Clinton Campaign Password Was……….’Password’
Chairman for Hillary Clinton’s Presidential campaign John Podesta has been accused by Wikileaks founder Julian Assange of gross incompetence after it was discovered he had used the password ‘password’ on a private email server. Clinton and the Obamas had caused a diplomatic row by claiming the Russians were systematically hacking Clinton’s emails. It turns out that any 10 year old with a basic knowledge of computers could have hacked the account as ‘password’ is one of the most frequently used ciphers in the English speaking world. Assange is still holed up in the Ecuadorian embassy because he fears being extradited to either Sweden on rape charges or America on hacking charges, a man so reviled he makes Hillary look like Michelle Obama. Clinton is still one of the least liked political figures in the US with voters saying she was trusted less than being subjected to a prostate exam by Captain Hook or receiving a needy email from a Nigerian princess.
‘Snowflake’ Theology Students Bypass Crucifixion Lectures
Bible students at Glasgow University are being allowed to leave lectures describing the Crucifixion if they might be sensitive to the portrayal of a man being nailed to a cross 2000 years ago. These students are described as the ‘snowflake generation’ – young people who are susceptible to a mental breakdown if they are faced with unedifying images or prose. The crucifixion is one of the most important elements in Theology and one wonders that if the students later become vicars or priests whether their Easter sermons might be a little light on content. It is unknown whether other Bible stories would also upset the hypersensitive – like the entire Old Testament for example which makes Pulp Fiction look like Frozen. Many people do believe the Bible to be an accurate account of God’s work and some even attend church every Sunday to be close to their Maker, although going to church doesn’t make you a Christian any more than standing in a garage makes you a car. I must admit to being an atheist which is a non-prophet organisation. All religions are probably as legitimate as each other because when all is said and done, whilst we can’t help everyone but everyone can help someone. What we can learn from the bible is that if you give a man a fish, you’ll feed him for a day; give him religion and he’ll starve to death while praying for a fish.
Busy Roads Cause Dementia
An eleven year study by Canadian scientists has discovered a link between Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia and living close to busy roads. The findings have been described as ‘provocative’ and ‘important’. All that needs to be done to help the 12% affected is to move them all away from main roads, so no problem there. The studies suggest that exposure to ‘nitrogen dioxide and sooty particles’ over a long period of time contributes to mental impairment and brain shrinkage (‘sooty particles’ is a scientific term used by experts when they’re being less than specific with their terminology i.e. it’s a bit of guesswork).Other scientists dispute the findings as they believe these diseases are related to DNA, the National Dyslexics Association..