I'm glad they told me, otherwise I probably NEVER would have known.
My uneducated guess is that the broken comments is in some way related to the fact that the entire blog was recently broken.
I suppose my brilliant web mechanics had to sacrifice something in order to get the blog to appear again.
If so, they shouldn't worry, I totally relate. According to Ikea's furniture building instructions, one always had to have NO EXTRA parts or screws leftover when one had finished assembling whatever it was that one had put (or tried putting... remember this?) together.
And of course, without fail, I always had a whole toolbox worth of miniature screws, nuts, bolts and brackets leftover when I was done assembling an Ikea desk, chair, bed or bookshelf. It was enough to drive me so nuts until I finally felt as if I was the one who had a screw loose. But since the furniture always ended up looking more or less like it did on the picture - even though mine DID look and feel a bit more wobbly and skew - I finally figured that those unused screws, nuts, bolts and brackets were obviously just there for show, only serving to make an amateur furniture builder like myself feel Important.
In the same way, my web mechanics probably figured that the unused comments section on this blog was only here for show, only serving to make an obscure blogger like myself feel Important.
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