November 08, 2005

Yella Isn't My Favorite Color

Those who must hide behind false email addresses, false names, and false websites are C-O-W-A-R-D-S. This means you.

If you are as knowledgeable as you pretend to be and have claimed in the past then you would know that what you attempted was not in the least a joke, nor am I in LaLa Land or crazy for finding your "joke" about a man accused of murdering his wife not funny. Got it?

Now, go away and don't come back unless you are willing to comment under a real email address. Using a phrase with which I am sure you are familiar:

"Don't let the door hit ya..."

Posted by Rae at November 8, 2005 04:53 PM

This is why I like the feature in WordPress to force new commenters into a moderation queue. Once allowed for the first time, then you can comment freely.

So comments from sites like fake@lalaland-dot-com are intercepted and don't polute my mindless banter.

Posted by: Jeremy at November 8, 2005 05:39 PM

Heh. Yes, well, I soon will be in Expression Engine and all comments will go into a queue (that's one of my favorite words by the way, along with cognizant).

Posted by: Rae at November 8, 2005 07:01 PM

I said "queue" the other day (it was far more practical than "go line up over there"), and I was told to "go back to manchester". Incidentally, I have never been to the UK. ;)

Posted by: Jo at November 9, 2005 05:46 PM

We use the word "queue" often in my not-so-small software organization. Especially on the support floor.

Because of this, anytime I find myself standing in a line of people, I find a way to call it a queue.

"You are last in the queue."
"I'm next in the queue."
"This queue has a wait time of 10 minutes, I think."

I'm scary looking enough that people will politely chuckle and let me move ahead of them in the queue. (Mommy, make the bad man and his weird friends go away.)

Tee hee

Posted by: Jeremy at November 9, 2005 06:11 PM

Jeremy, I love that feature and have been using it myself. It helps to identify "problems" right off the bat. I look forward to your blogmove Rae.

Posted by: Randy at November 9, 2005 08:42 PM
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