How to Comment
- Be respectful and civil to others.
- Comments containing profanity, name-calling, or racist epithets (or user names) will be deleted.
- Comments should respond to the topic of the original post. Attempts to derail or dominate a comments thread will get your post deleted.
- Comments may agree or disagree with the content of a post.
- Comments by people deemed to be trolls, sock puppets, or flame warriors by the blog administrators will be deleted.
- Comments that appear on the blog do not necessarily reflect the views of the blog administrators.
- Comments are approved at the discretion of blog administrators.
- To comment, users must register (see instructions below).
Comment rules are subject to change at the blog administrators’ discretion.
How to Register
- Everyone must be registered at this blog in order to comment.
- To register, GO HERE.
- You must use a valid email address because you will need to check it for your password.
- Once you have your password, you can login to comment with your user name and your password.
- Each entry on the blog is called a “post.” At the bottom of each post, there is a link next to the word “Comment.” (It’s a number that changes depending on the number of comments on that post.)
- Click on the number, next to the word “Comment.”
- You should see “Leave a Reply” and “You must be logged in.”
- Click on the linked text on “logged in.”
- Type in your user name and your password.
- A dialogue box should appear where you can type your comment.
- When you’re finished, click “Submit Comment.”
- You can reply to the original post or you can reply to a comment, by clicking on the word “Reply.”
- If you’re replying to another comment, you’re responding more to that comment than you are to the content of the original post.
“Like” or “Dislike”
- In addition to commenting, visitors to the site can post reactions to other people’s comments by clicking on the “Like” or “Dislike” buttons at the bottom of each comment.
- Typically, this indicates that you “like” or “dislike” the content of the person’s comment, not the person.