Posts Tagged ‘scam’

By Cameron McKirdy

A creepy Healthy Oregon Project or HOP vending machine pops up at Sunset Empire Parks and Recreation pool in Seaside, Oregon to collect your personal DNA. Don’t use these OHSU genetic collecting and screening devices. Respect your privacy, and protect your sensitive information.

Look what the Oregon Health & Science University did to this sperm donor! They lied to a Doctor about his genetic material, and how they would use it. Free services should be examined carefully. You can’t even call anyone about these HOP Spots.  No number anywhere online.  Now there’s two machines in my city.  Another got placed at Providence Seaside Hospital.  Staff was told not to talk about it.  Not sketch at all.

Contact Skyler Archibald to complain about this program. (503) 738-3311 sarchibald@sunsetempire.com

Stupid Art project trying to be clever via Ted Talks.

23andMe and other genetic screening services will give your precious DNA to cops.

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Don't use one of these machines!

Big Brother just took a dump in the pool

By Cameron McKirdy

Let me start by saying Happy Holidays!  I wish you the best, and hope you give more than you get.  Having said that, my fam was in town for Thanksgiving, and Black Friday shopping/trampling.  Before my Dad and I set out to hike near Mount St. Helens, they invited me into their hotel for a free deluxe continental breakfast.  The feast was on.

The hotel had waffles to make, yogurt, fruit, hash browns, juice, coffee, cereal, eggs, sausage, everything!  I can’t say I’ve ever sneaked into a hotel for a free breakfast (before this), but I would if I was hungry.  However, when I am a legit guest I do take goodies for the road.  Trust me, my pockets get filled with honey packets, peanut butter, whatever.  My brother use to creep into fine hotels in Eugene about twice a month to get his fill before class.  Andrew blogged about it here on Survival Bros.  It’s funny.  But I’m not advising you to steal, just sharing a survival tactic for if you’re about to die and need food energy.

You can see in the HD video above I loaded up on the complementary grub, and took it back to their room.  I scarfed it, and sipped dank coffee.  Then I scoured for other freebies like shampoo, soap, packaged coffee, plus sugars, creamers, straws, napkins, and a new roll of toilet paper.  It’s not much, but it will help me get through another day.  Being a scavenger is key to survival.  Work on that skill just in case.  Please visit here regularly.  I will be blogging about my 10 mile Mt. St. Helens hike soon.  Take care of yourself, and each other.  And question authority!

hotel waffle