Dinner is printed.
I think I have discovered the problem in Raleigh. The person masquerading as governor is a 3D printout of a person masquerading as governor. He has all the empathy of extruded soy-based plastic pizza.
I am now a 63-year-old teenager.
“Don't tell me what you value, show me your budget, and I'll tell you what you value.”
― Joe Biden
We're getting so much spam these days that I've reset things to require admin approval for new accounts.
Which reminds me to wonder: What's up with spam anyway? Does anyone actually think that's an effective way to communicate anything?
Never underestimate the intelligence of people. Nor the lack thereof.
I got a call last week from, ahem, "American Cash Awards" telling me that I had won 3.5 million dollars and just needed to send them $89 to cover the transfer fee. I thought that people would never be so stupid as to fall for that scam but the google says that many do fall and fall hard.
Oh, and Happy Birthday!
Remember when 63 was like, really old, man? Yeah, me neither.
I've reset things to require admin approval for new accounts.
I thought I was losing my mind this morning.
but it kicked into overdrive late Friday. Since then, we've had close to 400 newly registered accounts, and virtually all of them have been spammers. Some begin to post ads quickly, and some wait a day or two. It's maddening. Hopefully it will be fixed soon.
On the subject of spambots, if I ever meet one of these jackass code writers in person, it's not going to be a pleasant encounter. I'll make him proofread and correct 500 spam ads at gunpoint.
If it weren't for the spam ads, how would I ever have known that I could instantly and effortlessly make my waist smaller and my bank account -- and also my you-know-what -- bigger?
At the age of 63, you're allowed to yell at the neighbor kids to get off your lawn, and accept the senior discount when it's offered, rather than glare at the snotty teenager who offered it to you. :-)
And back to the original post -- that is brilliant! Fantastic turn of a phrase and a pithy message. If I could favorite it, I would!
"The folks who are denying 5 million poor Americans health insurance remind you to 'Put the Christ back in Christmas™' " -- @LOLGOP
Some commentary just writes itself. :)
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