[QUOTE=cholla;2687336]I wouldn’t get baked that’s what AC is for.[/QUOTE]
Yes… avoid a $5 cup of coffee for $4-a-gal gasoline as I idle for a few hours. Hubby would LOVE to hear about me doing THAT! ha ha
There are jokes about people, uh, liquidly-relieving themselves on electrical lines and receiving a shocking rebuke. I wonder if, instead of baking myself in the car if I could electrocute myself from a sweaty contact with the keyboard? Hmmm…
I never am tempted to exercise Hubby’s suggestion about my tongue in the light-socket to ‘see if it really works’. “What about a fork, then?”
See what I have to put up with?
MY WORST EXPERIENCE WITH STOLEN WIRELESS…
One of my shop-neighbors didn’t use any security on his wireless network and one day didn’t have Internet connectivity. And his Time Warner TV wasn’t working. We did all the reboots, even went out back in the shop-alley to check line-connections. Everything was fine. After a half of day of head-scratching and useless tests, he called TimeWarner.
They terminated his service because of his spamming emails.
Someone had learned of his unsecured wireless and would sit, nearby, and spam out Male Enlargement Offers and Hair Recovery Aid Offers by the hundreds of thousands in a week’s time. TimeWarner received complaints, investigated and came up with this neighbor’s IP address.
They re-engaged services quickly enough, and he secured it ever after. That was the worst of my personal experiences with ‘stolen’ wireless services. It could have been worse, too.