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Today I took my son to a class at one of the local sports complexes. It is a class that we have to pay a fee for. They have a computer system that they keep their records in. But, typically, the lady working the computer only knows how to do the six steps that has been explained to her. She does not know how to deal with problems.

She could not get logged into the system because her contraseña was not being accepted. As much as she tried to type in her password, the system kept rejecting it. Though I did not know her password, I knew what the problem was. She was typing her password with the CAPS LOCK key turned on. She never did get into the system. I will pay next month.

Contraseña is a password. It can also be a countersign as in an indication that something is having a reaction to something else.


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