irrelevant, repetitive, and nonsensical

While last night I felt kind of angry blogger called me a spam blog, this morning I’m kind of depressed about it.
Is my blog irrelevant, repetitive, or nonsensical? I guess so. Irrelevant, I post about nothing a lot of the time. It is repetitive, underwater pics or “A new worlds record for most boringest post”. Over and over. Nonsensical, I guess all of it is. So I guess my blog DOES have characteristics of a spam blog. Can I have some cheese to go with my whine? OOPS, I think I already said that once! The Spam Alarms are going off all over Bloggers corporate offices!
My word verification seem longer than this whole post, and is that two ‘N’s or one ‘M’?

0 thoughts on “irrelevant, repetitive, and nonsensical

  1. I’ve had some problems with blogger before… the hardest part is actually getting ahold of someone to help you. Took me weeks to do that! Then… they were no help.

  2. So you are canned mystery meat eh? You know, even by Bloggers broad and generalized description you shouldn’t have been tagged as SPAM by their robots. Which leads me to believe that their robots are pretty screwed up and that means I be getting word verification before I can post soon too. There truly is nothing free in life. Damn!

  3. or two v’s or a wI hate word verification. I have a lot of phantom comments because I inevitably type the word wrong and I don’t check to see that my comment saved before I leave.This comments verifcation: nogrdxr

  4. You’re cracking me up over here, MarkD. Even blogger’s picking on you. But you still live in paradise, so I don’t feel sorry for you. 😉

  5. Look at it this way: A computerized program called you a Spam Blogger, not an actual person. The robots are starting their takeover. Soon programs will be managing our money and entertaining us…………….wait a minute?!?!

  6. take it as a compliment… it means your blog is getting enough traffic and posts and links to be noticed.It is a hassle that you had to do a word verification to clear your own blog of spam accusations. I expected google to be better at that kind of stuff.