All he’ll find is my Non Sequitur searches
Just check the comments section on Fox News
Appropriate technology can be helpful, though. My browser history gets erased when I close the window… It’s called “Private Window” on Firefox, and “Incognito Window” on Chrome.
If you research police killings, does that mean that you are a police killer? Why are people so paranoid about their browser histories?
“Wow, Wilde Bill, you wasted a lot of time reading comic strips.”
Our social media history will some day be our downfall!!
I clear mine every day, just in case.
Not that I ever go anyplace interesting. I just do it so nobody finds out how boring I am.
Your browser knows more about you than your own husband or wife.
I wouldn’t be surprised if our browser history is already going to the Feds due to the Patriot Act.
George Orwell got it wrong in one respect. (At the time, he couldn’t possibly have had the imagination to have gotten it right.) Big Brother hasn’t forced himself on us and terrified us into compliance, Big Brother has seduced us. His motives are much the same, however.
“Every move you make, Every step you take, Zuck is watching you…”
I’m a writer, I’m doomed. (yesterday I was searching for symptoms of arsenic poisoning and whether or not quicklime will actually dissolve a body. It won’t.)
I might as well join the other queue and save myself some time.
That last guy’s thinking “Thank God I still use my Commodore 64.”
The Almighty must have had the first computer. How else could He know everyone’s history and bad and good deeds? ;D
We’re all human. That means we’re not even gonna get close to paradise, if there should be one.
He might find something to entertain him, looking at mine.
Kinda reminds me of the running gag with Peter Capaldi’s 12th. Doctor on “Doctor Who”: “Don’t look at my browser history…”
I’m getting a top quality VPN provider today!
If they were in the real “Good Place”,
Okay, here’s the deal: Amazon has “instituted” or “insinuated” or done something that categorizes all my Kindle books into genres. They’ve put a 1990s comic mystery by Jennifer Crusie in the “Erotica” category—the only one there. What will be the penalty for this mis-categorization? They all insist on “counting” how many books I’ve read in a week. . .geezus. . .l
New developments that are originally applied to one aspect of life, often find their way into other cracks and crevasses and sprout wholly unintended and unimagined consequences. Lots of those around.
I always thought the big “book at the gate” pretty much was my browser history.
I was doomed long before browser history became an issue. Some of us were born to be damned.
We’re gonna need a bigger hand basket.
I always seem to be in the wrong screen at work which has given rise to a theory. when i get to heaven they won’t let me in because i’ll be in the wrong screen. when i do find the right screen, i’ll be told “I’m sorry. We’ve updated our system.”
Meh. That’s what the “private browsing” feature is for.
It’s Heaven, social media is banned.
“Washed in the blood” also wipes away our browser history.
I guess that at least my recently deceased wife will get in, she “hated” computers so only searched recipes and cats (not together though) Unfortunately I probably will have an issue getting in if that is the “rule” and will never be with her again and that in itself is already Hell.
A clean browsing history is dirty browsing history.
Moral: Clean your browser before you die.
God already knows I’m dull.
Alexa, delete my browser history.
How can going to heaven be a bad day?
i’ve searched for a lot of religious info. Unfortunately, what I’ve found won’t get me into heaven.
Ironically, while reading the comments, the song “Heaven” by The Psychedelic Furs came on.
I only used Gustave Courbet’s “Origin of the World” for wallpaper because it is ‘Fine Art.’
People are now worried less about whether than can take their money to the afterlife. The new concern: will my contact list be available in Heaven?
If the boss is fond of old motorcycles, I’m in.
Browser history can be deceiving. After 9/11 many of my writer friends were really worried about being tracked back from information on bombs, etc. One of my writer organizations’ newsletters actually did interviews with the FBI and a few other agencies and asked some questions about the subject. The consensus was that the agency would do a quick look at the person, say “oh, it’s one of those writers doing research,” and leave that person alone.
First line of my will, “Delete my browser history. NOW!”
…. now googling ‘going to hell in a handbasket’ ,,,,,
I am lucky that I am so old that no one is able to check on my browser history or social media posts from high school (or college)
What’s posted on the Internet stays on the Internet.
It’s not what you search that will necessarily get you in trouble, but what you post, share and especially like.
The Bible still says “Book of Life”. If you aren’t in it the “Lake of Fire” is waiting for you to take a dip in your new body.
An abrupt drop in applications ensued.
This was especially bothersome for those politicians from Red States who had always been Virulently Anti-Gay while consuming tons of Gay Pron.
I’ll be okay. I never look at porn or how to hide a body.
So, “The Man (or Woman)” doesn’t delegate the See All Know All thing to the second in command?
I always make sure to clean my browser history regularly. So nyah-nyah, St Pete!
This is why you need a REALLY good friend.