December 3, 2021

10 thoughts on “TitP Spam Free and Energized

  1. Mark G.
    What do you mean a hundred yards? We might not be able to see crap, but we old guys can still spot (if we don’t 4get our glasses) a pretty Pinay at a thousand yards easy 🙂 🙂

  2. You old guys and your eyesight, lol. You can spot a pretty Pinay at a hundred yards but make the font a little light and everyone’s squinting! I don’t mind the little math problem as long as they’re easy and if it keeps spam away why not? You can use any of my facebook photos John. Some are copyrighted by Pinoy artists some are my own and fall under the community commons license. As long as you give credit where credit is due I think everyone is happy. I have lots of scenery and landscape photos from that area so feel free. I mentioned to the wife you’d like it if she read the blog and she asked why, lol. I told her you were looking for a roving reporter. Of course then I had to explain my joke. I think she may pop in from time to time but not sure if she’ll be a willing participant or just do it to keep me quiet.

  3. Just face it guys, were all getting older 🙁 ..ouch.. and our eyes are not quite up to reading UJ’s small print. UJ are you having like Texas Chili withdrawls and starting to make mistakes?…:) 🙂 🙂

    Going out to have Mexican food tonight UJ, to bad your not here…we could have a few refreshments, kick back and talk about central Texas.

  4. I agree with Tony, the font is almost to small to read and is lighter than before. Also, here in the comments section, the font is so light it is hard to see. Or, maybe I just got extremely old since last visit here. :/

    1. I tried to change the font myself and I might have messed it up. I thought I had one a little darker and not smaller. I have someone working on it and hopefully it will be done very soon. Hang in there. You are probably not going blind.

  5. I like the “Validation Code*” box…simple yet effective :-). I didn’t speak or understand a single word of tagalog or whatever dialect was spoken. So to attemp to empress the wife (really survival) i would here a word and ask the wife what the meaning of that word was, and I would try to use that tagalog word in phrase as often as I could. Needless to say I would screwed the usage of the word more than I used it correctly. But after a few gazillion years of practicing and the wife rolling on the floor laughing at my tagalish, I finally am extremely fluent in tagalog and can hold my own in just about any conversation or transaction.

    1. That’s weird. Your e-mail address is now .bet and not .net. Whey did it come up different like that? I was going to try to do the same thing as you. I saw it in a movie. I couldn’t though, because the people around here are always using different dialects and I didn’t know which ones were Tagalog, Visayan, Cebuano or Waray-Waray. Everyone doesn’t understand all the dialects and it just got too confusing. I would like to know enough Tagalog to at least understand what is being said. I don’t have to know how to speak it conversationally, but that would be okay too.
      Thank you for answering the question about the “Validation Code”, you’re the first to say that it is actually there.

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