Random shit post:
P: When did you first share your PGP/GPG key with the world publicly?
A: 1995, my first website, PGP key made public, also shared in every email I sent. YEARS of articles, reports, posting coded shit that NO ONE was ever able to crack, end up with CSIS at my door. "Stop taunting us! You can't share encrypted data internationally!" No one cares, no one pays attention, humans were/are too busy arguing over 'something else more important' and sharing 'lol cats videos', as usual. Story of my life (perpetual). I save lives (etc), they argue with me, deny me, pay the price later, post about how horrible their lives are, "something must be done!" and "who knows about this stuff?!", I share facts again, they argue with me some more ("that can't be true" and "PGP/GPG is a government plant and has holes in it and blah blah blah)"... More people have their data stolen and spied one.... eventually this pattern breaks me down and I give up on the entire species and only post for my own amusement (Hey, can't help them anyway, might as well 'join them' by being just as 'funny'). So here's a funny cat video so I fit right in as 'an average human being'. Or I could say that in 1983 (as a teenager) I invented my own encryption system for my Atari computer at home that kept my own military father out of my games. We both typed the exact same password but for 'some reason' he could never 'get it to work'. Figure THAT one out! (I'll never share how I did that - it's better than PGP/GPG anyway, still). I was also an "A" student... when I decided to show up to the occasional 'class'. I was compared to famous geniuses you've heard of... but... 'whatever'. Now I'm just and old lizard with PTSD from 50 years of things never getting better, only worse (but you'll deny that one too, humanity). Meh.