Anyway, enough about being rejected by a pale British guy. I have something else to talk about:
Recently, the government has been proding internet servers. According to the Chicago Tribune (I just looked up 'prism program' on Google, and that came up.):
The U.S. director of national intelligence late Thursday confirmed the existence
of a secret program in which the government has tapped into the central servers
of nine leading Internet companies to search for data potentially linked to
terrorism, espionage or nuclear proliferation.
Under the 6-year-old program, code-named PRISM, the FBIand National Security
Agency have searched for emails, videos, photographs and other documents.
The program's participants, the Washington Post reported, include most of the
dominant global players of Silicon Valley: Microsoft Corp, Yahoo Inc, Google
Inc, Facebook Inc, PalTalk, AOL Inc, Skype, YouTube and Apple Inc.
Of course, all this means one thing: government intelligence people are stalkers! They saw what you searched, what you watched, who you called, and who you texted.
What's really annoying is if they wanted to find out everything about us, they just could've checked our Facebook pages.