The anthropopper welcomes lively discussion, but asks you please to bear in mind the following guidelines when submitting comments.
I read every comment, and respond whenever it seems appropriate to do so.
I pre-moderate all the comments received. This means that comments will not be published instantly. My aim is to publish comments within 24 hours of having received them. This is not about censoring your views. The aim is to ensure that comments relate to the particular subject being discussed. Moderation will not be used to suppress legitimate, reasoned discussion.
I will normally approve comments for publication as long as they:
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The anthropopper reserves the right to suspend comments at any time. Where I choose not to publish a comment for a reason other than those listed above, I will reply to you by email explaining my reason(s) and inviting you to make appropriate changes so that the comment can be reconsidered. I try to be fair but in the final analysis it’s “My blog – my rules.”