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How to Bypass Blocked or Locked Content on Websites

If you have ever been to a web page that blocks access to their content until you share or like their web page you probably also feel it is a really cheap and low class tactic and this page shows you how to easily bypass the locked or blocked content WITHOUT having to share or like the website.

What do I mean by Locked or Blocked Content on Websites

A new trend with WordPress based website owners is to force the user to share the web page before view it which is a sort of internet oxy moron because how can you like or recommend a web page BEFORE you view it.

Why Websites Lock Their Content and Force a Like or Share Before Allowing you to View Web Page

The reason websites do this is simple. The more social back-links (Twitter, Facebook, etc) a website has the more search engines notice them, think their website is important and relevant, the higher the position their website/web pages appear in search results which results in more traffic for them and more money (for whatever they are selling as a normal website that is truly trying to help people is not going to use this tactic).

In other words, these websites are using YOU to make themselves more popular. Great stuff right. Here is a picture of what I mean by blocked or locked content on a website.

Example of Web Page Content Blocked until you Like or Share

A few seconds after the web page loads (allowing you just enough time to BEGIN reading) this popup box appears asking you to like or share their page blocking your view of the webpage until you like or share them. Easily, easily, easily bypass this crap.

How to Bypass the Locked or Blocked Content

When you arrive at a web page that pulls this crap here is what you do to unlock or unblock it and view their web page without having to share a thing:

  1. Refresh the page to reload it. You can do this by clicking the refresh button on the web browser toolbar or press F5 on your keyboard.
  2. Most of the content locking WordPress plugins allows the web page to fully load before displaying the content blocking pop up asking you to share them. This is because the website owner does not want the content locking script to slow down the loading of their web page. When the page has loaded but BEFORE the content blocking pop up appears repeatedly and rapidly press the ESC key on your keyboard.

The escape key prevents the content locking script from executing so the blocking, share us/like us, popup box never appears.

Second Way to Unlock Locked Content using Google Chrome

One thing I LOVE about Google Chrome is the Inspect+ Element menu item when you right click a web page which allows you to really mess with and edit web pages so they behave more like you want them to.

  1. Select the This Content is Locked part of the web page with your mouse.
  2. Right click to bring up the Chrome context menu.
  3. Select Inspect menu item.
    Select Locked Content with Mouse and Right Click
  4. You will see a window open that displays the html code of the web page in hierarchical format. The part you selected with your mouse will be highlighted in this window.
  5. Move your mouse over the highlighted code section. Slowly move the mouse upward. Doing so selects the next, outermost html element. You want to keep moving your mouse upward until the outermost html element related to the content locked box is selected. You will know you have done this because when you have moved your mouse upward just one step too far you will see the content locked box become deselected.
    Move Mouse Upward so Outermost Part of Content Locked Box is Fully Selected
  6. Double Click the highlight code which will put it in edit mode.
  7. Position the mouse cursor at the very end of the code, after the very last quotation mark.
  8. Press SPACE on the keyword to insert a space.
  9. Enter the following css code  style="display:none;"
  10. When you click the mouse somewhere else on the page you will see the Content Locker Box disappear.

Video Instructions How to Remove and Bypass Locked Content Box

Unless you have html coding knowledge the above instructions will probably be difficult to execute so watch this video which makes it very clear how to do this.

Seems like the internet is a constant battle between good and evil (I assume we are the good right?)

Thomaston CT Parents Had Children Stolen by DCF

The story of Joe Watley and Karin Haseman who had their children unlawfully and wrongfully stolen from them by the Department of Children and Family may Finally get Revenge in the form of Monetary Compensation.

The DCF does not Know what Their Job is

On one side is the Connecticut Department of Children and Families, whose mission is to protect the welfare of children. On the other are a handful of advocacy groups who object to DCF’s handling of a long-running case involving two parents with ‘supposed’ mental health issues. In the middle are Karin Hasemann and Joseph Watley, who simply want their children back.

US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit on Watley and Haseman Side

Recently, they were given a glimmer of hope when the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit gave them a small, but significant, legal victory.

The Second Circuit said that a Connecticut federal court was too quick to dismiss a lawsuit in which the couple claimed that DCF violated the Americans with Disabilities Act in its handling of a termination of parental rights case.

The matter was remanded to the Connecticut federal court, where the couple is seeking  at least $1 million in damages and compensation.

“It’s not as if they don’t want their children, it’s that they can’t have their children,” said Hartford attorney Andrew O’Toole, who has provided some pro bono help for the couple. “These parents’ interest is to right this wrong. It’s not about financial gain but that’s the only remedy under the ADA.”

Joe Watley and Karin Hasemann with their two Boysoe and Karin with their two adorable children

The DCF has no Right to Predict Good People will be Bad Parents

The reason DCF stated for taking the children is called “predictive neglect.” Put simply, the agency is permitted to take custody of children if it determines the parents will neglect their child in the future based on their current mental state. Such policies are in place in 30 states and have drawn criticism from a number of legal rights groups and mental health advocates.Karin Hasemann of Watertown CT

Dan Barrett, a staff lawyer with the ACLU of Connecticut, said the issue facing the two parents is a “hot” one nationwide. In 2015, the U.S. Justice Department and the Department of Health and Human Services criticized Massachusetts’ child welfare agency after a newborn child was taken
from a mother with mild retardation just two days after being born.

“The DOJ has reached an agreement with Massachusetts over its DCF investigation policies and practices,” Barrett said. “For us, we’re interested to see how this and the Massachusetts action will force [other states] to take their ADA obligations seriously.”

According to court documents, Hasemann has been diagnosed with a “schizotypal personality disorder,” attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and other disorders, some of which developed after the removal of a brain tumor when she was a teenager. She also suffers from narcolepsy, a neurological condition that causes individuals to fall asleep unexpectedly.

I am a personal friend of Joe Watley and I can say he is the most mentally stable and even footed person I have EVER met in my life. Although I never met Karin Hasemann, from what Joe tells me, she is a saint of a woman and also a very mentally stable and happy person. I personally feel that Joe would be the best parent in the world and if I had a child I needed someone else to raise the first person I would contact would be Joe Watley.

The Battle for their Children since 2002

Child welfare officials have been involved in Hasemann’s life since 2002. Authorities took custody of her daughter shortly after the child’s birth. At the time, Hasemann was undergoing psychiatric treatment, according to court records.

Joseph Watley of Thomaston CTJoe Watley is not the father of Hasemann’s first child. But the Thomaston resident, who is described in court records as having a “personality disorder not otherwise specified,” is the father of a second child, a son born in a Pennsylvania hospital. Afterward, Pennsylvania officials contacted the Connecticut DCF about “reportedly bizarre behavior and inconsistent and inaccurate statements made by both parents,” according to court documents. The son was placed in foster care and has been in the same foster home since 2005. The couple had another son, who was placed in the same foster home as his brother and sister.

The first termination of parental rights hearing was held in Connecticut in 2008. There, DCF officials provided evidence that they made efforts to reunite the parents with their children. They listed the therapy and other treatment offered to the parents: they made six referrals for Hasemann and eight for Watley, according to court documents. The couple was given a list of steps they had to take to get their children back, but DCF claims they failed to follow through on the requirements. I know for a fact that Joe would do ANYTHING to get his kids back. When I asked Joe about how excited he is at the prospect of serious financial compensation for the stealing of his children his response was…

“I would rather have my kids back. People are much more important than money and those kids are the most important thing in my entire life.”

DCF Fails to Accommodate Watley and Hasemann

When parental rights were formally terminated, the couple filed an appeal, claiming DCF did not show it made every reasonable effort at reunification. They argued that DCF failed to show that Hasemann did not make every effort to meet the requirements set out by the agency. And they claimed that the agency did not do enough to accommodate their disabilities under the ADA during the parental termination process, and specifically did not appoint an ADA coordinator to assist them with their case.

The couple lost that appeal. They went on to file additional state court claims on similar grounds. All were dismissed. At one point, the Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities rejected the ADA claims, writing that an initial review “determined that there was no reasonable possibility that an investigation would lead to a reasonable cause finding of discrimination.”

Although DCF claims the couple failed to do what was asked of them to get their kids back the fact that they have been fighting for their two sons for more than 10 years shows a determination and a willingness to do anything and everything to get their kids back. Joe states

“The DCF needs to be punished for what they have done to me and Karin and I have to make sure they don’t steal anyone else’s kids ever again.”

In 2012, Superior Court Judge Christine Keller also addressed ADA arguments, saying that neither parent offered any evidence that their disabilities were covered by the ADA or that they needed special help navigating the DCF process. So the couple filed suit in federal court in 2013. The same day they also filed a petition for a temporary restraining order barring DCF from allowing their children to be adopted.

However, within two weeks, the district court denied the restraining order and dismissed the entire case. The judge ruled that the couple’s claims had already been raised, litigated and ruled on in state court. A legal doctrine called the Rooker-Feldman doctrine holds that federal courts (other than the Supreme Court) should not directly review state court decisions unless Congress has specifically authorized such relief.

The DFC Made a Serious Error in Judgement they don’t have the Courage to Admit

The Office of the Attorney General, which has represented DCF in the litigation, declined to comment on the case. However, its briefs argue that the couple has “not demonstrated that either their ADA rights or due process rights were violated by the defendants’ actions.”

The Second Circuit is not so sure. In a brief, four-page ruling released in January, the appeals court said Hasemann and Watley should have an opportunity to make their ADA arguments in Connecticut federal court. “We find that the district court acted prematurely in dismissing the complaint in this case,” the Second Circuit wrote. It also said that an attorney should be appointed for the couple, who filed the Second Circuit appeal pro se.

During the federal court case, the couple will not seek a reversal of the parental termination hearings, according to O’Toole, but will challenge whether the ADA was properly applied to their reunification efforts.

The ACLU’s Barrett and others are watching closely. “The thing we’re paying attention to is the state’s contention both that the ADA has no place as a defense in a [termination of parental rights] proceeding and that a person who undergoes a [termination] proceeding cannot then file a later federal lawsuit,” Barrett said. The Colorado-based Disabled Parents Rights group filed an amicus brief to the Second Circuit on behalf of the parents.

“Disabled Parents Rights strongly believes that when parents with intellectual, developmental or mental health disabilities are involved in a child welfare case, they must be provided with a process that is free of bias to ensure that they do not experience disparate treatment when faced with the prospect of termination of the parent child legal relationship,” wrote attorney Carrie Ann Lucas, the group’s executive director.


This page is going to show you how to easily report email spam to some powerful anti-spam, governmental, agencies by, simply forwarding the spam email, that will cause both the email spammers and the websites they advertise in their spam emails to be shut down.

Reporting Email Spam

For personal email I have a Yahoo email account. There is the regular inbox and the spam inbox. Yahoo is fairly effective at sorting email properly so most of the time the spam emails are in the spam folder.

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STOP Referrer Spam – step by step: How to Stop Referrer Spam

What is Referrer Spam

Referrer Spam: useless traffic that shows up in your website analytic data for the purpose of enticing you to visit the source of the referrer spam website.

If you have analytic code in your websites pages (such as piwik) there is a good chance you have experienced referrer spam. Referrer spam is just another form of internet assholes doing their thing.

Image of Referrer Spam in Analytic Data

Here is a screenshot of what referrer spam looks like in your analytic data. The spam referrer site in this image is I won’t give the assholes the pleasure of a backlink.

Image of referrer spam analytic.

The Purpose of Referrer Spam

The purpose of Referrer Spam: to get you, the website owner, to visit, out of curiosity, the referrer spam url website in the hopes you will join and become a customer.

The ultimate source of all referrer spam (the website you will end up landing on if you click the link of the referring spam an your analytic data) is always something to do with keyword research or something that would be of interest to a website owner. That is why these assholes target analytic data in the first place.

How it Works

You look at your analytic data to see who the visitors of your website are, where they are coming from, etc. You click on the link of the referrer spam showing up in your analytic. Usually the link redirects to the real website. The url that shows up in your analytic contains enticing keywords to get you to click.

The owners of the websites that the urls of referrer spam lead you to, should you click the link in your analytic data, have bots that go out looking for websites that have tracking coded embedded in the webpage. They then fake a visit from their website which shows up in your analytic data.

How to Stop Referrer Spam

Stopping referrer spam involves the use of an .htacess file. This is a special text file that gives your web server special instructions under certain situations.

To stop referrer spam: stop/block the referrer spam from reaching your web pages.

  1. If your web server already has an .htaccess file, simply download it and add the following code. In the example below make sure you replace the url with the url of the referrer spam you wish to block. Important: make sure the last url you add to the list ends with [NC] and not [NC,OR]. If your web server does not have an .htaccess file then enter the code below in a text file and save as .htaccess with nothing in front of the period. Make sure it saves as .htaccess and not .htaccess.txt
  2. RewriteCond %{HTTP_REFERER} 100dollars-seo\.com [NC,OR]
    RewriteCond %{HTTP_REFERER} best-seo-offer\.com [NC,OR]
    RewriteCond %{HTTP_REFERER} buttons-for-your-website\.com [NC,OR]
    RewriteCond %{HTTP_REFERER} success-seo\.com [NC,OR]
    RewriteCond %{HTTP_REFERER} videos-for-your-business\.com [NC]
    RewriteRule .* - [F]
  3. Upload/Re-upload the .htaccess file to your web server.

List of most Common Referrer Spam Urls

The following is the list of the referrer spamming that have plagued me and my websites the most.

full list of most all referrer spam assholes.

You could either keep modifying the .htaccess file as/if new referrer spam shows up or use the entire list so you never have to deal with it again.

Driver Following Too Close? How to stop driver following too close (+ have fun)

review mirror driver follow too closeThis page will show you how to stop drivers from doing one of the most annoying things there is on the road: following too damned close!! This is not only annoying (feels like someone behind you in a line pushing on your back going “come on, hurry up”) but dangerous to a certain extent.

If you have to slam on your brakes and someone is following you too close your cars back end is getting crunched (at the very least) and perhaps a serous neck injury to you. Here is a way I have come up with to stop driver from following too close AND having a little fun at the same time. evil smiley

The main weapon to use to get back at someone who is following you too close on the road is your windshield washer/wiper. The side benefit to this technique is you get to make your own windshield washer and save a little bit of money as well.

  1. Go to a discount store like a Big Lot or Dollar Store or something similar.
  2. Purchase a bottle or two of window cleaner (about 16 oz total is fine).
  3. Purchase a bottle of red colored sports drink like Gatorade.
  4. Fill your windshield washer fluid reservoir with the window cleaner, about a cup (8 oz) of the red drink and the rest with water.

driver following too close

When someone is following you too close simply turn on and hold the windshield washer button for about 6 seconds which is enough time so the excess will spray off your car and start spraying on the car behind you.

This concoction won’t leave permanent stains on anyone but it WILL freak out the driver behind you!! Think about it. He is following behind you right on your ass already hating your guts because your driving too damned slow. Next thing he knows this pinkish colored spray is getting on his windshield. First thing they are going to think is “is this stuff staining my car!!” Guaranteed he will back off – and a lot!!

There are probably other types of dyes you can use besides Gatorade but just make sure it won’t leave permanent stains!!!  Very important.

If you want to take revenge a step further you can enhance the effect by manipulating the passenger side windshield washer spray nozzle so it points higher up and starts to get on the car behind you faster. Exactly how this is done varies from car to car. No matter what kind of car you have this can be accomplished without too much difficulty. For example on my car I just had to pop the spray nozzle out with a screw driver and then insert a small shim of cardboard underneath to angle the spray tip up slightly.

If you have any tips to stop driver following too close please share them below for our enjoyment and evil inner sense of revenge.