Comments Policy

In order to maintain the integrity of this site and community, all comments are moderated. Spam is unceremoniously deleted (and generally filtered before it even gets to the moderators).

Appropriate comments are generally approved in a matter of minutes. In certain cases, it may take a bit longer, but will generally be approved or deleted in a few hours.

What makes a comment inappropriate?

Personal attacks are not allowed. If the comment has value outside the personal attack, it may be published with the personal attack edited out. In such cases, it will be noted that a personal attack was removed.

We reserve the right to simply delete it, however. Disagreements and arguments are fine, but don’t make it personal.

While no site with this topic could be considered “family friendly”, please keep language appropriate. Clinical terms for genitalia are better than slang. Curse words aren’t allowed, except when directly quoting the people who are the subject of a post.

Off-topic posts will most likely be deleted. Comments are a conversation. A comment which does not add to the conversation, is a tangent, or kills the conversation are not allowed.

Aliases and nom de plumes are allowed as the commenter’s name, but comments using keywords or spam for the name will be deleted.

Email addresses are required to post a comment, but are not published with the comment. They may be used by the moderators to contact the commenter.

If you wish, you may register as a user. Users who regularly contribute to the site may be promoted to a level where their comments are published without moderation.

If your comment does not show up after a reasonable amount of time, feel free to Contact Us to ask about it.

All comments within this blog are the responsibility of the commenter, not the blog owner, administrator, contributor, editor, or author. By submitting a comment on our blog, you agree that the comment content is your own, and to hold this site, [name], and all subsidiaries and representatives harmless from any and all repercussions, damages, or liability.

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