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Get new ad sponsors.
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Moving to Feedback.
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Kasper deals with the ads. Sometimes our ad distributors sneak in some ads like these, he'll take care of it.
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ah, come on. we appleinsiders are smart enough to be able to deal with these ads right? i like all the AdCouncil ones. i feel like i am helping society just by reading them. and having fun at the same time at appleinsider.com
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I've been digging the "True" ads with the lovely young ladies. Who says tech geeks can't have fun?

"It's nice to be naughty."
Living life in glorious 4G HD (with a 2GB data cap).
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Originally posted by sunilraman
ah, come on. we appleinsiders are smart enough to be able to deal with these ads right? i like all the AdCouncil ones. i feel like i am helping society just by reading them. and having fun at the same time at appleinsider.com

Pfft. Why am I being subjected to American properganda . At least the adverts have switched back to the nicer sky.com British ones.
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The funny thing, is that I had the french version of this ad.

BTW I never clicked on this stupid windows : I am a mac user
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Maybe they're just cleverly-disguised ads for Apple...

"An error has occured inside your computer. Similarly, an error occured inside your brain when you purchased Windows."

Off Topic: When you scan a WinPC with a virus scanner, why doesn't it return the virus commonly known as Windows?
My computer can beat up your computer.
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My computer can beat up your computer.
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Maybe they're just cleverly-disguised ads for Apple...

"An error has occured inside your computer. Similarly, an error occured inside your brain when you purchased Windows."

Off Topic: When you scan a WinPC with a virus scanner, why doesn't it return the virus commonly known as Windows?

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