Since you’re here to promote it, it sounds like you actually get off on it. Are you posting this from your van, parked across the street from a playground somewhere?
You’re spamming it, not reporting it.
I think that’s the first time I’ve heard someone use “our” while speaking about himself and his hand.
Translation: During my daily search for kiddie porn, I noticed that one of the sites I was bookmarking was hosted here. I’m going to link to it here to help promote it and hope that other sickos can enjoy it as much as I do. In case the authorities are watching, I’ll pretend that I’m actually reporting it, instead of loving it.
Or should we believe that smart people don’t know how to report a site without being their fanclub president?
Another free clue, if the content is even illegal (not clicking your spam to find out): It’s often the case that illegal sites are left up and monitored to build a case against it’s users. Dreamhost does cooperate with law enforcement, and if that is the case, you’re not someone that will be kept up to date on it.
In that case, the most you can accomplish with promoting your new favorite site, is tipping off the offenders that someone might be watching.
In summary, you’re either just a troll that couldn’t care less about children being abused (my guess), a fan of the site that’s here to promote it, or the equivalent of someone tipping off a local drug dealer that their house is being staked out. Good job.
In any case, if you truly had a problem with it, you wouldn’t be promoting it… and you are promoting it. The fact that you chose the “Curious about Dreamhost” section to promote it really shows your love for the site. I’m sure the parents of any children involved appreciate it. Keep up the good work!
I’m sure your response to this will be totally unpredictable, intelligent and full of useful information (and probably contain a few more links to kiddie porn sites and/or the images they use as logos).
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