This may be a problem only for me, since I was not raised in the computer age and simply don’t have the energy any more to do real search.
I know our commenters look for our ideas reflected in other locations because you are constantly sending me links. But for Old Bob, these links fall into two categories:
1) Place where the Mantra Thinking has been cut out; and
2) Places where I can’t FIND the section referred to.
The first one demonstrates as nothing else could my point about respectable conservatism. Right-wing blogs which are not specifically pro-white will remove whole pages to get rid of the Mantra and show they are not doing just that. That happens all the time.
But there are pages which are still there and a commenter gives the link only. But no such pages are devoted only and entirely to the one comment referred to. Is it the Mantra which we might look for or is a use of the Mantra? I don’t know about you, but I would have to read fifty entries to find what has been referred to, and even then it could have been removed AND the commenter was not specific about what I am looking for.
Since this is very important to us, commenters will have to be far, far more specific about how to find them than just giving a link.
BoardAd has trouble with this link-only business. But he has a solution.
It’s called copy and paste.
When BoardAd gives me a link, he COPIES the specific thing he is referring to. That takes a few seconds. Then he puts in the words he is referring to and THEN puts the link below it. I want the quote itself, and there is no reason in our age for me to have to look it up. But I also want the CONTEXT, what is the nature of the blog or other place where this is quoted?
Giving only a link is OUTDATED, like referring to a tome.
This is easy, and it would put an end to our present endless frustration.