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The Perfect Solution For The Spam Problem

Our newest buddy, Davidson, is proposing the perfect solution for the spam problem - Spoogle.
we will have to develop another Google you need a competitor in this field if not nobody can make any income from the point you are driving at and soon if your opinion goes through you will have lesser people patronizing Google and blogger and Google affiliates mark my word for that.

This is the best news of the week. The spammers can have their own
  • Advertising platform.
  • Blogging platform.
  • Browser.
  • Email system.
  • Search engine.
They can PTC, PTS, and PTW all they want. And yes, there would be lesser (sic) people in Google. Count the number of spammers in Google right now, subtract them, and add them all to Sploogle. Good riddance. Don't block the door, on the way out.

Oh, if life was so simple.

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