Forgot Your Password?
I’m going to pass out any minute now. No, I did not have a drink from a bottle of a man called Johnnie or inhaled some medicinal weed. I’m going to pass out from passwords.
I understand the need to have a password for the bank. I don’t want loved ones and enemies to know the contents of my accounts, because I don’t have any money contents in there.
What I don’t understand is the need to have a password for anything I want to do online. Why do crocodiles pretend they are logs in the river, and then yawn and eat me up when I step on the fake logs? Someone has the answer, but I must sign up to get it.
Another password to remember? I don’t think so. I can’t use 1-2-3-4 or ABCD. Such mundane passwords are not allowed. People with a low I.Q. like yours truly are not encouraged to apply.
I forget complicated passwords. Use five digits, four uppercase, a number sign and asterisk. Please jog my memory. What is an asterisk? O.K. O.K. the more complicated the password, the less likely that hackers will crack it open. I hope they are not listening.
But the truth of the matter is, these people do it for selfish reasons. It’s a numbers game. Employment agencies want to boast that they are the ‘biggest and best’. Government officials and business managers want a bonus at the end of the year.
I refuse to open another account which will require another pass word. I can pass out from hunger or thirst, but not another password. Pass the ketchup please.