August 1, 2008

What's going on here?!

I have had some weird issues lately with this blog:
1. I got a notice from Blogger on Wednesday saying I was a spam blogger-got it cleared up by today after a review but...
2. Just tonight, I couldn't log into my blog! I kept getting a "Internet Explorer cannot open the site..." "Operation aborted" message!!
3. Google groups info said that the issue does seem to have something to do with the spam thing, as others have recently had the very same problems as me, and that Sitemeter also seems to be involved.
I removed Sitemeter from my Layout page(the only way to get to it) and here I am-It worked! But what next!?

If this keeps up, I might have to have some of what this guy is having! (Saw this on blogmate Marvin's Because I Was Bored Because I Was Bored... ) Speaking of "classic country"! Jon Lajoie-"High as fuck." Check out his other songs on YT!







Some new country music to check out:




You might think I really hate country music what with all the parodies of country albums I have been doing lately. Nah, I was just on a roll one night or two! And I don't really hate country. I really like some of it-old classic country, Hank, Dwight, Junior Brown, George Jones, Johnny Cash, Willie, etc. I just don't like about 90% of the commercial country stuff put out today. Especially that kind of "country" that's just the same old song and dance, and "goes with the flow." Just in case you've been wondering.


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4 comments:

Memphis Steve said...

I was locked out with that "Internet Explorer cannot display page" crap for awhile, too. I opened my page in Firefox and I noticed it didn't display the Google ad. The page worked fine. I think Google was responsible for the problem and just hasn't admitted it.

Micgar said...

Memphis-thanks for dropping by...yeah I don't know what or who caused it, it just sucked, huh? Have you seen the Google/Blogger notes about the "incident" on the Dashboard?

Grant Miller said...

Interesting, I had recent IE issues but it always resolved itself after a few "refreshes." I'm always waiting for the day Google considers me spam. I also agree with Mempis Steve and believe it was related to the Google Ad.

Micgar said...

Grant-the Google Adsense nonsense? Oh well glad its over.
Heh hee Grant with all the Search posts you have, they just might get you!