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by Philip

Hello, I have read through some of your subjects now, and have found several very false data, that you cannot comment on.

I was just wondering if that was on purpose?

For example the whole SUD thing. I laughed in the beginning, and it is a good story, but then I though of all the poor people who actually believe it. That is much more ouch.
Can it not be made so that you can put a comment there, so people can look, observe and judge the data by themselves?



Kind regards



Philip

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by: Debbie Wicker

Hello Philip,

You ask a good question and one that I think many people have. This is a website not a blog and therefore, because it is such a large site and we have a small staff we cannot moderate comments on every page. We have been considering adding Facebook comments to every page but are still concerned about the time needed to moderate all of the comments.

This is the part of the site where we allow everyone to post their comments (moderated of course) and so please feel free to list your concerns about the information on the site.

If the site is in error we'll change it, or if it's a difference of perspective we can possibly add your perspective to the content.

Thanks!


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