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June 01, 2005

Quick Note About Comments and New Months

I've noticed that the moderating widget I use for comments will block posts at the beginning of the month until I approve them manually (thus resetting the comments for each entry). So if you post and don't immediately see your comment, don't panic. I'll approve it sometime reasonably quickly.

Posted by john at June 1, 2005 01:31 AM

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Bill Peschel | June 1, 2005 01:00 PM

And thank you for catching the double post in time. I wondered what was going on.

bmorris | June 6, 2005 03:24 PM

Just got and read your "old man's war". It is refreshing to get a work about war and struggle and actually get to read about war and struggle. I say that because (get ready to duck) many new SF novels out today less the types penned by Ringo and Drake are romantic types seeking questions and answers of love and feeling unfound rather than down and dirty - killing and the usual chaos of actual war.

How about a follow on novel dealing with the old man and his war

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