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Sunday, October 27, 2013


Posted on Sun, Oct 27, 2013 at 2:00 PM

Last night, my fav search engine refused to work for me unless I entered a Captcha code to verify the I was human and not a bot. It used some sort of lame excuse that it was getting suspicious activity from my network.

At first, I was going to enter the code, then I thought "

No." "No fucking way!" "

I don't give a shit about suspicious activity, that is their problem not mine. I know it is not my phone because when I switch my phone to wifi, the same captcha request was not required.

I used a different search engine. And, everytime I get a captcha request, I will use a different search engine. I hope you fellow bitchers join me on this one. —besides, they cant be trusted now that we know they are in bed with homeland security

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