Facebook’s Insidious Policy Of Spying On You Constantly, His Dog Died – He Was Hounded On Social Media, He Committed Suicide, Huge Number Of Canadians Forced To Borrow Money To Pay Their Bills, Avocado Is Being Displaced By A New Superfruit, Paris In China


Cool Conversations
With George Froehlich
Tuesday, April 17, 2018


Good morning :
— I was always under the impression that having a lot of tourists visit your city and or your country was a great thing. But no more, there are places in the world where there are far too many tourists visiting.
— Another new food trend. Avocado’s used to be the hottest fruit but now there is another one is taking over.
And yes, avocado is a fruit, I double checked it.
— For many people, pets are their children. And they treat them like that. And whenever a pet dies while travelling on a plane there is a major public outcry. But now there is a way of keeping tabs on your beloved pet while in flight.

George Froehlich
Editor
p.s. if you want to comment on anything, suggest changes to the newsletter or just say hello drop me a line at: coolconvomedia@gmail.com

FACEBOOK’S PRIVACY REGULATIONS ARE A FRAUD AND TOTALLY FALSE – THEY ARE CONSTANTLY SPYING ON YOU

THE STORY

Facebook’s privacy policy that is supposed to keep our personal information private is a complete and utter fraud.
And that means that nothing, even the messages you send on FB messenger, is private. FB keeps tabs on them and collects them.

THE SETTING

WHAT IT MEANS

So given all that Facebook snooping – can you do something about it?
Can you limit what information FB can collect on you and give you more privacy?
The answer is – YES.
And furthermore, you can see, edit and delete the information that advertisers use to target you.
And as an aside keeping the Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg safe is costing the company a fortune and likely will increase given all the all the negative publicity it has received over the privacy issue.

COOL CONVERSATIONS
PODCASTS

Every Monday and Thursday George Froehlich brings you interesting, unique and fascinating people that share their stories and perspectives.
DAVID PICOSKI – ROAMING THE WORLD, THE GARTH BROOKS ENCOUNTER, 10 WEEKS IN WAR-TORN LEBANON, BUYING LOVEBIRDS IN CENTRAL AMERICA, HIS SON AND JEREMY IRONS, THE WORLD’S HOT SPOTS
David Picoski used to be away from home as much as 250 days a year.
He travelled the world.
That was his job.
His job was that of a sound recordist for what was one of the most prestigious public affairs programs in the world – the CBC’s, The Journal.
David was a member of the Journal’s documentary unit.
His assignments took him all over the world – often he was away as much as two months at a time.
He lived in London, England for 20 weeks; 10 weeks in Beirut.
If there is one common theme in David’s life it is travelling.
He spent a year in New Zealand and for one year he travelled throughout Asia.
Mexico was another one of his travel destinations.
He journeyed by motorcycle with a friend. They had met in Thailand and then again in Jackson, Mississippi. And then Mexico was their next destination.
In this edition of Cool Conversations David talks to George Froehlich about;
Actor Jeremy Irons and what he did with his son prior to being interviewed.
What’s it like to sit down to a great lunch in Beirut and not far from you artillery shelling was busy trying to destroy the area.
What’s it like to live in a new country for months and weeks. How do you adapt or do you?
What was country singer Garth Brooks really like.
And what about the time he was in Central America with legendary CBC journalist Ann Medina and they went shopping at the local market and bought a couple of lovebirds.
And where was he when he heard about his first child.
Why he loves cooking.
And a whole lot more.

HIS DOG DIED A HORRIBLE DEATH – HE WAS HOUNDED ON SOCIAL MEDIA BECAUSE OF IT AND THEN HE TOOK HIS OWN LIFE

A tragic story.
A dog dies a horrible death in a car.
The owner is hounded on social media.
And no one would really believe his side of the story.
Finally it was too much – the owner took his own life.

CANADIAN DEBT LEVELS ARE ON THE RISE – FORCING CANADIANS TO BORROW MONEY TO PAY THEIR BILLS

The economy is on a hum.
There are more jobs available than people to fill them.
But despite that Canadians have to borrow money to pay their bills.

QUESTIONS ABOUT THE ROYAL WEDDING?

Prince Harry and Meaghan Markle are getting married
next month.
So there are lots and lots of questions about the wedding.

 

THE COLLAPSE OF TRUMP’S MERCHANDISE EMPIRE

Donald Trump used to make millions and millions of dollars.
It came from selling Trump merchandise.

THE CHINESE LOVE PARIS – SO THEY REPLICATED IT

Paris is a favourite destination for Chinese torists.
And they love Paris so much they have replicated Paris in China.

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