Politics, life, music and other stuff from someone who doesn't know anything.
: )i had a "fellow blogger" come into the bar the other night and ask about our "issues." i kindly told him there was no problem. and yes, it is nice to be able to comment on anything you want. i especially like reading your insights.
SJ-R's list sort of reminds me of a list of rules an anal retentive parent living in the 1950s might enforce at dinner time. A Pleasantville version of reality in which no one exposes a dark side. That's why I haven't to date signed up to make comments. I have to watch every word I say, and write, at work all day long, and I don't need it when I recreate. That doesn't mean SJ-R doesn't have a right to exercise censorship - everyone does, it just makes their comments section boring. JP
The SJ-R's rules are mild. There was once a community where, if someone complained about the moderators or their actions, they sent someone to the complainer's house and and cut off their fingers.
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