Commenting Policy - Paris with Scott


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The rules for comments on this site short and easy to understand, but comments should be in the spirit of the blog, which is enjoying Paris. This place is intended to be an escape, a space in which you can enjoy reading and learning more about Paris and potentially enjoy your first trip or next trip to Paris a little more.

Treat others who make comments as friends. You may not agree with me or with other commenters, but you must be civil. Attacks are not welcome and anyone who makes mean or deriding comments to others, solely determined by me, will be barred from future commenting.

No politics, whatsoever. Of course history is a necessity for some of the monuments and buildings in Paris, and some current events, like parades on the Champs-Elysees involve political figures.

Please stay on topic in your comments and make them relevant to the current entry.

Comments that do not comply with the rules, solely determined by me, will be deleted at my discretion. Commenters that can not comply with this comment policy, solely determined by me, will be barred from future commenting.

What do I do if there is a problem?

If you find something in the comments that you feel violates the commenting policy, please use the flag button to the right of each comment to bring it to my attention, and allow me to decide how to handle it. (Of course, do not respond to trolls.)

If there is a discussion that you don’t care to read, you will find a button to the right of each comment that will collapse that remark and all its responses so you do not have to see the comments and replies.

THE BOTTOM LINE: Enjoy reading and commenting and keep it all friendly. I don’t enjoy deleting comments, so please make it unnecessary. Thank you!