So this is a thing that actually happened. I'm not sure if there is enough to discuss here, but we could use it as a starting point to discuss consumerism in general and the motivations behind these things.
At the ripe age of 24 I'm finally buying my first car in a few days (God willing), most likely a Civic, quite possibly a Mazda6. One day I want to get a Mustang (a real one, not a V6), and probably a truck.
So in case I haven't mentioned on here, I'm kind of a gym rat now. I'm still really skinny but not quite as holocaust-survivor as I used to be.
I started "working out" last August but have only been consistently lifting since around May, and even then my frequency has really only hit where it should be last month.
So right now I do a PPL (push pull legs) split but I'm experimenting with that. So basically my week looks like this usually.
Day 1: Push (Chest, Shoulders, Triceps)
Incline Dumbbell Bench
Day 2: Pull (Back, Biceps)
Seated Cable Rows
Day 3: Legs
Excuse to stop here
Day 4: Push again
So I usually do Push Monday and go as many times as I can that week and go back to push the following monday. My shoulders have been screwing with me lately so I'm possibly moving those to pull day and doing arms on chest day to take the load off them.
In case anyone has some numbers to compare to, I'm currently at
Not great by any means but I'm making progress and that's all I care about.
Encryption is simply the obfuscation of data. It gets scrambled when it leaves the sender and unscrambled when it gets to the receiver.
It's become a political issue because the US Government wants companies to install backdoors in their security systems so they can access user data to "fight terrorism."
And more recently, Apple is currently trying to fight back against a request for them to install a federal backdoor in their systems which they feel would compromise the privacy and security of apple device users.
I am completely against this. You don't need to make my bank information more easy to intercept to fight ISIS.
I don't really know much about the situation in other countries so feel free to chime in about your local encryption debate.