Paging TOG and other ebay FOAK

Discussion in 'Classic Motorbikes' started by someone here, Aug 9, 2005.

  1. someone here

    someone here Guest

    Logged on to eBay and ran my usual search for Automotive parts containing
    the words vn or Vulcan to see what might fit my
    VN800 Drifter. Gradually becoming a SOB.

    I got a very large number of hits, much more than usual.
    Perusing the list I am intrigued by the thought of fitting CB500/4 chrome
    allen screws to my
    Drifter (item 7992264807) or even a set of Suzuki GT750/3 Allen screws.
    (Item 7992257748)

    Checking the listing with my all seeing Raybans I discover some keywords in
    white text on a white background!
    All Kawasaki model numbers and names.

    OK questions:-
    Does this count as keyword spamming?

    Should I report Mr Suzuki bolts?

    Should I report Mr Honda bolts for nicking Mr Suzuki listings (complete with
    keyword spam)?

    someone here, Aug 9, 2005
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  2. someone here

    'Hog Guest

    Just stop being a sad tassle sporting gay **** and get out and ride the
    fucking thing ;o)
    It'll be purple bar ends and tank filler screws next, you mark my words.

    'Hog, Aug 9, 2005
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    Paul - xxx Guest

    someone here came up with the following;:
    Yes, yes and yes.

    Keyword spamming is, IMHO, the bane of any searching and really ought to be
    absolutely stopped with all fucking prejudice. Shoot the bastards, don't
    just NARU them ... ;)
    Paul - xxx, Aug 9, 2005
  4. someone here

    ® 619 ® Guest

    Before you do anything you need to go here and get this.
    ® 619 ®, Aug 9, 2005
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