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To wegues

Your site promotion has been removed.

Please re-read the Forum Policies about advertising in these forums.

Mark

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Not Advertising It was Pink watch Material

Sorry for the confusion but what I posted was not meant as advertising. I was adding information for "The Pink Watch". I found a category in ebuyers that was all pink products and just wanted to point it out. I I did this wrongly should I have just emailed the information to the speakers? Please let me know. Again I was not trying to advertise. Sorry if it came across as such.

Wegues

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I don't know what you mean by "The Pink Watch".
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Do you listen to the podcast, Mark?

Pink watch is a segment in every podcast, dedicated to ridiculing pink gadgets.

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Not always pink gadgets

But also gadgets misguidingly targeted toward women. It is a segment on the Gadgettes podcast that usually happens toward the end.

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To Aeirlys and ktreb

Fair enough, I didn't realise that it was a feature on podcasts. The original post didn't make that clear I believe.

I accept I may have been in error, and my apologies.

Mark

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