Create blocking Settings (like twitter) to avoid embarrassing pleading comments

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    I have already formulated correspondence, regarding the settings that do not allow an site administrator to choose (by blocking or allowing the another website to follow> It is imperative that you, since you don’t seem to take responsibility (like Twitter does) to address my concern (is it only me? I think that in the past you allowed us to moderate, not only comments, but follows) from commercialism trivialization, profanity, mature content!
    What are you waiting for?

    Read this:

    And block this site from fouling my site, with his inappropriate attitude.
    I feel as if I’m talking to the Big wall of China, event the wall of lament answers better than you folks!



    You can block any commenters via the Blacklist at Settings -> Discussion in your blog’s Dashboard.



    Your comment, doe not address the issue at hand: this is not about having comments blocked, barred, or in other way moderated, by me.
    this is about me being able to block websites for following me, and becoming an embarrassment, harassment and exposure to unwanted language, and behavior, for wish, I am responsible, without being able to do anything about, and loose, possibly membership of my followers
    You really cannot tell me that you fail to understand what the problem is? if so, read my post again, and again until such time you do understand! Make me Happy Happiness Engineer Hey, know what: Make everybody happy, do the right thing here!



    We do not provide a way to block Followers at besides just making your blog Private.

    Please note that Followers only interact with you as far as you let them. You will receive notification of the new follower, but that’s really the only thing outside of your control. You don’t have to follow them back or participate on their blog. And, if they comment on your blog, you can simply blacklist them.

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