I’d just like to take a quick moment and thank everyone who reads, shares, and contributes to the blog. You’ve all added much more insight, color, and depth to the subject of Old Money than I could have ever done on my own.
One thing I’m particularly grateful for is that, as best I can recall, I’ve never had to articulate any set of Rules for Reader Comments. While we’ve disagreed on some aspects of this culture, the disagreements have remained focused on the issues, and the merits of each side’s arguments, and have never become personal. I don’t like censorship of information. I’m happy that I haven’t been forced into that role by comments that cross a line.
The opinions expressed by readers here have always been appropriate in language and tone. I’ve never had to say that we don’t do snarky, mean, racist, condescending, vulgar, or rude.
It’s a compliment to the Old Money culture that the people who stumble upon this blog, contribute to it, and share it with their friends are aware of the Unwritten Rules that govern so much of what we think, how we act, and what we believe.
Again, thank you.