Don’t be a BRAKE!
When I first started building AXCEL STYLE, my first aim was to provide help for global MADKID fans who don’t live in Japan. However, I’ve been noticing myself that the site is slowly growing and that I’ve also been posting news and updates about MADKID rather than just posting site or guide updates. Originally also, I decided not to add a commenting system because of it. But then I figured that some visitors may want to have some opinions or suggestions and want to be heard in public.
So, here is a short commenting policy for AXCEL STYLE. Please read and be aware of the policy below. Thank you.
- The #1 RULE of AXCEL STYLE commenting: DON’T BE A BRAKE! If you don’t know what a brake is, other than what it really means, then you can take a guess.
- Be respectful to one another, as well as the author of the blog post. It’s a good thing to share thoughts and opinions, but please, don’t cause any sort of fan wars, hating on everything, or any form of trolling. 1
- All “advertising” links on comments will be deleted unless if they’re related to MADKID, J-Pop, or Asian Pop in general. Keep in mind that the comments are for discussions within AXCEL STYLE or MADKID, not for promoting yourself or anything else unrelated.
- First-time commenters will be moderated. Don’t be alarmed when your comment isn’t posted right away. They will be moderated first.
- Please stay on topic. Sometimes a discussion can stray off topic, and if it’s still somewhat related to the subject, it’s fine. However, if it’s something else that’s completely off-topic, whether if it’s unrelated to the post, the site, or MADKID, they will be deleted without question.
And again, just in general, don’t be a BRAKE.
Questions? Feel free to holler at me anytime.
- I don’t like mentioning this, and I apologize if this may sound insulting, but it needs to be said. MADKID is a J-Pop group. Fandoms in J-Pop are not warmongers in comparison to a lot of K-Pop fandoms. Please do not bring your K-Pop “mannerisms” in here. No one is better than the other and learn to appreciate all artists/groups and the music they make for us. That’s all I’m saying.