The gathering place for a merry band of Three Percenters. (As denounced by Bill Clinton on CNN!)
You have attributed conditions to villainy...
Congratulations! You have been noticed and found to be an enemy of consequence. You may be sure that they have just begun their activities with respect to you and your blog.Secure your code and if Google won't allow it, change your server and provider. This assumes that you don't have certain other software on your machine. The days of open and free communication and discussion are over and you are on the WRONG side.They are now in the process of creating far worse problems for you and your readers and the information that you provide. These will probably happen at the worst possible time and coincidentally, during attacks at other sites. We do have a looming election, do we not? Think like them and assume the worst.Have I ever mentioned Linux to you before? The software is *free* and securable at your end.
The mobile site's new look is an improvement IMO. I say keep that
Maybe I'm just lucky, they don't appear any different to me. Keep up the pressure, evidently you are getting to them. And it's been said before, but bears repeating watch your six, godspeed Dutchman6
They are now appearing in mobile format on my android phone, which is a good thing.
After watching Holder respond to Issa today, he should be impeached, together with Breuer, Weinstein and Grindler. What do you think Mike? Are they tired of his dancing, filibustering, and arrogance?
Looks like they sent one of their minions to occupy Va. Tech again - anything to get out of the headlines fast and furious.III N TN
Start by immediately changing your password.But this might not be anyone actually messing with you. Blogger simply does very strange things with HTML every now and then. Sometimes it's obvious they've attempted to update their software and glitched something, other times the cause isn't so obvious.
C'mon Dutch, yer killing us here! We'er waiting all day for an update from Mordor!
Tell us all the good stuff that no one knows. What was it really like? What is going to happen next?
I was - I think - the first to complain.It turns out the problem was on MY end - a Firefox add-on ("No-Squint") which allows one to manipulate the display to maximize readability.I didn't deliberately change the settings for SSI - on the contrary it appears I accidentally hit the hot-keys which really screwed up my display.Bottom line: If you're having problems, check your PC first!
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