If I'm ever sued, this site will go up for sale for the amount of damages sought, along with posting any documents I receive. If you think you can copyright a letter you send to me, go for it.
I'm still learning about blog design and I've found a problem when viewing this blog. It does not behave properly in small browser windows and if your display resolution is less than 1280 pixels wide and/or you are viewing the blog in a window less than 980 pixels blog wide, the right side bar is pushed below any visible post. I've searched the web and looked at the code for hours but can't find the problem. My next step, when I get the time, is to recreate the blog with a new template. Advice is appreciated.

Monday, June 1, 2009

Three Month Anniversary & Editorial Policy

Today marks the three month anniversary of First Transit Employee Rights Blog and over 1000 unique visitors (based on IP address) to the blog. Perhaps now is a good time to restate the editorial policy since the blog seems to have caught the attention of many of the folks mentioned and a number of large law firms, representing both labor and management.

The opinions expressed are mine and mine alone - I take full responsibility for anything I write. I research, to the best of my ability, any story I present as fact and again take full responsibility for what I write.

I am human and will make mistakes from time to time but I believe everything I write to be true. Still, I advise the reader to consider what I write as a biased view and to verify my "facts"; the same advice I'd give regarding anything they read or hear. I believe a healthy dose of skepticism is a good thing. 

Anyone is welcome to comment, criticize, applaud or even tell me I'm a moron. I will edit for civility but never for an idea. If anyone would like to be published, they can reply to a post or send me an email with a post they'd like to see - keep it decent and it will get  posted  intact. 

If you can get any fairer than that, let me know how.

Image courtesy of the Jolly Roger Animation Gallery

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