I’m intrigued. :-)
I’ll make it short. I’ll try…
I read the following article on yahoo (I have an email account with yahoo, so I go there from time to time). The link to the article (interesting to read):
Legions facing layoffs turn to parties, Internet (link doesn’t work anymore).
I feel I should write a comment, and I write down the following one:
“When people don’t work, they meet. It’s about time. Thank God, there’s no job. Jobs were a pathetic joke people played on themselves, and it wasn’t funny anymore. Or was it? Well, it means that the whole circus could start again after a while (in months or years or centuries from now), and there would be enough candidates to rebuild the Big Error, many candidates still under hypnosis, even after generations. Who was this circus guy who used to say that there’s one born every minute?…”
Then I click to send the message.
I receive immediately this message:
“Oops! The comment you entered contained abusive language. Please re-enter and try again. POST YOUR COMMENT HELP”
It’s the second time it happens. I tried to contact Yahoo before, to ask what was “abusive” in the message. They never answered. I won’t ask them this time.
I have two questions:
1 – Did something similar happened to you before on yahoo? Or elsewhere?
2 – Am I missing something, and is there anything “abusive” contained in the message I sent?
It’s funny. I’m intrigued.
I followed up on this: