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gitreflog
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Okay, Google. I can see why you want me to check those boxes with cars. And I'm also fine with you telling me to do it on a different picture if the first one didnt had any, just to check. But WHAT I AM FUCKING NOT OKAY WITH, IS ME SOLVING CAPTCHAS FOR 10 FUCKING MINUTES REPETEDLY SAYING PLEASE TRY AGAIN AND THEN TELLING ME THAT I AM NOT EVEN ABLE TO TRY AGAIN BECAUSE OF AN DETECTED ATTEMPT OF BOTTING? WHO ARE YOU? AN AI QUESTONING MY HUMAN IDENTITY? JUST BECAUSE IM USING LINUX YOU DECIDE TO GIVE ME ANOTHER NOTHERFUCKING BATCH OF STREET SIGNS? YOU CAN STICK THOSE STREET SIGNS UP YOUR ASS! FUCK OFF!

tl;dr: i got banned from solving recaptchas the second time this week. lets hope its just *another* timeout.

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  • 3
    Just check if someone in your network is doing something fishy. For me I don't even see the captcha picker. It automatically checks for me. But there was one time someone in my LAN was a tor node and I got so tired of captchas I asked my ISP to assign me a private ip and not use this ip for anyone else. They charged for it but now it's amazing.
  • 2
    @shahidcodes sadly not. i literally boot up windows and have the same experience..
  • 0
    @gitreflog is your ip static? I meant not your own local network but the ISP. Now a days ISPs are using one IP for bunch of people. If it's a static wan IP connection plug the cable in your computer and scan the subnet.
  • 0
    Yeah, definitely atypical. Otherwise it's time to check out what IPs your VPN is assigning you...
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