I spent the majority of the morning hacking. What a great feeling. First, one of our customers had a problem with FTP. So I had to look through several hundred megs worth of log files to determine that the log files were hosed. Even though I gave up FTP responsibilities years ago, apparently I'm still the only one who knows anything about it.
Then my boss couldn't remember the password she used for the Word documents that had our reviews in them. That was fun! When I figured out that she had used common words for passwords, it took .416 seconds to crack the file open.
And this, kiddies, is why you use complex passwords and never a name or common word in a dictionary!