either, unless, against all odds, they actually have some for sale.
presumably they do!
Tinyurl appears to have stink-free fish. (Or, at least fish not stinking much yet):
Seeking clarification, I requested assistance from tinyurl’s support address:
My question was [in part]:
I am engaged in a discussion ...[this thread]…
It was stated [in the discussion] that
“...that’s what they claim, but I’ve run into many tinyurls that are no longer valid--and not just because the original has been deleted or moved. ”
Can you inform me under what circumstance[s] tinyurl links are broken or expired by tinyurl?
I received a response, [in part] roughly:
This is likely far from an official, policy-level, response. But it was a response; and, it addressed the issue.
I have never had a tinyurl break for me.
“...if you’re not paying for something, you’re not the customer; you’re the product being sold”.