this concludes our test of the anonymous poster system

I think in the last two weeks or so, I've unscreened about 1/3 of the anonymous posts here; the rest were mostly worthless, though a few were merely boring. But today I got spammed by some all-caps dipshit saying "CHECK OUT MY CRAPPY HOUSE MUSIC PORTAL" or something (forgive me for not taking the time to investigate it thoroughly, but it did not appear to be a joke.) So, goodbye Anonymous Masses. It's been swell, but the swelling's gone down.

So if you want to post here, go get yourself an LJ invite code. I have a bunch, but if you want one of mine and I don't know you, I'll first be needing you to send me 100 words explaining how you are funny and clever and not at all a dumbass.

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9 Responses:

  1. thealien says:

    ...those who want to get into livejournal can always get a paid account. It might not be an option for everyone, but I think it's worth what I pay for it.

    • injector says:

      I actually paid to post to jwz's LJ. Of course in practice I've done it less than a dozen times. But I have come to throughly enjoy the whole LJ community. I am happy to support it with a small outlaying of cash.

      I've never enabled anonymous posting in my journal and I don't even have throngs of people vying for my attention.

  2. pjammer says:


    Now what's the application process to be added to your friends list? ;)

    I try to post infrequently and be an unobtrusive presence on others' friends pages. Not sure if that's enough, but I thought I'd at least give it a shot. :)