This is the second warning for those who come here to talk (among themselves I suppose) about totally off-topic issues endlessly. If this continues, I will spend time deleting these comments.
In addition to what I've already said in the October 19 post, I may add:
The comment section is not the place to advertise. Google's SPAM filter often fails miserably, letting in the spammers and deleting legit comments, but I can and I will filter out comments with links to external commercial sites and sites of questionable quality, as I see fit.
In case some of the readers haven't figured out, there are certain things you need to know.
First, this is my personal blog, not a public, free-topic forum. I haven't actively censored the comments (except for whatever Google decides to put in the SPAM folder, which is a real pain), but I can, and I will if the current situation continues.
What is the current situation as I see it?
Totally off-topic (i.e. unrelated to the post that the comment section is attached to) comments on religions, personal attacks or ridicules on posters who some readers don't agree with;
And these comments just keep going on and on.
I have kept the comment section of the blog open, so that people can share information, opinions and ideas RELATING TO the on-going nuclear crisis in Japan and the posts that I write. I welcome criticism to the posts, as well as criticism on other posters that you may disagree with, in a civil way.
However, I do not tolerate persistent personal attacks, and comments on religions that have very little to do with the posts or this blog which has been covering the events in Japan since March 11.
If the current situation continues, I will start actively removing the posts that I believe may be discouraging other people from posting comments and information by totally crowding out others.