This is an interesting experiment – although here the dice are loaded by requesting the share.
She must be a newbie, or desperate. Yup I’m sure I also requested shares once upon a time. It works better on Facebook than on the blogs (and is a perfectly common thing to do there – everyone does it, which is why it’s actually not as effective).
Still, a handy contact to have.
Remember those hand-written chain letter lists? Oh, apparently they are illegal, why: because the tax man and the banks and the NSA can’t trace what cash gets sent by mail. They’re a non-starter in the first place because those who are greedy will forward the letter but not mail the money, and those who are cynical just break the chain. It’s only young hopefuls who find themselves having thrown R40 away…
Chain letter syndrome? or just publicity? either way, not playing 😀
Meant as a dire warning, methinks. I take it you have already been warned.
Nope, I just don’t join in anything like that. But I take the point. Too subtle for me though 😀
From my side, the experiment seems to have failed.
Oh well. I am back to being particularly batty, now.
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