Vikings tweet out the latest in phishing and malware as a reminder of the dangers

The Vikings were hacked earlier this month, and the team’s Twitter account responded to the breach by posting a short video featuring a voice-over message reading “Welcome to your home for the holidays!”

The tweet came from a person claiming to be a fan.

The video was shared over 100 times, with the account itself becoming the most popular.

The voice-overs read “Welcome home from the holidays.

Keep the Vikings going!”

The Vikings’ Facebook page also shared the video.

In the video, a man asks the Vikings’ team account, “Where are the Vikings?

Where are the fans?”

The answer: a series of numbers that appeared to be the address of the Vikings locker room.

The number is “903-228-1213.”

The video then states, “The best way to find out what happened is to watch it.”

The voiceover ends, “Thank you for watching.”

The team responded on Twitter to say that it is “looking into the matter.”

The Vikings had not previously commented on the incident.

The incident follows a similar breach at the New England Patriots.

Earlier this year, the Patriots tweeted out a short message on the team page, reading, “We have been hacked and our password has been exposed.

We are taking security measures to ensure we never let the team down again.”

The tweet was shared more than 10,000 times.

The message was later removed.

The Patriots, who also posted a short statement on the tweet, also said they are looking into the incident and are “working to make sure we have an easy to access email account so that we can quickly respond to anyone who needs help.”

The Patriots are the only NFL team to have not yet responded to ESPN’s request for comment.

I’m Going to Get Fired for My Credit Score

I’m going to get fired for my credit score.

The score has gotten so bad I can’t even afford a credit card anymore.

That’s how bad my score is.

My husband, who works a full-time job, and I have a child, who’s two, and an infant in the house, and our mortgage is $300,000.

I’m also broke, because my credit is so bad that I’m just broke.

I’ve applied for a job in New York City that pays $150,000 a year, but my credit history is just as bad.

I don’t even have the money to pay for my car.

My credit is a mess.

I am struggling to pay bills and to pay my bills.

I have been getting a lot of bad calls and texts from people who are trying to get me to pay up on my credit cards.

I think the fact that my score so bad is because of my inability to pay on my own is ridiculous.

I didn’t have a job when I went into debt to pay off my credit card.

I had no idea I needed to go into debt for that.

When I tried to pay it off, it just got worse and worse and better.

I was having so much trouble, it became overwhelming.

I would go home from work at 3:30 in the morning and I would be sitting in my apartment trying to find money for my bills to pay them.

I wasn’t able to find anything to pay.

I’d go to Walmart and I’d buy a pair of shoes, and then I’d call my bank, and they’d say, “You can’t get a credit score, you’re over the limit.”

And I would say, I’m over the cap.

I just can’t pay the bills, and my credit goes into the black, and there’s nothing I can do about it.

But I was able to pay with credit cards and that helped me get through it.

And my husband was able, too, to get through the crisis.

He worked a full time job for about two years and was able at one point to pay his mortgage and get some credit cards for his car.

But the whole time, I was struggling.

My debt went up, and the bills kept going up, too.

I got a credit report from Equifax that showed a total of about $250,000 in debt, and that’s just from one credit card, my husband’s.

It was just too much.

I really, really needed to get out of debt.

I could get out, but I couldn’t.

I couldn.

So I did everything I could to make myself financially stable, to make sure I didn the credit card debt.

And that was really, I think, the tipping point for me.

And I’m not saying I’m blaming Equifax.

Equifax has done a really good job of monitoring all of our credit history.

They have some tools that you can do on your own, but they’re not really the same.

But it really put me in a bind.

I realized that there’s a really big problem with the way that I am living my life, and not being able to afford anything in the way of my credit was not just the result of the credit score problem, but the reason why I was going through that crisis.

I know that people get hurt.

I get that.

And it was a very difficult situation for me to deal with, and a lot happened in the process.

I thought about suicide a lot, because that’s what I felt like was happening to me.

I felt, and have been, so trapped and so isolated in my own life that I really couldn’t help it.

I wanted to get the help I needed, and to get it fast.

So the first thing that I did was to talk to the credit reporting agency that is supposed to help me with my credit.

I went in and spoke with a lawyer who specializes in financial issues and I met with him and he explained the process that they had for me, and it was really easy to understand.

The lawyer said that they have to know that you’ve been doing this for a long time, and your credit history has gotten worse.

And the only thing that you have to do is get a copy of your credit report every month for the next five years, and pay a fee.

I started paying that monthly fee, and so far, it has worked out well.

And they’re pretty good at it.

They just send me a letter that says, I’ll give you a credit check and a letter from the credit bureau that is verifying my score.

So it’s really easy.

The next step was to get a letter in writing from the consumer protection agency, and we had a lot more trouble finding a lawyer that could help us.

But after we did that, we finally found one that agreed to do our case.

So we had one lawyer on the case who did a really thorough