All seems to be quiet at the moment, but I’m not sure if I’ve finally fixed it.
I know that lots of people are accepting ad-sense, but these – pop up in the most awkward spots – cover the right-hand bottom third of the screen (I work on a desk-top) making it extremely difficult to write, click on anything at all in that part of the screen; they appear on YouTube (you have difficulty adjusting the volume), the Google Search page the minute you click on anything (can’t access your bookmarks very well) – whoever might think that pop-up ads might be a good idea – a source of revenue, think again.
You make it difficult for anyone to use their computers at all – these things even found their way on to my Word documents, and into my main notification box (bottom right of the screen), alongside my usual notification that there was no malware on my computer!
I think I might have found what was causing it – a free radio station, which I hadn’t clicked on at all – but I’m not sure because it was there for some time before the pop-ups got in on the act.
But this is a scrawl – I’ve suddenly been missing for a few days after being here pretty much regularly.
You don’t have to match contents that are there, or mode, against ways to say what you want to, about it. You need to watch those ‘have tos’.
I don’t put an apostrophe between the ‘to’ and the ‘s’ above, because the ‘tos’ or ‘have tos’ is plural.
I know there is a convention to put that apostrophe there – in some circles – but I don’t join in with those.
I am old school.
I go by what I was taught in that old school, a long time ago.
I am not always right in spelling and grammar – ‘right’ according to how I was taught. I make mistakes, and – I know most spellings – that is an old-fashioned way of saying it – I spelt ‘medicine’ ‘medecine’ for years – or was that a mere slip? – because I thought it was spelt that way – and didn’t find out until – oh, was it 1994? – that it wasn’t spelt that way – I do hope that spike has gone from my WordPress – the one that seems to cause pop-ups.
About bit-money and cars, so far.
And, of course, I have dashes all over the place and I am not Emily Dickinson.
I am at a point where I use – oh, what were they called now? – those joining words – those ‘ands’ and ‘buts’ – at the beginning of a sentence, if I want, instead of in a proper place that I was taught about.
I know it’s Thanksgiving over there – gotta mention it.