Those verizon ads are getting on my mind...

The new verizon ads are good for the site! But now there getting on my nerves. My regular routine is to click on the forums button. But now it's higher up, so now I'm hitting the verizon ad and going onto their site. Maybe if they were on the side it would be better. Is this getting on anybody else's nerves?

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xACIDITYx ll.139 years ago
What do you mean it's both firefox? You can clearly tell in the first picture that it's Safari. and In the second picture you can't tell at all.
ll.13 xACIDITYx9 years ago
Sarry, I was looking at the wrong screenshots... :)
ll.1310 years ago
What ads?

>I promise: I will click on 10 ads to generate some money. =)
these ads
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I think the point was that he's using ABP.
Yeah, in one he shows you his entire window, so you can clearly tell he's using Safari (Yuck!). But in the second shot, he doesn't show him that he is using FireFox with ABP.
ll.13 xACIDITYx9 years ago
No, it's both Firefox. ;-) with ABP enabled&disabled. -I used Safari for 5 minutes ages ago, I hated it.
gasp! thier gone!
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zachninme ll.1310 years ago
Thats called fraud, and its defiantly illegal for them to ask you to do it. If you do it with the intent of giving them money, that's on the boundary of legality. It could end up costing them money if you do it enough. ABP is also boundary illegality, the jury's not out (not litterally), but they'res debate.
ll.13 zachninme10 years ago
How much will it cost to go through the legal procedure, and how much money would've been "lost" through ad-clicking? and do you really think I was asked to click on them!? I have a higher opinion of Instructables, and even if I was, I wouldn't spit it out on the forums. :P
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