Help me get this bizarre story out. It just snowed like crazy in southern France, on May 15th WTF
http://hubpages.com/_1fobr8he2hlgx/hub/ … nce-in-May
stop spamming the forums please. this is the third thread you posted on the topic.
Huppages has been getting a lot of spam lately, at least I have been getting a lot of spam lately.
Misha is a secret agent sent to surf the forums and compile information on people. Be careful what you say, he has the power to make you disappear.
thats good to know. Hopefully he and I are on good terms.
I am glad we are cool Misha, I do like you and you seem like a pretty cool guy.
I'm sorry I forgot the TOS, I'll be more careful in the future, but seriously this is not spam. I'm sure someone can come up with a technical definition of spam being info that is unwanted being sent to you or something. That is like the US president saying the US not in a recession because a recession technically means 2 quarters of slow growth or whatever. I'm not selling anything or scamming you, I was just trying to show some pictures of a freak snowstorm in southern France. I get nothing out of this.
It's all cool and just when you do it once. We all could go and see and discuss. When you posted the second thread, people start thinking wtf? When you posted third thread, it becomes "unwanted" and people want to stop this happening. You killed your own case and nobody takes it seriously. Do you follow?
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