Yes, my comments are borked

Something is wrong with my site. Comments appear to be totally screwed up. This situation started on Friday, and I informed Scienceblogs Central of this. Since then I've been off the internet, wandering through the wilderness in the Great American Southwest. The tech people are aware of this, but I have not heard any details of when it may be fixed.

My posts are still coming out as scheduled, apparently, but comments go into the Twilight Zone. Sorry about that.

I have a few suggestions: Comment over here, on my old blog:


Just don't comment for a while


Seriously think about never trying to use Movable Type as your blogging platform. I've seen far more strange problems like this with Movable Type than I have seen with Wordpress. Wordpress rules.

Thank you very much


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