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All comments from new users go into the moderation queue by default. After I have approved your first comment for publication, any subsequent comments you write under that name will appear immediately.

So far, I have approved all comments that are not obviously SPAM.
I have hesitated on a couple that appeared to be simple commercial links, but in general, I will take a look at the linked site, and if there is some relevance to the post being commented upon, I tend to approve them eventually. However I reserve the right to render my own opinion on the product.

I generally will approve comments as written. The only editing I have done to date are to clean up some spelling or typos. That is the only editing I am inclined to do.

I have not, so far, encountered anything but positive or constructive statements, and I hope that trend continues. However I recognize the possibility that in the heat of a perceived debate, attention may shift from the topic to characterizing another person, or someone may post something offensive, or just plain stupid. In those cases I will take a case-by-case approach. In general, if a comment otherwise has merit, I will email you and ask you to edit the parts that detract from your message prior to approval.

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