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Bloggers Posting Comments To Their Own Blogs See "Your request could not be completed."

Of about half the comments that folks provide to this blog, the contents of the comment being posted warrants an immediate response from me. So I'm quite used to the procedure of comment moderation - having selected the Publish link in my email, then opened the specific post, and composed a response on the fly. And for the past week or so, several times / day, I will see
Your request could not be completed.
upon hitting the "Post Comment" button. Retrying the "Post Comment" button generally gets the comment posted, though it's still annoying.

The text "Your request could not be completed." is a well known phrase, some time ago (though to have been) replaced by the endless series of bX- code errors. This month, it looks like the well known monolithic error is back again.

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