Apparently Turkey has Blocked WordPress

I just read it –the wordpress powers that be have confirmed that turkey is blocking wordpress. I have a few questions, like what kind of turkey–is it smoked, sliced or raw? Is it female or male? The female turkeys are bigger than the males–something I found out in Spain. How did it get into the internet to block wordpress? I guess if it’s in the wires than that would answer my first question — it would definitely be smoked turkey. But I guess it could be smoked, cold turkey.

Whatever kind of turkey it is – it is upsetting. I am not even sure if anyone can even read my blog anymore, with that turkey in the way. I wonder if stuffing goes with it– well, not if it’s cold turkey. Mashed potatoes sound good.

Just found out–the country of Turkey is blocking WordPress. What a relief! I just kept thinking how that had to be cleared up before Thanksgiving. 

You know, because of that I am boycotting Turkey — yep, not going to fly to Turkey this year. Nope. They’re gonna feel the heat now.

 (this is the kind of stuff you write when you had a hard day and your first post disappeared –forgive me)

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8 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Diesel
    Aug 21, 2007 @ 15:22:01

    WTF is Turkey’s problem with WordPress?

    My sweet potatoes have been giving me a hard time about Blogger.

  2. rjlight
    Aug 21, 2007 @ 17:01:26

    Diesel — some legal mumbo-jumbo an attorney wants his client’s name off of a blog…blah blah…
    I agree with the sweet potatoes blogger is frustrating.

  3. Theresa
    Aug 22, 2007 @ 02:28:29

    Well, I’m not in Turkey, so here I am. So, just because one attorney wants his client’s name off a blog, they can block all WordPress blogs? I’m swearing off turkey in protest, and with all the headaches Blogger is giving me, I guess I’ll be eating lots of sweet potatoes from now on…Oh wait, we don’t get sweet potatoes over here. Can I just eat regular ones? I’m sure they feel the same way about Blogger.

  4. rjlight
    Aug 22, 2007 @ 08:00:05

    Theresa–aren’t those batatas in the store?Aren’t they yams or something? I just want to help your protest.

  5. Debbie
    Aug 22, 2007 @ 08:35:04

    I have a friend who lives in Turkey. I’ll ask him wtf is up with- er…wait…I guess I can’t do that now.

  6. rjlight
    Aug 22, 2007 @ 19:32:06

    Debbie — it is quite the problem we must solve. Turkey is blocking wordpress with er a kebab.

  7. Theresa
    Aug 23, 2007 @ 07:51:54

    I haven’t seen any at my local supermarket, guess I’ll have to shop around. If I don’t find any, maybe I’ll try beets, I heard they’re “beeting” themselves up over the problems on Blogger (sorry, I know that was lame, but I couldn’t resist).

  8. Brent
    Aug 27, 2007 @ 11:52:40

    Turkey has an excellent record when it comes to blocking.

    When it starts rebounding, then I’ll truly be impressed.

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