"The link you are trying to visit has been disabled.
You have reached a link that is no longer in service. That means the link was very naughty, and, much like head lice, had to be eliminated before it spread.
You may be asking yourself, 'Hey, what was it about that link that got it in trouble?' An excellent question! Usually, it's one of the following reasons:
- The link was spam! No one likes spammers, and we don't like their links.
- You almost got phished! There are people out there who want to steal your MySpace password. They want to log in as you and send spam, harass your friends, change your profile, and generally run amok. Phishing pages are usually designed to look like MySpace to trick you. Other sites may also ask for your MySpace login information to customize your profile, insert videos or slide shows, track visitors, or any number of other things.Don't make it easy for them. ONLY USE YOUR MYSPACE LOGIN INFO ON WWW.MYSPACE.COM!!
- Viruses are not fun! Neither is adware, spyware, or malware. We cut the links to places that are known sources of infection.
If you really did want to check out some spam, viruses, or phishing pages, we're really sorry to have interrupted. We're sure you can find it elsewhere. There's plenty on the Internet "
And now for the complaining!! =]
So, what is with it...did you not even finish your sentences, you evil myspace website?! The only thing that I added to the statement above the tildes was quotation Marks. Whoever wrote that did in fact forget to put a period, suggesting that they didn't finish their own error message!!
And yet again, Myspace has error messages. This time they promoted themselves from the popular yet infamous "Sorry! An unexpected error has occured. This error ..." etc. to this extremely annoying new one. It has been around for a while, at least since 2008.
What is wrong with this statement???????? Very simple...The link that I clicked on WAS NOT TO SPAM!! If anybody wants to customize their pages (and trust me, they certainly do) and they want to, for example, replace the contact table with their own links, these links will eventually be disabled and labeled as spam and categorized with head lice.
So whatever link you post on your page, you hopelessly addicted myspace users, it will eventually lead to that error message that I pasted...proving that you've wasted your time on Myspace...Why would you add content that would eventually be disabled anyways?!
The link very much couldn't have been naughty, spam, viruses etc. It could have just been an ordinary link. How much do I care about myspace's problems?? Not much, only enough to point them out. It just gives me one more reason of many to not get on Myspace.