Saturday, February 27th, 2016

miss_s_b: (Mood: Oh dear)
... am I missing something, or is it really just the tories going "we've cut council budgets so much they can't afford street sweepers any more, so we're hoping that telling you it's the queen's birthday will make you saps do it for free"?

I mean, I'm all for moar pictures of Boris looking a total twat:

... and the Gove picture is just a gift:

... but do they really expect us to fall for this?
miss_s_b: (Default)
miss_s_b: (Default)
Ok, so I'm pretty much getting used to the formatting and such of new linkspam client, and I'm getting my head round the fact that it picks up everything, and I mean EVERYTHING, with a link in from twitter, even quoted tweets, so I need to be a lot less spammy with the tweeting in general, which is probably no bad anything, and oh god I'm rambling now... ANYWAY. Since I'm seeing everything up anew I might as well check on convenience of timing etc:

Poll #17331 What time of day is better for linkspams to appear?
Open to: Registered Users, detailed results viewable to: All, participants: 14

What time of day is better for linkspams to appear?

View Answers

Morning before 9?
5 (35.7%)

Morning between 9 & 12
4 (28.6%)

2 (14.3%)

1 (7.1%)

1 (7.1%)

2 (14.3%)

Late night
2 (14.3%)

Ticky box
7 (50.0%)

I don't care I'm just ticking at random now
7 (50.0%)

As usual people on the twitters can make their feelings known there and that will be taken into account.

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