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  • The Diplomad is Back!

    Posted by David Foster on June 10th, 2020 (All posts by )

    The Diplomad 2.0, the blog of a retired Foreign Service officer, disappeared without a trace…it was gone for good or so I thought.  Turns out that the author had some domain-name problems, and the blog is now back here.



    6 Responses to “The Diplomad is Back!”

    1. Craig Says:

      That link did not work for me, try this

    2. Mike K Says:

      He was gone for a few days. I think it was a software thing.

    3. Craig Says:

      It was GoDaddy bad customer service.

      “Nightmare dealing with They apparently “mistakenly” assigned domain to another account, and that account holder deleted the account, but still retains control of the domain name. Right. So I am back to for now. I can’t link to my old pieces unless I go in and change each address, I guess.

      Anyhow, I will keep working on it. If you can get the word out to the other five or six readers, I would much appreciate it.”

    4. Mike K Says:

      Why I never was interested in godaddy for my own blog, obscure as it is. I have used Bluehost and WordPress since 2007 when I started it after Cathy Seipp died.

    5. Mike-SMP Says:

      Tanks, and IFVs, about the Diplomad. Good news about a survivor.

      Must have been an “accident”. {Snort!} {Gag!} {Chortle!}

      Has there been any indication that the Commissars of the SJW have gotten their paws into the guts of the Net? After all, if their plans for Konquest by fraud in November were to be successful, the “Deplorables” had to be muzzled.

    6. Mike Cunningham Says:

      Excellent addition (or return) to the blogging scene.

      My views have permeated further than I realised.