describing the problem..

[I originally had this written as a comment in my other post, but I figured this was an easier way to respond back.]

The problem is that when I view another person's set, I am incapable of commenting or faving it. I press the button, however nothing happens. Furthermore, the scroll that usually shows 3 other sets that the member has recently made is not working. It is just a blank box. Also, I am incapable of saving items to my polycloset. This has been happening to a number of other members as well.

Some members have suggested for me to download Mozilla, because the problem only seems to occur for members who are using Internet Explorer. However, despite my love for polyvore, I'm not sure that I want to download a program just to be able to have Polyvore work properly.

This problem is recent. It has only happened to me for the past 2 or 3 days. The others days it was only temporary[for about 20 minutes or so] but it has not been working properly for me all day. I'm not sure if that helps, it's kind of hard to explain the problem..


polyvore hates me:[

Is it just me or is polyvore being rather gay? I can't give faves or comments. Plus, that little scroll bar where it shows more sets isn't showing up. It's really irritating. It's been happening a lot since the music thingy went up. I mean yeah, the music thing is cool; however, I'd rather have basic polyvore features working. If I can't fave a set, who cares if there's music on it? Grr! This is really irritating. Perhaps irritating is too strong of a word, it's idk.. peeving? o.O I'm not even sure if that's a word. Oh well, it's my blog and I can make things up if I want to so :P. Polyvore won't even let me make a set. There's nothing on TV, I read all of my mags, I can't find the books I just bought, and now polyvore's not working properly. I might as well just twiddle my thumbs and do a weird dance.

In other news, a teenager killed himself on a live web cam broadcast and no one did anything. Apparently some viewers even egged him on and laughed at him. Then again, let's be realistic here. Not to say that this isn't a very depressing and disturbing situation, but how where the online viewers supposed to know that he was serious? I've seen videos online of people pretending to do prank calls, or pretending to do a jack Daniel's version of the movie "Super size me." It's not as though the kid, who was college age, shot himself in the head. He overdosed on pills. For all the viewers knew, those were just candy. Yet the media wants to automatically point a finger at the depravity of our generation as the cause for this kids death. Like I said, it is very sad that it got to the point that he actually killed himself, and the police did not arrive soon enough. However, why isn't the kid to blame? Why is it automatically the viewers' fault? Idk, I'm rambling here.

Oh yeah, I was supposed to be doing a fashion blog. Hmm, perhaps I'll do that next week. I totally forgot about it..

Anyway.. byeeeeeeeeeee!



Yay my blog looks slightly cuter now! So it's slightly less embarrassing to write on it. So maybe I'll actually tell people the link to it. Yay! Wow, one day I'm really gonna have to stop being so damn sarcastic. It's a sickness people, I swear!

I decided that as of next monday, this will be a fashion blog. oOo la la.. I'll do a bunch of trends and maybe like a set of the day kinda thing. Yeah, also if I can rope anyone into doing an interview, then that'll be included as well. However, I doubt anyone will do it. Whatever. The point is, I'll actually be posting here from now on. I've even added it into my to-do list of necessary things to do each day. I've realized that I've become really ADD and can't keep my mind focused on anything, or finish anything. So, my remedy is a fashion blog. And yes I know that it kinda sounds like a weird way to solve it but it's the only thing I could think of.

Yay me!