Saw this when it was still up:
Clicked on the link to be sure. (Check ouf for yourself.) The user name was quite telling, too ("Jali Furniture" or some such; note how he's actually destroyed now). Flagged the hell out of it, for mod attention and as spam — something I do very rarely, when I'm really sure. Downvoted, too (the above screenshot is by a fellow user, I don't have 10k). Going by the downvotes, at least one other user had flagged it as spam, so I wasn't alone in my assessment.
Little did I know this would become my first declined flag on SO ever.
From our FAQ:
Spam is Unsolicited Commercial Advertisement. You've all seen it. Spam doesn't mean "I don't like the answer" or "this answer is noise."
A question should be marked as spam ONLY when it contains an unsolicited advertisement.
In fact, I dare you to google for "once again feeling happy and proud" and tell me with a straight face that what you get is not the very definition of spam.
So, what gives? Please advise.