I live in Chicago and I'm nuts.
I like games, women, tits, vagina, porn, and tits. Oh, I forgot to say I like tits. So, if you're going to be a cuntloaf about nudity on Tumblr, then you're blogging on the wrong site. Nice to meet you. Now, take off your clothes and cough.
Feel free to ask me random things or maybe submit something.
So, I’m scrolling through the dashboard on the tumblr app and I saw something odd.
I saw a “sponsored” post from Pepsi.
Me no likey.
So, I installed this Babblr chat thing.
No one else has it but, it is a bit slow at logging in and it never keeps you logged in. I’m still trying to give it a chance because it does look promising.
When will Tumblr fix the god damn video player?
Dude… I only made that Tamako Market post yesterday and it’s already at 4,000+. The Pet Girl porn one hit 4,000+ over so many days.
Why when Tumblr make/update their apps, they always leave out the inbox (asks/submissions)?
Just sometimes I wish Tumblr would give us a warning or a heads up if they plan to add/remove things on the site. You know, like how they have a thing at top of the page when they plan site maintenance?
Nope. They are like:
“We changed something. Fuck you.”
I wish Tumblr would allow you to edit a tag without removing it in case you make a mistake.
As already said before (and before and before) - I’m sick and tired of companies changing the rules and APIs and forcing those who helped making their service big and successful to either comply or to die.
Well, I chose to die.
As of today myTumblr does not work anymore and I was not granted access to their new API because they changed the rules afterwards.
I’m sorry that the App no longer works for you as it did for years before without any trouble. There can’t and won’t be an update. Sorry.
I know it sucks and because I myself hate being forced to use the crappy web interface to blog (for any service) - I’m also searching for option to migrate this tumblog into my own weblog engine. This may take a while but I don’t like to be treated that why from companies.
I still like the idea of Tumblr and I understand why they act like they act and for new and unestablished Apps I don’t have a single problem with it - but for old (or the first Apps) it doesn’t have to be this way. Or better: it shouldn’t.
It was fun and now it’s over…