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  1. Looks like they may have struck back this morning?

    Interestingly, I had almost no spam leakage when I was on a grid; now that I have a dedicated host, there is way more spam.

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    Can you tweak the comments so that they are locked after a month?

    I’ve gotten two spams on my blogspot blog. (Yes, it’s that unknown.) I figure they’re earning me ad revenue, so I ignore them.