Commander Benson

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  • Doctor Hmmm?

    Commander:

    Just bopping around the Board this morning, I ran across a comment you made to Philip Portelli earlier this month:

    Sometimes I wonder if anybody ever reads my stuff, so it's always nice when I get a comment or a "like".

    Made me feel a teensy bit guilty (not that you intended that).  I don't read every word on every thread, but I always read what you have to say in any thread I'm in, and I'm more likely to peek in on a new thread if I see you've posted there.  And I always read the Deck Log.

    Your comments and articles are consistently well researched, well written, interesting and (when thats your goal) entertaining.  Since most of my available Board time is at the office (SHHH, don't tell anybody!) I don't often post unless I have something to say -- which, most of the time, means I have something silly to say -- but I am reading and enjoying.

    Oh ... and "color" doesn't have a "u" in it. :)

    Darin

  • Rob Staeger (Grodd Mod)

    Commander, I'm not sure what's going on; I've approved your Archive Deck Log Entry #37 twice now, and it hasn't shown up on the front page either time. I'm going to discuss it with the other mods; I might be doing something wrong. But I'm not sure how, exactly, I can screw up hitting "Approve."

    But if you don't see it, and put it up again, I'm going to let one of the other mods approve it, and see if I can learn what, if anything, I'm missing here. Sorry for the delay!

    P.S. I'm going to send this on to you as an individual message, too, so you don't miss it, but I've got to "friend" you first.

  • Rob Staeger (Grodd Mod)

    Ah, that makes sense. I've seen some unfinished blog entries from Figs that said in caps at the top, "JUST A DRAFT, MODS, DO NOT APPROVE" or something to that effect. It's an inelegant system, but as far as I can tell. it's the best anyone's come up with so far. 

    Regardless, I'm glad it wasn't causing frustration or extra work on your end.