He still contributes. Whilst he does promote his website a great deal, he's a futurist and I think we shouldn't ban futurists who also have an interest in discussing things on this forum.
The only kind of self-advertisers I will ban was that Bull-fucker who promoted his book 2 times on the introductory page.
He first makes this topic, and I was confused but as long as he contributes I'm fine wid id: http://www.futuretim...8619-antiquity/
Then he makes this next topic 13 days after whilst he has done nothing else on the forum; than starts the "poor wittle me" act to promote his book: http://www.futuretim...ty/#entry111045
It's true that I haven't posted a lot of the site. Please, give me a break on that. All of this has come from my introduction, where I felt one started posting. I may not post a lot...we'll see. I'm 59 years old, working two jobs or 60 hours a week, working on a project, maybe, and avoiding debt collectors. "Cry me a river."
Cry me a river motherfucker. A big river.
*Ahem*, anyways, Kafeel has done lots for this forum, and I'm strongly against banning him. I do know excessive advertising is taboo, especially when you post link to your own blog posts as news, but let us be reminded what he has done!
He's been doing nothing but advertising for the past 4 days but his status post held up quite well! Anyways, he seems more human to me than most advertisers, I think we should just let him know that excessive linking to your blog isn't the cultural norm in our forum and since this is the internet, we can do just that.
Kafeel if you're reading this, tone down on your blog links and try to discuss something in another part of the forum other than the On Topic News section. I suggest one of jamesgara's topics
for people who can't google. I'm kidding, I'm kidding. Just make sure you don't post blog links consecutively and try to keep self-advertising within your signature box unless you want to show us something cool that you're doing with your blog if you think we'll enjoy it. I enjoy anything entrepreneurs and intellectuals have to say and I'll be sure to check out your blog a lot.
Your writing isn't faulty and it's a lot more about computational technology than Will's blog about advances in treating advanced bladder cancer but I can only go so far as to self-advertisers. Self advertisers in my eyes are beggars, and I hate beggars to death. I mean, it's okay to advertise but to advertise as a solicitor isn't my favorite form.