Namaskaran back at you
Earlier today, Fleeky 1 submitted a Warning.
Thank you Fleeky.
I responded with the following:
Namaskaran back to you, Fleeky.
I think I am set to 'friends' so I have probably not seen as many spams as others may have.
A few have come through, well written but hinting of a foul odour.
I can see how WA could become a 'spamming paradise' with so many members throughout the world both active and inactive.
Fortunately we are safeguarded here for the most part. Unfortunately, there is still that minute percentage that cannot be accounted for that support keeps on top of.
What are your thoughts on the subject matter that is sometimes presented on the blog here that borderlines with our policies regarding God, Faith and Religion or as you say 'forbidden subjects.?'
Where do we draw the line before pushing the 'Scam' button? Is it a possible explosive issue?
Dear fellow WA people...
I personally am reluctant to express my views on certain 'forbidden subjects.'
For example, I steer away from getting into discussion on subjects like God,Money, how I approach God and how I make my money.
That information in good taste is not best expressed to strangers or even acquaintances.
I have an open mind that is always willing to learn and expand.
I'll ask the community as I did Fleeky...Where do we draw the line when we think it is 'spam.'
Are there different types of 'Spam?' Some that are good for you where others are just fillers?
Are these spammers trying to fulfill their MLM/Network Marketing dreams?
If I wanted to explore the MLM/Network Marketing dream, where would I start?
Google of course on my own but I would like some feedback from you the community where you would start.?
"If you are not living on the edge then you are taking up too much space."
Author unsure, but like the saying.