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Wednesday, December 22, 2010

New and Improved on All Shook Down: How to Criticize Us and Each Other!

Posted By on Wed, Dec 22, 2010 at 3:19 PM

click to enlarge Let us hear your thoughs -- and speak loudly; we don't hear too good.
  • Let us hear your thoughs -- and speak loudly; we don't hear too good.

As some of you cantankerous, opinion-wielding readers may have already noticed, the commenting system on this blog has changed. Now we're using a cool service called Disqus -- and no, we don't really know how to pronounce that word, either.

Hopefully this means no more Korean spammers offering to sell you diamond rings whenever we write a post about the band Islands. For a full-rundown of your new-and-improved, ultra-luxurious commenting system, check out this post on our news blog, the Snitch.

Of course, you're more than welcome to criticize/champion us on Twitter (hyperbole expected, though not required), and we'd really love it if you'd just like our Facebook page already.

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