Official Board of Inquiry Notice

Posted: February 4, 2008 in Official Business

Our first AP* — Anton from Canada

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This is not a message board or chat room. It is a privately owned blog. We are pretty liberal when it comes to what is allowed here and we encourage discussion … but this is not a democracy. You DO NOT have the right to post anything and everything on this blog. Any comments that, in our sole judgment, appear to violate the comment rules may be deleted without notice. We reserve the right to remove any comment and limit or terminate access to anyone for any reason at any time. Our Board of Inquiry has sole responsibility for passing judgement on comments.

This blog is a place for in-depth discussion, support, and a few laughs. We will not permit bad behavior to rear its ugly head here. If you do not understand or cannot deal with our position or our mission, then we humbly ask that you move on. Those who are found to be in violation of this policy will be declared “AP’s” and comments from their IP Address will be blocked.

*Annoying Person: A person who for some reason is not wanted or welcome; causing annoyance; irritatingly bothersome; Annoy refers to mild disturbance caused by an act that tries one’s patience.

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