Re: Re: [PBML] Report spam to Yahoo!
- From: Mike Dillinger <miked@...>
> How much were you paid for that comment?Brush it aside of course. I guess you'd sue the restaurant instead.
> If you can't handle being a moderator, you shouldn't be one. The job
> of a moderator is to police the list for situations just like these
> (as well as others). I agree with the poster that said all new
> members should be moderated until they have proven they can contribute
> If you start a list on Yahoo or MSN where spammers basically make most
> of their money, then you have to be willing to do the moderator job as
> it is clearly defined on the Internet. I have absolutely zero
> sympathy for someone who starts a list/group and walks away,
> especially when you can elect others to help moderate the list with a
> simple click of the mouse. We call that "lack of support" in the real
> If you went to a restaurant and ordered a meal and there was hair on
> it, would you brush it aside or call the manager? Enough said.
Noone is paid to moderate the list. So if a moderator does ban the
know spammers he/she's actually doing more than you paid for. If you
can't handle receiving an ocassional spam you should nto be on the
internet. Enough said.
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