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Dec 2, 2010
Nick Stayner near the crux. Ryan Minton photo.
Recently someone posted this (it's the most recent comment): mountainproject.com/v/wyoming/...
on the description for Mount Owen in Grand Teton National Park. The comment has nothing to do with Mt. Owen in particular and when you click on the link provided, it takes you to a site w/ generic, non-climbing GTNP info. The post seems like a shameless way to spam and plug her site. Also, it's the only contribution the user has made.
Not a huge deal, just an annoyance on a great, high-quality site like mp.com. Anyone think they can remove this?
Nick Stayner
From Billings, MT
Joined Mar 6, 2006
2,586 points
Dec 2, 2010
Look at users siyathomas and Nancy56 for similar posts as well. Wayne
From Superior, CO
Joined Jul 5, 2007
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Dec 2, 2010
Insurrection, 5.14c.  Photo Adam Sanders.
Deleted. Thanks for the heads up. Monomaniac
From Morrison, CO
Joined Oct 26, 2006
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Dec 2, 2010
Nick Stayner near the crux. Ryan Minton photo.
At least those users were smart enough to post their spam in the right place! Thanks Monomaniac Nick Stayner
From Billings, MT
Joined Mar 6, 2006
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Dec 2, 2010
One day and with aspirations toward the 5000th post, I too hope to be considered for the coveted spam title.

Though I have yet to meet any of those hot russian-asian-nigerian women.
Buff Johnson
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Dec 2, 2010
In the sea of Cortez - Baja California, Mexico
Now that the comment is deleted doesn't it make this thread now useless, even Spam? I should start another thread about this post...but then I'd have to start another thread about THAT thread...

:)
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