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Your feedback has been tremendous, so tremendous that I thought it might be useful to explain which comments will or will not be posted.
I want to encourage comment, debate, and conversation on Pak Spin—the people must be heard—but some rules are required to ensure that the blog is respectable, reactive, relevant, and rip-roaring fun.
1 Abusive or discourteous comments will not be posted 2 Libellous comments will not be posted 3 Off-topic comments will not be posted (this might include comments that start a side debate about a post by another commenter) 4 Comments longer than 150-175 words will not be posted (that’s the size of the window that I can see to moderate the comments) 5 Comments that do not include a name for the commenter will not be posted 6 Comments that do not include an email address will be not be posted 7 If I discover the email address is a fake, the comment will not be posted/will be deleted 8 Suggestions for playing elevens will not be posted (on the grounds that they become tedious reading after the hundredth batting order) 9 I reserve the right to edit the comment as I see fit before posting (without consultation with the commenter) 10 The blogger’s decision (ie mine) is final
Kamran Abbasi is an editor, writer and broadcaster. He tweets hereFeeds: Kamran Abbasi
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Kamran Abbasi is an editor, writer and broadcaster. He was the first Asian columnist for Wisden Cricket Monthly and wisden.com. Kamran is the editor of the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine. @KamranAbbasi