Sunday, November 14, 2010

Gaydar! Gaydar! This is only a test!

How the warning functions.
For instance, I may be writing something about a situation or a statement involving - say a high ranking official or controversial institution, and within the body of the text I will highlight a word or a name in red for the reader to click on and which will immediately direct their browser to the warning sound.  I won't have to say anything directly and sensitive readers will not be offended.  For example:

"Fans of Rip Taylor love to wear prints - prints never go out of style."

FYI:  In the above example, I demonstrate the use of a name as well as another key word to direct readers to the warning sound.  I apologize that my technical skills are rather primitive, I would love to be able to have the sound effect immediately sound upon clicking, without being directed to another site where you have to click again, but I'm consulting with specialists from Big Bang Theory to update the system.  For now, this will have to do.


  1. +JMJ+

    Good luck with that, mate!

    *said with fake--and bad--Kiwi accent*

  2. LOL! You know I'm nuts.

  3. This is a good idea, Terry, but you should have used this for the alert.

  4. ROFLOL! The Producers! I should have.

  5. LeoRufus and ChakaKhan8:39 AM

    Good luck trying to teach "gaydar", it will be like Anne Sullivan trying to teach Helene Keller to speak, you Miracle Worker you, Terrance.

    How to communicate that je ne sais quois of a certain import and significance, a semiotic in electronic communication, the gay academic language theorists at Princeton may be all a-Twitter about this one. Maybe a consultation with <a href=">Camille Paglia</a> is in order.

  6. LeoRufus8:45 AM

    I hate it when I fail to close my HTML code

    Camille Paglia


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