Why doesn't Yahoo want us posting after the story? Would like to know whats going on
Try to figure out why Yahoo doesn't want us posting after a story, can you please explain this?
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Sweet Boy commented
Good evening happy christmers
Bryan Stuhmer commented
The answer is obvius. They want you to decide for your self. Take a responsibility and think about it. For you and only you.
john bartholomew commented
They are trying to keeps voters mentally unstimulated so the y will become mindless drones on Nov.4th and vote like good little zombies.
Andrew Davis commented
At first I thought this would be a temporary thing. You know, people take a survey, the survey says Yahoo should keep the comments (since it's really the only thing keeping this terrible company afloat), and in a week or two it's back to normal. Now I'm thinking they are willingly killing their company in order to keep comments out of their liberally biased articles until after the election, in an effort to act as a propaganda hub for the few of us who still use the site. They had a formula that worked okay for a while - publish 95% liberal content and watch the liberals flock to read what they wanted to hear, while the conservatives jumped to the comments section to tell you all that was inaccurate or flat-out ridiculous about the article. Now they have nothing, and the company that twice passed on acquiring Google will soon fade into nothing.
Lexi Malone commented
It does not seem have anything to do with the states that the comment function has been deactivated. Worldwide, in every country the comment functions are deactivated from the Yahoo pages. I don't know where the problem is. Yahoo wants to improve the comment function. There are probably too many racist, discriminatory and vulgar comments worldwide.