"I have always liked this Mordac better: http://dilbert.com/strips/comic/1998-04-06/ "
Thank you for that reference. For those who didn't look at it; it has to do with minimum password complexity. The funny thing is, for many of us, life has not only imitated Dilbert, but has far surpassed it. (Minimum 12 characters, including upper and lower case, at least one non-alphanumeric character, no dictionary words or common proper names allowed, changing every 30 days with warnings to change after 15.).
I have always liked this Mordac better: http://dilbert.com/strips/comic/1998-04-06/ He reminds me of a good buddy of mine - we all worked in the IT section of our department. Unlike Mordac, however, he was the most pleasant and helpful guy you could ask to know, which is what made hanging Mordac cartoons in his office so funny.