Scratches

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Ummm, isn't "about me" part of the point of the blog?

Thursday, July 09, 2009

Testing, testing, K, 'k?

I heard yesterday that a friend hasn't been coming to these premises because I hadn't been posting or answering his comments. Which was true, because I hadn't been receiving his comments.

All seems well with the settings here, so first, I'm reiterating the policy. If you comment, and it is not excessively snarky, it is literate, and if obscene at least applies creative obscenity, I'll post it. I may post comments of the other kind anyway, just to reply in kind, if I'm in that kind of mood.

Second, I know there are a few at least occasional readers out there. Kindly send me a comment, just so we can test this widget and make sure it's working. Send them over, say, the next week.

If there's something wrong, I can get snarky with blogger help.

6 Comments:

Blogger massmarrier said...

Oh, great and wondrous Uncle, I have been visiting and reading, but not commenting. I left half a dozen or so maybe a year ago. None appeared. I feared I was put in the corner as an overly political sort. I encourage all your readers to comment as your posts inspire them.

7:07 pm  
Blogger Uncle said...

The chronology is interesting, Watson. Somewhere around that time I was having a dispute with Blogger, which was suggesting I didn't have access to my own blog. Let's see what others have to say.

7:25 pm  
Blogger kad barma said...

C'mon, be daring--risk the Portuguese comment spam and just let it be a free-for-all. ;-)

7:50 pm  
Blogger crispix67 said...

I have no snarky comment to leave, all out of snarkiness today. LOL

8:10 pm  
Blogger malevolent andrea said...

No blog can be considered at its peak without Portuguese spammers in the comments. (I'm so proud of mine. ::tear::)

So, yeah...Do it! Do it! Free-for-all, baby! :-)

8:32 pm  
Blogger Uncle said...

I'll cut the Portuguese spammers some slack, but I may still draw the line at long-lost Nigerian relations.

10:47 pm  

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