Way back when I was just tadpole in the pond of life my dad brought home a new kind of meat in a can. It was called Spam. He would slice it up, put it on some bread, and add a little mustard – voila, a nice lunch? Well, anyway, we have Spam today ‘cept it ain’t meat and it ain’t good for consumption by man or computer.
We removed the coded word match step from making comments to the blog but, lately we’ve been getting a Spam comment several times a week. So far the Blogger Spam detection feature has be catching these comments and placing them in a Spam file where we can delete them. We’re considering reinstituting the coded word match step to weed these out before they somehow gain control of our blog and/or computer. Therefore, we were wondering if our fellow bloggers are experiencing an increase in Spam comments and, if so, what steps are you taking. The word match step is a pain for those making comments to our blog and we’d rather not use it.
Yesterday turned out to be one of the top ten days for this week. It was just beautiful with bright sunshine, clear skies, little to no humidity, and temps in the seventies. We made a run to JoAnn Fabrics to get the batting and the thread needed to finish the Baby Fortner quilt. I can’t wait to see what the two layers of cloth filled with stuffing and stitched together will look like in its finale.
Other than that, it was just another day at w*rk. One of the gentlemen involved in the longest escort in history stopped me as I passed by his site and apologized for his behavior. I was glad to hear that he and his wife are enjoying the site as well as the northern Michigan area. After all, the worse site at Hearthside Grove Luxury Motorcoach Resort is far better than anything that we’ve ever parked on.
By the way, we don’t use golf carts at Hearthside. We use GEM cars (Global Electric Motorcars). Essentially they are the same thing as a golf cart, however, it’s like comparing a Army Jeep to a Cadillac. Sticking with the same theme, this is not your father’s golf cart!!!
They can hit speeds of 35 MPH and get a zillion miles per gallon of gasoline (since they’re all electric). Now that’s getting around the “campground” in style.
Happy Motoring and May God Bless - - - - - - - -