Chris, I'm sorry
I hate the overuse of URL shortners like tinyurl. I like to be able to see what a link is before I click on it. I don’t like that these companies get to be yet another point of surveillance. (To be fair, tinyurl doesn’t seem to be taking advantage of that. I have cookies from tr.im and su.pr, but not TinyURL.) And so I edited your comment to replace a tinyurl with a full url, and commented that I “corrected it.”
I shouldn’t have done that, I should have just commented about it.
(If this blog was a Kindle, I’d undo it.)