When a comment is posted by a user, he is the only one who can see it until it goes through an initial automated screening process that looks for certain words, phrases, and blacklisted IDs. If it passes the initial screening, it is then sent to a queue until it is scanned for content by one of the many people who do the editing. This process has to be done quickly as we get hundreds of comments. They have to make quick decisions. In general if the comment is relevant to the topic and adds new/pertinent information to the comment thread; is respectful to all; does not attack another comment/person; is not sarcastic; is not racial; does not contain a website link, blog link, religious message, profanity, or diguised profanity (i.e., What the F); and does not promote or try and sell something, you shouldn't have a problem.
If you no longer see your comment, it means it did not make it through the screening/editing process.
We are not given reasons why comments are not approved.
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