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A Plea for Help

Hello, my name is Jordan, and I am an E-tard. When I started this humble blog, I used a generic template from Blogger. After a while, I saw that some other bloggers had neat-o templates, and I thought it was time to renovate. TripWebMaster was kind enough to lend his help, installing the present template and all of it's unique styley goodness.

But TripWebMaster is only one man, and I cannot ask him to spend all of his precious time (and admitted limited experience) finding new ways to make this site a better place.

This is where you come in. I need help. I constantly get comments from bots leaving ads from everything from Viagra to Home Mortgages. They go after older posts, mostly, so I don't notice them until way later, and then I spend hours working on cleaning it up.

Please, if you think you can implement some sort of wavy word program or some other system to prevent these bots, email me at HighOnPokr AT yahoo DOT you know the rest or leave a comment. I'd be glad to barter or pay for the service. Just let me know what you have in mind, and if I can afford it, done and done. If you want, I am offering my $200 Gift Certificate to Nevada Jacks. But I'll do cash. I'm eager, willing, and desperate. Okay, not that desperate. Shoot me a price, and I'll get back to you. I can't promise I'll accept, but I'll thank you heartily just for the offer.

Handi-capable Blogger

posted by Jordan @ 8:14 PM,


At 9:06 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Blogger supports wavy words automagically. You should be able to enable it, unless your template is uber-modified. In that case, there's still probably a relatively easy/free way to enable it.

First, try the enabling it the built in Blogger way: Go to your Blogger Control Panel, then click Settings, then Comments. Scroll down until you see "Show word verification for comments?". Select Yes, then click "Save Settings" at the bottom of the page. You'll probably have to republish.

Is may be that easy. If that doesn't work, there's other easy things that can be done to try to make Blogger's word verification work. Questions? c d o r t o n (at) xmission (dot) com (Take the spaces out of the username.)

At 9:15 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

You are a dork. Just get a Sharpie and scribble letters on the screen, and that should prevent the spam comments! What he said...

At 9:17 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks Amatuer. I should probably add that I tried the usual mode of simply enabling wavy word. It doesn't work on this blog. But thanks for the suggestion.

At 10:06 PM, Blogger Jordan said...

Test comment.

At 10:08 PM, Blogger Jordan said...

Test comment 2.

At 10:18 PM, Blogger Jordan said...

CC's idea worked.

Actually, Fluxer came to the rescue (

Good, man, Fluxer!

At 8:05 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is all craziness!


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