KatySays.com Legal Mumbo-Jumbo
Dear readers. Right now, you are reading my blog of your own free will. If someone is making you read this blog against your will, please contact the appropriate authorities. This is not a medical-advice blog, but an entertaining (hopefully) examination of the physical sciences applied to the human body. And other things I find interesting, like Saturday Night Fever. You are taking this information at your own risk.
Copyright policy. Unless otherwise noted, katysays.com is the legal copyright holder of the material (video and written) of this blog. It may not be used, reprinted, or published without my written consent. But, if you really like it, please email me because I’m pretty interested in as many people knowing how they work, and we can work something out.
Lovely readers, I will not put you on spam lists, or sell your information, ever! However, I do require blog registration in order to post. This is due to the ever-increasing SPAM and anonymous/fake/confusing emails I get every day. I also am not responsible for things other people say…like in the comments section. Please understand that there are many people with their own particular areas of expertise or opinion, and this is a free country. I am open to any comment as long as it is not:
1. Purposefully rude or offensive to others or to me.
2. Coming from an anonymous source.
I am not responsible for the actions of any advertisers or sponsors. I don’t have either one of these things, but, if you, the reader, purchase a product or service based upon a link from this blog, you, the reader must take action with that company to resolve any issues. And no, I don’t have any extra batteries.
Emails and posts that are written to katysays.com are read by myself, and/or staff in charge of dealing with the bulk of email we receive. I try to answer as many as I can, but please understand:
1. This is a blog about general human body alignment and function.
2. Being a blog, you cannot use this site for diagnosing or treating medical conditions; just like you can’t use it for ironing your pants, changing your oil, or taking you to Disneyland.
3. If you have, or feel you might have, a medical condition, you should talk to your doctor. For an oil change, a mechanic. For Disneyland, your cousin who lives in Orange County.
I do not keep emails after answering or deciding not to answer them. The posted comments, however, are archived on the site.
I will not publish your emails outside of comments without contacting your and receiving your permission first. I will not publish your comments or emails in any book, column, or upcoming article without receiving your written permission first. If you write something funny, however, I will tell all of my friends