I pay, therefore I am

18 Responses to I pay, therefore I am

  1. Thomas says:

    Nothing is certain but taxes.

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  2. Adrienne says:

    OMGosh! Is that why i don’t exist? Next time I’ll pay.

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  3. I can’t afford to exist (especially here in UK) ๐Ÿ˜€ ๐Ÿ˜€ ๐Ÿ˜€

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  4. bobcabkings says:

    Can I try our this existence thing and then decide whether its worth paying for? LOL

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  5. Will S. says:

    Before existing?

    Now they tell me! ๐Ÿ˜‰

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  6. Will S. says:

    Reblogged this on Will S.' Sunny Side Blog.

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  7. Lady Quixote/Linda Lee says:

    LOL LOL!! I had to read this three times before I noticed the extra “s” in the final word in the sign. LOL!

    By the way, the reason you will have to moderate my comment now is because I logged out of my old WP account and created a whole new one. WordPress wasn’t able to help me with the problem of bloggers no longer being notified in their WP readers when I left a comment. A lot of bloggers rely on the reader notifications rather than on email notices, so most of my comments were going unnoticed. Sigh… it’s a big pain having to start a new blog all over again on a new account. But as long as my blogger friends can see my comments, it’s worth it. ๐Ÿ™‚

    I pay therefore I am…. LOL.

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    • Sometimes gremlins get into the machinery. I was receiving your notifications sporadically, and have had the same happen occasionally with other bloggers/commenters. With all the millions of people using WordPress, it’s not surprising that once in a while things go wonky. Anyway, I hope you’ve been able to get the situation under control. (Also, I’m glad you kept the same gravatar, because it always discombobulates my old sclerotic brain when people change their gravatars and I don’t recognize them at first!)

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      • Lady Quixote/Linda Lee says:

        It’s the same picture on a new gravatar. ๐Ÿ™‚

        And yes, I have no doubt that WP gets overwhelmed and glitches happen. This wasn’t sporadic though with me, it started about 2 or 3 weeks ago and it was consistent. No one was getting notifications of my comments at all. Several bloggers told me this, and it was obvious on my end even without being told, because suddenly no one was liking or replying to my comments. I’m talking about people like Lucky Otter who always at least liked my comments. And bloggers who moderate every comment were no longer approving any of mine, including people who always used to approve all of my comments.

        When I reached out to WP for help they responded like they had no idea what I was talking about. So I had to do something.

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        • Okay, that IS a little weird; usually (at least in my admittedly limited experience) it’s more random than that. I wonder why the gremlins were picking on you? Did you not place enough incense on their altar or something? ๐Ÿ˜‰

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          • Lady Quixote/Linda Lee says:

            Hehe…. it all started around the time that I disputed a $26 charge that WP had made on my PayPal account. PayPal found in my favor and the $26 was reimbursed to me. The help person I contacted at WP says that wouldn’t have anything to do with my technical issues.

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          • It probably didn’t; it was probably just a computer hiccup or something. I’ve had stuff disappear for no apparent reason, and once I got locked out of one of my own blogs, which was rather upsetting. It seems that the more machines run our lives, the more stuff like this happens. Right now I’m dealing with a clothes dryer that refuses to heat up, which is very annoying, but sadly not something that WordPress can do anything about. ๐Ÿ˜‰

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