Technical Glitch.

Here’s a short ass post for you:

Apparently, some of you who are not spammers are getting your comments sorted into spam. I don’t know why.

Some of you who I talk to all the time and who are my regular cast of commenting characters are not getting auto-approved, so I am replying to your comments with no idea that they aren’t appearing on the associated post. I also don’t know why.

Once I do know why, I will fix it. In the meanwhile, if you comment on something and I ignore you, chances are high that I don’t know you commented.

I just found two of forfriendswithoutborders posts in my spam folder and had to restore them. I’m going to presume this is because he recently moved from the V-pub and wordpress hasn’t gotten used to him yet, in theory. Who knows? But I know I also had to manually approve one of Vish’s posts (uglybassface) a day or two ago as well, so something weird is going on, which I will deal with as soon as I figure out what it is.

Until Next Time, it’s a programming mystery.

10 thoughts on “Technical Glitch.

  1. I had issues a few weeks ago where all of my posts from the vpub were going into everyone’s spam folder. It was an issue with akismet. I hope that my new issue is that this is a new account and the first time posting on your blog with it? Who knows these days!


    1. Yeah, odd. The only reason I caught it at all was that I’d responded to you. Then, when I went to my notifications the next time WP beeped at me, I noticed it was gone, so I checked the post and only my response to you was there. I thought maybe my finger slipped and I accidentally trashed it, but nope. After some digging, I found not one, but two of your comments in spam.

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      1. Clearly. You and all those guys who think my blog needs fancy web design, and who tell me ‘everyone’ is talking about my post. Click here.’ Lol

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      2. I love the ones that are like 5 paragraphs long, but you can tell are spam in the first 5 words. Who’s actually going to read all that?

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      3. It doesn’t take too many dummies for them to turn a profit, and it’s a sad truth that there are still plenty of technophobes out there that are gullible(see: inexperienced in the ways of the web) enough to take the bait.


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