@Thomas maybe it's a family friendly orifice, thomas. an ear hole for example

@bryn Back in the day there was a program called Back Orifice, a play on Microsoft Back Office, that could be used to gain remote access to a Windows machine without the user’s knowledge. It was created by a cracker group called the Cult of the Dead Cow.

@bryn hi yes life is a constant struggle and I tried to reduce my social media time in a vain attempt to wrest some control of my existence from the whims of entropy, but gave up on that bc I like posts.

@Jewbacchus ah, I feel the same would happen if I tried that. well, I'm selfishly glad you're postin

@bryn aaah, so many memories on the family PC back in the day. i remember the splash screen so fondly...

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