Yes. The topic is in all CAPS. But who cares about manners here, much less the Yahoo puppet monitors? None of us are allowed to post links unless “white listed”, so apparently Yahoo has white listed spam links. Apparently there is some under the table “spamola payola” going on here, maybe to have a new re-decorated executive suite nursery. But what else should we expect when the company’s top dog is a Democrat. Check out her (Melissa Mayer’s) donations to the BHO campaign for El Presidente. For most middle class Americans that would be more than a year’s salary (until the banksters and the politicos destroy the value a year from now).
Sorry. Yahoo doesn’t “white list” Internet links for reference to the above.
Now some of you who read this must be thinking that the authors of this message are taking some extraordinary risks of being “deleted”. Consider the following:
“They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.”
So take the lead of the HapiWondrers. All these executive suite hot-shots will react to is if they are shamed, or you can just roll over and contemplate your poverty stricken future.
In case no one has noticed, a new word has been created called, “spamola”.
The word, "spamola", does not exist as yet in any dictionary, but it should. It is a combination of “spam” and “payola”. Payola is recognized as paying surreptitiously for broadcasting , usually music, as if it was a popularly selected piece that has been broadcast free of charge by the music’s authors, when in fact it was a case of pay for broadcast.
All here are well aware of what spam is.
Therefore, “spamola” is the practice, in this case by Yahoo, of disregarding obvious spam, as if it is free advice, when in fact payment was made so those who posted it would not get their posts deleted.