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When we fly its mandatory to have a boarding pass to get on the plane. Right before boarding on an airplane we hold onto our boarding passes like our lives rely on upon it. But after we boarded, many, if not all of us, doesn’t care anymore about this ticket. Sometimes we throw it in the plane, other times we left it in the hotel room, or just chuck it. But this careless can get you into so much trouble. There is personal information encrypted on your boarding pass. After someone took a screen shot of the bar code on the ticket, you will be amazed of how much personal information that person can get about you: home address, banking info, email address, phone number.
Watch the video and share it for others to learn about the risks and damage of being careless with their boarding pass!
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Things to do while in New Mexico
Acoma's "Sky City" is built atop a mesa on the tribal lands of the Acoma people. Haa'aku, or a "place prepared," is built 367 feet above the desert floor on a sandstone bluff, and is the oldest continuously inhabited community in North America. It is the only Native American site designated a historic site by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. It lies west of Albuquerque off I-40.