This site, Freeadvice.com is very little more than "daycare" for the mentally challenged. Several of the "members" are without question dangerous to society.
Advice such as "throw a malatov cocktail" into the trailer trash's home and burn them out is what is featured. The lunatic giving that advice uses the screename "IAAL" will one day enter a public place with guns in hand and destroy as many innocent victims as time will allowed.
The CEO is completely aware of the lunacy taking place, yet he does nothing to clean it up. I certainly would expect this site to be banned. The "N" word is used continually to satisfy the demented nees of the perverts involved (baystategirl, ceara19, RMET, seniorjudge, homeguru).
The comments are purely pornographic and the "expert" RMET has gone so far as to pull her interest in "child porno" and gives explicit directions for the purpose of the other demented followers gaining acces to the "free child porn websites".
RMET quite proudly announced that there was "member" involved in sexual activities with animals. RMET makes medical diagnosis on a daily basis. Her specialty seems to be in mental illness. She speaks from her own experience with the ongoing battle she has with sexual obsession.
Going further with this makes me physically ill. If anyone would to take a "virtual tour" of a state mental hospital without having to leave the comfort of home, logon to wwwGiven the impressive history of the Ceo (Gerry Goldsholle)it is most alarming that he would support the bottom feeders who participate on a daily basis. Mr Goldsholle is the ultimate victim of this situation. Sadly, he has been set up by his "administrator, Mary Martin" to take the fall when the rapidly escalating hate filled actions of the so called members are dealt with.
Please take a few moments to review the vicious comments made by the "senior members" and if you find it appealing, go back for more. If not, please post your opinion and take any action necessary to have the sub human contributors banned and possibly placed in a facility where they will have access to mental health assistance.
North Reading, Massachusetts