We need the comments section!
Without it, this website feels soulless. What's the problem with having people fight in the comments? UGH! Let people express themselves! Are the fights hurting you guys financially?
I SERIOUSLY DOUBT!!!!!!!!!!
You guys make one bad decision after the other. Censoring us when we talk about scandalous subjects. No sending emails to the users. And now no comments!
But wait, it's all good because you guys can change "best answer" to "favorite answer"
WOOOOOOOW! HOW BRAVE OF YOU! WHAT AN AMAZING IDEA, HUH!?
Peter Yeargin commented
Pete Caruso commented
Instead of Yahoo Comments, go to foxnews.com to freely join the conversation. Foxnews.com has an easy login, ability to like/dislike comments, follow commenters. Even easier, just go to settings and add foxnews.com to your list of start pages. Apparently, foxnews is not afraid of constructive feedback on stories, lively discussion, humorous snarky comments, and enlightening banter.
Bryan Prediger commented
They’re blaming the user for they’re lack of oversight. They’re the ones who let new accounts open with little or no verification. They’re the ones who are slow to address comments that are flagged. I myself only came for the comments. They’re site is to slow and clunky to really do anything else. Force’s auto and intrusive ads everywhere you go. The news is usually a day old like the old local News papers. I can get more up to date news that uses less data somewhere else.
Glen Bentley commented
Also now only the asker can award best/favorite answer. There was a number of users before that were using multiple sock account to vote themselves best answer. Now they don’t even need a sock account. Just answer their own question and award themselves best/favorite answer.
Andrew Smith commented
Hey look I can get to comment here. I wonder for how much longer? Seriously I have answered serious questions in physics. The 4 line limit destroyed the integrity of the answers. I know that I can write more which is hidden but the questioner can't see that unless they click on the "show more". Now the removal of comments means that they can't ask for any clarification. So for a SERIOUS subject it is been pretty much destroyed.