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I found it interesting that the setting of "Dirty Dancing" is at a resort in the Catskills. This is because the film and the actual resorts were quite different. Originally, resorts in the Catskill Mountains region sprung up because Jewish families (mostly from New York City) wanted to vacation but in the early to mid-20th century, anti-Semitism meant Jews were not especially welcome in many traditional vacation spots...so they essentially built their own. And, from the early 20th century to the late 60s, these so-called 'Borscht Belt' resorts were popular and packed. But, in recent years, the decline in anti-Semitism, the discontinuation of railroad lines to the area and the new highway system sparked a decline in folks wanting to vacation there...and soon Jewish (and some non-Jewish) families began vacationing other places....and the resorts faded*. I mention all this because when you watch the film, you can't tell anything is Jewish about the resort--the residents, the food or, well, pretty much anything. And, you learn nothing about the history of the places...which is pretty interesting, especially when you read about it and learn about the dozens of famous Jewish comedians who plied their trade and often got their starts at these resorts.The film begins when the Houseman family arrive at one of these resorts for vacation. The oddly named 'Baby' Houseman (Jennifer Grey) is a very kind-hearted young lady, as when she learns that one of the dancers at the resort is pregnant, she tries to do what she can to help. Much of this is training with Johnny (Patrick Swayze) to fill in for his pregnant dance partner who is pregnant. Ultimately, however, this ends up putting her in hot water with her father (Jerry Orbach), as he thinks that Baby is having an affair with Johnny ...and that Johnny ALSO is the guy who got this other girl pregnant. Well, Dad is right that Johnny and Baby are in love...but he's not the pig who got the girl pregnant and then walked away. This is the major tension through most of the film. And, because of that, Baby has to sneak around to see Johnny...that is, of course, until the end of the film.While the story and romance are pretty good, the reason to see this film (and hear it) is because of all the great old tunes from the 60s as well as the iconic tunes from the 80s that became ubiquitous on the radio following the release of this film. So many Top 10 songs from this film....ones that if you lived through the era you'll never forget. My only complaint is minor...some of the hairstyles and fashions occasionally look MUCH more like the 80s than the 60s! Still, an excellent and unique movie...one you really should see.*By the 1980s, nearly all of the old Catskills resorts had closed. Because of that, Virginia and North Carolina fill in for New York State in this film.
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I know a lot of people in the security industry, and I know a lot of people who enjoy Facebook. However, there's not much overlap between these groups. As someone who's in both groups, I'm an oddity. Many security experts either always steered clear of the social network or are currently advocating deleting it. I closely follow security topics and products such as antivirus utilities, and I also use Facebook, but carefully. I don't see any need to delete my Facebook account. But now that Facebook has made it so easy to download everything the social network has about me, I went ahead with that process. Perusing the resulting archive, I ran into some surprises, both positive and otherwise.
Note that you'll have to supply your Facebook password twice during this process, because this is sensitive information. Facebook also warns that you should protect the downloaded data, as it contains sensitive material. Your best bet would be to encrypt the data when you're not actively studying it.
Once you unzip the downloaded archive, you'll find you have a folder containing a file INDEX.HTM plus folders named html, messages, photos, and videos. Ignore the folders for now; just launch INDEX.HTM and start exploring.
If you haven't yet done it, scroll back to the top of this article and follow the instructions to download your own archive. Page through it, think about it, do your best to get past the poorly designed parts. The archive isn't just evidence for you of what Facebook has on you. You can also make it a useful resource, assuming it doesn't inspire you to simply delete Facebook.
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