We receive numerous comments per day and each and everyone of them gets deleted by the automated plugin that dumps ANY comment with a URL.
I am sorry, but that is simply the way the system works. Also if you have a @mail.ru address your comment will be auto dumped. Sorry, bottom line is that is a domain which is blocked. That will not change.
So do not be an idiot and try to spam the site, your efforts will go unrewarded. Contribute viable comments, or go somewhere else. Do not forget to check off the I am Not a Robot Box that is located below the submit button, BEFORE you Press “Submit”.
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Incidentally, I killed off 89 complete dead-weight users this evening. Not a single login, not a single comment, nor a single attempt at a post….bye-bye!
Chinese retailer Gearbest.com is offing up some great deals on a variety of Chuwi laptops and tablets from today through June 6th.
Just a few examples are listed below. Starting with the Chuwi Lapbook 12.3. Which sports a 12.3 inch IPS display with a resolution of 2736 x 1824 resolution. It also has a dual core Celeron N3450 with 1.1 GHz up to 2.2 GHz speed. Additionally it offers Windows 10 Home, 6 gb ram and 64 gb eMMC for storage.
The price is a mere $319 on this one and it includes an accessory package with a sleeve and a wireless mouse. That is a pretty good deal based on the specs.
Additionally they have the Chuwi 14.1 Notebook marked down to $235. This is the one that can be upgraded with an SSD quite easily.
Also on the list you will find the Chuw Hi12 for $220. That is a really good price for an excellent 12 inch Tablet with a great display and fantastic battery life! I actually own one of these and it is what I am using as I write this post!
We have roughly 75 registered users on this site and quite a few visitors per day. However participation is absolutely nil.
I will explain this as simply as possible. Anyone can leave a comment, but if you put in a URL in your comment, the system will auto delete it. If you don’t scroll all the way down and check off the recaptcha box, the system will auto delete it, or at least warn you.
Do not waste your time trying to advertise your website, because it simply ain’t gonna happen kiddies.
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Follow the rules, be courteous and perhaps we will actually get some conversations going.
If you are one of the lucky ones out there who is hard to buy for during the holidays because you tell everyone you don’t need/want anything, then you invariably end up with cash.
That being the case, you might just want to take a look at RefurBees. They are a retailer specializing in refurbished products such as desktops, laptops and monitors.
They have an excellent reputation and some darn good deals, especially if you are headed back to school after the holidays and need a good laptop!
Keep in mind that the bleeding edge stuff out there is great, but it can cost a bundle! A good solid laptop that isn’t bleeding edge, but can still process all your documents and emails and web needs is what you actually need, although it may not be what you want.
Save yourself a few dollars and get a refurbished machine that can get the job done and use the rest of that holiday cash for rent, insurance and gasoline, (or maybe a few beers).
The laptop pictured above is a really good deal with Win 10 Pro, an Intel Core i5 processor and a 320 gb hard drive for only $229 delivered. That is merely an example. Visit their site and see what you can find!
Another example is this HP EliteBook Folio UltraBook 9470M for only $299. With Windows 10, 4 gb ram and a Core i5 processor, this is a great deal! Get a laptop bag for only $5.00 more, yeah, that is a great deal. Click the image below for all the details.
So get what you need, save a few hundred bucks and maybe next year you can get one of those overpriced, bleeding edge PC’s.