Here are some examples of comments they do not wish to publish:
With all due respect, Norbert, I am puzzled at how you don’t see the irony.
1. You know that I am a blogger. I do realize the effort it takes to moderate comments. I also know that it takes next to no effort to publicly state your moderation policy, as I have done on my own blog multiple times.
2. It is ironic to state that people are blocked from making comments on blogs critical of the current COE and administration, but then likewise block comments on here. It is made even worse if there is no reason stated as to why.
I’m not saying spammers and haters need feedback. However, if the person takes the time to make a reasonable comment, then why not respect their time and effort and at least guide them appropriately?
Obviously, the above comment was not deemed “reasonable” and the time and effort I took to make it was not worthy of respect.
Are there no practicing Jews in Chile? If so, don’t any of them run daycare centers? If so, do they not keep the same holy days? Is there no legal precedent for this?
So today I posted a comment [on the Inside United: Realtime blog] on the letter: "Matthew 7:1-5 rules should apply. Right? :-)"
And guess what — it was DELETED by this evening!
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