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Comment Rules

Comment Rules
  • Comment Rules

     — www.pryordailytimes.com has added a feature to allow readers to comment on stories. Adhering to online rules of conduct will help assure submitted comments are made public.

    The rules -

    Those who comment on stories must identify themselves. Anonymous comments will not be posted.

    We will remove comments that are unacceptable, to wit:

    - False and inaccurate statements.

    - Personal attacks. Explicit name-calling.

    - Harassing, harmful, vulgar, obscene and defamatory language.

    - Threatening statements or statements that suggest violence.

    - Hate speech of any kind.

    - Intolerant comments on religion, race, age, gender, sexual preference or disabilities.

    - Accusations of criminal activity.

    - Content that is harmful to children and minors in any way.

    - References to sexual activity and other private matters.

    - Random and inflammatory statements that are off topic.



    We encourage reasonable and courteous comments that:

    - Create conversation on issues of interest and concern.

    - Express opinions and contrarian views.

    - Stimulate debate with respectful language.

    - Stay within the boundaries of these rules.

    October 28, 2011

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