Comments: Technical Difficulties

OH I hate those spammers, yes I do. I hate them in a boat, I hate them on a plane, I hate them in the kitchen and I hate them in the rain.

Posted by Heather Cook at September 4, 2006 2:45 PM

Come to the dark side, Joshilyn. Wordpress... Wordpress... Wordpress... you are getting sleepy... you desire a better spam filter... Wordpress... Wordpress.... ;)

Posted by Mir at September 4, 2006 7:21 PM

Isn't it nice to have someone immediately available just for situations like this? And reassuring too! I love my live-in geek.

You must, however, get it fixed because I can't wait to hear about how the 'Go Girls are doing! I love them!

And you! And of course you're much prettier!


Posted by Fran at September 4, 2006 8:44 PM

Damn the spammers!! So what if they have to make a living!! Do they have to do it in our mailbox though? the noive!!


Posted by North at September 4, 2006 9:20 PM

WAs it here that someone mentioned that they loved the show: prisonbreak?

I found an Avocado fanblog...

not sure if it's "actually her" or a fanblog?

can't read the lingo! lol

Posted by North at September 4, 2006 9:23 PM

It is largely annoying to be attached by spammers. At work I came back from a one week vaction to 2500+ spam; I'd deleted 3 or 400 from home. Thank heavens I do have a spam filter (that screws up everything else, but it does catch spam.

Thank heavens for Mr. Husband

Posted by Cele at September 4, 2006 9:58 PM

drats, senseless me.

I've missed the Indigo Girls for the last two years. Bummer Dude! :(

Posted by Cele at September 4, 2006 9:59 PM

If you buy some from them, will it make them go away?????

Posted by desi at September 4, 2006 10:10 PM

This is totally unrelated to your post, but I just wanted to say, I bought and read gods in Alabama last week and it's freakin' amazing. I mean, everyone said it was superfantabulous, but I never actually believe hype, ya know? You rock though, chicky.

Posted by Jennifer at September 4, 2006 10:50 PM

I, too, am drowning in drug and stock offers from people who CANNOT spell. How are these people any different from those crazy Nigerians who want to give me $1 M?

Sad I missed Decatur. Did you talk to Michael Connelly?

The Indigo Girls will be in Asheville in a couple of weeks. I have tixs! Woo-hoo!

Posted by Edgy Mama at September 5, 2006 9:19 AM

There is apparently a rule that all spammers and phishers and other internet parasites must not, under any circumstances, be able to spell. Or punctuate correctly. Or write anything at all with subjects and verbs that agree. I hope you get it fixed soon because I want to hear about the Indigo Girls!

Posted by Aimee at September 5, 2006 10:28 AM

Gosh, we all DO love Mr. Husband. It's good that you have a 'geek' around. I find mine faaaascinating, especially when he starts talking in other languages. Really, I think the man DREAMS in code.

Also, I think it's freakin' awesome that you can even mention Cialis and Viagra and make them seem so funny. Truly, I can't wait for your next book.

Posted by dee at September 5, 2006 1:55 PM

"little flaccid red wagons..." wasn't that a William Carlos Williams poem? With something about white chickens standing around, and being glazed with rainwater?

Oh, wait, I guess it was a wheelbarrow. HUGE relief!

Posted by Cornelia Read at September 5, 2006 5:43 PM

I agree. And I will also get a bigger penis once I order the right stuff to make it work.

Posted by Heather at September 5, 2006 6:03 PM