However, in my unending Twitter reading, I stumbled across a blog post by a high-profile "headhunter" who was calling the President of JobFox to task for some of their sleazier practices, and I checked out a few links that were in that, and suddenly had a context for unleashing my indignation on the offending miscreants!
Using those assorted blog posts as a jumping off point, I was able to pretty much let loose with my opinions, as now I could show (at least to those who bothered to click through on the links) that this was a shared distaste. However, since much of the focus in those other pieces was on the very expensive (and, generally speaking, unnecessary) resume writing side businesses that these sites run, I was able to set up a follow-up some time down the line which can revisit this on that side of things.
Oddly, one of my on-going challenges for those posts is searching out "creative commons" or public domain graphics ... I've frequently spent more time digging through sites in search of an appropriate image than I have writing, editing, formatting, and commenting on the post itself! Today I wanted an image that said "hostage" and had a very hard time finding anything workable. I finally stumbled over a very grainy lo-res image of somebody tied up and gagged, and had quite a lot of fun turning it into a "ransom note" ... see image (or just click on the graphic over there to go to the post and earn me a half cent!).