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I am sure this has been posted but just in case- (Original Post) ruffburr Nov 2015 OP
Please explain what it is... I don't click on random links. Thx The Velveteen Ocelot Nov 2015 #1
No - I'm not clicking on it for two reasons csziggy Nov 2015 #2
What is it? ScreamingMeemie Nov 2015 #3
Why? What is your worry? nt Logical Nov 2015 #4
I'm computer-illiterate. ScreamingMeemie Nov 2015 #6
Good point. Seeing a unexpected picture could be upsetting. I also agree the OP needs context. nt Logical Nov 2015 #10
It's this edhopper Nov 2015 #5
Thanks! ScreamingMeemie Nov 2015 #7
No excerpt? How many times do we have to go over this? nt ChisolmTrailDem Nov 2015 #8
See #5 nt edhopper Nov 2015 #9


(34,149 posts)
2. No - I'm not clicking on it for two reasons
Sun Nov 22, 2015, 01:37 PM
Nov 2015

1) It's Facebook

2) You give absolutely no information as to why it would be worth clicking on the link

Even if it were useful or important information I would not "Share this with everyone you know" I will not spam my friends.


(68,918 posts)
6. I'm computer-illiterate.
Sun Nov 22, 2015, 01:52 PM
Nov 2015
I hate viruses (not a techie), and my job is purely on the Internets. (I also don't like shock pictures and got goatse'd once)

How have you been?


(33,985 posts)
5. It's this
Sun Nov 22, 2015, 01:51 PM
Nov 2015
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