Tuesday, November 08, 2005

Eat word verification, Tire Salesmen!

At the suggestion of my ever lovely and talented cousin Cori, I have activated Word Verification, requiring anyone who wishes to make a comment to fulfill the annoying task of retyping a non-sensical swirly word before they can post their thoughts. Spam Bloggers, I bid thee farewell, and though I owe you for naming my future Country Prog Rock band (Willie B. & the Post Partum Depressions on tour with Fuck Stucco in 2010!), I have no regrets.

On a side note, I find it disturbing that the Blogger spell check did not recognize the word Blogger. Could it be this website is heading for a psychic break?

3 comments:

  1. I just read every single word of your blog. Fascinating stuff! I have a discount figurine site. It has pictures of all my figurines based on major mythical figures, such as the Easter Bunny, the Great Pumpkin, the Lord our God, the Lord our God teaching a small child to play baseball, and more. With obligatory social gatherings and loved ones' birthdays perpetually around the corner, we can also recommend which figurines are best for any occasion. Please visit the site and pick out your favorite figurines! Thank you!

    Cheers,
    Diego

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  2. I just read every single word of your blog. Fascinating stuff! I have a discount figurine site. It has pictures of all my figurines based on major mythical figures, such as the Easter Bunny, the Great Pumpkin, the Lord our God, the Lord our God teaching a small child to play baseball, and more. With obligatory social gatherings and loved ones' birthdays perpetually around the corner, we can also recommend which figurines are best for any occasion. Please visit the site and pick out your favorite figurines! Thank you!

    Cheers,
    Diego

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  3. Hey, I don't know you and this is not a spam comment...But I saw your blog after clicking around. Anyway, I have a post about the same problem...Did you also know that the spell checker in blogger also does not recognize 'Google' the maker of this system. How random...

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