Tuesday, February 07, 2006


Word verification and comment spam

I realize that word verification is a tedious extra step in posting comments, but I've decided to keep with it. When I look back at my old posts, I find them to be barnacled with dozens of spam comments in the last couple of months of 2005; but the spam seems to have stopped since I activated word verification on January 17.

I wish they would make word verification more fun by coming up with letter combinations that sound like words. My last two word verification letter strings did in fact almost sound like words:

What would you guess them to mean?

Speaking of comment spam, can anyone recommend a way to delete them that is faster and more efficient than going to each comment and hitting the delete comments button?

I was actually hoping you would comment on the disrespectful behavior of the liberals at the King funeral yesterday. It looked like there were some old leftist warhorses at the Coretta Scott King funeral yesterday who were determined to use the occasion to get in some shots against President Bush. (Carter & Lowery).
Thanks, Craig. You gave me an idea for my next post!
Oscar, I haven't found an easier way to delete spam comments. If you find out, please let me know!

"qkkxr" is the word verification for this comment. Hmm...

Hey! How serendipitous!

Quick-x-er (as in quick-deleter--One who finds a way to quickly delete annoying spam posts.
That's too cool!

oeoue (my next word) -- ooo-weee-ooo, what a great word verifiction.

Uh, oh, I'm stuck in my own comments page!
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