While everyone else in Southeast Virginia was waiting for Noah's ark to pull in and dock at the shipyard from hurricane weather (3.7" in one day ... a new record), I was in sunny Ohio having all day meetings. It was productive, if a bit exhausting. And since we finished up a couple of hours early, we decided to stop by the concrete corn sculptures in Dublin. They never cease to entertain me.
Kathy and I wanted to use our camera phones to share the beautiful weather with our cohorts back in Virginia. Unfortunately, I couldn't remember my PictureMail password. I tried every password I could possibly think of. Last four of my social, my ATM pin, my old address, 1234, 1111, my email passwords, my "easy to type" password, random passwords I haven't used in year ... nothing worked. By the time we got to the airport, I had locked myself out of the account. Using the web site I was able to have it send me my own password as a text message.
This is usually the password I reserve for systems whose registration processes piss me off. I should have started with that password all along.