Comment, as those who seek to make a fuss out of not charging for it like to remind us as often as possible, is free. Not just free: it’s lovely. Most of the time.
It’s not quite so lovely if it’s done in hushed tones behind closed doors, so in the spirit of fair play, I’m sure that most of what anyone would like to say can be typed in full view of the collected eyes of the interwebs by way of the comment facility below each post within these hallowed pages. This last statement notwithstanding, if there’s anything to which you’d like to draw my attention away from the glare of others, please do feel free to use this chuffing marvellous form, perhaps to highlight a glaring error or claim ownership if I’ve accidentally “paid tribute” to something (in the same way that, for instance, Ronnie Biggs and company “paid tribute” to the 1850 Glasgow to Euston Travelling Post Office train service in 1963).
So, without further ado, this is your chance to use your typing as speech, but speech that can be read. A bit like a book, but much more off-the-cuff and with far less aforethought. Let’s do it.
Alternatively, maybe one of these will float your boat.