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Regarding Comments

Posted by Daniel Sauerwein on July 28, 2007

The staff welcomes comments on our posts, but I must again deal with a poor comment. I edited it to allow the author of the post commented on to respond. That said, I want to make something perfectly clear, I do not appreciate comments personally insulting my staff. Some members of my staff have posts that are somewhat controversial, but I am giving them a chance to test their talent on my site. They do not deserve to be sworn at. If you are going to comment, please do so respectfully. That said, any comments containing profanity directed at my staff or any other personal attacks against my staff will result in either the editing or deletion of your comment and an email warning you. If you ignore the warning and do this again, I will delete all comments from you. I thank you all for reading my site, but do not attack my staff personally, this is MY site and I will NOT tolerate it.

Daniel Sauerwein
Creator and Administrator
Military History Blog

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