Thanks to AKG for submitting this question (the ironic implications of which are staggering). There are two ways to submit a question to Ask Big D. The first way is what you have done, which is to comment on a pre-existing question and write your question in the comment. Although I don't really recommend that, unless it is an on-topic follow-up question. What I prefer is the second way, which is quite simply by emailing me. This is explained on my site, but if one were to somehow come to this page independent of my site, I would expect them to view my profile, which shows my email address. I understand that it would be easiest on the reader if I were to just post these instructions on top of this blog, but I feel that taking the extra step to find my email address (or, as in your case, devising otherwise means of contacting me) separates the questions that don't matter from the ones that do. I also understand that this sentiment is undermined by the mere fact that I'm even explaining it, but I will quote the immortal words of the great David Brent, when he was told that his method of promising his employees no redundancies in order to maintain morale would only make the morale worse if there WERE redundancies despite his promise that there wouldn't be:
"They won't remember."