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Wakanda & Busan
Image Credit: Marvel
"So it was more than a little ironic that a depiction of a real city—specifically, Busan, Korea—was the needle-scratch moment for me, taking the scale made of vibranium off my eyes. In a movie about a fictional country, the least real thing was a real city inhabited by 3.4 million people" (Ask A Korean, March, 2018).
H/T Christopher Doll.
Read more: askakorean.blogspot.com/2018/03/wakanda-and-busan.html
Proponents of globalization have argued this phenomenon is a smooth and seamless process. A "happy process" with many benefits. The IRS phone scams represent in part one of the many perils of globalization, and scammers are exploring new ways to steal identities. Consider reading the following article by Halah Touryalai (Forbes Deputy Editor), and listen to snippets of a phone call below. The scammers called from 202-534-3918. They were called back and recorded on June 13, 2016. Please share this post.
How An IRS Telephone Scam Nearly Duped Me Out Of $5,000 by Halah Touryalai (Source: Forbes).