It's the blogger, stupid!

Well, I'm sorry for the guy but I find quite pathetic to have to wait until 60 comments or so to find the first correct analysis of the problem. It makes me think about what a CEO blogger told me recently on the importance of a blogging policy: "Common sense is not shared by everyone."

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Your direct link to the comment, "first correct analysis", is broken; the comment links start with a 'c', before the number, and that's missing in your link.

http://99zeros.blogspot.com/2005/02/official-story-straight-from-source.html#c110819775434248919

With only two links in the post, link-checking shouldn't be that hard. ;-)

Thanks, it's corrected. I certainly did not type in that URL by hand, don't know what happened in the copy/paste.

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