Friday, September 26, 2008
Guidelines for submitting comments
You can rant, you can rave, you can question. I ask only that you are thoughtful about what you write.
Comments are reviewed by me before publication. I don’t edit comments, but I do reserve the right to delete comments that violate my guidelines.
These are the kinds of comments that I think are not appropriate for publication:
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- Off-topic or spam
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man god be with you for the days of eid.. gossiping sister in laws are no fun.. must suck to have such pathetic peeps as relatives.. hope you stocked up on enough movies.. it is 2 days after all!ReplyDelete
you don't wanna gossip with your in-laws, but i see you like backbiting you in-laws.ReplyDelete
anonymous... it is very, very hard for me to sit there all day (for at least 16 hours) two days in a row. I'm an extremely active person - I work full time plus as a rule and spend my days with a diverse range of professional people who have interesting and intelligent things to discuss. Two days with uneducated sister-in-laws is difficult - we have NOTHING in common. It's torture.ReplyDelete
Been there, done that. I know exactly how you feel!!! I admire your perseverance, courage and strength. Most Libyan families are weird.ReplyDelete