Spammers have being going mental recently. But to counter this so too has my spam-eradictor (Akismet). It has gone totally insane, eating real comments all over the place. I’ve managed to rescue some, but others are gone forever. Apologies peoples who have commented but been ignored. Sin é an fath.
I’ve turned the spam protection off, so now all spammy comments will get stuck in moderation, but cheapaim that although that is more work for me, it’ll mean none of your comments are devoured, especially considering that I’m going to be offline over the weekend.
Also, my free statcounter fingy was down over the past few days. Didn’t realise I was so addicted to it. This blogging thing should come with a rabhadh.
Chuaigh mégo dtí an pictiurlann tonight to see The Proposition, great film, but not a cheery one. But can I just say, screen hoppers, you is evil. Evil!
Round half way through a tháinig buchaill agus caílín isteach. Arms full of bia, and whispering to each other. Then, for pretty much the rest of the film agus siad ag caint. Not enough to actually hear what they were saying, but just loud enough to be annoying. Until the girl left, thumping down the stairs, and then came back, thumping back up the stairs. Bint! and then, five minutes before the film ended they began to pack up and leave, only yer wan dropped her shit all over the shop, which prompted much “sorry-ing”
Man, do other people ever suck
Which reminds me, when myself and NM went to the kino last, we were sitting beside this fella who was on the tall side. And someone sitting behind him asked, before the film had even started, if he could scrunch down, so she could see. Now the seats in the cinema are quite good, and while I know it can be annoying to have someone’s hair just in frame, how much more annoying must it be to be sitting all slouched and bent out of position. Some people are just plain ignorant.