Постановление Администрации Зимовниковского района от 01.07.2016 № 412 "О подготовке образовательных организаций к началу 2016-2017 учебного года"
When you comment on a post after skimming it or — worse — not reading it at all, you greatly increase the chances you'll say something silly.A long-winded blog comment, by its very length, defends itself against the risk of being read.
"Do you have any hobbies?" they'll ask despite your profile's thousand-word tribute to paper mache. "Fancy a juicy steak?" they'll suggest despite your publicly stated veganism.It's the same with blog commenting. Yes, you're busy. Yes, reading a post thoroughly before commenting takes time.
And usually it won't matter how insightful your words are or how relevant your link may be; the blogger will feel an irresistible urge to kick you off their property.Ever been on a date with someone from Match or eHarmony who didn't bother to read your profile?
The same is true in blog commenting. Bloggers, just like dates, want to know who's trying to woo them. And someone who hides behind a pseudonym likely isn't a long-term prospectImagine you're on a date and, halfway through, your date suddenly asks if you have life insurance.
So why would you choose an image of Grumpy Cat or Ron Burgundy to represent you in blog comments? Or settle for the faceless silhouette that screams generic nobody?Among your friends and family, you can go by Lil' Bit, DJ Roomba, Superfly, House of Shane, or any other nickname you choose.But unless you're a spy, or in witness protection, using your real name on a first date is just the right thing to do. (Unless, of course, it's a blind date and Gary Busey sits down at your table.)