I've been offline a while, while having my head examined. Some people call it 'Final Exams', but where is the humor in telling random strangers that?
I prefer to make all of my statements as attention getting, or at least as funny as possible. So final exams = getting my head examined. And roadkill = hillbilly buffet. But I digress.
Humor me. This IS a humor blog, right?
Sometimes I think that I am the only person alive who has a problem forgetting which log-ins are for which websites. Yes, I know there are apps for that, but my luck is not something to give opportunities like that to use against me . Humor me- it's from a lifetime of experience.
Let's just say I probably won't ever win the lotto, or even bingo.
The last time I used one of those 'password safe' apps, I ended up needing to re-install Windows a few days later. This was after, of course, I took the app designer's evil idea to change all my passwords to long strings of random numbers.
Right after my computer so thoughtfully corrupted the file with my passwords in it. The app developer's logic was, I didn't have to remember my passwords anymore, why make them simple to crack? I still hate him, to this day. Recovering every account you care about online is not a good way to reduce stress in your life, believe me.
OK, maybe it's funny in retrospect, and gives me a topic here, but still. I hate that random stranger.
But now, it's like my passwords are starting to outnumber my brain cells. It doesn't take a very large number to do that, I know. But when I try to remember which one to use when I HAVE to get into a page RIGHT NOW, they start to run together. Kind of like they are merging into a giant mass of captchas, email verification's and swearing.
This has even begun to affect my sleep. I swear, I had a dream one night where I stumbled into Facebook, tumblerrd down a hill, and then had to digg myself out, so that a del.icioo.us pinterest would stop flikring. Nightmare, yes. But it could have been much worse. I could have been awake and using Myspace. Nothing humorous about that, 'shudder'.