Looks like QAP and Advertising has got all mixed up.
I started to write a humorous piece about mail order brides. Immediately a message popped up warning me that blah blah endless blah warning manual moderation.
So I immediately deleted the piece - went to my blog, wrote it and published it. End of.
Except that when I was browsing the forums I was surprised to see not one, but two, adverts for Russian ladies at the bottom of the HP forums. Yep. Nice big adverts for mail order brides.
I guess if my piece had passed the quality control then the RS adverts would have leapt into action.
It is sort of funny. Do as I say not as I do.
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