[OT] time to change your iTunes password?

David Bovill david at vaudevillecourt.tv
Mon Jan 10 10:58:07 CST 2011


Nah... I'm not moving to Texas. You've gone soft! In the 70's you could
shout your wife for infidelity and get away with it.

In Texas until 1974, a husband who killed a wife and her lover when he
caught them in flagrante delicto was not judged a criminal. In fact, the law
held that a "reasonable man" would respond to such extreme provocation with
acts of violence. -
source<http://boards.straightdope.com/sdmb/archive/index.php/t-92216.html>


On 8 January 2011 06:13, Chipp Walters <chipp at altuit.com> wrote:

> I'm with you. In fact I believe if you don't lock your car, you should have
> it stolen. And anyone stupid enough to never lock their house deserves to be
> robbed at gunpoint and pistol whipped.
>
> And don't get me started about if you're so stupid to not know how to
> program in Objective-C...
>
> Chipp Walters
> Who doesn't really know any Objective-C
> And who sometimes uses the word password..
> And who lives in Texas in a sometimes unlocked house and car and tractor
> and truck
> And who has a big gun and the Texas law on his side anytime he needs to use
> it.
>
> (In fact, in Texas, I'm allowed to shoot a robber as he's carrying out a
> TV, in the back, who is robbing my neighbor's house...while they're away...
> Yep, we don't have too many home invasions here. And we balance our budget
> each year).
> :-p
>
> On Jan 7, 2011, at 5:25 PM, Bob Sneidar <bobs at twft.com> wrote:
>
> > I agree that a lot of people use crappy passwords. It is my somewhat
> controversial opinion however, given that this is the 21st century, that
> those people really deserve to lose everything they protect with such
> passwords.
>


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