my shoulder. They never tried to bite. I have some serious hate for hamsters…lol I refuse to let people hand them to me anymore since they always seem to bite on transfer.
This is the salient sections of the last link I posted:“While the details are sketchy, the first revelations that phones could be altered to spy even when turned off came in 2006. The news broke out following an FBI investigation into members of a New York organized crime family.”“One of the next major news stories showing that phones could be tracked even when turned off was published by the Washington Post in 2013. The technique, dubbed, “The Find” gave the NSA thousands of new targets, and was used against an Al-Qaeda sponsored insurgency in Iraq”
Honestly, the biggest contributor to back problems is so-called supportive bras. Took me 20 years to figure that one out. Daily I wear a leisure bra and only go for super support during exercise to minimize tearing of tissue. And yeah. I’m ones of those ladies that cannot look down and see my feet because of my bust.
This is a better one. Admittedly, the info is scarce, but not surprising as it has so far mainly been mainly used under government authority.https://www.comparitech.com/blog/vpn-privacy/stop-mobile-phone-tracking/