This was NOT my fault

I use Haloscan to manage my blog comments.  One of the nicer features is that every time somebody posts a comment, Haloscan sends me a copy of that comment by email.

But sometime in the last few months, they started truncating those emails, presumably to save bandwidth.  No problem, but sometimes the point of truncation lands in a rather unfortunate spot.

Lots of people have been commenting on last week's post about women in our comic.  This morning I posted a comment of my own, responding to someone who asked if I was being serious or just fishing for publicity.  I said:

"Actually, it is a serious question. Although I am comfortable with the comic, I've heard some complaints from women I respect, so I thought I would solicit a broader set of perspectives."

And I kid you not, when Haloscan sent me the email, this is what I received:

"Actually, it is a serious question. Although I am comfortable with the comic, I've heard some complaints from women I respect, so I thought I would solicit a broad"

:-)