December 22, 2003

It's official. I'm terrified.

The department of homeland security tells me that I'm terrified.

And it's a darned good thing that they're there to tell me this, because otherwise, I wouldn't know it.

I tell you what's terrifying. Soldiers with machine guns in the airports. I've always found that terrifying.

And the idea that not only my suitcase, but also my hard drive without so much as a "please" or "by your leave." I find that terrifying too. Of course, by expressing this opinion, that probably makes me a terror suspect.

So, now that we've been informed that we're more terrified this week than we were last week, I strongly encourage you to tighten up your firewalls, and encrypt your email, to protect yourself from the terrorists.

Posted by rbowen at December 22, 2003 07:54 AM | TrackBack

Hey Rich

That's why I love New York. See, we've been on Orange ever since Day One, when they concocted that cool color scheme thing. So when the rest of the country ups it to orange, it's a total non-event. We're like, yo, business as usual.

PS/OT: I took a couple of your Perl classes online via HWG a few years back. I quite enjoyed it. (Learned some stuff, too.)

Posted by: David Mintz on December 22, 2003 11:00 PM
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