Privacy

Everyone who leaves a comment on this blog has to leave their email address. This means that I know every person’s email address. That goes for almost every other blog you participate with that gives you the option of receiving email back when someone comments on either something you said or a post you previously commented on.

Since I’m the only one who posts to this blog, I’m the only one who has access to any of your emails. Unless I set up a newsletter and you give me your email addresses for that, you have my guarantee that I will never use your email address for advertising, although I might use it to write you directly to comment or ask you about something. Your address will never be sold to anyone else or shared with anyone else either; I just don’t have the time to go back through all these comments looking for them, so it’s not happening.

With that said, it’s about as much as I’m commenting on this issue. I don’t have Adsense so I don’t have to post a Google warning. I don’t market to Europe, and I only have one affiliate product on this site, and I’ve only ever made 3 sales for all the years I’ve marketed it.

This means I’m not bothering with the EU and it’s GDPR nonsense. If you leave a comment and people don’t like it, that’s too bad. If you’re in the EU and leave a comment and people don’t like it and you want it removed… once again, that’s too bad. The EU might not think you’re adult enough to make proper decisions but someone has to teach people that adults need to think before they act. If it has to be me, so be it.

So, no cookie warnings. If I ever post anything on this blog that’s a link to an affiliate product, there will be a double line on the keywords so you’ll know that’s what it is. That’s the best I can do for you; I hope it’s appreciated.

Enjoy the blog and have a great day!

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