Yes, I know that the site layout is screwy and I’m getting an error code from one of the plug-ins. No clue why, since I haven’t done anything to the templates or plug-ins.
I’ve sent a note to my tech guy and awaiting the appropriate application of magic.
Update (2126): All’s fixed now,
either by Mark Jaquith or by HostingMatters.
It’s probably not anything you’ve done. The MySQL database that serves as the back-end for your blog is unhappy; looks like the index is screwed up, and needs the local DB person to repair that particular table.
Right you are, Jeff. I’ve seen that happen before. In this case, I just dropped the table. It’s an expendable table that stores a log of spammers that are blocked, in case a legit user is ever blocked.