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Mick, the clear favorite, is able to post comments...

Actually, very often not. But I thought it was this stupid library where pages take minutes to load when you can get them to load at all. If it's a Typepad glitch, that could be one less thing on my library shitlist, which is kinda long. (Starts with using an MS OS & browser - Vista is a dog and Explorer is still sooooo bad - and goes downhill from there.)

BTW, the comments thing seems to be tied to the sign-in thing, where even when I'm signed in it won't print my comment til I sign in. (Mark's had the same problem.) You might try eliminating the requirement for registration before commenting. It's not like we ever get inundated or something.

I'll do that! If we get innudated or something, it's on you, bud.

I presume that's you, Rob. If you do that, you have to fill out the form or there's no signature. (At least you can comment now.)

More glitches. I filled out the name/address thingy and it didn't show up. Now we'll have to ask people to sign their names in the body of the comment like so.


this is so fucked.

Dear Mick this is so fucked,

I would ask you to remember that Rome was not built nor burned in a day. I still have plenty of matches. Try it now - I think you were commenting while I was changing settings.


No, you're right, this does seem to be way so fucked. I'll send a petition to the Typepad gods and goddesses.

I would ask you to remember that Rome was not built nor burned in a day. I still have plenty of matches.

So how many days - and matches - did it take? (Can't smell any smoke yet....)


Oh look! My name showed up! Light another match.

It was the power of prayer.


Now it tells me my comment is posted. Except it wasn't.

I'm not sure but I think this is worse than before.



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