Nothin’ don’t tell the blues like bad grammar. Now I ain’t gonna say that no one don’t know like me, ‘cause they do. Don’t they? If it ain’t gonna do you no good, it’s the blues. Didn’t John Lee tell us right. My baby she gone, she been gone two night I ain’t seen my baby since night before last One bourbon, one scotch, and one beer Damn it won’t ‘ya, I ain’t believin’ my eyes. Who don’t need articles ‘n prepositions ‘n spellin’. John Lee didn’t. Didn’t need no plurals too. They gon’ take you right down By the riverside Now four is goin’ down Ain’t but three comin’ back
WordPress Plugin Updates Can Drive You Crazy
If you have a WordPress blog, you know. Never update plugins! WordPress is fantastic, and is without doubt the best blogging platform available. However, for those who have a self-hosted WordPress blog, you will know the pain of plugin updates, and how they can drive you crazy. The problem is, that many plugins are written by part-time coders, and not all of them really know how to, or even bother with doing a pre-test of a new version of their plugin, other than to release it, and then try to solve all the problems from users that occur, and appear as screams on their support pages. For free plugins, I can accept
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I love cricket! For those of you not born into the religion of cricket, which I imagine may be most of you, I would like to take a moment to introduce you to my passion. Cricket. Now for a start, you need to understand that a single game of international test cricket takes five full days of 6 hours each to complete. That’s right, thirty hours! Then at the end, there can be a winner and loser, but very often just a shake of hands and the game is declared a draw. And a series is normally five matches. Yes, good work. 25 days! Are you still awake? It takes
I Should Be Writing A Book, But ….
But blogging is so much fun Why? Well, first of all, blogs are shorter and much easier to write than a 100,000-word novel. Believe me, that many words is a lot of hard work. Not only do I have to concentrate for long periods of time, but I also have to make sure that all the words are spelt correctly and that my grammar is perfect. Whereas, in a blog, I can make little mistakes and drive the Grammar Nazis crazy. Their is nothing that soothes my soul more that having the Grammar Police visit my blog and increase my comment count once they have pounced on my typos and