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The War Vet, the Dating Site, and the Phone Call From Hell

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

“Please don’t go!” Jared’s mother, Kathy Bowling, begged him. “This is why I don’t want you to go!”

“This is why I have to go,” he told her.

Two months after he graduated, in May 2012, Jared packed his bags to join the Army. In his spare time during training, he recorded videos of himself in his camouflage uniform, singing pop songs and Christian hymns, which he uploaded to his YouTube channel. He was deployed to Afghanistan less than a year later, manning a .50-caliber gun atop a Buffalo, a moving-truck-sized armored vehicle.

Jared had wanted to see combat, but the reality of it hit him harder than he’d imagined. He was terrified one night when his base came under rocket fire. Two of his buddies were blown up in a truck. But that wasn’t the worst of it. Jared told his brother about one particular firefight where he was blasting away with the .50-caliber gun. “I don’t know for sure, but I might have killed a child,” he told Jacob. He didn’t want to say much more about it.

After a patrol in Kandahar Province one day, Jared injured his back while getting off the Buffalo. He was flown to a hospital on a base in Germany. There, the doctors put him on painkillers and told him he couldn’t go back into combat. After barely six months in the field, he was done as war-fighter.

Stuck on base, his ambitions crushed, Jared started coming unglued. He hit the bars every night, drinking heavily. He got a local woman pregnant. He was caught driving drunk and confined to barracks. He made a clumsy suicide attempt with pills, which got him placed in psychiatric care for a few days. By October 2015 he was discharged and back home in Greenville.

Though his parents, sister, and two brothers gave him a hero’s welcome, Jared was lost. “All my life I wanted to be a soldier, and now I can’t do that,” he told Jacob. “I just feel worthless.” He bounced from job to job and between his divorced parents’ houses. As the months went by, his once muscular physique turned soft. Jared had nightmares and occasional panic attacks and got into bar fights. He was diagnosed with PTSD and prescribed antidepressants. Stuck for a job, he bought a Jeep and started driving for Uber. Over Kathy’s objections, he also bought a stubby black 9-mm pistol to keep in the car, for protection.

By mid-2018, though, things were looking up. He was dating a local girl. He had a dog, a lively German shepherd he called Tex. He’d landed a great job for a chatterbox like him, selling phones and internet service plans at the local AT&T store, and he and Jacob had moved into an apartment with a balcony overlooking the complex’s pool. The brothers would cook, watch football games, stream Netflix with their girlfriends. Once a week they’d have dinner with their mom and then go into town to drink tequila and sing at DT’s, their favorite karaoke bar. Just about every time, Jared would wail through his three signature songs—“Drops of Jupiter,” “Bohemian Rhapsody,” and “No Diggity.”

The caller said he was a police detective. He’d been contacted by Caroline’s parents, who were outraged that Jared had sexually propositioned their daughter.

Though he and his girlfriend didn’t mean to get pregnant, Jared was overjoyed when his son Jaxon was born. He stopped taking the antidepressants; he wanted to keep his head clear to be a good dad to the baby.

Before long, however, Jared split with Jaxon’s mom. Suddenly he was a part-time single dad, fighting regularly with his ex. He turned to Tinder and soon started seeing a young woman whom I’ll call Lisa—she doesn’t want her real name published. But from time to time, he still cruised dating sites, and in early September he came across the pretty blonde who said her name was Caroline Harris. The two chatted on the dating app. When she said, “I’ll be 18 in a few weeks,” he replied, “Oh that’s cool when will you be 18?”

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One man’s story of an online dating scam will scare the hell out of you

He got caught out for between £8,000 and £10,000… Beware of the perils of online dating. It can be a minefield. Just ask John (not his real name) who spoke to Stephen Nolan on The Nolan Show about his horrible experience with online dating. John outlined how he had joined the world of online dating because he was feeling lonely and he wanted some female company. He fell victim of an online dating scam. He thought he’d found what he was looking for but pretty quickly, the person said that her parents were sick and she couldn’t afford food and that she needed money. Read More….

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‘IT’S BEEN A NIGHTMARE’ Mum’s hell after learning her osteopath husband was filming himself having sex with patients at work

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‘IT’S BEEN A NIGHTMARE’ Mum’s hell after learning her osteopath husband was filming himself having sex with patients at work

THE ex-wife of an osteopath who filmed himself having sex with a patient has told of her “nightmare” ordeal. Lucinda Salway’s ex-husband and business partner Nicholas Salway was blasted for bringing his profession into disrepute at a disciplinary hearing last …

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20 Foolproof Ways to Ask a Guy On a Date—That He’ll Love

Forget the flowers and cards; if you want to ask a guy out on a date in a way he’ll love, check out our 20 creative, foolproof ways to do so. Turning up at a guy’s door with a bunch of flowers, a glittery card, and a sickly sweet poem is more likely to have him running for the hills than into your arms. Read More….

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Aphrodisiacs and Food Hell: A Lover’s Guide to Eating Well

Food can be an incredibly important part of the lovemaking process, from the aphrodisiac properties of some, to the downright turn off provided by others. Lovemaking, sex, if you prefer, is something very few of us would wish to exist without. Read More….

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30 Cute Things to Do for Your Boyfriend *He’ll Love Them!*

Running out of ideas on how to show your love to your boyfriend? Here are some cute and totally inexpensive ways you can say “I love you.” You love your boyfriend like no other, but lately, you’ve become so preoccupied with a lot of things that you’ve slacked off in being the sweet girlfriend you once were. Read More….

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Eight Siblings Who Survived Notorious Child Abuse Case Describe The Hell They Endured For Decades

It’s called one of the most notorious child abuse cases in California history. Mansa Musa Muhummed is serving seven consecutive life sentences after beating, torturing and starving his 13 children and three “wives” for decades. Now, all of the children are grown, and eight of them come together for the first time to share their history of unimaginable horror at the hands of their polygamist father who lived with three “wives.”

In the video above, they recall living in the hell they endured for decades.

“Our living conditions were like a concentration camp. We were on complete lockdown. The doors were locked, the windows were locked.

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Ingenious kid hacks his parents’ phones so that the word ‘no’ automatically changes to ‘hell yes’ – before asking them if he can throw a party

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

At first glance it might seem like the young man in this post has the coolest parents ever – parents who not only give the go-ahead for him to have a party, but consent with an emphatic ‘hell yes!’ But things aren’t quite what they seem. According to a recent post on Imgur/Reddit, prospective party host Brendan – under the username nasshole – managed to hack his parents’ phones in order to guarantee that he would get the ‘yes’ from his mom and dad in order to throw the bash. ‘Added a shortcut to parents’ phone every time they type “no”,’ explained the original poster of the text conversation. In a screenshot of a group conversation, the creative kid asks: ‘Hey guys can I throw a party tmrw night. [sic]’ From there, hilarity and confusion ensues, as the boy has programmed his mother’s phone to autocorrect the word ‘no’ to something else entirely. ‘HELL YES, [sic]’ is the response that comes from Brendan’s mom. But something isn’t quite right, so she tries again. ‘Wait,’ she writes. ‘I typed HELL YES. [sic]’ The confused mom is soon backed up by Brendan’s father Jim, whose cell phone has similarly lost the ability to type […]

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