You see, almost 4 years ago I purchased this computer at a Black Friday sale. Paul insisted that before I started really using it, Ishould bring it by so that he could install all the latest and best anti-malware, virus-hunting and hacker shield software available. It was one more example of an open-handed offer to help that has been re-echoing through all the stories that I have heard these past ten days.
So I did the very initial set-up of the computer, performing introductions and registrations. The computer required a password to return to active use after prolonged inactivity. I mindlessly typed in my “standard” password (Yes, this is a public announcement that I do not practice particularly good password protection protocols.), but then thought, I will need to give Paul this password, so that he can operate the system to do those installations.
So I chose as my system password, “pavel”. I figured neither he nor I would forget it. He installed the software, and the system has performed admirably through all that time. I never bothered changing that system access password, and have shared it with others who might need to use my computer.
Before I begin, I must do one thing: I must invoke the name of pavel. Names have power, and his has so much. I shall continue to invoke his name.
Farewell, dear friend, and thanks for all the help.