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     tractor beam,mooers realty,active rain blog,links,maineYou see a blog title that pulls you in like a tractor beam.  You read and comment.  Then the flood of comments from others that come at you like asteroids on a blog that you are surprised got that kinda of response.  Other blogs you really really gained insightful points from and you seem to be the only person on the planet that thought it had merit enough to jot down a response or comment. Ever gotten a few comments a day from folks that discover and respond months later to a blog you intially wanted to know about other responses and later regret asking for the other feedback? | 207.532.6573

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Comment balloon 8 commentsAndrew Mooers | 207.532.6573 • December 26 2007 05:42PM


To comment or not to comment, that is the question. Take care.
Posted by Robert Huntsinger, Empire Realty Upland, CA - Full Service at a Discount (Empire Realty) over 12 years ago

Interesting.  I get comments on posts that may be a year old.

So far it's usally members who try to slip links to their web sites on comments to my blog.

Do they think I wouldn't notice???


Posted by Lenn Harley, Real Estate Broker - Virginia & Maryland (Lenn Harley,, MD & VA Homes and Real Estate) over 12 years ago

I comment on old blogs, when I do a search on AR and find what I am looking for I thank the person who wrote the blog, I have left comments on blogs that were about a year old.  I appreciate the help that I receive here on AR.

Have a wonderful and Happy New Year!

Posted by Lorinda Ward, Serving, Hampton Roads Virginia. Norfolk, Chesapeake, Va Beach (Keffer Realty) over 12 years ago

I sometimes have a difficult time finding blogs that I want to comment on. If they are interesting they usually have 70 comments already and what can you say that is going to add to the topic?

I have had a constant dribble of comments on some and pretty much zero on others. It is difficult to understand. Then you have to beware of the comment on something in the blog that they later regret and remove. Your comment looks inane.  Oh, well, all part of the fun here at AR.

I like your graphic, Andrew.( I'm a closet Trekkie)

Posted by Bonnie & Terry Westbrook, Grand Rapids MI Real Estate (Westbrook Realty) over 12 years ago

Lorinda..this place is like a library and worth digging thru. Bonnie...go easy on the bubbly stuff this New Years! Lenn..keep that phaser on death rays this holiday season okay? it easy my man.

Posted by Andrew Mooers | 207.532.6573, Northern Maine Real Estate-Aroostook County Broker (MOOERS REALTY) over 12 years ago

Excuse me for interrupting, "How does one slip in a link to a website on one of Lenn's blogs? I would like to do that...:-) I say what Robert says (another smile). Like, Lorinda, I, too like to visit old blogs. I have a lot of fun doing that when I am doing a search by topic. Its an interesting way to see what has changed since the original posts, too--laws, attitudes, etc. I probably spend too much time re-reading and editing comments--sometimes I have a strange way with words (do to an old brain injury (not kidding). Usually, if someone misunderstands your comment, you can hammer it out together until you reach a professional understanding. Ever so often you may have to resort to private email to get it straight. But, it works and if harmony, good will and understanding results, its worth the effort. Peace, Man. 70's flower child

Posted by M. Suzi Woods (Gravenstuk), Suzi Woods, Prior Independent REBroker in MS (NOW Sharing the life and spice of the GC one day at a time) over 12 years ago
Andrew, it's a divine mystery.  That's what the nuns used to tell us when they really meant "I dunno"
Posted by Karen Webster...Grand Rapids, MI Realtor (5 Star Real Estate, Grand Rapids MI) over 12 years ago
And all the children said "amen"...everything happened right on time and with casual speed.  I knew others would feel the same way.   Probably alot of response intially comes with timing and other blogs that day competing for air time.  I agree that digging into blogs a year ago is like finding a chocolate that has a cherry inside!
Posted by Andrew Mooers | 207.532.6573, Northern Maine Real Estate-Aroostook County Broker (MOOERS REALTY) over 12 years ago

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