Monday, October 3, 2005

The Lost Entry

It’s evident that AOL was uncomfortable with my decision to publicize the sn’s responsible for those annoying ads that are plaguing J-land, because I discovered this morning that the entry of October 1st had been deleted from our journal and archives. This doesn’t bother me unduly, because those sn’s are enshrined in my Word program.

In addition to the by now well-known sn’s, I have discovered five more in one of AOL’s own journals, their Daily Pulse Blog. It appears that the editor of that blog has made a lackadaisical and sloppy attempt to expunge some but by no means all of the ads, although they are certainly diligent in deleting one entry of ours.

The fact that (at least) ten sn’s exist suggests that the person or people responsible for disseminating these ads own at least two accounts.

We hope that AOL will in future be more diligent about policing their account holders.

Peace.

Bonnie and Malcolm Mott

6 comments:

louie0768 said...

if I recall, your post wasn't anywhere near as vulgar as those sn's comments.

AOL has some issues that they need to deal with and they don't do so very well. It's too bad that they had to delete an informational post such as that. You were only looking out for all of us in j-land. Thanks guys.

I too had the honor of their nastiness on my comments section but quickly deleted them and blocked their names from my journal.

queenbigo said...

Oh you've got to be kidding me?  I'm telling ya, if I get one more of those comments, I'm posting their names.  Ridiculious.

libragem007 said...

I can't believe they did that! that's ridiculous! What's going on with AOL??
Gem

judithheartsong said...

they deleted one of your entries?!?!?!?! judi

sunnyside46 said...

oh no! how scary is that !?
Marti

jcrazytrain said...

wonder if that has happened to me B4 ??? D