Hey Readers! WordPress does a cool thing and helps protect my blog from spam showing up in my post comments. But I got to thinking, as I usually do. These people are probably just trying to drum up business and traffic to their websites. So why not help them out? Yeah, so they pretended to care about what I was writing about. Oh well. Maybe they’re trying to take shortcuts. Why don’t we just help them out? So here they are – the commenters and their websites. Make sure you visit their sites, too.
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