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1) your browser cached an older version of the file mt.js
If you've visited an article on our website so far, it is likely that a file called mt.js got cached on your machine.
However, on April the 18th, 2011 we've made some changes to that file that are involved on the comment posting process, so you would have to make sure that your browser reloads the mt.js file now.
Also, you should know that from time to time we will change the commenting script filename, if spammers would find and flood it.
Please either remove your browser cache completely, or at least the cached version of the mt.js file from our website.
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