On January 30, 2008, Bryan J. Pesta, a Cleveland State University assistant professor, and moderator of the Atheist and Agnostic Group, accused MySpace of pandering to religious intolerance by deleting atheist users, groups and content. Specifically, Pesta alleges that MySpace deleted AAG's account, and his own personal profile, based on complaints from people offended by atheism, and this was the second time MySpace deleted the group since November 2007, even though, according to Pesta, it had never violated the site's Terms of Service. The page was again hacked on Thanksgiving 2007, and restored three weeks later, before being ultimately removed again.
The above is from the wikepdeia myspace entry.
I like myspace in terms of it's set up and the forums ok, but i will not pay lip service to a site that won't tolerate my intolerence of religeons!!
So, i'm going to sound off about goddamn stupid religeons and see what happens.
THis has been on my mind for a while and now i've just seem a ad on my myspace profile for 'christian datin' Which is just insane advertising to someone like me. It's like trying to get a vegan to buy a beefburger!!