Are You Having Problems With Your Cat?

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Are You Having Problems With Your Cat?

Post by tabbylove » Wed, 10 Dec 2008 15:41:32



Are you having problems with your cat? Would you like some help in
trying to resolve those problems? I may be able to help. I have some
helpful advice at http://justbyjulies-cats.blogspot.com/ on cat
behaviour.
 
 
 

Are You Having Problems With Your Cat?

Post by bastXXXe.. » Wed, 10 Dec 2008 18:41:36


 > Are you having problems with your cat? Would you like some help in
 > trying to resolve those problems? I may be able to help. I have some
 > helpful advice at http://erased on purpose.com/ on cat
 > behaviour.

Doesn't this address sound familiar? Adrian, I think you tagged this
one as spam about a week ago, when s/he pretended to post a question
about his/her cat.

--
Joyce   ^..^

(To email me, remove the X's from my user name.)

 
 
 

Are You Having Problems With Your Cat?

Post by Adria » Wed, 10 Dec 2008 19:51:15


Quote:

> Are you having problems with your cat? Would you like some help in
> trying to resolve those problems? I may be able to help. I have some
> helpful advice at blogspot.com/ on cat
> behaviour.

This is the second time you've posted here what amounts to a spam for your
blog. The first time I ignored it, I won't in future.

CHARTER: rec.pets.cats.anecdotes

This unmoderated group is for the telling of cat stories. They can be
stories of your cat, someone else's cat or just a cat you've seen somewhere
else. The stories can be humorous or sad but should steer clear of
advocating animal cruelty in any form.
Postings advocating animal cruelty in any form are forbidden.

Cross-posting is discouraged.

Commercial advertising in general is prohibited.

With the exception of PGP (and any other similar schemes) keys, no binaries
are allowed in this group. Binaries should be posted in the appropriate
binary group with a short message directing the reader to the file location
posted here.

 
 
 

Are You Having Problems With Your Cat?

Post by Adria » Wed, 10 Dec 2008 19:57:06


Quote:


>> Are you having problems with your cat? Would you like some help in
>> trying to resolve those problems? I may be able to help. I have some
>> helpful advice at http://erased on purpose.com/ on cat
>> behaviour.

> Doesn't this address sound familiar? Adrian, I think you tagged this
> one as spam about a week ago, when s/he pretended to post a question
> about his/her cat.

The place to report blogspot spam is here.
http://help.blogger.com/?page=troubleshooter.cs&problem=&ItemType=spa...
--
Adrian (Owned by Snoopy, Bagheera & Shadow)
Cats leave pawprints on your heart
http://community.webshots.com/user/clowderuk
 
 
 

Are You Having Problems With Your Cat?

Post by Ted Davi » Wed, 10 Dec 2008 22:48:46


Quote:

> Cross-posting is discouraged.

Cross posting?  That spam is *multiposted* to a number of cat groups.
Multiposting is *evil*, even when it isn't spam.

--

 
 
 

Are You Having Problems With Your Cat?

Post by ScratchMonke » Thu, 11 Dec 2008 02:52:28



Quote:
> Cross posting?  That spam is *multiposted* to a number of cat groups.
> Multiposting is *evil*, even when it isn't spam.

Agreed. Cross-posting, when relevant to all groups, is preferred.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crossposting

 
 
 

Are You Having Problems With Your Cat?

Post by jmcquow » Thu, 11 Dec 2008 04:15:39



Quote:


>> Cross posting?  That spam is *multiposted* to a number of cat groups.
>> Multiposting is *evil*, even when it isn't spam.

> Agreed. Cross-posting, when relevant to all groups, is preferred.

No dear, we discourage cross-posting.  It merely encourages SPAM and
trolling.

Jill

 
 
 

Are You Having Problems With Your Cat?

Post by john sumne » Thu, 11 Dec 2008 08:55:04



Quote:

> No dear, we discourage cross-posting.  It merely encourages SPAM and
> trolling.

> Jill

Like when some troll cross posts it to alt.usenet.kooks
and the last thing this group needs is those morons here
 
 
 

Are You Having Problems With Your Cat?

Post by Chery » Thu, 11 Dec 2008 12:00:26



Quote:


>> No dear, we discourage cross-posting.  It merely encourages SPAM and
>> trolling.

>> Jill

> Like when some troll cross posts it to alt.usenet.kooks
> and the last thing this group needs is those morons here

You don't have to respond to it, or just remove the offending groups.
Cross-posting is definitely better than multi-posting.
 
 
 

Are You Having Problems With Your Cat?

Post by john sumne » Thu, 11 Dec 2008 22:44:19



Quote:

> You don't have to respond to it, or just remove the offending groups.
> Cross-posting is definitely better than multi-posting.

I do not try to cross post,and it really depends on who you are cross
posting too<G>