Comment policy

The Beatles Bible gets dozens of comments each day. They are all manually pre-approved by the site owner (Joe) before they get published on the site. There may therefore be a delay between your comments being posted and published.

The site owner reserves the right to edit for length and/or content.

Please leave comments that are relevant to the page you’re posting on. Off-topic messages may be ignored, although the Fab Forum is a more appropriate place for more freewheeling discussions. Please consider paying that a visit.

Comments which say little more than “I really like this song” are unlikely to be published. Please try to be engaging and original.

Abusive or trolling comments will not be approved. This isn’t YouTube. Avoid profanity or offensive statements. Be civil towards your fellow Beatles fans.

Spam messages will be deleted. Those messages not automatically filtered will be zapped by hand.

Although this site has a translation facility, comments not in the English language may be discarded.

You can respond to other comments, although this option disappears after a certain number of replies. Comment threads can be a maximum of six deep; any more and there will not be the option to reply to the last comment in the sequence. This isn’t anything to do with censorship; the way they’re indented would make any more comments very narrow and unreadable.

The Beatles Bible is the work of one person, and a great many hours has gone into its creation. However, it is not a business. There is no obligation on the site owner’s behalf towards any visitor or commentor. If your message isn’t published, please don’t take it personally.