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Then again, I don't like lawyer ads, or check-your-credit ads, either. Just saying. EP doesn't seem to have the available feature that allows us to check what ads we are willing to see or likely to respond to. I think they should.
FlowersNButterflies FlowersNButterflies 51-55, F 8 Answers Jan 22, 2012

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Firefox and Adblock are your friends

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OH! I tried a sample of ad-block and didn't purchase, so it became a frickin' pop-up ad! LOL! I had to jump through hoops to get rid of it!

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You don't have to purchase it, it's free. Download and install Mozilla Firefox here if that's not already your browser
http://www.mozilla.org/
After you've installed it you can choose what add-ons you want, including Adblock.

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There are a lot of people on EP that have no problem with religion.The ads are mainly for them.

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If Satan paid enough for ad space, he'd probably be advertising here too. I can't help but think he'd be advertising for either a dating service or astro-glide. Or maybe both on the same ad depending on the type of singles he's targeting. Or, he could advertise a free tube of astro glide with each subsc<x>ription to the dating service! <br />
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I should totally be in marketing!

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That's pretty funny! And true, too!

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no it is simple business models...in the religious category they sell religious ads...in education, student loan ads...etc.....business as usual, and there is nothing wrong with that!!

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Yes, and proselytizing at the same time. Not totally unlike the jehovah's witnesses or the mormons poking around my property, rinking my doorbell uninvited. So, answer the question please -- why so many religious ads here (as opposed to other type).

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because we asked the question in the religious category

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Actually, no; I almost never go into that category, and I have religious ads on my EP page every single day.

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I will have to pay more attention..

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