Commentition: The December 2014 Edition

Another month has gone by and there have been a lot of comments.  There’s a bit of a change this month, as WordPress now keeps track of only the top six (including me) commenters, so this is now a top five list.  There’s also been a change in the members.  I wonder who it could be.

The top five commenters are based on the previous 1000 comments, nearly half of which are mine.  The rest go to all of you commenters.  471 were my comments, the rest went to five others.  So here are those five:

1. Our top commenter stays the same as before.  That’s right, S. R. Carrillo is the top again with 73 comments.  Her latest post is a movie review! Check out Review: Big Hero 6.

2. Second place is also unchanged.  I think this will be a bit of a theme for most of this post.  It’s Linda G. Hill again with a total of 71 comments.  That’s quite an increase!  Her latest post is 102. Scenes From the Second Seat on the Right.

3. Hey, look!  Number three goes to the same person as last month! It’s Peggy again with a total of 48 comments.  That’s a good, respectable number.  Here’s her latest post: Situational Awareness: Part 2 – SAFETY.

4. And again, we have a repeat.  Number four stays number four, and that is H. Anthe Davis.  But now she has 37 comments, a big increase! Her latest post is…wait a minute.  It’s a reblog of my previous post.  It’s Authors Answer 6 – Author Mistakes. But check out her own recent post, Turning Points.

5. Here we are, the brand new number five.  I wonder who it could be.  With 23 comments, it’s D. T. Nova! His latest post is Awesome(ly Cute) Music Thursday: I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas.

Thanks to everyone for your great comments.  Keep them coming!  And of course, visit the blogs of these five amazing commenters.

5 thoughts on “Commentition: The December 2014 Edition”

  1. Thanks for the pingback, m’dear. I made it back to Tokyo today after a great visit in Kamakura. Got to Enoshima and climbed and climbed and climbed some more. Unfortunately I didn’t get to try those fishy-shaped things you mentioned beside Kamakura Station, but I did walk a lot! Fun little town. 😀

      1. I did, but I didn’t go in. I was getting tired! And going in there alone looked a bit scary. I had lunch in one of the restaurants half way back up with a gorgeous view of the ocean. 🙂

        1. Ah, one of those restaurants on the south side? I love that area, though I haven’t eaten there. Anyway, the cave isn’t scary. The walls are lined with clear plastic to stop the dripping from hitting people, and it’s so crowded inside. The reward is the opportunity to take a picture of a small dragon statue.

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