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Letter to the editor

November 13, 2013
With regard to the posting names of arrested drivers and law breakers why don't you post the name of the establishment, the owners' name, the bartenders name and employee number and ask the question why they didn't pour that person into a cab? If you read the chart the state provides (in your license or registration renewal) it shows that an adult male of approximately 200lbs is maxed out with three drinks. You can see already how unpopular the idea of an establishment taking any responsibility, a bartender guessing your weight or the question of where did he drink last or how drunk he/she was. Maybe if we posted the names of the last three judges and attorneys that got their drivers license reinstated after their third DUI we might begin to start addressing the problem. A group of people were responsible for letting John Gardener out unsupervised. Post their names. He wasn't stealing purses.

Paul Herigstad

Valley Center

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    November 21, 2013 | 01:47 PM

    We have gotten at least 4 calls informing us of a courtesy call warning us about a virus on our computer. The caller claims to be from a service that is connected to our server. The caller has information that sounds authentic and has a phone number you can call to check up on this service, which is answered by a message machine with a business name:they promise to call you back. The caller offers to just check to see if a virus is present on your computer. When the virus is found, the caller offers to clear your computer for X amount, and requires you to give your credit card number before the virus can be cleared. Don't give out any information on the phone; call YOUR service number for YOUR server. You'll find it's not a "courtesy call" from your service, but a scam targeting seniors. Fay Hubbard

    Fay Hubbard
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