Let’s hope no one will open an “APRIL-1015-SALES” thread right now
This is horrible. My family had a flight with them (GermanWings) almost a year ago.
As always, we are trying to express ourselves through words, where words are simply not enough in such cases.
Our condolances to all families.
I am not sure that encouraging fellow users is a good idea
Well, I am Joking (or maybe not )
It will affect the sales first, and then everybody (fellow customers) will see that it’s already standard everywhere on the net, and things will be fine again.
The EGO of Google is so proud when it comes to “clever search”, but they are unbelievably working in favor of those pirates. Is it really hard to deal with this? Is it really hard to separate some words who only work in favor with those bloody warez sites?
Are they legal? (I know that being “LEGAL” is a big topic and there is much to talk about it. I really love Wikileaks for example, it did a great job. But you know what I mean, right?)
Then why do they still exist in Google search? This is unbelievable and so frustrating for all hardWorking authors. Google is guilty.
One of the oldest festives.
Armenians celebrate the 21th of March as the birth of VAHAGN, The God Of Fire.
31 places to find FREE stock photos to use in your projects – http://kimgarst.com/my-top-artsy-tools-plus-31-places-to-find-free-stock-photos …
There is no death. There is reincarnation, and this is also valid for browsers, unfortunately
@Bedros It doesn’t make any difference. The ribbon is still misleadingly being advertised as part of Envato’s trending feature. And is it really the best selling photo theme? Also, does this piece of text influence the buyer’s decision on whether to buy the theme or not, and does it sway the customer into believing that this item is special? I am not saying it isn’t, but I am pretty sure this kind of advertising is unfair and illegal.
Of course, valid points friends.
But not “valid” enough to make staff to take an action, I think.
I totally understand your feelings.