Re: Traveling Portfolio

From: Dave Rose ^lt;>
Date: 09/09/04-08:08:40 PM Z
Message-id: <005901c496db$178edf60$26cc9045@dave6m4323wvj7>

I've had nothing but bad experiences with Yahoo, Hotmail, Angelfire, Tripod,
and countless other "free" internet huckster sites. The endless pop-ups and
banners are bad enough. The registration and password prompts are even
worse. You're not alone brother!

Best regards,
Dave in Big Wonderful Wyoming

> I, for one, am sorry to hear that. I would love to see the images
> but have
> no intentions of logging into Yahoo and receiving further unwanted spam.
> still don't understand why they couldn't have been posted to a simple
> website that does not require identification and logging in. Jeffrey was
> offering to simplify the situation which I feel could have been done in
> first place but, as it wasn't , Jeffrey was trying to help. I tried all of
> the other URLs that have been send and EVERY ONE required setting up an
> account with Yahoo. Am I alone in wanting to avoid this?
Received on Thu Sep 9 20:08:39 2004

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