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Back when I with a company with this policy, everyone I know just used their same password with a different number attached to the end. The system remembers your password for the last 3 months and wouldn't let you reuse those. So what you do is just go through iterations of # when prompted to change your password. When # reached 9 then you just restarted at 0.
Some companies are on to this scheme, and won't let you use a new password that contains your previous one. So what people I knew did in this circumstance is just reverse their old password instead, so a password such as "12345678" becomes "87654321". And if it remembers your previous passwords, then just add a # to the end again.
Though I can't find more sources right now, I've read numerous reports on the homicides in the past few years are from feuding caucasian gangs killing each other. The asian gangs seem to get along with each other more cordially. The only exception are those in the multi-ethnic "UN" gang.
- Gogoana placed the cost of the project, excluding labor, at around $200,000, but much of the materials were donated and the Electric Vehicle Team isn't paid. The batteries alone hold a price tag of about $80,000, but Gogoana said that as more batteries and cars are produced, cost should be driven down.