Disclaimers

The following is in no way, shape or form meant to be an all inclusive list of the things which we cannot, for obvious reasons, do for you, but it is a good start!

First and foremost, it must be understood by all that www.davidmint.com, like parachuting and Irish car bombs, is undertaken or consumed at one’s own risk.  We accept no responsibility for anything you may or may not choose to do as a result of reading or, heaven forbid, actually sitting down to seriously ponder whatever it is that we have written.

Further, nothing we have written or presented a www.davidmint.com should in any way be construed as investment, tax, medical, or any sort of advice that is normally doled out by persons who are much more qualified than ourselves.  In fact, reading and listening to us has been known to be detrimental to one’s health, wealth, and status in the criminal justice system.

Even further, we make no representations regarding the factual or fictional nature of what you may read at www.davidmint.com.  We are simply sharing whatever it is we feel like sharing and can’t be troubled with the burden of proof that the world seems to place on serious journalists.

Now, we are compelled to mention something about third party links.  What was it?  Ah, yes…

In your time spent browsing The Mint, you may encounter links which lead you to domains other than www.davidmint.com.  As a practical matter, it is important to understand that these links are provided solely for convenience.  As a rule, internet domains outside of www.davidmint.com are naturally beyond our control and any browsing or other activity which you perform at those sites is done so entirely at your own risk and, and www.davidmint.com and any related parties accept absolutely no liability for any linked sites or their content.

To reiterate, any link from www.davidmint.com  to an external web site does not imply or mean that we endorse or accept any responsibility for the content or the use of such web site. 

Further, The Mint does not give any representation regarding the quality, safety, suitability, or reliability of any external web sites or any of the content or materials contained in them.  It is extremely important for users to take necessary precautions, especially to ensure appropriate safety from viruses, worms, Trojan horses and other potentially destructive items that roam the internet.

When visiting external web sites, users should review those web sites’ privacy policies and other terms of use to learn more about, what, why and how they collect and use any personally identifiable information.

Now that we have, for the moment, effectively dismantled and destroyed any and all faith and reliance that human beings and their websites were never meant to provide, please proceed and enjoy www.davidmint.com at your leisure and convenience.

We pray we can be of humble service to you!

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