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07-10-2007 04:13 PM
baghdatis
Re: Thematic Ads

These ads are in other forums too!
07-07-2007 09:33 AM
belco
Re: Thematic Ads

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Originally Posted by Lee View Post
thats what i thought
07-06-2007 09:20 PM
Denaon
Re: Thematic Ads

and how about this????
07-06-2007 07:38 PM
Nathaliia
Re: Thematic Ads

07-06-2007 06:38 PM
Lee
Re: Thematic Ads

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Originally Posted by belco View Post
i think every1 wants those green underlined ads back
07-06-2007 06:36 PM
belco
Re: Thematic Ads

i think every1 wants those green underlined ads back
07-06-2007 05:00 PM
Lee
Re: Thematic Ads

I agree if you're at work and shouldn't be on MTF but honestly, everybody does.

Are those sites for adults only? If that's the case, they shouldn't be on MTF as this is supposed to be a site for all ages. I won't like my kid to log on to a family friendly site and get exposed to all those adults only web sites.
07-06-2007 11:55 AM
safin-rules-no.1
Re: Thematic Ads

I actually haven't seen an ad for it for a week or so!

Anyway, i found the real jock web site and signed up to see what it was actually offering. It IS mainly a fitness and nutrition web site - but other areas for dating etc that u can't even access unless you sign up. From what ive seen on the web site and how people responded on here - it's clear to me some people just dont want the word gay on their screen through fear that other people may think that they are gay themselves
07-06-2007 08:44 AM
Jelena
Re: Thematic Ads

When I am at uni on pc, I am NOT at classes, but STILL on a public pc. And I DON'T want those ads. Please get rid of it. There must be another possibility to get money.
07-06-2007 08:21 AM
Nathaliia
Re: Thematic Ads

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Originally Posted by safin-rules-no.1 View Post
should you really be on MTF when at work?
Was my point exactly.


Anyway it was rather a clear point to understand from my post, not sure why was not understood.
07-06-2007 06:45 AM
safin-rules-no.1
Re: Thematic Ads

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Originally Posted by Vamos Ljubo! View Post
im not gay and i dont want those ads when im at work.
should you really be on MTF when at work?
07-06-2007 06:00 AM
El Legenda
Re: Thematic Ads

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Originally Posted by Black Mamba View Post
I think that when using a computer at work for non-working purposes it's irrelevant whether it's tennis forum or gay fitness site. If somebody is gay or wants to go to gay pages - why should she/he be discriminated because of it? Why do you feel embarassed? Nobody's business what pages you are browsing, and when you're supposed to work or do classes that time, being caught with opened Wimbledon livescore can be equally harmful.

And honestly, I find these banners rather but in a hilarious way.
im not gay and i dont want those ads when im at work.
07-05-2007 10:00 PM
SloKid
Re: Thematic Ads

These ads may not be appropriate, but people using them as an excuse to bash gays and show their homophobia and hatred in either subtle or open ways are just sad and smallminded.
07-05-2007 09:39 PM
Nathaliia
Re: Thematic Ads

I think that when using a computer at work for non-working purposes it's irrelevant whether it's tennis forum or gay fitness site. If somebody is gay or wants to go to gay pages - why should she/he be discriminated because of it? Why do you feel embarassed? Nobody's business what pages you are browsing, and when you're supposed to work or do classes that time, being caught with opened Wimbledon livescore can be equally harmful.

And honestly, I find these banners rather but in a hilarious way.
07-05-2007 03:59 PM
safin-rules-no.1
Re: Thematic Ads

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Originally Posted by scarecrows View Post
people dont like Real Jocks
there are so few of us left they feel intimidated

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Originally Posted by kartveteran View Post
Yeah, seriously! It's not safe anymore to surf mtf at work, where colleagues can look at your screen when they walk by. I really hope the administrators will consider replacing this add by something less disturbing.
yes they are so disturbing arnt they :retard:
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