My husband and I have an ongoing debate.
We have many, really, but one of them that we never seem to get any closer to agreeing on centers on content security.
That's right, content security. Not about something deep and meaningful like the security of our world or the application security of computer software that contains our online identities, but something much more basic:
Signing a check.
Not even signing one, actually. Just endorsing one.
Any time my husband has a check to deposit, I wait until he has endorsed it to bring it to the bank... which makes sense, right?
His argument, however, is that the bank isn't going to use any sort of signature validation and that in an effort to save time, I should just sign his name instead.
But I never do.
My counter-argument is asking how hard it is to sign your name on a line, as it isn't like I'm asking him to write a 20-page dissertation on the meaning of life. It takes all of what? Four seconds to scratch out his name?
He has pointed out that he isn't asking me to impersonate him in court or even sign his name on something important like life insurance papers, but I group everything into the same category and just say that there's no need.
Am I just overly cautious? Or is he just being lazy?