In fact, IF I could get stupid WordPress to make lists easier to manipulate, this would be numbers 1-3! Unfortunately, even attempts at “<ol>” and “<li>” in the actual code do nothing -but lists are the least of WordPress‘ failings…
- Blogging thieves.
Sites with no original content that re-post my work make me feel like locking up or even leaving.
- Monetary writers.
Some are better than others, but most eventually need the door closed on their salesmanship.
- “Thank you for visiting.”
Wellll, I’ve been following and commenting on your site off and on for three years, but, “You’re welcome.”
- Comment etiquette.
It’s vital to respond to people who’ve taken time to log into WordPress fifteen times in order to leave you a smiley face; but, some days I just don’t know whether a thumbs-up (👍🏻) or a smiley return (🙂) is appropriate…
- Overall feelings of repression of opinion on the internet as a whole.
Did I miss anything? Let’s go light a simulacrum of WP on fire and pass the day with one fewer care in the world.
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