This is one of the most common road signs you can see here in Spain. It seems that there are men "at work" everywhere, and you either have to weave your way through all the obstacles in your path, or take a very long detour.
My blog feels kind of like one of the innumerable public works we have around here, always changing, always under construction. The only difference is that here there aren't three guys watching while one works. It's just little old me all by myself. This is at least the third time I've changed my template in the past year, and I won't promise it'll be the last.
Template hacking is almost as addicting as chocolate, and it doesn't make you fat.
The first time I looked into my blog's code, it could well have been written in Chinese for all I knew. The only programming I had ever done before that was in BASIC. In high school I actually got a computer to print my name in diagonal across the screen, and then I saved my astonishing work...on a cassette tape. So, from that you can deduce just how old I am.
The days of BASIC and cassette tapes are long gone (thank God) and this stuff is slightly more confusing, but I couldn't resist experimenting. And it looks like I managed to do something better than print my name. I'm sure all those programming people, like Diesel, would pobably look at my patched up template and either laugh their heads off, or throw their hands up in horror at how I've slaughtered the code. But I don't care, since I got it to do more or less what I want...at least in Firefox.
So, if you see anything weird, it has nothing to do with whatever you've been smoking and there's probably nothing wrong with your computer. Just blame it on my inexperienced hacking. But do me a favor and leave me a comment if you do see anything that's not quite right, so I can go bug some of my programming friends to help me fix it.