Howdy BHW amigos, Today I was playing around with my software and decided to scrape some generic SB comments to share with the community. All the comments are scraped from Yahoo Questions and will be in the form of a question. I feel that having comments in the form of a question are way more believable then the usual, "Hey great blog, I bookmarked it, blah blah blah". When you ask a blog admin/owner a question directly it looks a lot more realistic. I've even had a few blog owners respond and answer a few of my questions. IE: I asked a question about how their blog was so fast and they responded with the name of their hosting provider. First I scraped these comments using generic keywords like: Blogger Blogspot Wordpress Start a Blog Start a Website I have made sure that the comments are filtered to contain at least 10 words and that no comment has any links in it. There are slightly over 1,000k generic comments in this list. If anyone has any other generic seed keywords they think might yield some good generic comments, let me know and I'll scrape some more. Here are a couple example comments taken from the list: "I am very new to web design as I have no prior experience and know little HTML.. I just want to know what the best software is to purchase to design blogs. I have downloaded CS5 Design Premium with Dreamweaver and Photoshop, but I realize this is a little advanced for me and expensive!!!. Does anyone have suggestions of software or ways to build blogs and websites easily and inexpensive?. . THANKS!." "I'm wanting to look at blogs containing music I like, but sifting through all the detached, outdated and crap blogs is a hassle. . I know there are thousands of blogs, is there a good resource to seek out the preferred ones?. What is a good free blogging website that I can respond to blogs and others will respond to me?" You can download the comments here: Code: http://www.mediafire.com/?ad4aeh2aqs3trwc Or from here: Code: http://www.scrapeboxhelp.com/1168 Generic Comments.zip The .zip only contains a .txt file so I wasn't sure if a VT scan would be needed. Enjoy!