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WARNING: NOT IN FRONT OF THE KIDS "Let’s have some fun, this beat is sick I wanna take a ride on your disco stick Don’t think too much just bust that stick I wanna take a ride on your disco stick" — Lady Gaga Hey, doesn't that make you hot? Put some lustful thoughts into your mind? Is it fun? Is it cute when your kids sing it? Here, try some more: And baby when it’s love if it’s not rough it isn’t fun fun I want your ugly, I want your disease The only place you wanna be is underneath my Christmas tree, light me up with me on top lets Christmas tree is delicious By the way, there seems to be some occult imagery in her material as well.  "Come on, Cowboy Bob! There are worse things out there!" No kidding? I had no idea. Guess what? There are far better things out there, too. Listen, I don't really care what people choose to put into their minds. If you want lust, nonsense, occult or what

Let Me Ax You Something Else

Edited Buon giorno.   In my business, keeping secrets is paramount. Sometimes when I send Lela and Nicky out to collect payments, they have no idea who they are calling on until they get most of the way there. But never mind about that now. For what I am about to say, I received no vig. Why should I? It's Open Source, and free. On another computer, I had a copy of AxCrypt by Axantum . This little dandy lets you encrypt your files so that nobody can get at them (even Hal the Hacker was impressed). You can make a self-extracting .EXE file and pass it along. This is quite different from TrueCrypt (also Open Source), which "mounts" a virtual drive on your computer, and knows how not to be seen. Bit of a steep learning curve for the details, though, but exceptionally secure. AxCrypt, in its default state, does not hide the fact that a file is encrypted. But so what? I was impressed earlier today when I found a leftover archived encrypted file (yeah, big words again, but