Garfield by Jim Davis

Garfield

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  1. 305buckets

    305buckets said, about 6 hours ago

    I don’t blame you, Jon. I find it very annoying when websites that sell stuff require you to make an account just to purchase something. Honestly, man! Is simply using your debit card or credit card not enough for them?

  2. TEMPLO S.U.D.

    TEMPLO S.U.D. said, about 6 hours ago

    could Garfield’s password be – oh, I don’t know – “lasagna”?

  3. Jim in CT

    Jim in CT said, about 6 hours ago

    I’ve been to so many sites that require you to create an account and a password, that I’ve lost track of all the passwords I have, and I often have to create new passwords just to get into the site.

    By the time I go back and forth with my e-mails waiting for the verification codes, I usually don’t want what I went there for to begin with.

  4. garfieldfan1992

    garfieldfan1992 said, about 5 hours ago

    @TEMPLO S.U.D.

    …Or pizza?

  5. Jo Clear (aka: Grasshopper)

    Jo Clear (aka: Grasshopper) GoComics PRO Member said, about 5 hours ago

    Kittys eat cheese logs ?

  6. browniejfb

    browniejfb said, about 4 hours ago

    @305buckets

    It’s all about repeat business, so they want you to have an account so they can flood you with ads for more stuff to buy!

  7. grahambhg

    grahambhg said, about 2 hours ago

    Totally annoying when I need a password to read comics every freaken morning.

  8. biglar155

    biglar155 said, about 2 hours ago

    A password manager (I use one called keepass) is a great tool to help with this. They generate random, complex passwords and store them in a file that is secured by a single password you need to memorize. 164 bit encryption means the bad guys will find a softer target (unless they REALLY want YOU). The file also stores the website, so it basically becomes your bookmark folder. It took my buddy over a year to convince me to start using it (it takes a little bit to get it set up and get familiar with it) but it’s the best thing I ever did. PLEASE folks, don’t let your browser store your passwords. It’s hardly secure – especially if you don’t password protect it.

  9. Killersquirrel66

    Killersquirrel66 said, about 1 hour ago

    I second the use of password managers (I use Lastpass on my laptop and mobile devices), and suggest also making a separate email account to give to websites you don’t want to hear from; that way you don’t have to look at it unless you’re clicking a verification email or the like, and all the spam they send can be blissfully ignored. If you’ve got the password saved in your manager the fact you don’t access it very often isn’t a problem, and it’s quick and easy to set up a new internet email.

  10. derdave969

    derdave969 said, 39 minutes ago

    @biglar155

    An then you set the password to your password manager to “password”! And to make sure you don’t forget it you write it on a post-it and stick it to the computer.

  11. germanvisitor

    germanvisitor said, 37 minutes ago

    @TEMPLO S.U.D.

    Lasagna is soooo ’80s.

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