Privacy Policy

I’m not collecting any more info about you than necessary. Certainly less than most folks. IP addresses are in the logs. They only get kept for a few months though, and I don’t actively do anything with the info.

I don’t sell any info. I don’t use any info except for random curiosity. I’m pretty lazy, and not all that curious.

If you click on a link to a product at Amazon or Zazzle,  those sites follow you with a cookie and pay me a commission on anything you might buy.

If you post a comment, I’ll get your email address. The only thing I’ll use that for is to ask you to re-phrase a comment before I can let it thru. I don’t give anyone your email address.

There’s nothing secret going on here. That I’m aware of.

Do you know something I don’t know?  Do you want to know something that I do know? Then email me:  Lyle Verbilion (at) From What I Can Tell (dot) com.

2 Responses to Privacy Policy

  1. Zak Elcock says:

    To Whom it May Concern,

    Honeyville, an online leader in baking and food storage supplies, has transitioned from our webpage URL of to We are reaching out to you because we have noticed that you currently have a number of links on your website that send followers to our old domain, or products listed in our old domain. Please feel free to visit us now at, view our store pages and products, and find the products you have listed on your current website. Once you do find them, we ask that you update the current URL links you have on your page to reflect the new page listing.

    If you have any questions regarding Honeyville and our products, please feel free to respond to this email, and we can help you out as best we can.

    Thank you for your continued support of Honeyville.

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