I am not a bot and that is why I can blog, share a definition of “bot” in this post …
… and find this online:
Even though I am not a bot, somebody on Twitter reported me as a bot, which I found abot as pleasant as botulism:
I am not a bot, so I noticed the discrepancy between “I suspect she is a bot” and “I have no intention of hurting her feelings.” I also read the referred-to letter from Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal about spotting bots and it was clear from that, too, that I am not a bot, so I blocked that person on Twitter who reported me.
Yesterday, I tweeted this:
People said I could prove that I was not a bot by blocking someone or also by tweeting a photo of myself holding up two fingers, so — again — I am not a bot.
In case you have any remaining doubt about whether I am not a bot, I ask you this: could a bot travel from Boston to the Pacific Northwest and share all these images?
I am not a bot, so I can recognize that the Daily Bitch is uncharacteristically not being a bitch today. Also, I can’t bike to work on National Bike to Work Day because (1) I don’t have a bike and (2) I’m on vacation thousands of miles away from work.
Here is what I find when I search for “I am not a bot” on YouTube:
I am not a bot, so I can express gratitude to all others who are not a bot, including YOU.