Starting tomorrow, I'm going to go to fully moderated comments. I've given this some thought over the past few weeks, and I think it's for the best. We've grown some since I started this a year ago. I've always prided myself on having a community of folks that would talk, listen and argue in good faith. But the bigger you get, the harder that becomes to maintain.

Moderation basically means, that someone (me) will have to approve your comments before they're posted. I'm not so much looking for people who agree with me, as I am people who have something to say that's informed, measured and meets the rudiment of logic. Specifically, I'd really encourage folks to get familiar with quotes and blockquotes. My main goal is to give posters an incentive to think and read carefully before posting. That sounds sort of high-handed, and I guess it is. I believe in the internet. But I don't believe that everyone's opinion is equal.

I'd say about 80 percent of what you see here will still go through. That said, I'm sure there will be some anger about this. Here is your place to vent.

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