[Spot], I believe I am not alone in my sentiment that it is not only Fafblog per se that we die-hard fans miss, but the sense of community among commenters that was somehow established - not by gushy exchanges of sentiment, but by an interplay of cultural references, snark, the occasional smutty joke, dadaism (and less often, mamaism - thank you, Mrs. F), and a genuine outrage at the horrors of the situation, all over a substrate of the siblinghood of sentient beings and the parenthood of the Creative Forces of the Universe, if any.
None of us will ever see its like again.
Not that there's necessarily anything wrong with that. But it's OK to be sad sometimes too.
--Freddy el Desfibradddoro, Fafblog! Commenter