Sunday, October 02, 2005

Lovely spam, wonderful spam

Okay, I'm such a comment whore that I'm flattered by the spam comments recently, but two in one day is an EPIDEMIC!!! Just a heads-up that I'll be exercising the nuclear option of turning on the word verification.

This culture of corruption* must not continue.

*Talking point courtesy of the DNC.


jasdye said...

hell yeah! i'm still pondering doing that.

i got three last night. the problem is, i can barely make out these things now. [is that a c and l or a d?] and i get a lot fewer comments than you (yes, i'm blog lazy).

Micah said...

I hate that it's come to this, but enough is enough. Sure, I'm all for learning about new and exciting ways to cure my erectile disfunction, but I WILL NOT STAND FOR ALL OF THIS SLEAZY MORTGAGE AND ONLINE DIPLOMA TALK.

If it's any consolation for the inconvenience, even I - the blog's owner - must partake in the word verification. Right now it's "khulv."

Anonymous said...

"Khulv" is a perfectly cromulent word.

Micah said...

Just a little bit off-topic. When I heard the news this morning, I thought it was troubling, too. Hell, she was on the Dems' list of approvable nominees and that's GOT to scare you.

Bush dropped the ball on this one.

Anonymous said...

She has one thing going for her: not having the standard "glowing resume" of a Supreme Court justice. I, for one, am not ready to jump on the apoplexy bandwagon just yet...hell, there's no requirement that a Justice even be a LAWYER.

A lot of people are assuming things about this lady that they cannot possibly know. Taking politics seriously is cool, but this is a prime example of taking it too seriously.

Micah said...

That's funny. Earlier today I was thinking, "does Scalia have a brother?"

Boobies...exactly. To get this back on track, I admit to being obsessed with Anna Nicole Smith back in the day. But this was when she was seen and not heard.