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I write from the heart and I write the truth as I see it. Thus, I have been hacked before on so many different blog venues.
Back before blogging really, I was swacked with emails as I struggled to complete my first book, Where Hell Freezes Over. Someone deeply resented the fact I was writing about the U.S. Navy in Antarctica. For some reason or other, the powers don't want you to know about the massive naval mission that took place there in 1946/47. The mission in which my father, William H. Kearns Jr. and his shipmates crashed their seaplane George 1, during a white-out over Thurston Island.
I went through three computers during that time. Each hit with a virus more pernicious than the last.
The news feeds are very important. You could check this page only for the news feeds and I wouldn't mind at all. That's what they are there for, a collection of feeds covering as many aspects of the BP oil spill as I can stuff into the bottom of the page.
There they sit, for now, blocked, turned off.
This means, those doing the hack weren't bothered by the worst of what I had to say in the actual posts, they were bothered by the fact you - just as I do each day - might sit there and watch the stories scroll through, and get an overall view as to what is happening.
This is nothing new to me.
Hacking is what craven cowards do when they can't argue the truth.