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Not Sure If I’m Human Anymore

I was just putting a post on Craigslist and I am presented with this CAPTCHA which I really can’t see in any letters in. I wonder what the deal is?

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11 Responses to “Not Sure If I’m Human Anymore”

  1. anonymouse Says:

    HEAR, hear, hear

  2. nobody Says:

    It looks like an eye. Maybe you were supposed to enter “aneye”.

  3. Greg - CEO/Founder Says:

    The right word is “filed”, I ended up clicking “hear verification word”. I’m definately relieved that someone else can’t see the word either.

  4. anonymous Says:

    It’s symmetrical except for the radom dots. o_O


    All I see is an eye….

  5. Adrian Says:

    I find it mesmerizing, hyptnotic, I…I …. I can’t feel my arms

  6. Anonymous Says:

    It looks like ‘lol’, which is quite appropriate, but not long enough.

  7. amonymous Says:

    it’s the all seeing eye!!!

  8. Brian Shih Says:

    I got this one awhile ago… and there was no helpful voice pronounciation. I just curled up and cried.

  9. anonymous Says:

    I’m definitely not color-blind, there is no word there. Their font rendering must have broken.

  10. Leonardo Boiko Says:

    It reminds me of the logo o for the Brazilian televison network, Rede Bandeirantes. Maybe it’s some kind of conspiracy.

  11. Greg - CEO/Founder Says:


    Yours does look even worse. These things are generated programmatically so there’s always a possibility there could be a bug in the program. Or maybe it’s a polite way of telling people their server is overloaded ;-)

    When I read the update to your post, I was expecting it to say, “we debated having email invitations only to our site, but we decided to go with a broken CAPTCHA instead. Make people think we’re accepting everyone, but really accepting no one”