computer nor internet nor Facebook, not any of that.
I taught Bob how to use yahoo email, some years ago. He still gets confused about it.
When Bob receives spam, he gets excited. It depends on the message he receives in
regards to his level of excitement. You really wouldn't want to hear any of his excitement.
I have to cover my ears while I laugh my you know what off.
The other day he received a phone call on his cell that was similar to the all too famous
Nigerian email scam. He played along with it and I kept telling him to hang up. Finally
he told the guy he would send him a check for $50,000 in exchange for the 60 million
as soon as he finished wiping the bullshxt off his axx. Then he hung up.
TasMail wrote: Well at a Thanksgiving I said I was thankful that I lied so much about my real age that I actually forgot how old I really am!!
I'm with Val................21..................all day everyday.................
oberder wrote: From what I got off the search engines, one online publication say that Netflix did so to 'test' it's security ( but some way to do so ); I'll provide the article in question:
Reference source -- Netflix lets backend get hacked to explore future features- The Inquirer
Offhand, that's some way to 'add a feeling' this Christmas season *facepalm*
EDIT: Aside from the news link above, Netflix Blog mentions of it as well ( under the click-link "Netflix said in a blog post" -- The Netflix Tech Blog: Netflix Hack Day