My phone – on which I now do a factory reset every 1 to 7 days and which I mainly only still use for internet access on my computer – keeps switching wifi on (and hotspot off, but that may be a different story).
(That seems to refer to urban slang. https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=wifi%20wifey) (Often, when I can’t figure out what on earth something that I am bombarded with means, it later turns out to be related to urban slang.)
And that connects to the weird “married/marriage” windows that opened up on my screen some time ago, I suppose.
My new computer – different architecture, different OS – essentially behaves the same way as my old computer did since it was directly accessed on 19 July 2020 when I was out to collect something via Freecycle (old newspapers) which took a 3-hour walk.
The computer freezes all the time, various websites and services are not accessible and some of those are reporting strange error messages and so on. As with the old computer, I now keep having to flip the power switch on the wall. Because it freezes and throwing power off it is the only way to get out of the freeze. But the BIOS has stopped producing its beeps when I log in so that the reboots are less noticeable in adjacent flats. Could that be due to a software update? Sure..
On my old computer, he briefly threatened to delete another directory yesterday. Taunting. It concerns something that I am working on right now. The other directory is still missing. The one that he deleted in, when was it, September, is still missing, that is, two new directories, both empty, took its place back then. The point of that? No idea.
I also appear to have received at least one spoofed e-mail today.t
I refer you to this post, too, for the long list of examples of malicious interference that I have been subjected to after I moved from Southampton to Portsmouth, following the words “conditio sine qua non”:
Ya can’t make it up, sigh. Being the target of full-on sadistic stalking is an utterly exhausting experience. It’s somebody sucking the life out of you, 24/7.
And society has no answers for it. But I do.
PS. Have I already mentioned that, these days, often when
every time he enters my flat when I am out, he seems to break something? It often concerns objects that are grey in colour. They’re always personal objects, things that I wear or use often. I find them broken, all of a sudden, without having fallen or having given signs of weakness and not in ways that I’ve ever experienced before. Could it be a coincidence? Sure. But I do know for certain that he broke something on 19 July, when he also took a bunch of colourful socks from my laundry basket, all of them, to be precise (and apparently dropped what I think was cigarette ash into the remaining laundry).