Steve Harvey Show ……Very upset

September 25, 2014 at 9:37 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment


Mr. Harvey,

My name is Keith Dunn and I LOVE your show.  I am a former detective/ member of the National Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, currently the President of the, a professional speaker, entertainer, author, serviced connected honorably disabled veteran, and a volunteer firefighter.  Let me just start out by saying again that I love your show and watch it as religiously everyday as the “Ellen Show” which is on immediately after your show.  Today you had a question from a young lady who is involved with a member of the FDNY for over/almost 13 years.  Her main concern was that her boyfriend has been working 24 hour shifts and he falls, or wants to sleep, while he is “with” her.  When you began to beat around the bush I started laughing like when I normally watch your show, and then it became real…

The young lady asking the question was obviously upset and hurting for only a suggestion from you.  As the jokes continued and you told stories about yourself, you never really got back to her question, which, I think is a very interesting, not like you, and most likely should be answered by a professional counseling therapist.  In fact, since I know you are a busy man, let me go ahead and try to provide a solution or some advice to her issue.


I truly feel your hurt and can empathize with what you are going through.  I can even guarantee that your boyfriend for 13 years barely dialogues with you and has a hard time keeping up with the conversation even when he does.  Any FDNY, or firefighter out there will tell you the same thing.  Almost every minute of sleep that does get during his 24 hour shift, he has to wake up out of a dead sleep, has to turn “it” on at a moment’s notice, and after putting an enormous weight of firefighting “gear” on, for most times between one to eight hour each time the bell rings, he has an extremely large amount of adrenaline and cortisol running through his blood which, in the long term is not healthy.  When he gets “down time”, away from the station, I am sure that his heart, head, and mind just want to be held and feel safe by someone who loves him.  Since you have been together for 13 years, I am assuming that he has shown, or told you this in one way or another.  My advice is to talk to him and find out what his work schedule is like then try to come to a date night compromise.  I know that sometimes, the perfect date night with my wife is a great home cooked meal, then just relaxing on the couch with her in my arms watching a movie.  If your man has a home cooked meal with you, starts watching something to take his mind off the “job”, with you in his arms, he is most likely going to fall asleep.

I would suggest letting him have a day of rest, alone, just to decompress, sleep, or do whatever it is that he needs to do to regain the energy to stay in this “long” 13 year BF/GF relationship.  You might have to give him one to three full days of rest.  Now, I am not saying that you should leave him alone to do nothing but “veg. out” on the couch for those days, yet I am saying that maybe he NEEDS the sleep.  I would also be considerate and ask him to please contact his primary health care provide to check on his “thyroid function” or any other potential medical conditions causing him to be so tired.

In conclusion, your man works a 24 hour a day job where he never gets to rest, and when he does, back at the fire house, most of the time he gets tossed out of bed, turning “it” on, and racing out of the firehouse into the unknown wearing that heavy gear for most of the 24 hours that he is working.  Be understanding, loyal, and committed but…..Don’t ever let yourself get walked on or pushed to the side when you are both in an open and honest relationship.

That is my personal belief and feeling on the matter of the question that was asked to Mr. Steve Harvey.

If Mr. Steve Harvey or the young lady would like to respond you can contact me from my website at a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization.

Warmest Regards,

Keith P. Dunn

KDCOP Foundation, President

PO Box 183

Washington, NJ 07882


Kindness is Contagious…CATCH IT! KDCOP T-Shirts

September 11, 2014 at 6:51 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

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iCloud Security Breach Update

September 3, 2014 at 10:48 am | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

New York 4 reports that Apple made a statement that they had absolutely had no breach of the iCloud or “find my iPhone” application.  The hackers that were able to breach some celebrity’s iClouds and get photos was a targeted attack on them personally.

This report from the New York 4 News Team solidifies my personal opinion that I made yesterday.  If you are not famous and just a common, hardworking citizen you should have nothing to fear.

However, I will remind everyone again that what you post or save online can never be 100% safe and secure.

Let’s all learn something from this and just be a smart digital citizen.

Keith Dunn – President

iCloud Celebrity Photos Hacked and Shared

September 2, 2014 at 7:47 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment
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So, I heard on the radio first thing this morning that Jennifer Lawrence as well as a few other mainstream celebrities had their iCloud files hacked into and posted online to expose some pretty revealing photos.  Some of which were fake, digitally altered nude photos, and some were legitimate.  A few minutes ago I turned on Access Hollywood and the breaking news was about the very same topic.  As a former undercover internet detective, an internet safety expert, professional speaker as well as the president for the KDCOP Foundation,, a nonprofit organization, I had to chime in with my two sense.  Sorry about all of the commas.  I get very passionate when it comes to people posting things online and privacy issues.

You see, I get the opportunity to educate millions of students, faculty, parents, and even law enforcement officers about this, as well as other topics related to using the internet in a safe manner.

Since the FBI is now conducting an investigation into the matter I will leave my legal comments out for now.  I think I will chime in once the investigation is concluded.

On a more personal note, it sounded on the radio and on the television that everyone should panic about getting their iClouds, DropBoxes, and any other online storage sites hacked into.  Let’s get real here for a minute.  Everyone should already know that you really should never keep ANYTHING stored online that you wouldn’t want anyone else to see.  I completely understand that it is password protected and you are entitled to the expectation of privacy.  The truth of the matter is keep your private business private and locked up somewhere safe.  Flash drives work great.  This way you can keep everything safe and even secure by locking away your flash drive in a safe place.  I know that this isn’t as convenient as using an online storage site but unless you drop your flash drive on the street, your content is on its own private little hard drive island.  By the way, I will not be getting into any technical, forensic discussions about any online storage sites and will leave that up to the new, technologically aged forensic experts in that field. 

My expert opinion is that you should never save or post anything online that you wouldn’t mind the world seeing.

My emotionally charged personal opinion is that who the heck really cares about a common person’s iCloud storage files.  If you are not a major internet sensation, corporate leader of a fortune 500 company, or, as we all saw, a celebrity, then you really don’t have to jump into panic mode.  I am pretty sure that a hacker is not interested in anything that a common citizen puts on their “Cloud”.  Well……Unless you make someone very very angry.

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