Informed consent is applicable to contracts, as he could not read the letters. You can’t be held to something you signed when you were told was a happy birthday message to the other person’s language-class foreign pen pal either :)
so late I’m early today
Hard to imagine one could type in that password without making a mistake.
I would take away his desire to sit for a month.
Seeing that Jason would have to spell out every letter of that password and specify which are capital or not by speaking it aloud like that, I can almost not blame Rodger for not catching it.Almost.
The nerd’s nerd, that Jason.
Time to get Grandpa’s razor strop out of storage and use it vigorously for its other function.
Roger could easily break this “contract”. “5” for “s”, “0” for “o”, and “7” for “t’” does not spell the right words, not to mention, no spaces.
Roger you need to do two things.1) Change the admin password for the router.2) Assuming Jason is counting on the rest of the family to average 3 hours a day each change the WPA2 password to:JasOnaGreeSTOpAY$80OAdAYFoRRo0om&boArd
I wonder how long it’ll take before this latest money scheme backfires on Jason?
What did P.T. Barnum say again … ?
Pretty clever on Jason’s part, though.
Time to squash his little conniving head.
This password is way too LONG!!! It would never work.
My new password is the last four numbers of Pi.
Here is what it says: Something greed to pay Jason for every minute I’m on line
I agree to pay Jason $1 for every minute I’m online.
Ok, try this: IaGrEEToPayKidcovID$1EVErySecoNDIReaDTHIsCoMMeEnT.
Secret message is: I agree to pay Jason $1 for every minute I’m online
Roger modificates the password: IrEFUse2PAyJson$1EvERYMinuTEI’mOnliNe.