Tuesday, January 02, 2007

Comments changed

As I mentioned previously, as of now, into order to comment, you must register with Blogger and get a user name(s).

18 comments:

Anonymous said...

You go Scott!

Seminole Heights said...

That's funny. I guess the comments change did not stick. They work now.

Anonymous said...

what a load.

Flyer anon said...

Anonymous (Hey! I don't need to put a designating time now)
What a forward thinking thing to do. Bet you could sell it to one of the other anon posters that are too wimpy to sign up. I wonder how many ways I can misspell the word so as to lock up all of those also.

Anonymous said...

Why I reckon a person could spell it tons of ways.

Anonymous said...

Now...doesn't this appear useless.

Anonymous said...

Actually it just proves that folks will still comment, despite all the naysayers.

Anonymous said...

"I wonder how many ways I can misspell the word so as to lock up all of those also."

Good luck with that!!

Bloggerwife said...

What age group are we dealing with here? Now we have mous, mousse mouseeyes, must and 876987543231.

Anonymous said...

I could have locked a ton of em up and actually thought about it, but I went with being the original, not a copy or a discount version. First class anon, all the way!!!

Anonymous said...

Watch it Bloggerwife.......some of us could be old enough to be your,,,mothers,,,,,or fathers, or well hey, your very much older sibling!

Bloggerwife said...

I don't care how old you all are. You're totally entertaining! Anon, at my age I'm pleased to be anybody's younger relative.

ShaynaPunim said...

So far the moose and mousse are my favorite.

NewHeightsMag said...

I guess it should be noted that the number of replies to many postings has dropped quite significantly. Zero (0) in most cases.

NewHeightsMag said...

And it just hit me that most of those replies are by posters ... I'm not saying the "registration" thing is not working; I'm just pointing out an observation.

Flyer anon said...

You know they're still reading.
I bet I could start a thread that they'd all sign up to be able to post to.

IFly said...

Looking back over the past few days, I'd say that given the material of the posts, there doesn't appear to be a significant decrease in the amount of comments. Nothing too controversial or requiring responses.

IFly said...

I retract my above statement...I think it's safe to say there's been a decrease in comments. Not sure that's necessarily a bad thing however.