My patience is running out on the open-door policy in the comments section.
After seven months of tolerating hatred and abuse, I am appreciating the argument that allowing anyone to leave any comment can be extremely disruptive.
I am this close to allowing only registered users to leave comments.
At least this way we would have a better idea who these courageous defenders of freedom and justice are :o)
But seriously, what do you think?
Give me a good reason why I should not feel guilty about closing the door on abusers? Don't they have rights too? What happened to my original position that basically all speech is ok? Help me out here... :o)
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