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commentsHello and welcome to Junior’s Annex, the weblog of a travelling canadian.  If you want to know more about me then go here.   I generally have an open policy on commenting, however because some folks simply can’t  behave in a civilized fashion, not everyone will have their comments posted.  Why?  Read on:

  • Comments are held for moderation, unless I know you or have come to believe that you will consistently comment in a thoughtful and polite manner – in which case your comments go through unmoderated;
  • There is (for now) only one moderator on the Annex, so I apologise if I don’t get to your comments immediately.  Sometimes I am in the air from point to point, while other times I am simply enjoying family time and not checking the blog for activity;
  • The AKISMET spam filter is in effect – thus some comments may disappear into the memory hole based on words, phrases, and/or links;
  • Things that will get your comment deleted or heavily edited:
    • Vulgar language, or links to sites that promote it – particularly porn or gaming sites;
    • Links to commercial websites that are not relevant to the discussion;
    • Internet phantoms who have cryptic handles, no name, and no real email address will be deleted;
    • Trolls, flame-bait, personal attacks, and other detritus that add nothing to further the discussion may get deleted, take that personally if you wish, but all deletions are final.
  • A real working email address that you own (as a commenter) is required.   False or misleading email addresses may earn banishment; and finally
  • You are responsible for your own words.

Thanks for visiting – Junior

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Of all tyrannies, a tyranny sincerely exercised for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive. It would be better to live under robber barons than under omnipotent moral busybodies. The robber baron'scruelty may sometimes sleep, his cupidity may at some point be satiated; but those who torment us for our own good will torment us without end for they do so with the approval of their own conscience. C.S. Lewis


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