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    Please Make It Stop

    Please Make It Stop

    I just don’t know how to make it stop. 

    Update:  On the other hand, maybe this is not a bad thing.  Keep spending to advertise on this blog, you’ll really change some minds.  More showing up:

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    I think you can click on the banner and cost them even more money. The Obama banner, this is.

    I have an ad for free government phones at the top of the page.

    Don't click on this one. We're paying for it.

    You want to make it stop? Get rid of Google ads.

    If you want more control over your ads, use an affiliate program like Commission Junction. (

    Pick and choose which ads you place, and instead of giving Google a cut of your profits, it's between you and the advertising partner.

    I gave up Google Adsense years ago, and never looked back.

    He certainly anticipates a lot of dough in his campaign chest.

    One of the reasons I stick with ad-free Blogger at L.N. Smithee's REACTOR is because I don't want ads I hate littering my blog. I once tried a free blog at a news site, but I would have had to look at the disgusting shock banners PETA uses. I just abandoned it.

    Dan Riehl, a popular right-wing blogger, has links to MSNBC videos in his lower right corner, and worst of all, the text of his post have those mega-annoying keyword ad links. Worst of all is the fact that those keyword links are used in Yahoo free email accounts, and applied to your emails to others. I discovered that my email to a prospective employer contained a keyword link to an ad for the new Kardashian reality show.

    It's the price of "free"dom of the internet, I guess. Oh, I almost forgot — (ahem) — "Eat at Joe's."

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