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Sometimes we run a bit behind, don’t we. We’ve now made the switch for the Jan. 20th version. Thanks for razzing us. :-)
I was one of your original subscribers back in the old days. Then there was a long long break. Then Brigada evolved further. Now, I see a “new thing” but scared if this “Brigada Today” is spam or what. I have tried in vain to contact Brigada. Right away, I am scared stiff with the red box. I’ve only seen red red bright red box from my antivirus software or Microsoft or Family Protection software, etc. I have advised that you need to change that color. Bright red is an alert/alarm warning color. It normally reads: this site may not be what it claims to be. Do not open it.
I have tried to contact Brigada to verify your legitimate identity. No responses. This is characteristic of a rogue outfit. I wish you could contact me to prove your legitimacy.
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