I believe it does since I’ve seen static links on static HTML pages before.
Gotta admit though that it still means clicking on a link and making a second page load. Either way it’s going to happen. With wordpress though, everything is built in and in front of you in one place as a site admin. You don’t have to use two different services.
I find that in my IE6, haloscan popups take longer to load than WordPress comment pages, and sometimes hang up, freezing the browser. Very annoying. That’s never happened with a WordPress comment page that I know of.
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