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Recovered from the browser cache of: manyhills

The author writes:

Yesterday my IT guy was looking at my buffer setup, and, after sucking air through his teeth, hitting some things, and flicking a couple of switches, he changed the password for the server, saying the old one wasn't secure enough. He told me the password there and then, and then, realising I would probably forget it, he wrote it on a pad of paper and got me to stick it in my wallet, so there was no way I could possibly forget it.

It's 2am and he was annoyed when I phoned him to ask what the password was. Especially when I went, "oh, of course it is," as soon as he told me.