how do i get hired to yahoo answer team? do you have to be atheist?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    you don't have to be one right off, but I'm sure you need to become one to get promoted.

  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

    Three thrings, but this means a higer degree of responsibility from BOTH support and member. 1) Banning of trolls. Y!A has the philosophy that it is unfair to ban an IP address for it affects others at the address. Well, if a troll is going to have falmer wars here, they really do not care about others. Trolls MUST be stopped so banning via IP address may be the best, only option 2) A better appeal process. having come off a 10-day suspension, the reaction from the staff was one of neglect. I deserve to be able to honestly argue any suspension and answer violation with someone for real. We need a hall of justice where I have an appointment to argue the merits of the case. As the aggrieved party, i explain why this is not worthy of a violation or suspension. If I have filed the report, I must defend why I feel that it is a violation and not just some knee-jerk reaction because I don't particularly like the question or answer. And if i am suspended, there is a term limit. My account is suspended for six months or whatever. We cannot have this "non-deletion banishment" where there is no hope of restoration. If the person is that bad, then delete them flat out when the appeal fails, OK? But don't keep them hanging around until the end of time 3) A remodification of the violation categories. Quite frankly, "chatting" does not bother me at all. I don;t care if you want to know what people think of Britney Spears or my favorite songs from between 1999 and 2004. Violations are for serious infractions Squatting Cloning Solicitations Race baiting Foul language Obscene avatars Spite violation reports These are heavy duty, not junk like "posting in wrong category", "pretending to be non-human", "wearing white shoes after labor day." Now, the big trick is whether Y!A believes in itself enough to see that there is a problem and they are willing to work with the membership to fix it

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I even think "Atheist" sympathizer's should be banned! so, don't worry as Long as you have faith, you are safe. The majority is religious, just not extremely outspoken. It seems like Secular, agnostic and Atheist are numerous, is because they are belligerently outspoken and always spewing off. They have a much bigger problem against Republicans and the Religious community, than we have toward them. We don't care, because if they don't believe, then they don't matter. I grieve for their lost souls, but then I move on. We will all stand together on election day and show our numbers when it counts. we just don't mouth off and participate in meaningless Liberal Polls! So looks are deceiving! They know they will lose and that's why Atheist and left-Wingers are so angry! and what they say about my comment doesn't bother me in the least. because they are an insignificant minority. The squeakiest wheel doesn't always get the most oil!

    Will S

  • 1 decade ago

    Well, I'm not sure how you get hired for the Y!A team but I bet posting a question complaining about them probably isn't the first step...

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  • 1 decade ago

    Do you know how many atheists have been deleted by the YA team?

    Atheist Eye Candy even numbers her new profiles. She's at 6!

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    You have to write like this:

    How do I get hired to be on the Yahoo! Answers team? Do you have to be an atheist?

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    No, they don't like atheists - they prefer Christians.

  • 1 decade ago

    Yep. that's clearly why so many Atheists have their accounts deleted.

  • 1 decade ago

    no, you have to be a dyed in the wool, bible thumping fundy

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    No, you must be partially brain dead and follow orders easily....... so you've gotta be christian.

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