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Someone else wrote that already? Darn!
OK here goes....
The Right To Free Speech: Cedar Posts shall make no law respecting an establishment of fanhood, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof. We encourage readers to discuss and debate sports, entertainment, politics and whatever else finds its way onto these pages. See: Rodney Monroe.
The Right To Differing Opinions: Commenters have the right to disagree – especially about Tiger Woods and John Fox – but keep it classy. Personal attacks on other commenters will not be tolerated. The busting of chops is acceptable and in some instances, encouraged, but keep it friendly.
The Right To Call Out The Bloggers: We write, therefore, we write stupid things. No one is perfect, especially us. We have biases, can’t spell and partake in a litany of other mistakes on a daily basis. Feel free to let us know when we say something stupid. We can handle it.
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The Right To Post Links: Linkage is a powerful and important part of what we do, but we’ll never be able to get everything. You are welcome to post links, but remember, “NSFW” tags save jobs.
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