Caps Lock

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“I WAS ON CAPS LOCKS 24/7”
~ Billy Mays on Caps Locks

The Caps Lock is a type of a lock, which may[1] be used to protect one's privacy from pirates and cyberpirates. It became popular because of its efficiency and the simplicity of its use.

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To protect one's house against pirates, one can put a Caps Lock on his door, instead of any 'normal' lock. This will reduce the possibility of anyone entering the house in future to 0%.

When using a computer, in order to make sure that unwanted individuals do not get to one's photo gallery and/or web history, one can use his Caps Lock button (that one has to purchase separately from his keyobard) to change his keyboard language to a very rarely used dialect, which nobody is able to comprehend.

It is also possible to use Caps Lock in the opposite way: in case the password a user types is wrong, he can turn his Caps Lock on and it will turn that password right.

Due to the Caps Lock's popularity, PCs have become less and handguns - more popular and the number of suicides has become greater as well as the price for consulting a psychologist. After that, the governments have noticed that "one button, in a very short term, has accomplished something that we [governments] could not achieve in centuries". To glorify this, the Caps Lock day is celebrated twice a year[2].

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  1. Or may not - the client should decide
  2. The Glorious Story of Caps Lock, Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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