I wrote to my host to complain about being unable to get anything done and he wrote back,
“The problem isn’t probably related to the work we’re doing, but related to tighter restrictions we put in place to limit the number of active connections to a site before we block the IP (in order to catch DDOS type attacks). We can put a whitelist in for you that will resolve your issues…”
Here’s to hoping things will return to normal then.
In honor of Black History Month I’m profiling one African-American MP every day on this blog for the month of February. Today’s case is Angela Darcel Cephas, who disappeared from Port Norris, New Jersey on May 4, 1984.
She was tiny — only a little over four feet tall. And she was seven months pregnant.
Angela left to go on a bike ride through her neighborhood and never came back. The bike never turned up either, which is unusual. She left all her belongings behind at home.
Sadly, the most common non-natural cause of death in pregnant women is homicide, and the most common killer is the father of the baby. In Angela’s case, she had identified a former boyfriend as the father of her unborn child, but he said he was not the father and had never even dated her. This man also refused to cooperate with the police in her disappearance.
If Angela is still alive, she’d be 52 or 53 and her baby would be 33. But I’m pretty sure Angela is dead and her baby was never born.