If the users uses Firefox of Chrome, yes, the user will be looking at
But if the user uses w3m of lynx, they will be looking at comment 85!
(And who knows what will search engines be looking at?)
This could cause giant misunderstandings.
“Hey Bob, this (link) expresses my thoughts completely.”
But gasp, Bob sees a quite different thing than Bill intends him to see,
and never talks to Bill again.
I mean ever since the birth of the WWW users could visit
and go straight to where they were supposed to be reading.
It is accomplished by e.g.,
at the intended spot on the target page.
We are talking about Web Accessibility 101 here. C’mon folks.