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IMPORTANT for UEFA Championship League Fans – Change in Viewing Stream for Games!

Are you a U.S. based UEFA Champions League Fan.
Is your favorite team playing in the Champions League this year?

Well here is how you can watch the matches, free and pay per view.

TNT outbid Fox for the U.S. rights but they are not going to be as nice to us as Fox was.

Turner Broadcasting also recently bought the online company Bleacher Report.

Tomorrow, Wednesday, TNT will be showing two games for free. One early and one late.

here is the TNT line up.
9 a.m. PDT UEFA-BR Football Matchday
9:55 a.m. PDT ACF Ajax vs. AEK Athens FC
12 noon PDT Real Madrid vs. AS Roma
2 p.m. PDT UEFA-BR Football Post Match

Today, the pre and post games were very well done. May because my team won. I’ll be watching again tomorrow.

For all other games, you need to go to and pay $2.99 per game. They have multi day passes.

One game that will probably make them lots of money is Manchester United at Young Boys at 12 noon.

Comment below if you need any help with getting set up.

Enjoy. The Champioooooooons!

Equifax Data Hacked. 143 Million Affected. Find out if you are one of them.

Read to see if you are affected then share with anyone you think might benefit from this.
I want to spare you all the techie stuff and tell you what you need to know, what happened and what you need to do now.
On Thursday, Equifax revealed that personal details of as many as 143 million U.S. consumers were accessed by hackers between mid-May and July.
Hackers gained access to certain files that included Names, Social Security Numbers, and Driver’s License Numbers. This is one of the worst I have seen. In addition, credit card numbers for approximately 209,000 U.S. consumers, and certain dispute documents with personal identifying information for approximately 182,000 U.S. consumers, were accessed.
An analyst said, “on a scale of 1 to 10, this is a 10.”

What to do?

Go to
click on Potential Impact. On the next page, click on Check Potential Impact. On the next page, enter your last name and the last 6 digits of your social security number. Check the “I’m not a robot” box and click on continue.
Here is what mine says.
“Thank You
Based on the information provided, we believe that your personal information may have been impacted by this incident.
Click the button below to continue your enrollment in TrustedID Premier.”
If you are impacted, you will get the same text and you will need to click enroll. You will be given instructions as to your enrollment into the program. Trusted ID Premier will monitor all activities on your credit report (not sure for how long for free). When this happened to Experian two year ago, they did the same thing for me and I would get an alert any time my credit data was accessed. It was all from me. So far, no illegal activity.

Other things to remember.

By law you can access all three or your credit reports once a year for free. The official site for this is
I will do another article explaining how this works.
If you haven’t accessed and printed all three of your reports in at least a year, please do so right away.
Please add your questions in the comments section below.