your IP address and I will physically block you from accessing it again and save
you the accidental trouble of stopping by.
If you block me, I can't help you keep your page "clean". It seems
like people running web pages like you are ought to be policed. I
didn't charge you anything for the help I gave you tonight.
Of course that is the case. Bill is just being exceedingly silly/foolish
Cookies are cookies, there is really no difference between first party and
third party cookies except who left them. Some cookies are left as a matter
of course by a visit to a website that has ads by the advertisers
themselves, not by direct action of the website owner.These "third party"
cookies can be blocked by the user in most browsers, or by add-ons.
Although they are basically benign for all practical purposes, they are
used for tracking as it is possible for the advertiser to use its
"third-party" cookie to identify a visit as you move from one site with its
ads to another site with its ads.
It is up to Bill to wise up and learn to protect himself on the Internet,
not Brian. Neither Momma, nor government, can't take care of you forever.
Inform yourself, quit blaming others, and learn to protect yourself.
It was revealed however that Brian is not familiar with all of the
technology (scripts) that he was using at this web site, and that it was
"too much work" for him to care. That culminates my public service
Bullshit, Bill. :)
Once again, that is your job, and decision, NOT his. If you don't want
to deal with client side JS, turn it off on your end!
You will lose certain benefits, and with ALL benefits come risks ... it
is your decision, and yours ONLY, to weight those benefits against any
risks, NOT his.
Quit yerbitching and blaming Brian, and stand on your own two feet in
this regard ... that is the reality of the situation. ;)
Trim your posts, please.
When I went to your homepage, I was served a selection of adverts on the right
(Mainly for woodworking mags). Since I don't have the ability to view videos
didn't bother to try your videos.
If those ads were served by a third party (e.g. google ads), then it's because
Lots of absolutely idiotic things we put up with for convenience.
I mean, just imagine the idiot who will put up with paying a TV cable
company for a Prepackaged lineup of channels, so each channel can show
you 15 minutes of commercials every 30, while you are paying for the
Go figure ... :)
Been trying like hell to get the other inmates here to agree to the same
action ... but it's not an easy sell to females who want to watch things
like Greys Anatomy on demand, especially when you succumbed, in a weak
moment, to agreeing to let the lead TV sled dog buy a 60" HDTV in
exchange for giving up her recliner ... so I could build the sofa table
I always wanted while I still had the chops. :(
Just for fun, I went looking:
Maybe this will strengthen your case next time you approach the
With what you'll save on cable, you ought to be able to buy *2* new
recliners in a short while--to say nothing of things with blades.
Amongst the inmates are two Netflix accounts, and one Apple TV, so no
shortage of $ane options ... $uffice it to $ay that does not $way them
in the lea$t.
No more recliners, was glad to get rid of them ... can't put a sofa
table behind a recliner, and now I don't have to be rude to the company
when they presume to sit in _mine_. Besides, I almost killed one of the
pup with those jaws of death when it weighed less than a bag of sugar.
Love my 20+ year-old backsaver. I wish I knew a reasonable way to repair
the leather cushion. The leather is OK, but the filling is escaping and
the cushion doesn't stay put anymore so I continuously have to get out of
the chair and pull it up. Kids and grandkids love it. Spouse doesn't
Hauled my only recliner to the dump a couple of years ago. Down to a
Morris Chair and matching rocker, and an old sofa which is gone when I
build the matching love seat. No room for anyone to sleep on
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