Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Anonymous Posting Is Now Allowed

Like I've said umpteen times, I'm by far an expert on computers and blogs. A very good comrade has informed me that anonymous comments were not allowed. I was totally unaware of this. I have corrected the problem. If you wish to remain anonymous, then you may do so. I'm sorry it took so long for me to become aware of this, but I lost my "Computers For Dummies" book, and I really need it! I apologise for any inconvenience this may have caused.

You know, I was wondering why I was getting so much traffic, but so few comments. Duh, now I know!

3 comments:

  1. Do you feel you have a higher "rank" in the ANP since you have a blog and have been around a few years now? Or are you humble and feel equal to any other ANP member?

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  2. The ANP has no "ranks." It has no "members" either, only Official Supporters and SAmen.

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  3. -------------------------------------November 10, 2010 at 9:50 PM

    To 6:04 PM. I know this is a little shot at me. Thank you for being civil and not insulting.

    To answer your question, lik 8:56 PM said, The ANP has no ranks, and the only titles are Chairman, Security Chief (Head Of SA), SAman, and the unofficial title of cell leader.

    Do I feel humble? When you consider that I'm finally admitting that in AN there was a lot of fantasy playing and titles like General that meant very little, not really. In the AN and the NSALP it was mostly playing Nazi. I won't comment on ANSP because I was only a part of it for about two weeks. Anyway, I find that I'm doing EXACTLY for the ANP what I did before for the other groups.

    Last weekend I gave out 200 pieces of literature and stickers. I maintain this blog. I updated statistics on some of our flyers, I've written three articles for our monthly publication, and I've been asked to do a video.

    Basically the same things I done before, except without a meaningless title. The fantasies were fun for awhile, but I realised it's time to get back to the real world.

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