December 17th, 2010




"Dear Valued Customer,

In the last few days, our security team observed multiple logons on all your account, from different blacklisted I.P addresses; therefore we are Issuing this security warning. To prevent further unauthorized access for your safety, we have decided to put an extra verification process to ensure your account security. To ensure that your account information remains accurate and secure, please click on the reply button and send us the details below to confirm and to secure your account.

User Name:


Present Country:

This System Maintenance is for your safety and to protect your account from being shut down permanently. We will notify you whenever this information changes.

Google Account Service."

Um, I don't think so. I just changed my password because I got a genuine email from Google saying someone had tried to access my email from China. Oddly, they didn't ask me for my password to let me know I needed to change my password. Forwarded to Millersmiles and reported as spam.

Also, I kick arse at my job. I just spent the last two days sorting out something that looked like this:

Now it looks like this:

Can I have a holiday now?