I love comments. (Who doesn’t?)
jumped aboard this train to Crazy Town started this blog, I began using Haloscan to host my comments. I liked them better than Blogger. (Please don’t tell Blogger.) (Blogger, in case you’re reading, I love you!)
And Haloscan did right by me. Haloscan and I were homies. BFFs, if you will. Brothers from another mother.
Okay, I apologize. It’s late and I’m tired and have worries of cake on the brain.
Recently, Haloscan was bought out or killed off (I’m not really sure which) by another company. What I do know? This new server, some new guy by the name of JS-Kit (whoever he is, she said with disgust), has taken over and, well, it has to be said. He sucks. I don’t like him. He and I? Nowhere near homies.
I’ve tried to adjust, but finally, on this cold and lonely night (morning?), I’ve decided I can stand no more.
I’ve switched back to good ol’ trustworthy Blogger.
What this means, though… what has me in tears… all my old comments? No longer visible.
Sure, I can log into stupid JS-Kiss-my-ass and read them, play with them, roll around on the floor with them, but it’s not the same. I miss my comments. I want to cry.
I’ll go to bed with a bowl of ice cream instead, but please know this:
I love you and your comments.