Shh! I won't tell if you don't!
Code of Conduct:
Don't be a douche. Be nice. Use no language which would offend any other group of people. I am inviting you here as my guest. Don't make me kick you out in the middle of the night. Includes but is not limited to LGBTQIA+, ethnic/racial/etc. groups, handicapped people, people who are not like you, people with poor grammar and spelling. Just be nice to everybody.
No politics. Seriously. I will delete any post I think is political in nature, and maybe I'll give you a warning. Maybe I'll kick you off. No political memes, gifs, commentary, etc. If you say, "Build that wall," you better be building a house around it.
If you know me in real life, remember what I told you about Patient Lee. And don't join the Memebers' Area. There are #filthyrottendirty things about me in there.
Think twice before you post. If you wouldn't put it on FB, don't put it on here. I'm not going to police everything, but don't get me kicked off Wix.
NO NUDE PHOTOS.
Have you heard of the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation)? If you live in the United States and don't have your own website, you probably haven't because it affects people living in European Union countries and people with websites with customers in European Countries.
Data protection is important, and I'm committed to keeping your information safe and your choice of reading material private. For that reason, I ask only an email address when you sign up for my mailing list. The problem now is that I don't know which of my subscribers will be affected by this new law. I have to assume that each one of my 500+ subscribers will need to subscribe again before May 25, 2018 or be deleted from my list. (And former subscribers were deleted.)
I also have to tell you about cookies on my site, but I don't understand the info well enough to comply. I think there are cookies collecting some kind of user info. I mean, I get an alert when someone goes on my site telling me where the guest is from, but it's often incorrect. It sometimes tells me I'm accessing the site from Maryland or Detroit when I'm in Pennsylvania, so I don't trust the cookies anyway. (They must be low fat cookies, made with apple sauce instead of eggs or something!)
There is advertising on my site for 3rd party sellers. I receive a small commission from purchases made through the links on my site, so I guess there are some cookies at work there, too. Their sites will collect their own data as well, but I don't think I'm responsible for that. Or maybe I am. I have no idea.
Thanks for reading and for letting me entertain you. This GDPR stuff is confusing, but know I will never intentionally deceive you. I use your information ONLY to send you my infrequent, short, non-spammy newsletter. You rock, my dear reader.
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