Re: Looking to find a custom photo ball marker
- From: BAR <BAR@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 13 Oct 2008 11:41:28 -0400
On Oct 8, 10:08 am, Bobby Knight <bkni...@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:On Wed, 8 Oct 2008 09:56:50 -0700 (PDT), None <kbarl...@xxxxxxxxxxx>
I want to put a few photos on someballmarkers. They need to beYou have to be kidding!!
protected from the weather and not just a picture glued to amarker. I
want to give them to my wife as a present. Any ideas on how to do this
or where to turn.
You posted SPAM forphotoball markers yesterday, at least someone
using the same IP address did.
___, \o | / \ . “Someone likes every shot”
Wow, you are like the spam guru of the world. We just started selling
PhotoBallMarkers and I wanted to see what other things were out their
and to gauge interest in the idea of phote ball markers as a product.
It was really a simple question, not meant to be advertising or
anything like that. Not sure, why this attack and all the research of
me and my site but that is OK by me. Be glad to answer any questions.
Didn't put anything in the post pointing to our www.photoballmarker.com
site or anything like that. The post was like one sentence, I think
the definition of spam has really gone crazy. Their were some actual
comment and I will be sure not to use this login to respond to any of
those. We did sent up a login called PhotoBallMarker and I will use it
to answer any question through this thread.
I did try to remove the original post, because it upset you.
Ken, you posted an advertisement to a non commercial USENET newsgroup which is by definition SPAM. If you had posted to rec.sport.golf.forsale nobody would have cared because that is where you get to advertise golf related items.
Ignorance, on your part, of the rules is not an excuse.
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