Posts Tagged With: privacy

Kids and the Way They Wear Their Clothes These Days.

Now, I do not know if the picture below is stating a fact or not. In fact, I will go even further by saying that I doubt that it is true. But there is one thing I am certain of. As a parent I would not hesitate one second about using what it says as the reason to tell my son to pull his pants up. I would not hesitate to remind him that if someone was to misconstrue his intent and takes advantage of him that he had no one to blame for it but himself if he continued to wear his pants half way down to his knees. And if any parent was to use me as verification that this was a fact I would not hesitate one second before backing them up.

Jail Birds

Categories: Ethics and Morality | Tags: , , , , | 3 Comments

Another SWATting Occurred Tonight

Kimberlin’s Peace Order

Another Swatting occurred this day against a conservative blogger. This time the victim was Aaron Walker and his family. Aaron Walker, if you remember, is the man who recently won his Right of free speech back from the courts in a court battle with Brett Kimberlin. For those who wish to learn more about the story follow the link that follows to read about it from the victim himself
Allergic to Bull

Categories: Politics | Tags: , , , | Leave a comment

How Long to Crack Your Password?

I found a very interesting site about password protection. It teaches you how to create an easily remembered password yet hard to crack by some hacker. It allows you to create a password then tells you just how long it would take to crack it and it is surprising just how a small password can be made into a very good one. So, if you want to see how good your passwords are, check out the following site.
Password Protection

Categories: Science | Tags: , , , | 9 Comments

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