Deconstructing Taekwon-Do

Comment policy

I encourage comments. They’re a great way to add richness to a post, even if you disagree with me. However, I want to keep discussions productive, so I’ve put a few rules in place.


You are free to post essentially whatever you’d like to say as long as you:

  • Keep the comments civil: no personal attacks or anything resembling harassment or abuse.
  • Don’t post spam or anything that looks like spam.
  • Don’t post links that are irrelevant to the conversation.

Breaking this rule means your post will be edited or even deleted. Repeatedly breaking this rule will get you banned.

In addition to the reasons I’ve mentioned above, I reserve the right to edit or delete any post at my discretion if I feel it is seriously detracting from the conversation.

Logging in

I encourage you to log in to the third party app of your choice when posting a comment so everyone knows you’re a real person. Logging in also gives you access to additional features related to your comments. However, you are free to post anonymously as a guest.


You retain ownership of any comment you post, but agree to grant me an irrevocable, non-exclusive, worldwide, royalty-free license to use it. I am not responsible for any liability that may result from a comment that you make. All comments are yours and yours alone.