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Ok, moving to FB means no privacy, identifying yourself on the page. Nope.
Not happening. I don’t have a FB page, not going to either.
With all the bad publicity dealing with FB, and all the hacking going on
with FB, what a really bad idea.
Think carefully before participating in the Friday Nite Trivia on FB.
How about some prizes for the guys?
And on the comment about nothing to bid on, my wife bids on almost
everything. Even if it’s nothing she wants, she puts it away for gifts, or
to donate to the woman’s shelter.
Nope. Page not found is all you get and some HSN ads.
Tried 3 different browsers, all have the same issues. So, not any of our computers. Definitely
HSN. Just when you think things can’t get any more up, someone else makes things
Wow Vette, you came in on a busy nite.
It’s sad isn’t it? I hope HSN is happy with their choices.
It’s called COOKIES. The advertisers have access to your cookies. You might also
notice local ads on there too from your area. How else would HSN know how to
target ads to you specifically? Cookies. And allowing the ad company to store
things on your computer. Ad Block. Only way to go.
There was a time that Apple products were virtually virus- and malware-proof, but no longer.
Macintosh computers, iPads, and iPhones have become targets of virus and malware attacks recently; even though iTunes and their App Store does closely filter all apps, there are other ways malicious software can be filtered into these devices. Bottom line is, I recommend an antivirus/antimalware program be installed on any computer, tablet, and phone that connects to the internet.
As for a recommendation, everyone with an opinion likes certain ones and dislike others. I like free programs–they offer basic protection with minimal footprint and invasiveness on my devices. My recommendation is do a web search for free antivirus programs for your particular device, pick one, and install it.
Just one guy’s opinion, but complaining about something we get for basically for free
doesn’t make any sense to me anyway. In all the time that I have been playing the games
and hanging around here, HSN has never gone back once they changed something.
Once it’s changed, it stays that way.
But again, it’s basically free for us to use, adjust and move on.
I think this is only the beginning.
Thank you for remembering my wife. She would love this and she loved all of you.
God bless you all.
Just goes to show– NOBODY or NOTHING can keep down MY GIRL!!!
Hello Pipman, if you have your old email address, check it please.
I’m not arguing with you over an acronym from 50 years. Since you know everything it’s nice to see your Google skills work. Have a Happy Thanksgiving with your family and friends.
Rights are relative. As a customer, I am not entitled to any information about a company that I do business with, nor is it my responsibility to decide if its employees are being taken advantage of. As an employee, I do have rights to know certain information, but even then not everything can or even should be shared. That’s just the nature of business.
And speaking of rights, a person has the right not to give information about themselves when asked, especially when it has no bearing on the topic. But for your edificaion since you’ll probably ask, before I entered the education profession, I attended USAF OCS and retired a bird colonel after 20 years.
Interesting figure, FBN135, but HSN didn’t make $3.5 billion, that was their total sales for 2016. To get the true picture of their standing, take a look at their profit/loss statement, including HSNI. (This also compares 2016 figures to 2015.) Not quite so pretty as you make it sound.
And, if people are flocking in droves from the Arcade, as some state, where are all these new usernames on the leader boards coming from? Some are several years old and just now seem to be playing–or at least playing successfully!