Tuesday, January 10, 2006


OK, I just want to say that I am not fond of the jumbled up letters that I am forced to type in order to post a comment on this site.

I don't think I am officially dyslexic, but I tend to be lazy or, sometimes less than observant. I think it's an impatient thing. I am always mistyping addressed into mapquest and ending up at the wrong house. I constantly dial phone numbers wrong because I just try to go to fast. So, being forced to accurately type a series of warped, misshapen letters in order to voice my thoughts is very frustrating. And, to top it all off, I do that thing where I glance at the word and assume I see something that I don't. You know, so, it's always a real word at first glance and it's always some weird word like chubby or phlegm or crescent and I start thinking of things related to that word and then, of course, I mistype the word and my comment is rejected and I have to start all over again.

Yep, that bugs the ytojbfn out of me.


Blogger The Editor said...

OK. So I set up your blog with Word Verification so bots wouldn't leave you comments like this:

Great Blog!
You should check out this site too!


This is the best blog ever!!! It reminded me of something I read over here.

And then you follow the link and its to some Viagra spam blog.

Now, if you want those sorts of comments on your blog, I'll take away the Word Verification.

10:28 PM, January 10, 2006  
Blogger Kelvis said...

No no. It's cool. It keeps me on my jktkbjci's.

11:02 PM, January 10, 2006  
Blogger The Editor said...

And OMG!!! You know someone with a HEDGEHOG!!!! I WANT a hedgehog!!! I love hedgehogs and their wee wiggle noses. I guess Sophie and NaNa would love a hedgehog for entirely different reasons.

I also like little fainting goats.

I need a small farm, huh?

11:31 PM, January 10, 2006  
Blogger Tennessee Jed said...

Kelvis did you know you can turn it off? I keep mine off and just delete the crap spam when it is needed. Keep up the good work here at valley grrrl!

5:30 AM, January 14, 2006  

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