Sunday, November 29, 2015

Disqus LIES

I would have preferred to be blogging about my latest lingerie and fashion hauls rather than going on a rant about discrimination, trolls and censorship again. When my old computer died I lost everything on it including all of my documents including my rough drafts, notes and research for future posts and the URLs for blogs I like to look at and read.  Another setback I had was having my camera break, and not having one that will take lingerie fashion OOTD videos. Despite all of that I had thought I would be somehow manage doing some new lingerie fashion haul, OOTD, and review posts by now complete with photos and embedded videos.

The backlog of full brief panties and fashion blouses I've purchased and have been planning to review keeps growing larger.

Before I launch into tearing Disqus a new one for lying about me and removing innumerable blog comments I've made, speciously claiming they were spam, I'll begin with the post with A huge THANK YOU!!! for commenting on my last post titled “Fbloggers Lingerie Haul, Excuses, Old Pics, Lingerie News and Thanks to Commenters" TO the following Fbloggers Bbloggers and Lbloggers. THANK YOU:

To fashionista Editor, fashion blogger and yoga/pilate instructor Couture Carrie of the blogs CC Loves , Couture Carrie, and Bikinis and Martinis and Twitter @CoutureCarrie;

To Seattle Washington fashion blogger Tina Phan of the blog JustATinaBit, and Twitter @JustATinaBit;

To the beautiful ‘Internet Love’ blogger Camila Faria from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil of the blog Não Me Mande Flores and Twitter @_CamilaF_;

To Rachel-Beth of the blog The Daily Luxe and Twitter @TheDailyLuxe;

To Kizzy Von Doll of The Dainty Dolls House YouTube The Dainty Dolls House Channel/videos and Twitter @DaintyDollHouse;

To Polish fashion blogger and modelAnia Zarzycka of the blog;

To law and accounting graduate Imogen from Sydney, Australia of the fashion and lifestyle blog Tia_Cherie, YouTube Tia Cherie’s Channel/videos;

To the D.I.Y. and vintage fashionista from Wisconsin, Indy of the fabulosity factor, YouTube Fab Factor’s Channel/videos, and Twitter @Fab_Factor;

To Harija Ravi, a student from Toronto Canada of My Lyfe ; My Story, and Twitter @MyLyfeMyStory;

To Italian teacher and fashion blogger Paola Lauretano of the blog Express Yourself and Twitter @Paola_Lauretano (four comments :D ) ;

To Sonia De Macedo writer, blogger, and sartorial enthusiast from Melbourne, Victoria, Australia of Daring Coco, YouTube /Sonia De Macedo's Channel/videos and Twitter @SoniaDeMacedo;

To Israeli fashion and travel blogger Hadas Aharon of the blog Fashion Matters and Twitter @Hadas_Aharon;

To Olivia Aimes of the blog Friday Night Style, YouTube Olivia Aimes's Channel/videos and Twitter @OliviaAimes;

To fashion blogger Patricie from Prague, Czech Republic of the blog Patricia loves fashion;

To Italian lover of fashion, shopping, sun, sea, music, entertainment and travel Eniwhere Fashion of Eniwhere Fashion YouTube Eniwhere Fashion's Channel/videos and Twitter @EniwhereFashion;

To Irene Thayer of YouTube, and Twitter @irenekthayer;

To the London England beauty blogger Talisa Tossel of Talisa Talks Beauty, YouTube Talisa Tossell’s Channel/videos and TalVlogs Channel/videos and Twitter @TalisaTossell;

To Danish blogger Ziff L. Qvash of VonSnef YouTube Ziff L. Qvash's Channel/videos and Twitter @vSnef for the comment "Great post!";

To Russian lifestyle blogger Nastya Deutsch of NastyaDeutsch Beauty + Fashion + Lifestyle YouTube Nastya Deutsche's Channel/videos and Twitter @Nastya_Deutsch;

Now on to the subject of this post's title: Disqus LIES -
and then lies about having lied. I discovered that Disqus has been lying about my thoughtfully composed and arduously hand typed comments, marking them "Detected as spam" and removing them from view for over a year. The owners of the fashion, beauty, lifestyle and other blogs and websites where I left my thoughtful and complimentary comments had no idea that Disqus had removed the comments or that I had even made them.

I made numerous attempts to contact Disqus support and Disqus help, all to no avail. I even took screenshots of the thoughtful comments I'd made that had the red Disqus lie "Detected as spam" label, but there was no way to redress my grievances. Apparently Disqus enables comment trolls to moderate blogs and when busted for it makes the lame excuse that they are not responsible because their algorithms did it. Eventually I took to Twitter to contact some of the bloggers whose blogs my comments had been wrongfully removed from. The screenshots I took both of the comments I made and the responses from bloggers learning of the comment removal prove that Disqus LIES

Here are the screenshots of those Tweets and of my false-flagged comments on Disqus:

This was just a sampling of the comments I've made that have been wrongfully flagged as spam and removed by Disqus. If you are a fashion beauty or lifestyle blogger and have Disqus installed, and if it is practical, I would love it if you'd check to see if I have made comments that have been wrongfully removed. It burns me up to think about how many bloggers might have found me but for the comment removals.
     I am sooooo glad I that I did not install Disqus on this blog.
Hopefully my next post will be back on topic. Thank you to any fashion beauty and lifestyle bloggers who made the effort to read this far.
Please don't be shy with your comments questions and suggestions - I LOVE reading them!!! I plan to mention commenters and include their links in my next blog post. Please feel free to LEAVE LINKS TO YOUR BLOGS with your comments too - I love visiting your blogs :D