Back To Iraq introduces comment registration

Posted by Tim Ireland at November 17, 2005

Category: The Political Weblog Movement

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Back to Iraq – Abusive comments khaalas: Anyway, what I’m getting at is that you will no longer be allowed to comment unless you’ve registered with TypeKey. I tried this once before and it really cut down on the people leaving comments. I didn’t like it. But I feel the barrage of threats of death and violence against me and my family is too much. No one should have to put up with that. I’ve had friends die and be kidnapped; I’ve been shot at by all sides in this conflict. I frankly don’t need juvenile ranting cluttering my site and intruding on my thoughts. You folks who do this are finished. (Which is what khaalas means: “enough, finished, ended, done.”) It should also cut down on comment spam which is still a scourge that is difficult to combat.








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