Post 504: I suspect there’s more to this than we might guess…

irony

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This seems to be the day for oddness. I may as well add this message to the blog:

In this case you don’t know how to give for your dog is wearing a collar,
as I had a local dog training you do not have to be the Major concern for Dog Training.

What?!

I pointed out to the author that Dougy and Andy might take umbrage at being called dogs as they are Persian cats. Then I checked the post that the message was attached to. Pure non sequitur. Pure spam! Random madness! I deleted both the message and the answer, then decided you needed a “hunh?!” moment on top of the “hunh?!” moment at the very top.

Curiously, more irony, I added the tag “no cats involved” before I found the dog message. There seems to be cosmic settling going on. Or something!

p.s. WordPress is acting weird today, too. I should be able to update this without a new version going live to you each time. Sorry! This is it. No more updates, even if there are egregious misspellings, typos, inexplicable stuff that upset obsessive people, perfectionists like me.

4 thoughts on “Post 504: I suspect there’s more to this than we might guess…

  1. Hmmm…do you have ‘askimet’ enabled in your comments settings? That should keep all dodgy spam like this away. I was also unaware that updating a post meant ti was then sent ‘live’ each time out to my followers in their feed! Is this normal? I am always spotting fault after posting, edit the errors out and then update. Multiple times often. Good Lord. :/

    – sonmicloud.

    • I do have askimet activated, and didn’t used to see any spam. Recently, a few have slipped through, all with English in this garbled form that reminds me of a bad Google Translate translation. A Chinese friend told me Google does a terrible (if amusing!) job translating Chinese, so, perhaps, it works the same from Chinese to English. Just a guess as to origins of the messages.

      I may be mistaken about the updates going out to everyone, but I always get an e-mail showing each update, alongside the original draft. If I’ve updated several times, all versions show up in an e-mail! I hope I’m the only one getting this because I think all of us get enough redundant e-mails as it is.

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