Since I am getting ready to do a series of posts and I am going to be encouraging participation in the way of comments, I thought I ought to set some guidelines for said commenting. If you spend any time on FarceBook you have probably seen the pages and pages of comments that are anything but helpful or kind. I don’t want to go down that road on this site.
As such, I have added a Commenting Guidelines page. If you have not read it… I would encourage you to do so now.
I’d love your input. Let me know what you think of the guidelines in the comments on this post.
There are things that have to be done and you do them and you never talk about them. You don’t try to justify them. They can’t be justified. You just do them. Then you forget it. – from The Godfather by Mario Puzo
I’ll return next week.
I am hereby announcing that I will run for president. I have no budget. I have no political experience, unless being a public school principal counts. I have an aversion to government involvement in my life.
I like guns.
I like Israel.
I like small businesses.
I like the military.
I like people.
I dislike terrorists.
I dislike nuclear weapons.
I dislike being lied to.
I think we should tend to our own issues before we try to fix everyone else’s issues.
I do not believe that being an American makes me smarter than the rest of the world.
Education is important. Standardized tests… not so much.
I like God and I like that He doesn’t force us to believe in him.
I dunno… It’s pretty thin.
Maybe I’ll just go fishing… Let the politicians have it.
I have a question for which I have been unable to formulate a good answer.
Why do so many people put being “right” above being friendly?
In other news, I’m thinking about writing about gluten in my next post.