In the meantime, I have an example for my dear readers that will illustrate the disturbing sense of humor Wingnut has, and exactly what I've had to live with for nearly 20 years now.
On my way to the airport to pick up our weary travelers, I received a text message from my dear husband, that I did not answer, as I was driving and I won't answer texts while I'm driving. Several minutes later my iPhone began to ping and when I glanced at it I read, "The onboard diagnostics has detected a problem with your device. All data will be deleted and your device will shut down. Thank you."
We own a new Toyota that has all the wonderful bells and whistles, including bluetooth and iPhone compatibility, so I immediately believed it was the car's computer that was going to erase my data and destroy my phone. I unplugged my phone in a panic, but nothing further happened. Phew!
It wasn't until the pilgrims had been home for several hours that I mentioned the strange message I'd received to Wingnut. The evil man began to smirk. I hate that smirk. He had used his iPhone and an application called "Find My iPhone" to send me that message as his little joke. Oh, how they laughed at my stupidity.
The next time I was out alone in the Toyota, the phone pinged and the message read, "The onboard diagnostics has determined there is nothing wrong with your device. Have a nice day."
Is there a place in Hell for evil practical jokers?