I love to get comments on my blog posts. It’s interesting to see what perspective others have on my ramblings, and I appreciate the time y’all take to let me know.
And you know what else is interesting? WHEN THE COMMENTS ACTUALLY PERTAIN TO THE POST! And by “pertain” I mean have anything remotely to do with the words I have typed.
I would even consider a comment to be pertinent if it is related in any way to any of the 769 posts I have written in the past 27 months, which, by the way, does not include money our government has or has not paid to the nation of Israel.
If you are going to leave a comment that starts out, “Neat blog,” and then proceeds to be an advertisement for your li’l internet bidness, it would be lovely if you knew what my “neat blog” was even about. When you write, “If you have ever written a post about saving money…” I’m guessing you haven’t noticed that I have an entire category in my archives with “Frugal” in the title.
To sum up: If you notice that a comment has been deleted, it may be because
- *It had nothing to do with anything at all relating to Smockity or Frocks.
- *It was a lengthy exposition about how the U.S. relates to the nation of Israel.
- *All of the above.
Thank you and we hope you have enjoyed flying with Smockity Frocks.