Well, this isn't about sausage, but it is about poisonous. Recently, I saw a couple of YouTube videos I wanted to share with the youth leader at my church. When the video was at the forefront of my iPad 2, I held my finger down on the URL, chose SELECT ALL and then COPY. I pasted them into the e-mail and sent them off. Typically, when I do this, I immediately go into my sent folder and check the links. They were exactly what I had intended to send. As I thought about it, I wanted my sister in Texas to see them, so I called her up and forwarded the e-mail with the links to her. With her on the phone, sitting in front of her PC, she opened them, but instead of going to the video I intended, they went to a link about a gay kiss instead of the Krochet Kids. I sat down at my Mac and forwarded the e-mail to my Mac. Same result as my sister got. Then, I forwarded the e-mail to my iPod Touch and the links opened correctly. I went to the Apple Store. One floor guy said that there was a difference between mobile links and desktop ones, but the Genius I talked to said "a link is a link is a link". The result leaves me uncertain as to the reliability of links when I send them, which is horrible, because I do it a lot. If you have thoughts or explanations, please post them. I hate the feeling that every time I post a link, it might not lead to where I sent it. THANKS FOR YOUR TIME!