Some of these guys have been around for a while, just not reported I guess. My board is http://theallspark.yuku.com/, founded November 11, 1999.
- http://andrewlincoln318.theallspark.yuku.com/ - Andrew is looking for a live chat feature for his site. How lucky for him that someone comes along right after his initial post and suggests that he should try "Chatwing."
- http://gayleschweitzer.u.yuku.com/ - Gayle is a helpful suggester of the Chatwing software or service or whatever it is.
- http://theresamaecrowe.theallspark.yuku.com/ - Chatwing must be very popular, because Theresa follows Andrew around and suggests it too.
- http://huangwei0716.theallspark.yuku.com/ - Mr. Wei (or Gwei or Ngwei) just posts links to a website in Spain that advertises tablet PCs for sale.
- http://adelabarbara.theallspark.yuku.com/ - Adela actually posts one of two messages: either "Wonderful post!I like to make friends with you" or "Thanks for sharing.Pls provide more related information.I will concern about it." (LOL) Adela's spam is in his or her signature, which links to a website where you can buy Chinese diagnostic tools for your automobile.
- http://leahsguide.theclayboard.yuku.com/ - Like Mr. Wei, Leah also posts three links, to web pages labeled Diablo3something, that appear to be blank. My ad blocker actually blocks the entire page, woo hoo! Pausing the ad blocker reveals that the page is all about trailers: service, values, donations, etc. that have nothing to do with Diablo3.
- http://daday.mythicalrealm.yuku.com/ - Daday starts new threads entitiled "do you make sure." He has DVDs for sale from China. His links go to a website that is no longer available. It's too bad, because I wanted to see what kind of low low prices they had and then laugh at them.
- http://jimmy1988.thecrowesperch.yuku.com/ - Jimmy responds to existing message threads, saying hello and that he is happy to know us. Then he posts links to now-defunct websites with nonsense names like afoutwear.com. The text associated with his links have something to do with Office 2007.
Gayle didn't post on my board, but the others did. I also have five other Yuku users, for example http://walkitback.talkingxena.yuku.com/ who are banned from the Yuku network but still have messages posted on my board. It would give me great satisfaction to ban all five, and the seven listed above, and simultaneously remove all of their posts. But I noticed earlier when I banned a couple of spammers that their posts still remained, so I had to go in manually to remove them. Am I missing an obvious and very cool Yuku board maintenance feature?