I guess so. Do you mind me asking why you don't want comments? I'm thinking that there are free websites available on the internet and the three most significant differences between websites and blogs are:
(1) Blogs provide for inline commenting as they are aimed at engaging readers in discussion - websites don't;
(2) Blogs have RSS feeds so subscribers can be immediately updated following publication of new posts - websites don't;
(3) Blogs have Google juice and PageRanks - websites don't .
The reason so many businesses are embedding blogs into their wordpress.org installs is to take advantage of those three differences (and others). As so many "bloggers" are setting up their blogs to emulate websites by creating static front pages and reordering their blogs to rely on a static Page structure that results in defeating the purposes of having a blog. I'm fascinated by this "trend". Even more fascinating is that I have discovered that many of the folks going this have no clue as to what the affects of their restructuring has including disabling their blog's ability to achieve any Google juice flowing in or out, and disabling their blog's ability to achieve a PageRank.