Posting a Comment
As part of reducing Mari’s volunteer hours in Bicycling Monterey’s 8th year, comments submitted may not be posted promptly. See contact page for alternate ways to communicate (e.g., phone, postal mail).
The comment system is intended to be quick and easy. If you find it isn’t, please let me know.
- In support of Bicycling Monterey’s overall policies (i.e., #8 below), anonymous comments will not be posted. If you have a special need to use a pseudonym, feel free to contact me about alternatives.
- It is not necessary to subscribe to this site in order to make a comment.
- You may offer a comment at the end of any post.
- Pages–unlike posts–aren’t set up for comments. If you don’t see a place to enter a comment, chances are you’re on a page. If you have input about pages, please contact me.
- If a comment does not get posted, please let me know. Chances are it got caught in the spam filter, or my available volunteer hours are temporarily quite limited.
- Generally, I don’t reply to comments, unless they include a question. If you’d like a reply, please contact me.
- Kindly note Bicycling Monterey’s policy about…
I’ve got a beef about biking! *%@#^!
- On January 27, 2012, I noted this statement by Erik Schmidt of Santa Cruz: “The number of blogs with ‘rants’ in the title is a testament to the fact that on the Internet, rants are not only accepted, but encouraged. Where else but on the Internet is it a weird badge of honor to be someone who rants?”
- Erik’s statement reflects the values of the Bicycling Monterey website. If your comment addresses a challenge, keeping the tone positive is requested.
Bicycling Monterey is a place to share the joys of biking, along with related ideas for boosting healthier communities and a more sustainable planet. Please help keep the focus here on solutions to challenges.