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Comcast.net - NOT family friendly - Taudry degrading video clips of women

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Your customers represent a wide-spectrum of beiefs, a lot are christian or at least believe in God and His value.  So why do I have to have tauwdry degrading videos shoved in my face everytime i go to your home page.  Its so-n-sos reavealing photo shoot, or actresses sizzling hot skimpy dress, or wardrobe malfunctions, Klums revealing photos.

 

And what about the 10 yr old boys that visit your site? What is that teaching them? To sexualize women,after all that's all their good for right? 

 

WHAT A RIOT - in my previous version of this email. I used the word PRE TEEN and when I went to post my message it told me  "you used a BAD word "pre teen" clean up you message before posting.  So you can post degrading videos about reavealing photos of women but I get sensored for using the word pre teen.

 

Give us an option for a direct link to email.

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If Comcast is your homepage change it to something else. If you do have another page as your homepage and do not want to go to comcast.net in order to get to your email you can get to it from http://xfinitytv.comcast.net/  As of now clicking Connect on the tv page takes you directly to Xfinity Connect without routing you through the homepage.

 

Another option: install an email client. Configure it to work with the Comcast mail servers. Click the client icon on your desktop, client opens, mail is downloaded to the client. No more having to look at the online version of a bad supermarket tabloid.




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I'm not Christian and despite any of that, I do get sick of all these tantalizing options on the 'net.  Anyway, I just came to agree with you about the filtering of the word "pre teen".  Wow, that was funny and hypocritical.

 

Change your homepage or put an entry for xfinity.com and comcast.com in your hosts file to point to 127.0.0.1.  Google for information on how to do this.

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Do what Queen-evie said. Choose a homepage you like, and use an e-mail client.

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8 month old thread. Issue has probably been fixed by now.