Not that they have gotten--I'M NOT PAYING ATTENTION TO THEM!
The Consensus seems to be that it's generally important to the one who is in the wrong to get the last word: That's the only way the can perceive victory.Getting the last word means that you win the debate. It also shows your moral superiority, and willingness to stand your ground. This should convince your opponent that you are correct, and will certainly impress your fellow Wikipedians.
It is particularly important to get the last word where you are in some doubts as to the merits of your case. The last word will serve as a clinching argument that will make up for any deficiencies in your logic. Achieving the last word now also brings the advantage that you may subsequently point to your success in this debate as the clinching argument in future debates. However, if you did not win the last discussion, we still recommend claiming incessantly that you did.
I'm happy that you believe that you have somehow "won" when in fact you have only firmed up my opinion that reading blog opinions is a waste of my time.
I've said before that personally, I find blog comments to be like my dog and her pee mail. She stops and smells and adds her excrement to the pile. For those of you too dumb to get my meaning, blog comments to me are like taking my dog for a walk and watching her with excrement.
I've also said I don't care if you read my stuff, unlike some of you attention starved and in need of seriously being disabused of your self-opinions.
Short form, I don't really care what you say. Not to mention, I don't really read blog comments that often.
So--Demanding my attention, or even a response is not really a good use of your time.
But, nevermind--you got in the last word.
I'm glad you feel you show how "won" the argument since I couldn't give a toss.