If you agree with me, or “more better” if you disagree with me, please tell me, and explain your reasons why.
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You are welcome to briefly mention your product, website or political organization if it truly applies to a particular posting. If your website can provide additional, or more detailed, information on a topic discussed in a posting by all means tell me about it (I will personally check out the site before printing the comment) – but don’t send a blatant advertisement.
This posting sort of echoes the “comments on comments” in Trish McIntyre’s post “TANSTAAFL or It's My Blog, part III” at OUR TAXING TIMES. I wonder if we are both responding to the same comment. I also like the new (to me) acronym – check out her post to see what it means.