wcaclimbing wrote:The problem (one of many) is this:
1. You are playing CC at work.
2. Your office is in a public place.
3. Your boss calls you for a meeting and you forget to log off.
4. Your friends that know you love CC get on your computer and mess with your account because you forgot to turn it off.
5. You get banned because of something your friends did on your account.
6. You are screwed over cause you cant play CC anymore.
But when CC logs you off, it could keep your account safe from them.
GunnaRoolsUDrool wrote:yo mama has 3 titties, ones for milk, ones for water, ones out of order
maniacmath17 wrote:.........When logging into my yahoo account, they have a check box asking if I would like to remain signed in for 2 weeks. .....
Keredrex wrote:maniacmath17 wrote:.........When logging into my yahoo account, they have a check box asking if I would like to remain signed in for 2 weeks. .....
That is not a good option one server demands as others have said, and two - unless i am mistaken always being logged on to yahoo can allow more problems with viruses, phishing programs or other people accessing your account... I personally don't trust the security yahoo says it has.... and i don't thin the club needs to addd that to there worries when logging off as they do now works fine.
Nous-irons wrote:....The point is about being streamline -- ....
treefiddy wrote:wouldn't eliminating the need to login every time you visit actually help Dial-up users? That's one less page to load up on every visit.
unriggable wrote:Neoteny wrote:How big is the perfect penis?
Let's just say that the tower of Babel is a mistranslation.
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