yut

yahoo sucks, they require your mobile phone with SMS verification to make a March Madness bracket. Doing this also means you automatically opt-in to receiving all their marketing SMS messages.

From their KB (https://help.yahoo.com/kb/tourney-pickem/sln22954.html)

  • Your consent to receive up to 2 automated marketing text messages per week from Yahoo.
  • Your agreement to use electronic records to document your consent to receive text messages.

To opt-out you can reply STOP at any time or manually fill out a form. Yes, you can manually type out you want. Here’s their own instructions again from their KB (https://help.yahoo.com/kb/tourney-pickem/sln22954.html)

In the Detailed Description field:
Mention the particular product (Tourney Pick’em, Billion Dollar Bracket Challenge).
Say you want to stop receiving SMS/text messages and notifications.
Include the phone number that messages should stop going to.

The form also asks for your birth date, your secret question and answer — all as required fields. No fear though, hidden in their help, it’s perfectly acceptable to just enter ‘unknown.’

no thanks, yahoo sucks

t: I have to do the Tuesday dungeon.
m: You only have 30 minutes.
t: pols not on. Guess I’ll have to wait until next week to evolve Plesios.

Polaris: i refuse to accept my loss to ct
Polaris: i lost to peyton manning

Relatives visited recently. We’re treating the place for fleas now.

I remembered my password. Boss.

yut: I have to reschedule the dentist next week because I have to go to a group facilitation thing.

mim: FRUIT THING? I like fruit!

mim: It just goes to show, “different strokes for different folks.”

yut: keekeekee

Mim: I walked by someone eating a frozen yogurt today and I wanted to mug her.

Mim: My leg strength isn’t the problem, it’s my arms. I’m like a Tyrannosaurus Rex.

CT: Is tigs a lighter sleeper than you?

Mim: Well yeah…but look at me, I’m a boulder.

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