Indonesian Woman Who Offered to Wed Whoever Bought Her Home Finds Groom Is Already Married

BBk6Blp.imgPerhaps it was always too good to be true. Indonesian homeowner Wina Lia, who offered to marry whoever agreed to purchase her house, has now discovered that the man of her dreams is in fact already married.

Redi Eko agreed to wed Wina as well as buy her home, and had admitted that he was once married, but another woman has since stepped forward, claiming she is still his legitimate wife, Indonesian media reports.

Wina, a 40-year-old single mother, is ostensibly surprised. “He never told me,” she said, as quoted by Kompas daily. “Yes, I am shocked when I read from mass media that he already has a wife. I am disappointed.”

Redi’s alleged wife, Endang Titin Wapriyustia, who, like Wina, who earns a living by running a beauty salon, also said that she was “surprised” when she heard her husband wanted to marry another woman.

Endang said she and Redi were married on March 8, 2014. They had known each other since they were teenagers and they reconnected after Redi’s first marriage ended and Titin’s husband passed away, leaving her with three children. The couple don’t see each other often because he lives in Lampung, in Sumatra, while she resides in the central Javanese town of Solo — not far from Yogyakarta, where Wina lives.

Endang said she wouldn’t stop her husband from marrying Wina, as long as they get divorced first.

But she hopes Wina would reconsider her plan to marry Redi. “He gave me many promises before, from buying me a luxurious house, a car for my child and taking me for an umrah [minor pilgrimage to Mecca], but until now, nothing,” Endang said. “Since we married [in March 2014], he didn’t give me money apart from 300,00 rupiah [$23] for Eid al-Fitr and 10 million rupiah [$760] for the wedding.”

Whether any of this has influenced Wina is unclear, though she has put her marriage plans on hold, saying: “I am postponing it, until this matter is taken care of.”

I guess there some things in this world I am not supposed to understand………..

Just Dawgs luck: Dating site hackers expose details of millions of users

Personal information relating to almost four million users of a world wide online dating website has been leaked by hackers, according to Channel 4 News.

Details of users’ sexual preferences – including whether they are gay or straight, and whether they are seeking extramarital affairs – has been compromised, along with email addresses, usernames, dates of birth, postcodes and the unique internet addresses of users’ computers.

A hacker posted data relating to users of Adult FriendFinder onto a forum on the dark web, the hidden part of the internet that is invisible to Google. Within hours of the data being leaked, hackers on the forum said they intended to hit victims with spam emails.

The Adult FriendFinder site has 63 million users worldwide and claims more than seven million British members. The dating site bills itself as a “thriving sex community”, where users can share sensitive sexual information.

The information of 3.9 million users has been leaked, including those who told the site to delete their accounts.

Shaun Harper, one of those whose details have been published, says he has been targeted with virused emails since his information was made public. “The site seemed OK, but when I got into it I realised it wasn’t really for me, I was looking for something longer term. But by that time I’d already given my information. You couldn’t get into the site without handing over information.

“I deleted my account, so I thought the information had gone. These sites are meant to be secure.”

Online crime experts believe that after the initial spam email campaign, hackers will use the data to find potential blackmail targets.

“Where you’ve got names, dates of birth, ZIP codes, then that provides an opportunity to actually target specific individuals,” says Charlie McMurdie, a cybercrime specialist for PwC and former head of the Metropolitan police’s electronic crime unit.

FriendFinder Networks Inc, which owns Adult FriendFinder, told Channel 4 News that it is investigating the leak.

“FriendFinder Networks Inc… understands and fully appreciates the seriousness of the issue. We have already begun working closely with law enforcement and have launched a comprehensive investigation with the help of leading third-party forensics expert.

“We pledge to take the appropriate steps needed to protect our customers if they are affected.”

Retro of the day: Buffalo Springfield

For What It’s Worth” is a song written by Stephen Stills. It was performed by Buffalo Springfield, recorded on December 5, 1966, and released as a single in January 1967; it was later added to the re-release of their first album, Buffalo Springfield. The single peaked at number seven on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. This song is currently ranked #63 on Rolling Stone‘s list of The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time as well as the eighth best song of 1967 by Acclaimed Music

The song was inspired by an event that took place during the early stages of the psychedelic era in November 1966, the year in which Buffalo Springfield started playing as the house band at the Whisky a Go Go on the Sunset Strip in Los Angeles.[3] According to the Los Angeles Times,[4] annoyed residents and business owners in the district had encouraged the passage of strict (10:00 p.m.) curfew and loitering laws to reduce the traffic congestion resulting from crowds of young club patrons. This was subsequently perceived by young, local rock and roll music fans as an infringement on their civil rights, and on Saturday, November 12, 1966, fliers were distributed along the Strip inviting people to demonstrate later that day.