Here we go, yet again? If you have been paying any attention, then you know that it has been g00gal?s mission to dethrone Facebook by any means necessary. They started with g00gal Buzz and when that fizzled out, they came back with g00gal plus, which is actually a g00gal negative because it flat out sucks; even g00gal engineers have said so. People from inside Google have openly admitted that the search engine giant is off base in its quest to dethrone FaceBook. But you know how dicks are, right? They only see things their way and so the push to take over Facebook takes yet another screwy turn! In g00gal?s latest FaceBook attack, they are launching a g00gal commenting system that is tied to the Google + platform. You heard it right! g00gal is launching a commenting system much like Discus, Facebook and Intensedebate. Yeah, we can?t wait, friggin jerks! You can expect g00gal to force feed their new commenting system upon webmasters much like they are attempting to force feed g00gal plus upon us. If you have an Adsense account and stay logged in, you probably noticed this about two weeks ago: This, "In your face intrusion" was ?almost like a content locker scenario.? They had it rigged so that you could not bypass their g00gal plus offer. It boils down to this; g00gal was attempting to coerce/force Adsense publishers to sign up for g00gal plus through the Adsense control panel. If that is not Blackhat, I don?t know what is! Make no mistake about it, once these Mafia type Internet punk bullies officially roll out their g00gal commenting system, they are going to rig the SERPs so that sites with the g00gal commenting system and g00gal plus get higher rankings over those who don?t. They are going to use their ability to manipulate ?their? SERPs as a tool to force feed g00gal plus on to the g00gal don?t wanters. Yep, we're talking about a g00gal Blackhat commenting system. If you still believe g00gal is all about Whitehat, you are fooling yourself. g00gal is one hundred percent Blackhat! Here is two of the first websites reporting on the new g00gal roll out. http://www.mobiledia.com/news/135204.html http://thenextweb.com/google/2012/0...-party-commenting-platform-to-rival-facebook/ Is this next?