I enjoy an interesting, lively discussion, especially on this particular subject. I appreciate everyone's input.
Let's face it . Spam doesn't sell anymore. I'll tell you what, though ... if I had a nickel for every spammy, scammy, piece of junk mail I receive every day, I could be driving a Rolls Royce!
I would concur with many of you and advise others to keep their finger pulsed on their D-E-L-E-T-E button.
Bob has made a very valid point. Kudos to you, Bob! By the way, I think we should come up with an alternate word for "friend" to use in reference to social networking sites. To me, "friend" has a very different connotation and meaning than the way it's thrown around online.
For example, I currently have 694 "friends" on DirectMatches who continuously attempt to slam 'n' jam me with obnoxious, unwelcomed advertisements and offers.
Is that really what FRIENDS are for??!
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