It appears to be Opposite Week at TypePad, the publisher of this blog: the spam filter has been trapping legitimate comments and allowing hundreds of spam comments to pass through. As a result, I’ve missed a couple of legitimate comments. I’ve combed through the dross and hope I’ve located all the gold; if I’ve missed your comment, please let me know.
Meanwhile, I’ve added another level of security: the annoying but useful verification code. Please don’t let it deter you from leaving a comment; I promise I’ll loosen the reins when TypePad fixes the problem.
For your amusement, here are some of the choicest spam comments that reached my in-box:
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