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Requests and Demands of the Mistress

 
Thanks so much again for visiting Death Quaker's Realm.

Rules are no fun and I try to avoid them unless necessary. I've got a few things I'd like to ask of you that will help us all be happy.

Linking
Wanna link to my site? Fabulous! Thank you! I would ask you to follow a few very, very simple guidelines–just as I would follow any guidelines anyone else would give to linking their page:

  1. Please include the name "Death Quaker" somewhere in your link. I humbly ask for credit where credit is due, first of all, and to be identified by my Internet avatar not by other random names or nicknames (for "Googling" purposes, you see).
  2. Please link to my main page (http://www.deathquaker.org) if at all possible and appropriate; if not please link to one of my main sub-pages, such as the main menu section for Writing or Gaming, for example. Separate links for my Utena and Tenchi pages are fine for links pages for those particular two animes.
  3. Please do not direct link to my blog. I don't want people thinking it's the primary feature of my site as it is on many other people's pages. My blog is mostly me rambling off to my friends who are bored at work and a place for me to vent; it is not the highlight of my site or anywhere near it.
  4. You don't have to, but I'd really appreciate your e-mailing me (a href="mailto:mistress@deathquaker.org">mistress@deathquaker.org" if you decide to link me! It's nice to know when people are giving me some PR–give me a chance to thank you! And moreover, a chance to know about it so I can link back to you.

Of course if you would like me to link to you, please let me know. I of course reserve the right not to if I don't think the content is appropriate (although it would have to be pretty nasty for me or at least horribly ungrammatical to think that).

Other Stuff
Have fun and explore! If you read my blog I welcome you to post a comment–all I ask is that you are reasonably polite and not excessively profane.

The Demand!
Give me feedback! I love it. I thrive on it. Unless of course it's rude, nonconstructive nonsense, which will be ignored. That doesn't mean I don't want negative comments or suggestions for improvements–I just prefer constructive, thoughtfully worded comments rather than childish strings of expletives that accomplish nothing.

Edit note: Well, I did love feedback. I have been forced by spammers and harassers to remove the means of contacting myself for now. I am sorry for the inconvenience. If you know me (as you probably do if you're reading this page) you will probably know how to get in touch with me.

Thank you once again for visiting and for kindly keeping these requests in mind.

 


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