October 30, 2020

A New Rule for Comments

UPDATED SEPT. 26, 2020 — We welcome comments, but when you submit one, please be sure to enter your name and an email address that we can verify. We will no longer publish comments under a pseudonym.

We have a number of comments sitting in the hopper that we can’t publish because they have — how shall we say this? — ‘creative’ e-addresses.

Examples of such e-addresses are ones like idontsharemyemail@gmail.com, noneofyourbusiness@gmail.com, and customerservice@abc.com.

We always invite commenters, who’ve used questionable emails, to resubmit their comments with a verifiable e-address, so if this message is resonating with you, we look forward to hearing from you!

Also please remember we will not publish comments that are abusive, defamatory, indecent, libelous, obscene, off-topic, pornographic, profane, threatening, unlawful, vulgar, or otherwise objectionable. Personal attacks on anyone or any group or organization, especially on other commenters, are not permitted.

We reserve the right to permanently block any user who violates these terms and conditions.

Comments that are long and/or include code of any kind, or include hyperlinks to objectionable material will not be posted.

Thank you for respecting these rules, which have been in place for almost 17 years, and almost never been abused.


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