A Thanksgiving Apology
I’d like to wish all (American) readers here a Happy Thanksgiving. I’m probably not going to make a post for Friday and perhaps not Monday, so this will be it for a little while. I’m rarely home these days, so I’m going to take the opportunity of being here to relax and visit with family. So, enjoy your own holidays or, if you’re not in the US, your rest of the week and weekend.
Also, I’d like to apologize for a situation brought to light yesterday by this tweet:
— Erik Meijer (@headinthebox) November 26, 2014
For those of you reading without the benefit of ad-block, I’d really like to apologize. It looks like at some point the disqus settings around advertisements reset to “show ads and shady ones at that.” I have no idea when I last updated disqus, so this has probably been going on for a while (I knew disqus would show ads, but I didn’t realize how gross they were). Those should be gone now, so please let me know if you see nonsense like that again. Looking at the credit I’ve earned through this accidental revenue source, the earnings aren’t nearly high enough to start asking the question, “does dignity have a price tag?” I’d rather provide a pleasant reading experience.
For anyone interested, here’s how to get disqus to stop doing that.
Anyway, for the holiday, enjoy this picture of a turkey: