Every time I turn around, I need to change a password.
Worse, when I got fed up with Internet Explorer’s habit of spinning, crashing and burning, I switched to Google. That meant that all of my browser stored logins and passwords disappeared; and since they were stored, I didn’t always have the information in hard copy, so I had to reset many passwords.
Then, when I realized that Google knew more about me than my proctologist, I switched to Mozilla. Even though I have been more attentive to saving passwords, the super-secret list is always in another part of the house, so the inconvenience continued.
Now, I see where the Chinese know everything about government employees—which is more than the US Government can claim—except for the NSA.
So, it’s getting scary.
The scariest part is that we haven’t heard what Russia is up to. Informed sources tell me that they won’t make an announcement until it matches an opportunity for Vladimir Putin to be photographed with his shirt off.
(Side note: To fellow Galaxy Quest fans—I never suspected that Putin was such a big Tim Allen fan.)