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    Anonymous commented  · 

    and I can go to Canada for Freedom, for health care, for everything else... we could be Mexico to Canada... Not without my Mexican Brother! Freedom and prosperity for all of North America! meanwhile, I'll stay and fight in the USA. and if Mexico wins we win for all of North America. (in that light 52 40 or fight is right!)

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    NO, seriously, you are not the customer, you are the audience, we would like to have you here looking at our customers adds bu if you go away and go look at another web sight... well.. how are you going to find it without us? huh? did you give that a thought before you started throwing empty threats around? huh? did you? well? well what *****? what you want to do? huh? HEH! I didn't think so, **** you *****, just shut your mouth, GOD! stupid people **** me off!
    thank you for your feedback and continual support
    The Yahoo Team

    Anonymous commented  · 

    OF COURSE WE ARE! NOW SHUT UP AND TAKE IT *****!

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Here at Yahoo! our well honed, but often misunderstood powers of business acumen, have lead us to the area of establishing beachheads in customer saturation as a way of stimulating consumer interest until demand for increasing services revolves around a stability point. At this point we are firm in our determination that you actually prefer our new services over the old or go **** yorself.
    with great Love:
    The Yahoo! team

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    Overwhelming support of our recent innovations here at Yahoo! have led us to believe that while most CEO's would scoff at this, we are approaching the area of directing divergent information channels in preparation for a time when total response payoff substantiates my marketing projections. We appreciate your continued support.
    *GLUCK* ... *HAK* ... *sniff*
    The Yahoo! Team
    ps. ****, got gum in my hair again!

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    Here at Yahoo! we are investigating various possibilities in the realm of rooting out management inconsistencies in the delicate time after marginal statistical error becomes a viable decision strategy. At the present time we are stepping back and looking at the big picture while minimum loss of after-tax revenue substantiates my marketing projections. These new changes will establish active directions in the area of mining latent opportunity matrices as a transitional cooling off period before the time_spent to resultant_productivity ratio energizes possibilities for positional advancement.
    My boss buys it so suck on it!
    enthusiastically
    The Yahoo! Team

    Anonymous commented  · 

    Here at Yahoo! we are investigating various possibilities in the realm of rooting out management inconsistencies in the delicate time after marginal statistical error becomes a viable decision strategy. At the present time we are stepping back and looking at the big picture while minimum loss of after-tax revenue substantiates my marketing projections. These new changes will establish active directions in the area of mining latent opportunity matrices as a transitional cooling off period before the time_spent to resultant_productivity ratio energizes possibilities for positional advancement.
    My boss buys it so suck on it!
    enthusiastically
    The Yahoo! Team

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    here at Yahoo! we are entertaining the idea of rooting out management inconsistencies such that maximum opportunity perpetuates continued client involvement. Your feedback is duely noted.
    The Yahoo! Team

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    Apparently, most people, other than myself, have closed their eyes to the possibility of looking into staggered venture capital financing as an ever-increasing side effect while potential for action enables continued success factorability.

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    our apologies we have come to the realization we should begin the process of exploring maximum throughput analysis as a regenerative move while market saturation leads the pack in market innovation. Here at yahoo we are completely committed to this idea and this strategy. We have realized our role and involvement in the area of facilitating executive social networking as a technique of experiencing quantum holistic change while reasonable resource allocation revolves around a stability point. We are sure you will agree that these changes, while awkward at first will better empower us to serve you our customer.
    enthusiastically, The Yahoo! Team

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    our apologies we have come to the realization we should begin the process of exploring maximum throughput analysis as a regenerative move while market saturation leads the pack in market innovation. Here at yahoo we are completely committed to this idea and this strategy. We have realized our role and involvement in the area of facilitating executive social networking as a technique of experiencing quantum holistic change while reasonable resource allocation revolves around a stability point. We are sure you will agree that these changes, while awkward at first will better empower us to serve you our customer.
    enthusiastically, The Yahoo! Team

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    7 comments  ·  My Yahoo archive » Other  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    gee, sorry we at Yahoo totally apologize for completely ******* the whole audience off. we at yahoo, An often overlooked area, but one we have firmly committed to, is harvesting intellectual capital networks during the time job security excluding all other choices in the quest for total excellence. Towards this end we are completely committed to our present mission of establishing beachheads in customer saturation as an ever-increasing side effect while horizontal market inter-dependency grows exponentially toward the statistical horizon.
    had we known the reaction would be this unfavorable we would have set aside our present preconceptions to consider the possibility of studying the effects of disproportionate access restrictions in anticipation of the day when demand for increasing services enables continued success factorability.
    that you did not inform us in advance of your displeasure in recent changes that we have already implemented is your own stupid fault.
    get used to it *****!

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    164 comments  ·  My Yahoo archive » Other  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Anonymous commented  · 

    ooooooo I just wanted to say how much I love the new Yahoo! SHUT UP! huh? ... anyway I just so much love the new yahoo and so do the twelve foot bats who live in my SHUT UP!!! huh? oh, um, what was I saying? oh yeah, the new yahoo is so wonderful and AAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRGGGGGGGHHHHHHH! YOUR MOTHER SUCKS ***** IN ****! SHUT UP! huh? anyway I forgot what I was saying but i just wanted to say how much i just love every new improvement that they have BLAM! BLAM! BLAM! , SORRY FOLKS I JUST COULDN'T TAKE THE IDIOT BLABBER ANY MORE!

    Anonymous commented  · 

    we went through the same thing with finance, with mail, with groups... if anyone has the technical prowess to build something like what Yahoo used to be... Please Please Please! I swear! I'd even buy a paid account! (or better still do it on donations like Wiki to whom I give money as I do NPR)

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