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  • Re: The Most Common Password Is . . . . . seinfeld?

    I suppose I should look into KeyPass; it's available for my Linux home system. I suppose there's a way to store the encrypted database on a server so I can use my passwords when I'm on somebody else's computer? I do have an encrypted ASCII file holding all my passwords. It can only be decrypted using my PGP private key. I've ...
    Posted to "Side Bar" WTF (Forum) by AndyCanfield on 03-14-2014
  • Re: The Most Common Password Is . . . . . seinfeld?

    I had a beautiful Thai wife. When we had a kid she went into chastity and I went into shopping. Hooked up with an old friend of hers. For several years I had the wife in one town and the mistress in the other town and spend a few days with each. Then the good-looking wife decided to sell herself on the market, but the ugly mistress is still with ...
    Posted to "Side Bar" WTF (Forum) by AndyCanfield on 03-14-2014
  • Re: The Most Common Password Is . . . . . seinfeld?

     A year ago my ex-wife and my mistress ganged up on me and cut it all off. A couple of months ago I grew a trim white beard. So the face keeps changing. Hair on top still short.
    Posted to "Side Bar" WTF (Forum) by AndyCanfield on 03-14-2014
  • Re: The Most Common Password Is . . . . . seinfeld?

    [quote user="El_Heffe"] People use stupid passwords and use the same passwords across multiple sites because they are lazy and stupid.. But, even if you're not lazy and stupid, too many websites make it difficult or impossible to use a "good" password. [/quote]  I have a low sercurity password that I use nearly ...
    Posted to "Side Bar" WTF (Forum) by AndyCanfield on 03-14-2014
  • Re: Remember Bitcoin?

    [quote]"Flexcoin solves nearly every problem that exists with the Bitcoin currency today."[/quote]Every problem except having all your money stolen. Where you keep your money determines who can steal from you. Keep it in a bank, and the bank, and the government, can steal from you. Keep it in a pile of dirty laundry, and the washer ...
    Posted to "Side Bar" WTF (Forum) by AndyCanfield on 03-05-2014
  • Re: BitCoins versus Gold

    Funny spectrum. At one extreme you have BitCoins, flakey high-tech this-minute psuedo-money. At the other extreme we have gold; solid low-tech milleniia-old money. Dr. Who doesn't have a computer full of BitCoins, he's got a back room full of gold that can buy a hamburger anywhere anytime.  
    Posted to "Side Bar" WTF (Forum) by AndyCanfield on 03-05-2014
  • Re: New design pattern: For loop on something you're not using that still does the work.

    [quote user="Mithious"]     // 100 lines of standard stuff that doesn't use j and fits really well into a separate function [/quote] Am I poor white trash, or do you guys on thedailyWTF all have monitors that are six feet wide and display five thousand pixels? Very very often I find some posting here where I have ...
    Posted to "Side Bar" WTF (Forum) by AndyCanfield on 12-17-2013
  • Re: The buck stops here

    <p> Actually your mother-in-law makes sense. "You" are a human being, a citizen, and subject to personal income taxes. A holiday with your wife comes out of your after-tax pocket. <p> On the other hand "They" are (or should be) a corporation which runs a business. Paying for an employee's wife to travel ...
    Posted to "Side Bar" WTF (Forum) by AndyCanfield on 12-04-2013
  • Re: YouTube: proof that monopolies are awful

    One more view counting me. If we keep posting links to videos like this WTF will be the most popular non-porn site on the planet! I live in Thailand. It is amazing how Thai men think that big white boobs are fantastic. Ugly face, ninety years old, and cripled with arthritis, it doesn't matter: big boobs equals beautiful. Thais would love this ...
    Posted to "Side Bar" WTF (Forum) by AndyCanfield on 11-16-2013
  • Re: Of payment gateways and quality assurance

    Qualification: I know nothing about payment servers. But I think that the problem is the confirmation from the payment provider is supposed to confirm that the payment was made and that you should ship the product. I could buy a computer and enter "Code 12345, 12 Orchard Street, Cleveland Ohio" and that would be rejected by the payment ...
    Posted to "Side Bar" WTF (Forum) by AndyCanfield on 10-30-2013
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