Some comments are not shown and there's a reason for that.
The comment policy here is simple: identify yourself and the comments will be live.
Every time you comment you must enter your name and e-mail address (with optional URL, great for some Google juice). You will automatically receive an e-mail with a special link. Click on that link and your comment will automagically appear.
Your e-mail address is not shown, and it's only used for this confirmation.
Why is this? First to prevent spam in the blog comments. Next because I don't want to go through the comment moderation routine, which would be needed to prevent spam if the e-mail authentication wasn't in place.
If you have something to say, show your face. I am not here to read diatribes from people who hide behind fake e-mail addresses.
Yes, I can see the non-authenticated comments, but in principle I won't approve those because I don't want to give voice to people who rather remain in the shadows while posting their unjustified criticism to the world to read.
It's interesting how some posting a comment here can't do something as simple as follow the rules by entering a valid e-mail address, but at the same time try to appear as righteous?
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