Oh, ho, ho, ho. What will small companies think of next to get a mention in USA Today and freak people out? Secure Networks is offering a free service called SecureSingles which allows you to punch in a few pertinent details about your next date and, if things don't go so well or your date chops you into small, tasty bits your friends and neighbors will receive an SMS, phone call, or email message after a certain time. Great for wrapping things up after he starts talking about his "kittens" and "wax paper collection."

While I'm sure this is a great service in unpopulated places like the moon, please follow this simple rule of thumb: If your date invites you into a dark, concrete oubliette "for a drink" and then asks you to put the lotion on your body, excuse yourself and leave the restaurant.

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