McLean Roofing, You’ve Got a Problem!

Stuck at some traffic lights, there’s a pickup truck thing in front and, well, it all looks a bit odd. Now, it does look a little scruffy but there are plenty scruffy vehicles about so that’s not the problem here.

Let’s focus on what’s written on the back of it, shall we? The logo is perfectly fine – no issues there. The telephone numbers are laid out a bit strangely, with the first part of the non-mobile number being off to the left but the rest of it lining up with the mobile number. However, it’s presumably perfectly usable.

Now… the websitey stuff. Does that email address work? I don’t know and won’t bother trying it. I assume that it won’t work, however, since having that dash right before the @ just doesn’t look right.

You may have noticed we’ve got a bit of a dilemma. In the email address, the domain has no dash, yet in the actual website name, there is. Anyway, it turns out that his URL shouldn’t have a dash, but it doesn’t make much difference whether you include it or not…

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August 2016 Spam Report

Since this site doesn’t even have any legitimate visitors, this first spam report will be very short.

Every month, I will expose what details I have of spammers on this site just because. Please do not use these details maliciously and note that some may be faked or have changed.

The following names are links that will bring you to pages with more detailed information.

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Including everyone in the conversation

The problem with WordPress is that images taller than they are wide end up massive.

Anyway, here’s the image you’re looking for. For some context, I still don’t really know what they were on about but since it’s a Facebook group chat, I decided to encourage everyone to join in with the discussion, including someone without an internet connection at the moment due to moving houses etc.

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BT and Seagulls

Alright, here in the UK, we have British Telecom, or just BT as they are commonly known as. They provide internet access and phone service just like Sky, Virgin Media and all the rest.

However, as with anything, BT has its flaws. BT OpenReach is in charge of the phone lines, so I’m not really sure who to blame here, but I’m blaming BT anyway.

Oh, and if BT sounds vaguely familiar to you but you’ve not heard of British Telecom (’cause maybe you live in America or something), then you’re probably thinking of BitTorrent. Fun, eh?

Anyway, enough rambles, so let’s get rambling!

Pretty much everyone in my family is with BT, at least for internet access. Have they had a fun time? Nah.

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