(Toledo, OH) Within hours of being declared inelligible to run Google AdSense posts, Google subsidiary Blogger suddenly added a mandatory word-verification feature to my blog posts.
Here are their stated reasons for adding this feature to my account:
Blogger's spam-prevention robots have detected that your blog has characteristics of a spam blog. (What's a spam blog?) Since you're an actual person reading this, your blog is probably not a spam blog. Automated spam detection is inherently fuzzy, and we sincerely apologize for this false positive.
Before we can turn off mandatory word verification on your posts we'll need to have a human review your blog and verify that it is not a spam blog. Please fill out the form below to get a review.
Coincidence? I think not. The virtual Google bastards simply notified their ether undelings at Blogger that mine was a "suspicious" blog.
Dear Google and Blogger: I am a real, live, and pissed-off blogger who writes about things that interest him.
And right now what interests me is the colossal, programmed imbecility manifested in the corporate mentalité of Google-Blogger. Fix this, and fix it now, nimrods, or I shall be forced to compose daily blog posts reaching the entire blogosphere detailing the boundless ineptitude with which the entities headquartered at Mountain View, CA operate.