Evidently, there are some huge fans of [Charlie Daniels], [Sawyer Brown] and [roosters] at Splatter Spam Central. For up to five spam comments a day on each of those three posts have attempted to slip past the [Blogger spam filter] over a course of 3-4 months now.
Did you catch the significance of attempted to slip past the Blogger spam filter? For not one did.
Hence, one of the reasons why I am calling these barrages splatter spam. For I figure that the reason why so many are attempted within a span of just a few seconds is to overwhelm the Blogger spam filter, and I have this image in my head of those spam comments splattering against the wall that has remained intact.
Since the Blogger spam filter has proven to be so trustworthy so far, why are there still so many who have not disabled the [CAPTCHA] option? If it is simply a case of not knowing how, [this] video tutorial should prove very helpful.
In most cases, however, the reason why the CAPTCHA option is still employed is quite simply just on account of the owner of the blog not caring if they ever receive any legitimate comments or not. Subsequently, why would I want to help drive traffic their way by including them in a [Sites To See]?
In all fairness, the CAPTCHAs were merely a mild irritation to me before my eyesight went downhill in a hurry, but they are a nightmare now—even when using [page zoom]! Of course, adding insult to injury is that the comment is still subject to moderation even after jumping through the CAPTCH hoop.
Therefore, I will no longer be including sites with a CAPTCHA form in a Sites To See after the [Thinking of Christmas Gifts in July] series ends this coming Sunday. Be assured that I would like to put this new policy into effect immediately, but that would be unfair to the remaining ones.
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