I need to talk about your flair

I was running the good old password cracker this weekend, and I notice that there are still 10-15% of the accounts using passwords like Aaaaaaa1. (A = capital letter, a=lowercase). These passwords are fairly easy to bruteforce since there is a low level of complexity. These are passwords where the user is attempting to do the bare minimum to fit the password requirements.
It kind of reminded me of that scene from Office Space.

STAN
I need to talk about your flair.
JOANNA
Really? I have 15 buttons on. I, uh, (shows him
STAN
Well, ok, 15 is minimum, ok?
JOANNA
Ok.
STAN
Now, it’s up to you whether or not you want to just do the bare
minimum. Well, like Brian, for example, has 37 pieces of flair. And a
terrific smile.
JOANNA
Ok. Ok, you want me to wear more?
STAN
Look. Joanna.
JOANNA
Yeah.
STAN
People can get a cheeseburger anywhere, ok? They come to Chotchkie’s
for the atmosphere and the attitude. That’s what the flair’s about.
It’s about fun.
JOANNA
Ok. So, more then?
STAN
Look, we want you to express yourself, ok? If you think the bare
minimum is enough, then ok. But some people choose to wear more and we
encourage that, ok? You do want to express yourself, don’t you?
JOANNA
Yeah. Yeah.
STAN
Great. Great. That’s all I ask.
JOANNA
Ok.

We should have a policy that any password I can crack must be expired immediately.