01 January 2007

Removal of Cbox Tagboard

I have decided to remove the Cbox tagboard which allows visitors to my blog another way to leave a comment. The reason for the removal is that recently, the tagboard made me look like I am both a strong supporter of the integrated resorts as well as a health freak.

But thanks to the unwanted tags, I now know that phentermine is a weight loss pill and keno is a game of chance.

Well as always, you lose some and you gain some. There is no such thing as a free lunch. So before they start advertising viagra, cialis, hair loss and wrinkle solutions, or 4D and Toto, I'd better remove it.

Please leave any comment you may have in my latest post. (For those who don't know it yet, Blogspot will notify the blog owner via an email whenever a new comment is posted in the blog so that it will never be missed.)

18 comments:

Chris said...

Well good riddance, Victor. Each time I view your blog, the active-X message appeared on the menu bar. I suspect it had something to do with your tagboard.

Victor said...

Your blog is also like that what. Whenever I access it, a dialogue box pops up and asks me to "Click OK to run Active-X control on this webpage". I must click "OK" to continue. If I use my office PC, it even asks me to log into "Freetown". (I just click "Cancel" to continue.) I think it must be due to the music that you put into your blog.

Oh BTW, chestnuts are no longer roasting on the fireplace hor. LOL.

Chris said...

Hello? It's "chestnuts roasting on the open fire" hor. Christmas over already still dunno the lyrics ah? hng!

But I like to have background song in my blog leh... sort of reflect the kinda mood I'm in mah ... I'll upload a CNY song when the time's near. LOL.

Lam Chun See said...

That's right Chris. Your site has this irritating Active-X thing. I think it is to do with your music. But I don't have this problem with Victor's site.

You mean you didn't know about it? Goes to show your readers are long-suffering type.

Chris said...

Really ah? Well, like most things in life, we will get used to it mah .., LOL

oceanskies79 said...

Gosh. There is so much spam around.

Anyway, with regards to the comments that you have left at Eastcoastlife's blog: actually Eastcoastlife happened to visit my main blog, that is why she came across the invitation. You are also invited to the concert. It's a free concert on 10 Jan 07, Wed, 7.30 p.m. at NUS, LT13.

I appreciate the thoughts of the rose, but you needn't hold and present a rose to me.... Your presence will be good enough. =)

eastcoastlife said...

This type of thing also want to get jealous!

Now you got the invitation, see you go or not! And don't forget the rose!!!! muahahahaha.........

Victor said...

Eastcoastlife and Oceanskies79, you're taking me a little bit too seriously. (Rule of the thumb is - when there's a "Wahahaha" attached to a comment, it's not to be taken seriously. Wahahaha.)

Thanks for the invitation, Oceanskies79 but I can't make it on 10 Jan leh. Anyway, I saw your rehearsal video already. Great performance. I'm sure the audience will not be disappointed.

Eastcoastlife - Now that I can recognise you, I'll call you when I bump into you in East Coast area. For now, I'm just glad that I've never fought with you before over a restaurant table or a car park lot. May pay a surprise visit to your shop one day by posing as as a customer. Wahahaha.

(This comment is replicated in eastcoastlife's blog.)

eastcoastlife said...

Victor, do you know people get beaten up for posing as customers in my shop? wahahaha......

Victor said...

Wah very scary thought. Do you normally do that yourself; is it considered as part of your husband's routine duty; do you get 'contract' workers to do it for you; or all three? Hmm... you are a lot fiercer than I thought.

Never mind, if I got my spectacles smashed or my vision knocked out, the friendly optometrist is nearby to lend a helping hand. :)

zen said...

Provocative people should take up martial art of self defence.

Victor said...

Haha. Zen, I thought that it should be meek people at risk of being attacked who should take up martial art or self defence, and not provocative people?

Disclaimer: This comment does not imply any of my readers are provocative.

zen said...

Chris - Not exactly, meek people usually know their limits, hence quite prudent. Ever heard of this saying: Trouble comes from one's mouth. Provocative fellows, usually loud mouths, say the wrong things, worse to the wrong guys, resulting in his body attracting full of ants'.

R2K said...

I also had to remove one due to spam.

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iPhone Apps Developer said...

Hey thanks for sharing, we also feel that cbox attract lots of unwanted spam as such we didn't feel comfortable placing it on our blog.

Medicine said...

Take the advice about martial arts!

Asep said...

thanks for this moment.....

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