We want you to feel at home when you post a comment on MyMedic, and we also want everyone else to feel the same. We don’t know what your home is like, but we know how we expect people to behave when they're coming over to eat pizza or practice karate. That’s why we reserve the right to delete any/all comments and ban users if needed. Keep it clean and feel free to disagree... respectfully.
Our top three house rules are simple:
- Be kind.
- Brush your teeth.
- No horseplay.
You only get one first date. Make a good first impression and maybe you'll get invited over to watch a movie and cuddle. Here’s what we like to see in the comments and who knows, maybe top-shelf comments/feedback will get some cool stuff their way:
Weigh in with informed ideas that have a point. Not going anywhere for a while... with your comments? We'll grab a Snickers and you grab some time to put your thoughts together.
Here are the types of comments we’ll do our best to get rid of:
Promoting your own brand, product, or blog. So you’ve got a new thingamabob that'll change the world and you want us to sell it. Great. Message us through our contact form you Elon Musk, you.
Impersonating authors or other commenters. We can’t believe we have to say this, but dude: Don’t do that. It’s weird.
Comments unrelated to the article or product. Did you look up one morning and all of a sudden you're middle-aged, you smell like wet carpet and your only joy in life is telling us we suck? Keep it in your pants Turbo McAngryface. Send us a private message because no one else cares.
Comments that are completely out of left field. Sometimes discussions veer off a bit but are still related to the original subject. That is fine. Hijacking the conversation to promote off-topic thoughts of yours is not.
Threats against anyone. It's the internet people and we're a First Aid company - whatever it is, it doesn't matter that much. If you get crazy you can expect a taser to the face.
Trolls. If you’re just out for a good trolling and are not contributing meaningfully to the conversation, we’ll be pushing you back under the bridge.