Last Day To Pack

Mrs. Lion and a friend are busy packing. I reminded Mrs. Lion to pack the paddles before her friend arrived. Her friend has no idea what we do and would almost certainly be shocked and put off. I had a male chastity device on my desk. I planned on reviewing it before we move, but time got away from me. I put it into a drawer for safekeeping and distance from prying eyes. Today, the handyman comes to deinstall our water filter and smart thermostat. He is also taking down the last of my ham antennas.  We’ll meet him at the new house tomorrow and he will reinstall the stuff.

When we were at the house on Saturday, we set up our WiFi using our new router and access point. We have a 5g T-Mobile Internet connection there. It was originally meant to back up our Xfinity cable Internet. We were delighted to learn that at the new location, the T-Mobile 5g connection is 245 Mbs. That’s faster than the Xfinity. We will bring our cable modem with us when we move and add the cable Internet to our home network. Mrs. Lion works from home and doesn’t get paid if she can’t access the Internet. Her company contributes to our bill.

All packing here has to be done today. We will be at the new house tomorrow with the handyman. I suppose that Mrs. Lion could leave me there and return to the old house and pack some more. That would be a huge waste of time. The new house is over an hour away. There is a ton of work for the handyman at the new house. I’m sure he’ll be there all day.

I would be very surprised if Mrs. Lion’s friend didn’t stumble over a sex/BDSM toy as she helped us pack. We may have some interesting conversations today. I’m not all that concerned. I think that Mrs. Lion did a good job getting spanking stuff out of the way. If we need to explain a toy, I’m happy to do it. Why not? In my experience, people only ask about things that interest them. They ignore and overlook other stuff.

Mrs. Lion has taken time off to deal with the move. Today is the last day to finish packing. Wish us luck.

google is the largest spammer

Most of the spam we receive comes from gmail accounts. Spammers set up thousands of “burner” accounts that they can use to blast spam and then move on to another burner account. Google does nothing to prevent this outrageous abuse.

Yes, I get it, Google wants to make it easy to own a “safe” anonymous email account. In doing so, they have created a haven for phishers and other spam. My spam filters fail because the thousands of gmail accounts come and go before any of the email protection services can blacklist them. I’m starting to wonder if I shouldn’t simply block all gmail accounts. I know that some of our readers use gmail, but the proliferation of gmail spam is getting out of hand.

Most email hosts offer a way to blacklist domains. Maybe I’ll add to mine.