Of course the post was deleted and the user blocked.
Today I've got an e-mail from said user asking why his IP was blocked. I replied that spamming is not allowed and it won't be unlocked.
He then replied with this "sorry, I didn't know answering someone's question was spam. I am disappointed".
It is spam when you reply with loads of links to your own business. If you want advertising, we are happy to offer you an option, charging for the space used.
He was disappointed?
I am disappointed. Actually I shouldn't be, because how many people think the Internet is a "free for all" land?
A lot of people think that everything on the Internet should be free - free content, free links to their businesses.
How wrong they are.
They seem to forget there are costs involved in running a web site, producing content, keeping an infrastructure.
What a bunch of clowns.
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