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Do you think it's more effective to be for or against something or someone?

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1. Patricia Pomerleau CEOExpressSelect Member
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     (1/2/2018 4:06:01 PM)
     Message ID #296018

This message is in response to Robert Fahrbach ( message id #296017 )  Back To All Messages

Please read the note below your post above. Changing your name to "night rider" doesn't change the fact that your link it too long.

It's technical, not personal.

Everything after a "?" in a link (if it exists) should be removed if you have a very long link. Not a big deal. We have a link character limit to stop bad players.

2. Robert Fahrbach CEOExpressSelect Member
     (1/3/2018 9:24:09 AM)
     Message ID #296020

This message is in response to Patricia Pomerleau ( message id #296018 )  Back To All Messages

Noted. (...and here I thought my sharp wit and penetrating perceptions had simply become to much for you to bear.)

Message edited by user at 1/3/2018 9:46:16 AM

3. D James
     (1/2/2018 6:02:01 PM)
     Message ID #296032

This message is in response to Patricia Pomerleau ( message id #296018 )  Back To All Messages

www.tinyurl.com

That miraculous link seems to be beyond the ability of plagiarists or the lazy to use.

Mr. Meyer is, in fact, a major proponent. I give him major props for at least that.

4. Tams Bixby CEOExpressSelect Member
     (1/2/2018 4:15:11 PM)
     Message ID #296052

This message is in response to Patricia Pomerleau ( message id #296018 )  Back To All Messages

There's one Very Major problem w/ using the tinyurl service and it goes as follows ...

By using the service you misdirect every link so NO ONE knows where they are actually being sent when they click on the tinyurl link.

In today's day and age of Phishing, Hacking, and all the rest of the less than honorable schemes to make money, steal identities, etc that are let run rampant on the web it's, at least in my case and opinion, far far too risky to use the service because of the possibility it got hacked or something.

Now I'm not claiming anyone on the forum would intentionally do something like that but the tinyurl service itself could get hacked and no one would know until it was too late. That's reason one.

And the second reason is that in order to get in the habit of not making that mistake on other websites, it has to be practiced on ALL websites and OTHER websites might have someone hanging around who is less scrupulous than those here.
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