I've been makin' sweet, sweet love to my F5 key for a while now, between checkin' back here and glancin' over some of the great stuff at C3. Currently it seems like eShroom's posts are getting deleted within 1 second, which is way out of my reach. Earlier they were lasting closer to 3 seconds, which is already pretty tight, but still possible to snap up. Whoever is deleting them that fast is a maniac, I tells ya!
Yep. Hero side may have less members, but hey, look at Yoshi's Island 2; all those Koopas outnumbering Mario just got him an easy 1-up!
-------------------- Pepper your angus.
Location: The Demented World that exists inside your closet.
One's Fate may be up to their choice, but the Wind's snuff out evil, 'tis the Fate of all the deceitful to face justice. Regardless, they're falling back on their failed advertisement, saying it was a ploy until they got the radio. Do you buy any of this?
One's Fate may be up to their choice, but the Wind's snuff out evil, 'tis the Fate of all the deceitful is always ruin. Regardless, they're falling back on their failed advertisement, saying it was a ploy until they got the radio. Do you buy any of this?
It seems that it all come down to what some one will choose.
I would take none of what they are trying to do.
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I agree wiht RogueBlade, I realy don't think they'll get banned, considering some staff members and even Kieran himself has a negative karma, besides that would decrease the site activity a lot durring those days.
I say badges should be distributed on both sides though, maybe the vilians could get a negative badge.
So did anyone else notice their latest advertisement?
Originally posted by eShroom Corp
Hello. This is the CEO of eShroom Corp writing an open letters to CEOs everywhere.
We've all been there: You're desperate to get your products sold, so you find a clump of websites to advertise on. However, those selfish assholes use automated processes to erase your spam. Well, no more!
Introducing the eShroom Corp SpamGuard Pro, the best (as far as we know, and we didn't bother researching it, as we're really sure of ourselves) protection against automated deletion of your advertisement.
The nerds in charge of writing the code tell me that they use something called an "all-gore-ittim" (I hear it's some new technology for coding awesomeness) to detect automated deletion of advertisement by reticulating parametric usage histograms.
...you know what? We here at eShroom Corp are proud of making at least mostly functional products, but this sounds like bullshit. Something like this would never work. Forget we brought it up. My apologizes.
Let's hope this thing works as badly as their other products, or we could be in real trouble...