If this entry also appears at Bloggers4Labour then thanks to Andrew Regan, the evil genius behind that site, and to the cunning Andrew Skudder for restoring PooterGeek’s feed to the collective.
UPDATE: I’m boring, I’m beige, I’m back, and my pants are as tight as a Scissor Sisters track.
It really works!
I’ve seen your trousers, and they lack the insincerity and the synthetic sponteneity of a Scissors Sisters track.
A while back, before Scissor Sisters were big, a friend of mine asked me to give her an update on the music scene so she could order some new CDs to listen to. I did, and in passing I mentioned that I had heard a band recently who were possibly the most shameless 70s Elton John copyists since Jon’s Elton.
She took this as a recommendation and, months later, emailed to thank me because she had been playing the Scissor Sisters album non-stop since she bought it. If I was accidentally responsible for their conquering the World then I’d like to apologise to everyone—but this apology is made without prejudice, formal admission of guilt, or undertaking to to pay reparations.
Friend of mine dressed as an ostrich to Scissor Sisters concert at the Dome. It was a revelation.
Completely there with the hotness that is Andrew Marr as per previous post. He definitely wins the the brains over brawn/flat ears/healthy BMI debate.
Cheers for an afternoon of complete distraction.
What was the problem then? Was it Bad Behavior after all?
I think that someone who puts “geek” in their handle should at least supply all the tedious details! At the bottom of this page it says that BB has blocked 0 access attempts in the last 7 days – oes that mean you have turned it off completely?
It looks like it was Bad Behaviour causing the problem, but I haven’t turned it off completely. The strange thing is, when I first disappeared off B4L, one of the things I tried in the hope of restoring PooterGeek to the site was to deactivate the Bad Behaviour plugin. Back then that didn’t seem to work; now your less drastic white-listing technique (as linked to above) seems to have done the trick. Don’t ask me why because I don’t know.
If I supplied all the tedious details of all the geeky things I do every day then no one would read PooterGeek. I’m not geeky enough to interest hardcore Slashdot-readers, but I’m too geeky for just about everyone else.
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