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Saturday, October 13, 2012
Blinds.com and Rush Limbaugh
BlindsDotCom Blinds.com giving a blind eye to Rush Limbaugh ads. Many Rush Limbaugh sponsors do not want too many people to know they advertise on the sexist, bigoted, hate mongering show, that the Rush Limbaugh represents, from Monday to Friday, 3 hours a day, year after year after year. But you can fight back. Yes, keep your children safe by turning off the radio. Make sure the MP3 player doesn't have an AM/FM receiver. that helps, and if you are a fan of Rush Limbaugh, you don't need to read any further. Just go on. Now Facebook has many censorship mechanisms. One that is really nasty is that, once you are determined to be an unwanted commentator, your posts are made invisible to the rest of the world, or at least the rest of the wold that are not your Facebook friends, but can be seen by you. Really nasty. You could be typing away, laying out your best arguments at the best time, which is right after the transgression is noted, and have absolutely no idea that you are typing to yourself with no audience. If you go to the Blinds.com Facebook do not write "Rush" or "Limbaugh". They have these words automatically screened. Your whole post, that you spent good time on, is never seen. Use some misspelling. Then at least some employee has to make the unconscionable decision to squelch you. And if you use Blinds.com, please, do ask for the 50% Rush Limbaugh discount. Tell them that the blinds are stained with the memories and association to a ugly fat bigot that you don't want in your house. The following is a link to the Facebook thread where I was banned: http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10151262199790746&set=a.153026390745.141849.94611890745 give them some of your mind, and tell them Knot sent you. And this is what the discussion looked like before I was banned:
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