Tuesday, November 28, 2017

@securityguy23:

For the record, impersonating security certifications is very very bad.

But if you're going to do it, please do not forget to change the number on the certificate you've stolen when you're going out of your way to change the name. That will save me some hassle when you get caught using mine.

Thank you.

Thursday, November 23, 2017

@christoperj:

"Where’s the mashed potatoes? Where’s the cranberry sauce? Where’s the pumpkin pie?"



@christoperj:

"As God is my witness, I thought turkeys could fly”

@christoperj:

"If I cook stuffing inside the turkey, is there a chance I could kill my guests?"

@christoperj:

Thankful for so many things. . .

Friday, November 17, 2017

@christoperj:

If in one breath you passionately claim personal religious beliefs and morals as unwavering justification for one political stance. . .But just as quickly disregard them in the next for the sake of another political stance or candidate. . .

Well hell, you're doing it wrong

Sunday, November 12, 2017

@christoperj:

Yes, in fact if you *do* present an easily debunked or otherwise purposely inflammatory one-sided meme as absolute fact, then *yes* you are willingly giving up your credibility on whatever you think you're talking about now. . . as well as when it comes up in the future.

Doesn't matter if you preface it with 'some say' or later follow up with when being directly asked 'I only believe the other points [that aren't absurd]'.

Doubly true if your other posts passionately deride actual news organizations as 'fake' only because you believe they aren't fact-checking stories enough since the content does not align with what you've heard, read, or otherwise 'believe in your gut.'

You're better than that. Be the person you clearly want others to be. You might not always be right any more than everybody else is always wrong.

But you'll be far more respected and believed by those around you when you actually take an intelligent stand on something that matters.

Friday, November 10, 2017

@securityguy23:

And now a "Notice of Data Breach" from my credit union. . . lovely