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WHY in the FUCK are there so many ads on YouTube® now???

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“Every time I see an ad on youtube, I make a conscious choice to never buy the product or use the service being advertised. I also mute the volume for the 5 seconds to avoid any potential subconscious messaging/mind control. If I don’t get the ‘skip ad in 5 second’ choice, I’ll find another video.”

They might try coming up with a better business model instead of AdSpam that is totally ineffective – I have never even HEARD of a person who clicked on one of those Youtube ads. No one cares – you just mute it and wait until it’s over and buffered. The only other response to a YouTube Ad I have seen is to get pissed off and close YouTube… Why would I watch a 2 minute ad before a music video I could torrent in 35 seconds? I smell web 2.0 just around the corner if this shit keeps up. FUCK GOOGLE and their advertising crap. POUNDING ME over the head with an ad between every 2 minute video – what are they STOOPID – we left our living rooms because we refuse to endure all those TV commercials; what makes you think we’re gonna sit still on OUR PERSONAL SCREENS – GET THE FUCK OFF MY COMPUTER BITCH !! **************************************************** “What the American public doesn’t know, is what makes them the American public” – Anonymous ************************************

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100,000 American P2P surfers sued last year by Porn industry!


Although not a new occurrence, intellectual property pirates are being sued at a faster rate than ever. Read the rest of this entry »

Backgrounder | USA Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving. The day America sets aside for family, for remembrance. It’s a day of Pilgrims, Native Americans, turkey and pumpkin pie but if it wasn’t for a persistent female magazine editor, they may not have the day to celebrate today. It was Sarah Josepha Hale who really pushed hard for a permanent national Thanksgiving celebration. But her involvement was far down the road from the first Thanksgiving.
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