Many, many websites that I visit now have little “tests” that they put you through before you are allowed to comment on or forward an article. You know the kind: you’re asked to type in the “word” that you see on the screen. My problem is that, when told to look for a word, my mind makes sure I find a word–a real one! I don’t care if the letters on the screen spell “smark”; I’m going to substitute “snark.” I used to do this when I was a legal secretary, too. My attorneys would say what sounded like gibberish and I, listening dutifully to the dictaphone, would fill in similar-sounding English words that made sense. Turns out their “gibberish” was actually Latin, but how was I supposed to know?