Wednesday, May 09, 2007

Comments eaten

Blogger is apparently eating comments in the moderation queue. If you're not the troll, and your comment doesn't appear, Blogger has eaten it, I haven't deleted it. Hopefully my pernicious troll will find another bridge soon and I can go back to having open comments.


  1. I've just taken to having a "comments notification" email address and shooting over to delete anything that gets posted that I don't deem appropriate. Which has usually been spam; I don't attract full-blown whackaloons usually.

  2. Yes, I switch back and forth from time to time. I put on Comment moderation so Mr. P wouldn't get the satisfying feedback of seeing his comment appear even for a short time.


Please pick a handle or moniker for your comment. It's much easier to address someone by a name or pseudonym than simply "hey you". I have the option of requiring a "hard" identity, but I don't want to turn that on... yet.

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See the Debate Flowchart for some basic rules.

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I will respond or not respond to comments as the mood takes me. See my latest comment policy for details. I am not a pseudonomous-American: my real name is Larry.

Comments may be moderated from time to time. When I do moderate comments, anonymous comments are far more likely to be rejected.

I've already answered some typical comments.

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