# Are there any rules on here?

Are there any rules on here regarding inappropriate posts? I reported a post (several times) that talked about how killing blacks and homosexuals was a great thing. AOL did not remove the post and I find it despicable that AOL allows bigoted, hateful posts to stay on this website. Shame on you AOL!!!

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