User talk:Hopiakuta

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[edit] « Login error: Incorrect or missing confirmation code. »

Please, how could I possibly do that? I do not see any such code, nor do I see an input box.

I do not actually know « What is the first name of the writer of the webcomic this wiki is about? ». & spellcheck is telling me that « webcomic » is not a conjoined word, which would be silly.

I am here by way of Chris Hayes, msnbc.

Please do assist this ignoramus to register, so that I can write many more ignorant comments.

Thank You,

67.49.15.12 15:31, 20 June 2013 (UTC)

It has taken a few hours; but, explainxkcd has finally accepted me. I do not yet know « What is the first name of the writer of the webcomic this wiki is about? ».

  • « The art of letter-writing is fast dying out. When a letter cost nine pence, it seemed but fair to try to make it worth nine pence ... Now, however, we think we are too busy for such old-fashioned correspondence. We fire off a multitude of rapid and short notes, instead of sitting down to have a good talk over a real sheet of paper. » 1871.
  • « The age of leisure is dead, and the art of conversation is dying. A craving for literary nips. There never was an age in which so many people were able to write badly. » 1890.
  • « People talk as they ride bicycles–at a rush–without pausing to consider their surroundings the profession of letters is so little understood, tendency among the children of today to rebel against restraint. » 1905.


My machine crashes | freezes so much that my score does not last very long. < http://geoguessr.com >.

Thank You,

hopiakuta DonFphrnqTaub Persina hopiakuta (talk) 17:10, 20 June 2013 (UTC)

First: Check your links with the preview button, nearly all are not working (red color does show this).
Second: @IP: Check if JavaScript is enabled at your Browser, don't use a Browser from last century... it's just on your site.
Third: @Hopiakuta: I simply do not understand.--Dgbrt (talk) 18:52, 20 June 2013 (UTC)
Please explain captcha riddles, like:


  • « What is the first name of the writer of the webcomic this wiki is about? ».


  • Why did it block me for a long time with?: « Login error: Incorrect or missing confirmation code. »?


  • Obviously, I am now registered; but, why had I been blocked out for an extended period? Also, hopiakuta is a screenname that I often register; DonFphrnqTaub Persina is my name, my full name, actual name, true name. If I add redirects, it is good or bad or neutral?
Thank You, hopiakuta DonFphrnqTaub Persina hopiakuta (talk) 19:19, 20 June 2013 (UTC)
I did edit your chaos and I'm asking you stop this. All your links are still crap and not working (READ my previous reply)! Do not shout here but ask just a simple question. I will help.--Dgbrt (talk) 20:10, 20 June 2013 (UTC)


  • I do interpret that as an attack & insult; though you likely do not.
  • I do not know where I have insulted you. I am sorry for not comprehending explainxkcd.


  • More than twenty years ago I had been taught the netiquette that CAPITAL LETTERs shout; also explanation points shout!!!! I have done neither.
  • Please teach me your explainxkcd culture; I am ignorant, as I have said. I AM IGNORANT. Well, capitals for that.


  • If you do not like the way that I phrase my questions, then credit my emotional disability, as well as my physical disability.


  • If you want this to be my final message, I would try to comply.


  • I am sorry for being whatever it is that is wrong.


  • If you are reading this, then Thank You for doing so.


hopiakuta DonFphrnqTaub Persina hopiakuta (talk) 22:50, 20 June 2013 (UTC)


Whoah, waitaminute. You say you are here by way of msnbc. Does that mean we were mentioned there? Can you give a link? Davidy²²[talk] 01:57, 21 June 2013 (UTC)

[edit] Davidy²²[talk]

All of the 1227 stuff is from the on air version of Chris Hayes' « All In » show. I have never attempted to locate any of it via any of their websites. I had begun writing on Thursday; so, it would have to be the Wednesday, nineteenth, juneteenth [ emancipation announcement day ], edition.

He did not read the entirety of each paragraph; but, he did mention all three 1227 quotes. He did have « explain xkcd » on screen, which is why when I had websearched, I had recognized that the correct webpage result had come up.

A month & a few days earlier he had gone the geoguessr route; so, I do find it odd that that is also here. The geoguessr software needs work, in my opinion. Well, virtually all software & hardware do need work.

I had begun with « Login error: Incorrect or missing confirmation code. » & I do not actually know « What is the first name of the writer of the webcomic this wiki is about? ». & spellcheck is telling me that « webcomic » is not a conjoined word, which would be silly.

explain_xkcd says « explain xkcd was originally a blog, created in July 2009 by Mike and mostly written by Jeff, who posted explanations of xkcd comics, occasionally helped by his friend Berg and by Mike. » However, I do infer that that is not the answer.

1227 does mean something, as I am of Sunday, twenty seventh, December, 1959. That horrific moment would be meaningless to most of you.

Chris had had « Up », then « All In »; what does that resemble? Hm.

Thank You,

hopiakuta DonFphrnqTaub Persina hopiakuta (talk) 09:00, 21 June 2013 (UTC)

If you did not know of the msnbc mention, then maybe you could issue a plea for your msnbc employee lurker to reveal which webpage is which.

Or not.

hopiakuta DonFphrnqTaub Persina hopiakuta (talk) 09:30, 21 June 2013 (UTC)

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