Comment Policy

May 26, 2012


I love to hear your comments and they are an important part of any blog, as well as this one. When you leave on comment on this blog, you do so with the understanding and knowledge of the information on this page.

Questions will be answered in the comments at my discretion and due to the number of comments some posts have, and my other work, I’m unable to answer every comment. And in other cases, I may answer inquiries personally via e-mail and may not publish the comment.

You must use a valid e-mail address when sending in a comment. E-mail addresses are hidden from the public view and will not be used for any other purpose, nor are they shared or published in any way. If your e-mail address isn’t valid, your comment will not be published.

If no comment field appears at the end of a published post and comments, that means that the post is closed for comments. Please read the previous comments for an answer to any question you may have, as it’s probably there.

1. I will delete comments that link to URLs for commercial websites, blogs or otherwise.

The only exception to this is if the website is part of the discussion, as in someone is asking where they can find a red mixing bowl and you chime in with a link to a red mixing bowl.

2. Please do not leave the name or URL to your website, blog, or business in the body of your comment, or in the Name field of the comment entry box.

There is a space for that after the fields where you enter your name, e-mail address, and if applicable, that is where you can list your blog or website. Your name will automatically link to your website or blog. As mentioned, above, your e-mail address will not be shown, but it is necessary to post a comment to the site.

There is, of course, an exception to this, and that is where the link directly relates to the discussion.

3. Comments may be edited or deleted.

This is my website and I reserve the right to delete any comment for any reason, at any time, without any notice to you. I may also edit a comment for spelling or grammar where I think it it necessary to improve readability.

4. Feel free to tell me about typos or links that don’t work.

5. Respect the other readers of this website, and humans in general.

As passionate as you may feel about something, you must be cool to others. You know how to do it, just be cool.