by Michael S. Kaplan, published on 2005/04/14 17:21 -04:00, original URI: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/michkap/archive/2005/04/14/408239.aspx
My friend Cathy politely asked me the other day why no one was making comments on my blog anymore.
Since I had been accepting comments daily, I respectfully pointed out that they were not actually paying attention -- there were comments aplenty!
She respectfully pointed out that my blog's home page had plenty of  comments notations on it. And I'll be damned if she wasn't right!
I did at that point respectfully point out if she clicked on the links (which was likely possible for her) then she would see the comments.
She politely suggested what I could do at that point....
Anyone who knew me or more to the point her would know that my use of the words "politely" or "respectfully" above is utter crap -- we have a vigorously dynamic sort of relaionship! :-)
Anyway, be sure to ignore the
at the bottom of the post. Close your eyes, trust in your feelings, and use the force to guide you to where people talk about either how on track or on crack I am1.
1 - I have to give credit to Chris Bryant, a Development Lead on the Access team, for first introducing this delightful scoring system, initially applied to describing a spec provided by Program Management. It is useful in so many areas. :-)
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