I’m suffering some serious suckage in the Fresh And Meaningful Posting department. I have all the regular excuses, none of which are very good, and then I have the real excuse, which is that I’ve been playing Scrabbulous via email with Az and Silverstar non-stop every time I sit in front of my computer. Every bit of my creativity is going toward coming up with good words and blocking that damned Azahar from using all the red squares. She’s relentless.
Yes, well, this is all very entertaining for me, but it begs the problem of getting the posting done. I mean, MY GOD, I may have cooked something delicious and not written about it, or given poor Lewi another impossibly bad haircut and not shared. What’s that, you say? You hadn’t noticed?
Bitches. Fine. Be that way.
Also, I still hate Facebook. I hate all the apps that need total access to all my info every time I accept something. It feels like I’m being buggered sans vaseline each time I say yes to another request. The other part I don’t like is that I think I’m doing it wrong, or it wouldn’t be so annoying.
Feh. Feh and Feck.
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I hate that about Facebook, too. Even if you want to see what an application is, you have to bend over and spread ’em.
Since I’m the underdog in this little Scrabulous scenario, I must find some way to always have a Q, U, X, and Z available near any red space. Of course, with my luck, that would be the only vowel I had, and you guys would have made any other vowels unplayable.
Good thing you gave us a hint on the security question. I was going to say Rush Limbaugh.
It’s odd, but a lot of people don’t even see the questions. (There’s more than one …) And I decided to make them at least vaguely entertaining.
I’ve had people make up answers (like Rush Limbaugh)and actually use them and then curse me because they couldn’t get their comment posted. Folks, I’m here to tell you, the program ain’t that smart.
Yebbut, you’re always winning!
I’ve always hated Facebook and still do. I only use it now to play Scramble. But now my Twitters show up so it looks like I’m more active there than I actually am.
So, how did you get your twitters to show up? That might be good. Spread all that twittery goodness around when I can’t sleep.
Yeah, that’s the ticket.
Your arm, BTW, looked scary as hell. And sore. I hope the antibiotics kick right in.
I added the Twitter application, but I couldn’t get it to show up in my ‘Boxes’ like raincoaster did. I also tried adding the WordPress application but it wouldn’t work for me.
Oh, and the arm is feeling a bit better today, thanks, but it still looks scary.
I misread that at first as “yebbut you’re always whining.” That too, miss “I ain’t got nothing but vowels” who’s walking all over us.
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