Another work around to the 1 comment rule...  

mi_mwpm 51M
1175 posts
5/14/2005 9:18 am

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3/5/2006 9:27 pm

Another work around to the 1 comment rule...

Eureka! I think I have it.

Instead of creating separate posts to respond to other comments, which totally destroys the flow, we can keep adding to our original comment. How, you ask? Copy the original, delete it, then copy that into a new comment and add the new content.

Off to test this....

Never mind. THEY won't let me post the second comment even after the first has been deleted. Mood shifts from enthusiatic to devastated.


mnfun952 102M

5/14/2005 7:34 pm

definitely a good theory... I'm sure there are other Adult 'Finder' sites out there that would love to have us..the WHOLE team as their blogging force...

We'll have to send our literary agents out to see if we can get something happening.


BLONDENEEDSSEX 57F

5/15/2005 1:19 am

While researching the very thing mnfun952 just mentioned I have already found a site that has an adulto section, humor section, poetry section, etc, etc and as far as I can tell they do not supress you and it`s .free


rm_koocnachtiek 60M
377 posts
5/15/2005 10:46 am

Somehow I have the feeling that this will be a shortlived problem and freedom to comment will return to BlogLand in the very near future.

Is this just another trick by keithcancook
to get his text on television?


expatbrit49 62M

5/15/2005 3:45 pm

Ata a boy Brian "allways look on the bright side of life"

for the non Life of Brian buffs....sorry[i/]

Thank You for Your Time and Attention


rockwriter58 56M
1389 posts
5/15/2005 5:49 pm

Another absurdity: if I post and make a mistake, no way to correct it with an additional post.

So, excuse me for the mis-spelling/typo in the next post. I meant life and blogs unfold at their own pace. However, the mis-spelling created an interesting malaprop.

(And just an aside... sorry to duck out of the chatroom so fast last night... but I had a very limited time to post my small part of the revolt on my blog. Whizzing in and out was a bit rude, but I wanted to say "hi" to the assembled.)


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