Comment Section

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Your papers are not required to carry on a conversation here. The comment section software does not collect enough information to actually identify a commenter in the real world. Real names, e-mail addresses, phone numbers, references from "approved" sites, and DNA samples are not requested or wanted.

· Names are only used to uniquely identify commenters on this web site. Names are case sensitive.

· Passwords are only used to create a secure SHA key, which is associated with each commenter. Passwords are case sensitive. Passwords are never stored or logged.

Do not use a super secret password. This web site does not have a secure HTTPS connection. Communications between this server and your browser could be viewed by someone in between with access to the data stream, sometimes called a man in the middle. The password need only suffice to prevent someone from accidentally posting as you on this site.


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Our software does not access any other servers and it certainly doesn't share any data with them.

None of the pages on this web site contains any surveillance devices.

Comment sections are public for all visitors to read and say something back. Bots roam the web, vacuuming up information. They are as free to read these pages as any other visitor; though they rarely contribute to the conversation.

If someone says something that offends you, repeat the following mantra repeatedly until you feel well.

Sticks and stones
  may break my bones
but words
  shall never hurt me.

Text Formatting, Images, and Links.

No html formatting is permitted in the body of a comment. However, certain tags are recognized for formatting the output. Most formatting tags are used in pairs, where [tag] begins the affected text and [/tag] ends the affected text.

Text Highlighting.

[b] [/b] Bold text.
[i] [/i] Italic text.
[u] [/u] Underlined text.
[big] [/big] Larger text.
[small] [/small] Smaller text.
[strike] [/strike] Strike through text.
[sub] [/sub] Subscript text.
[sup] [/sup] Superscript text.
[em] [/em] Emphasized text.
[strong] [/strong] Strong text.
[cite] [/cite] Citation text.
[code] [/code] Program code text.
[kbd] [/kbd] Keyboard input text.
[samp] [/samp] Program sample output text.

Paragraph Styles.

[address] [/address] Address block.
[h1] [/h1] Header 1, largest.
[h2] [/h2] Header 2.
[h3] [/h3] Header 3.
[h4] [/h4] Header 4.
[h5] [/h5] Header 5.
[h6] [/h6] Header 6, smallest.
[pre] [/pre] Preformatted output.

Special Tags.

Pictures can be embedded using the img tag. Width and height values can also be specified.

[img src="urlOfImg"]
[img src="" height="32"]

Hyperlinks can be embedded with text using the link tag. Link Text is optional; the url appears when no link text is provided.

[link urlOfLink]Link Text[/link]
[link]Shores of Hazeron[/link]

Polite comments are welcome.
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Text Formatting
love samuel
These are the results of the two Special Tags examples. I pasted them into this message, each on it's own line, though that is not required.

Image example...

Link example...
Shores of Hazeron