What does the “captcha” really say?

I just went through this a few minutes ago in order to post a comment on Fr. Blake’s blog.  I couldn’t read that captcha image.

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10 Responses to What does the “captcha” really say?

  1. bruno says:

    Father;

    I had the same problem. After about ten tries I email Father Ray. He replied with “sorry”. I guess there is nothing that can be done about it?

    bruno

  2. No, that is not Fr. Blake’s fault. It is the way Blogger is set up. This is not really a big problem, of course. It just took an extra minute.

  3. bruno says:

    I didn’t mean to be misleading; I know it is not Fr. Blake’s fault.

    bruno

  4. techne says:

    I’ve had to hit refresh numerous times to get one I can actually read.

  5. Charivari Rob says:

    Tempted to start using this captcha that the Curt Jester uses, Father?

    http://www.splendoroftruth.com/curtjester/2010/11/condom-follow-up/#comments

  6. Esther says:

    If you click on the person-in-a-wheelchair icon, it will play an audio file of the letters being read out.

    However, this is no use if your computer has no speakers, or you’re deaf.

    I LOATHE CAPTCHA.

  7. bruno says:

    “If you click on the person-in-a-wheelchair icon, it will play an audio file of the letters being read out.”

    Neat!

    bruno

  8. kat says:

    THAT is funny! Even though I hate that word, I cracked up at this!

  9. Mashenka says:

    Never fear…. Vincenzo’s on the case!