Many of the users here know that address off hand becuase they havre contacted the mods before or can easily ask for the name. Often (though I don't know if that was the case here), people know the address but pursue to do things publicly.
No. I mean, yes, but you're not alone. Don't feel stupid at all. A lot of people think that when they delete things from their phone it's gone from the world and don't realize that Appe default backs things up in the cloud (droids do the same to google drive, I believe). So they think they're clear from the horrors…
Care to explain why?
but why is it different? Why should I assume that Chase is better at security than Apple? If a large company asks you to set up a password, you assume they lock shit down
People operate under the assumption that what they do on their private devices is protected. What you do in your own home on a locked wifi is designed to be secure. What you upload to a secure, password protected account is supposed to be secure. If something is password protected, does not that imply that it is a…
if people are curious, that is the default setting and a lot of people don't realize that. Change the setting in settings —> photos and camera —> turn off "my photo stream."
I am of the mind that we should be talking about online security here as well, I think that's important. But you're being ridiculous. If my bank account gets hacked are you going to say it's my fault for banking online? If my CC get stolen in a mass hack, should I have just been paying cash? Are those just…
I think you may have missed the point of the piece? Mainly that that's a bull shit cop out argument because I should be able to do whatever I damn well please with my own body.
I like that you didn't even have to ask which side I was on. This is like asking what's better, chocolate or mud?
Um. Is this even a valid war? Even I wouldn't post something with such an obviously correct answer.
Thank you both for taking the time to consider and move forward with all the comments and feedback you've been getting. It's a pitch perfect example of taking criticism and using it to change things for the better instead of shutting it down. It's one we all should learn from.
Well, he died 8 years ago but at the time he was in tip top shape!
Completely. He had an iron stomach and was completely unphased by downing $500 worth of the stuff.
He looks delighted by his kid.
The girl playing young Tara has her voice nailed so well that it's kind of creepy.
Nah. Works either way.
yo! Just a suggestion. It usually worked out well to have people list in the comments with an email address and then hash thigs out off board.
Oh then I didn't. I did it last year but must have missed the sign up this time around. Alas. Next year!
wait ahit was I signed up for this?