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Wow! I wonder why that happened... Most Flash and picture ads are possible to be blocked by my browser plugin, but I can't get those pesky Google ones. You must have a cooler computer than mine. XD

 

~ :h: :t:

 

Edit: 0_o I'm a fast replier. Must be my fast RSS reader.

 

It was our internet provider having a problem loading images. We missed all the other pictures, but didn't mind being Google-ad-free. :P

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Oh, so it isn't about the post...

 

Ok, well then... it stillll just goes to show we have topics about everything here. Or at least the capability to make a topic about everything.

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If you use Firefox, there's an extension that allows you to block ALL ads, including ALL banners. I haven't seen the Google ads in weeks.

 

<<DV>>

 

No Google ads in weeks!? :o *Faints.*

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If you use Firefox, there's an extension that allows you to block ALL ads, including ALL banners. I haven't seen the Google ads in weeks.

 

<<DV>>

It's called NoScript.

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If you use Firefox, there's an extension that allows you to block ALL ads, including ALL banners. I haven't seen the Google ads in weeks.

 

<<DV>>

It's called NoScript.

I'll need to get that one. I already have Adblock, and that works great for blocking ads I don't want, but keeping ads someone theoretically would want. :P

 

:h: :t:

 

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Lucky... I'm stuck with "Gulf Hurricane Relief" right as I am typing this post... I really wouldn't mind if they died... That would be cool. :P
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If you use Firefox, there's an extension that allows you to block ALL ads, including ALL banners. I haven't seen the Google ads in weeks.

 

<<DV>>

It's called NoScript.

I actually use adblock Plus. Subscribe to the filter, and bing. No ads at all.

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Huh, right now I have "Auto Insuranse Lead" floating above Turakii's blog.

 

EDIT: now I got top eight diets above the blog. What's ironic, is that I'm eating a pudding-whipped cream-cake right now.

 

Yeah.

~Konta~

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If you know how to use it, Internet Explorer gives you the option to restrict access to certain websites that you can specify. I blocked out the google ad and haven't seen it since. It's as if the ad was never even there. ^_^

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Does that still allow you to use the Google search engine, though?

 

I usually use Opera, but I put NoScript onto my Mozilla and gave it a test drive. It worked beautifully. Maybe I'll use that browser for BZP. I'll have to look at the settings to make sure it won't block anything I want to see, though.

 

Toa Macku

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"Die fould Mortal Ads! Crumble into the shadows that bind Chaos and Evil! Crumble before the mightyness of Browser-Page-Blocker-Thigy-Like-Things!

 

Rest in Chaos, rest in an Eternal and Dark Nightmare! DIE!"

 

The Book of Browsers, 7:15

 

Ahem.

 

The Disousa

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