Not sure who this is that is attempting to hack into my blog so desperately, but seriously, time for a new hobby:
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The thing that makes me crazy is, what does this really get them? I mean, OK, you might be able to control the blog and put up some stupid political comment or a spambot, but I’m actively engaged with the thing. I update it regularly. I’m going to notice pretty darned shortly and then use my ability of accessing the hosting company to get you kicked back out and a restore run.
The time you’re putting into this can’t possibly be worth the return. Not to mention, I’m not exactly Instapundit.com here with my blogging. There aren’t millions of people per day looking at this place. The six or seven hours of use you might get out of the blog (last time I was hacked was less than that and I was flying at the time) will only net you a couple of thousand hits.
Please, take up another hobby. I’m looking at getting into HAM radio after I finish my current round of books. Why don’t you do the same. We can talk instead of you attempting to make a mess of my blog. Sound fair?