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    Registry Member #2679 friggens's Avatar
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    Site Advertisements?? Never been to Asia...

    This is likely in the wrong place, but no worries.

    I am understanding of the increase from one box to two boxes for site advertisements.

    But all of the sudden my stalwart dedication here to all things early 911 is distracted by the 10000 lovely Asian ladies I could/should make contact with.

    What up Folks? Is that add catering specifically to me?

    Them gals make 911's look cheap and I would prefer not to see them popping up. What to do?

    Perhaps I should click just once to get rid of the Grainger, Nissan, Ebay (they have me pegged for sure) and Pelican (they do to) adds.

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    I agree Mike........

    I'll get in touch with our tech support to eliminate that one from our ad-sense........
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    Registry Member #2679 friggens's Avatar
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    Gracias...

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    Funny. Those ads showed up on classiczcars.com a while back too. Over there, the consensus was that maybe owners of Asian cars would be interested in Asian women, too.

    Obviously, they now assume that ALL car owners must want Asian women...

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    Mike- are you using a Windows based computer? If so, close all internet browsers, download an anti-malware program ( a lot of good ones are free, such as Spybot) install, reboot into safe mode, run the anti-malware program. If you still have problems try running it after you turn off (temporally) system restore.
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    I believe Google has an option if you click the indicator in the right corner to change the type of ads displayed. Mine showed woman also till I clicked it and changed the settings.
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    These banner's suck!
    First one now two,are these going to eventually take up half the page or more?
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    you guys are getting Asian women. I'm getting proton therapy ads. Maybe the interweb is telling me to get my prostate checked
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    Oh man am I messed up,,,,I thought the Aisian women banner was tied in with the "tips on stripping " thread in technical,,,,gotta concentrate better
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