Your comments are no longer being dumped!

Right from the inception of Undead Backbrain, I’d been having trouble with the comment function. It seemed to be treating many legit messages as spam, sometimes burying comments so deep in the cyber-dump, I couldn’t bring them back from the dead. Then a few people whose messages hadn’t even made it through to the spam-filter informed me by email that the Backbrain wouldn’t accept their comments at all. The type-the-code function in particular was problematic. Well, I fiddled and now things seem to be working.

So comment to your black heart’s delight, Backbrain Invaders! Your messages will only be censored if you’re a spammer — or intolerably obnoxious.

Note: Sometimes there will be a delay as I have retained the manual approval of messages (for fear of being inundated by spam), but the delay shouldn’t be too long. If your comment doesn’t appear after a day or so, feel free to email me. (If you don’t know my email address, go to my website and find it.)

One other thing: if you’re receiving my posts via LJ syndication and wish to reply to one of them, can you please do so by going to the actual site? If you reply through LJ, your comment won’t come up on the blog, I won’t receive notice of it, and I will only see it if I remember to check the LJ feed.

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5 Responses to Your comments are no longer being dumped!

  1. David C says:

    What about tolerably obnoxious?

  2. Backbrain says:

    Sure, that’s fine, David. You gonna have a go at it?

  3. Todd says:

    Oh goody….looks like there is hope for me too, then!


  4. Backbrain says:

    We don’t discriminate against mutants, monster-makers or even residents of Alabama around here, Todd! All are welcome!

  5. Todd says:

    Nah, only COOL Daikaiju-loving residents of Alabama are welcome here;0)

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