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I don't know how to find the questions I've commented on.
Is there a search trick or some page that lists the comments I've posted?

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up vote 7 down vote accepted

You can see your recent comments by clicking your profile (any username link), then clicking on the Activity tab.

This only keeps so many entries; I don't think there's any direct way to search for comments on questions you neither asked nor answered.

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Damn, 32 seconds. – Super Long Names are Hilarious Dec 11 '09 at 6:20
put in more links next time, it makes you faster... :) – quack quixote Dec 11 '09 at 6:21
+1 for first place – Miyagi Coder Dec 11 '09 at 14:29

Go to your profile and click on the activity tab. It'll show you your recent comments so you can go back to them.

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+1 for second place – Miyagi Coder Dec 11 '09 at 14:28

Presumably you can remember a bit of the phrasing in the comment. The best way to find a particular question/comment is probably to Google your user name and that phrase:

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