I am not entirely sure what you mean by "no buttons." Do you want to post links in your blog post content?
You don't really need to replicate the "about" and "911mim" links in your post, since they are already there in your header. If you'd like to do that because it's your first post & you would like to have those in that one as part of your introduction to yourself, you can do that.
As far as your comment box, I see it at the bottom of the post's page here:
I was only able to find the post's page (as opposed to the main blog page with your most recent posts) because I clicked on the title of it in your "recent posts" widget.
You have no title visible on your post -- did you post this in an "aside" format rather than as a "standard" post? Comment boxes are never visible on the main blog page, but only on individual post pages. If you hop over to my blog, you will see that I have five posts visible on the blog's home page, and at the bottom of those five posts, a person can click a link to see more (older) posts.
If I have an "aside" post, there is no header/title generated by the theme I use -- which is a different theme from the one on your blog -- and so a visitor can't click on it to see an entire post & then also see the comments box. If I want people to easily be able to comment on an aside post w/o them having to figure out how to get to the comments box, I put in a link. If you go to this page http://mmadfan.com/page/2/, you'll see that the post about Google Books & Kindle does not have a wp.com-generated subject line, so at the bottom of the post, I've added text with a link that will bring them to the individual post & the comments area.
I looked at the source code for your blog, and I see that you have made this post an aside. You need to go into your post editor and choose "standard," then you will have the subject/header appear at the top of the post, and it will be easy for your visitors to click through to the actual post & then be able to comment on it.
Your post is also very, very long. Right now, you only have one post, so it doesn't seem like much of an issue, but it's a good idea with very long posts to use the "more" tag in order to just show the first part of the post & then have visitors click through to see the rest of the post if it interestes them. http://en.support.wordpress.com/splitting-content/more-tag/