Life Hack. Or, why spam comments are a joke | Starah

Life Hack. Or, why spam comments are a joke | Starah A few months ago, I spoke about scammers, being scammed, and solutions we provide customers at work when they unintentionally become victims. But, what about getting spammed? I recently checked my spam comments section and laughed, which in turn inspired the following scenario and PAS. bloggers need to spend time moderating comments and removing spam, which takes time away from creating new content and engaging with their audience. This can be frustrating and can make bloggers feel like they are not able to fully focus on the purpose of their blog and what they want to achieve with it. Do you find dealing with spam comments on your blog to be a nuisance? Or, as a reader, are you tired of sifting through irrelevant, nonsensical, and offensive comments? If you have any ideas or solutions to combat spam comments, share them here. Bloggers and readers alike can benefit from new ideas and strategies. What are the main key indicators of a spam comment? What is a spam comment?

It’s Sunday afternoon and King Gizzard is my Lizard Wizard | Starah

Genre-hopping hooligans, their music speaks poetically, auditory, psychedelically, and heavily, correlating all that I am, presented with sweet melodies, repetitive tones and relatable lyrics. From the classic Rattlesnake, rattlesnake, rattlesnake, that will be sure to clear the area of unwanted yahoo's in your life, to the automation of opening doors of the Nonagon Infinity Robot Stop (One of my favs.)