Saturday, January 07, 2012

For the paranoid who thought they were afraid of everything

It may be a new year but somethings never change.

Yes the media is sitll chock full of rather depressing stories. If it's not about depressing violence, it's about things blowing up. And if the stories aren't anout things blowing up, their usually about some Celebrity who has been seen going to the shops.

Wow, a celebrity going to the shops, are they trying tell us that their as human as the rest of us?

And lets not forget about the stories about what ever thing is rather bad for us this week, which was actually good for us two weeks ago and will probably be good for us again three weeks from now.

Of course if you were to take attention of every single news story out there, you would come to the conclusion that it would be better to stay at home and never leave the house.

But even that comes with it's own dangers as apparently there is a new piece of nasty software doing the roungs which can effect you if you bank online as not only does it nick your account details it then "adjusts" things you can't see that any money is being taken from your account.

So there you have it, you can't even trust your own computer that much anymore. Maybe we should all just hide under our beds and hope the world goes away.

Because then we would be safe in our own homes.

But wait don't most accidents happen in the home?????


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