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Monday, July 25, 2005

By popular demand

Many of you have been wondering why there is no comment section with most of my postings. After much debate, I've decided to open the comment section and we'll see how it goes.

It's not that I don't care about your opinion but the reason I've been hesitant on opening comments in the first place is because I REALLY HATE TROLLS!!! A healthy debate is one thing but trolls do nothing but annoy me and believe me, I will ban any trolls who post on my site (with haloscan, I can ban you from my site forever so you've been warned).

I've opened the comment section starting with by previous posting on the DeStefano interview on Face the State (was I the only person who thought Al Terzi was over the top). Check out my post and add to the discussion and if you missed the interview, I'll have the video very soon.