Anonymous-Comment Policy

If a comment is not made under the full name by which you are known in the real world, it is anonymous or pseudonymous.

I will, as a general rule, not publish anonymous or pseudonymous comments. I may delete them. Or I may track down their authors and publish the comments with their real names.

If you try to post a comment anonymously, I may even attach your name to the comment, edit the comment to make you seem even more of a fool, and publish it. By commenting here you agree that I may do this, or whatever else I want to do with your words and your name.

Rare exceptions will be made for those with well-established pseudonyms (like Gideon) or for people who show a special need for anonymity.

If you think you deserve an exception to the policy, email me before trying to comment.

7 Responses to Anonymous-Comment Policy

  1. I’ve read some of your posting about Certs. of Service having incorrect information. What would be your thoughts on the following situation?

    Civil case where Defendant’s lawyers, who are employs of Defendant, file discovery requests on November 5 with attached Certs. of Service stating that documents were served to Plaintiff on November 6 at Plaintiff’s PO Box via Certified Mail with Return Receipt Requested. Envelope to Plaintiff is post-marked November 6 via Defendant’s postage machine. There’s no indication by Post Office when documents were actually sent to Plaintiff; however, first Certified notice in Plaintiff’s PO Box was dated January 19; documents were accepted by Plaintiff on January 20.

  2. robert monnaville says:

    your info on how to subpoena phone records and where to send the requests was EXTREMELY helpful and accurate. I just wanted to say thank you.

  3. Leroy-Rodney Ditto J. Fackenburpa-Schnitzelwiczski III says:

    In your questioning the acu_men’tality of Loyd’s competence, you’re on the right tr_acknowledgm_ent’hymeme, but only to a slight(ed) degree, i.e.,only on the cu_sp’ecious, c’OZ’ from the thrust of his letter sent you he’s clearly but a fully-fledged compe_tent’ative lawyer, and perhaps one soon about to take f_light’weight, giving rise to the possibility that he could well yet prove also to be an utter and abj_ect’opic soar_head…considering the gravity of the p_un’folding situation that he’s now landed himself in.

  4. Diantha Garrett Brennan says:

    Wow! Miracles do happen.

  5. Diantha Garrett Brennan says:

    How do I change or select the emoticon associated w/my postings?

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