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19 March 2007 @ 10:23 am
Just a quick note:

If you comment on anything anonymously here (i.e., not logged into LiveJournal), I'd appreciate it if you could sign your name. I generally have had a policy where I didn't unscreen comments that weren't signed, but lately I haven't been enforcing that at all, partly because I know a lot of people I know who don't have LJ accounts are reading this, as I've given out the URL to, well, everyone, it seems like (I suspect there are some people I don't know reading this too, which is fine, of course -- sometimes even when people sign things, I'm not sure if I know them or not, or which person with a given name they might be).

I do encourage anyone reading this who plans to comment to get an LJ account, though. It's easy enough to do, and you certainly wouldn't be the first person to get an account just to read and comment on someone else's blog. It has several advantages, like email notifications when you get a reply to your comment, and if you read more than one journal, it's also convenient for reading them together (on the friends page). Also, it makes things ever so slightly easier for me, since I don't have to unscreen your comments (which also means you can see what you posted immediately -- I might not read the comment a day or two, after all).

Anyway, I thought now was a good time to mention that. So, whether or not you have an LJ account, whether or not you plan to get one, whether or not I know you, welcome to my journal. よろしく。
(Anonymous) on March 19th, 2007 07:28 pm (UTC)
Bwa ha haaaagh! I decline to identify myself. Rather, it is you who must identify me by a series of clues, each more fiendish than the last.
Douglas Triggs: gir likes squirrelsdoubt72 on March 19th, 2007 10:31 pm (UTC)
Okay, I'll play along, but you got to give me some clues to work with. :-P

I don't the IP helps, because (1) I'm not sure I know anyone in Los Angeles, and (2) I'm not sure that the location is accurate.
(Anonymous) on March 20th, 2007 02:10 pm (UTC)
Let that be your first clue: a person who might or might not be in Southern California sometimes, and might or might not be other places at other times.
Douglas Triggs: zombie jesusdoubt72 on March 21st, 2007 12:08 am (UTC)
I think I need more, because that doesn't really ring any bells.