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I posed a question and got great answers...wanted to comment back to the people who answered but am having trouble figuring out how! I am not the most computer literate person...still get confused on facebook! Help! Thank You!
Just write another answer under theirs, with your comments. This is the easiest way.
Additionally to what Jason answered, if you write an answer the person who made the question will receive an e-mail from Hubpages about it.
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