... because usage expands to consume all available resources, then we're back to whining about lack of bandwidth again.
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Maybe, maybe not.
Could be anti-Palin types doing the dirty work to smear Palin supporters.
Such tactics are certainly standard fare for the "community organizer" crowd.
.. my will to play any Zynga games ever again.
Mainly because the typical Slashdot reader has no hope of ever getting married in the first place.
that Chome was "as good as dead"?
... out in my shed is a ZX-80.
But when I run across it I'm-a throw it out, not "bring it back."
Yeah, a "Cap and Trade" on obnoxiousness! Only we wouldn't really "cap" anything, we'd just sell indulgences for excess obnoxiousness.
But likey farm links aren't apps, though. Your only choice is to hide the user, or report it as spam.
Which actually sounds like good idea, now that I think about it.
... posts are those stupid likey-link-farm "likes". You can't comment on them, and you can't hide them unless you hide everything that your "friend" posts.
Sounds slimy to me.
We could call it the Ministry of Love (or MiniLuv, for short).
There's already a "Palin Effect."
Except it's usually called, "Palin Derangement Syndrome" (PDS).
Time to refer this person to miniluv for room 101 treatment.