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Red Dead Redemption 2 offers up an astoundingly engrossing world that's remarkably easy to get lost in. This big year-two expansion irons out most of Destiny 2's wrinkles and offers some of the most mysterious, enjoyable content the series has seen so far. They just keep getting worse, and I do have an ad-blocker but I'm primarily talking about the ones embedded into the page. I like the giant bomb ads.
They are funny and original. I am particularly fond of the GB app ones. I like the ads for, like, online dating websites that steal images from around the internet without the consent of the pictured lady. But hey, man, ads account for revenue for some sites so y'know, help 'em out. Dude get ad blocker plus through firefox. If you don't want to follow that advice, then stop complaining. I just told you how to make them go away. I don't get bothered by them, they are usually funny.
I can't imagine how anybody clicks on them. Meh, I barely ever notice them anymore. They've become like background noise at a shopping mall. No way dude, Internet ads are pretty sweet! How else would I win the millions and millions of dollars for being the 1,,th visitor to every other site on the net?
I do hope everyone knows I'm not outright complaining. Again, I can block pop-ups. I just think the ones on webpages these days, that are presented to us, are incredibly stupid.
Never have ads been anything close to intelligent. Hopefully that clears up a bit. I don't mind ads too much as long as they don't take up a bunch of the page.
I fucking hate the ones that pop out and take up the whole screen and you can't do shit with them for 10 seconds. Yea as many people before me said, use adblock plus it works great even on the stuff embedded on the page. I usually find ads fairly easy to annoy.
Sites should stick to ones that just sit quiety in the corner and mind their own business, otherwise, there's plenty of other sites I can visit. If I see one more Evony add I'm just going to have to turn off my fucking search filter and google boobs. Do you really need to go fuck yourself as much as I think you should? Calm down, it's just an ad, Christ..
They're not that big of an inconvenience at all GiantBomb is one of the few websites that I turn Adblock in Firefox off on. All the other advertisements are most garbage. Please Log In to post. Vinchenzo Follow Forum Posts: Have you ever gone to the ad page? They have a fake comment section that, when you try to find the reply box, always says, "Replies have been shut down because of spam.
The insurance or degree ads that make no sense. Where they have like a 6 second clip of a girl that is excited and turns around toward the camera. Or ones that have a bunch of monkeys with names of majors in the center. Cerza Follow Forum Posts: CoverlessTech Follow Forum Posts: Get a better ad blocker? I haven't seen ads in years. Read my original post. I'm not talking about pop-ups. Porn Ads are the worst Haha But seriously, yes. DonChipotle Follow Forum Posts: Wright Follow Forum Posts: I always use it to sneep embedded ads and such.
That can block embedded ads too? Just blanks out the space? Mine even blocks some of the annoying ones inbedded in videos. But yeah do internet ads actually work.. Hitchenson Follow Forum Posts: Eh, ads don't really bother me, I don't use an ad blocker and I never have.
I just think they use to be a bit more original and intelligent. I know that sounds weird. I am not talking about pop up ads at all. I don't see ads anywhere on the web. Get firefox and install adblock plus, subscribe to the easy usa option and you will never see an ad again. Even the pop of ads on youtube videos are blocked.
Adblock plus for firefox ftw? Discorsi Follow Forum Posts: Lies Follow Forum Posts: There's little it doesn't catch. Illmatic Follow Forum Posts: Crono Follow Forum Posts: But you should look into a firefox plugin called ad blocker plus.
It works so well that it was your topic reminded me that in browser ads still exist. Scooper Follow Forum Posts: Ouroboros Follow Forum Posts: Chick is hot on that. Penis enlargers work, the ones where you have to stretch your dick. WinterSnowblind Follow Forum Posts: I've simply gotten used to them. That's how long I have been on the internet. It was an 8-bit color image of Mikey Mouse. It took forever, but it blew my mind, such high resolution P " You young whipper snappers!!! Ads are ads and websites will usually have them so get used to them.
Jesus Follow Forum Posts: Read the fucking thread, don't just look at the title and make assumptions on what a thread is about. Don't you have some pointless polls to make? Bring back the main forum list.
It'd be nice if things WERE equal, if ads didn't have to get that hyperbolic to get a reaction, but what most people end up doing is complain about men being treated the same way as women, and not The message is, "How does it make YOU feel to see yourself as furniture in an ad?
It's a good message. It would be the same if they showed naked men in men's suits ads around other men who are clothed. The only way for most men to get it is to truly put them in the position that we currently put women.
Men do fear being sex as a sex object by women. It's not particularly threatening and many think they desire it However being seen as a sex object by other men, then drives the point home. It was, and is, about more rights and privileges to women, on expense of everything else. And there are too many double standards and "coincidental, collateral damage" from feminist actions to belive otherwise.
Considering men's rights to govern their own body is never under threat, men are not underpaid for their work in the majority of professions, men generally don't get killed for refusing advances, men have always had a right to education, to vote, to lead, to own things, to marry without their father's permission, to work without their spouse's permission, that men who rape women still don't nearly get blamed enough for their acts when the women instead are ostracized, I'd say that feminism has pretty good incentive to focus first on women's rights.
That needs to include fighting against racism, homophobia, transphobia, ableism, ageism, and sexism at large. How about, instead of freaking out about women gaining rights, you actually worry about the large number of issues that men ACTUALLY face, like difficulty to seek help for physical and emotional pain, the toxic imperative of performing masculinity in an aggressive manner or be shunned, which too often turns them into mass shooters?
It WAS always about the rights and privileges of women, because it was started by women who were being put down by society - it was a reaction against sexism, but it was never at the expense of anything else.
I've read old feminist manifestos and essays and there's usually a good amount of emphasis put on how this about making women equal to men, not better than or above them, as many men during the early days of, say, the suffragette movement feared. The idea of making feminism equal to "equality in general" seems like generalizing the movement too much and it's not like a person can't be both a feminist and support other things , though there are many modern feminists who treat it like it's meant to be directly relevant to all other forms "fighting for equality".
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Get the latest inspiring stories via our awesome iOS app! Download Bored Panda app! What do you think? Hugo Raible 1 year ago Yep. Patrick McKenna 1 year ago that's an excellent point.
Rebecca Bauer 1 year ago That's what's I'm saying!! Random Panda 1 year ago Also saying women usually look "submissive and vulnerable" in ads is utter bullshit. Katrin Pana 1 year ago I was just thinking "nice butt and shoulders", miam: Sarcasticow 1 year ago anarkzie, studies of advertising has showed that both women and men like to look appreciate women's bodies more than men's Sarcasticow 1 year ago Yeah, I'm a woman and when I look at a gorgeous looking woman in advertisement or wherever else, I don't feel like my gender is being offended.
Hans 1 year ago This comment is hidden. Daria B 1 year ago Good message? Barry Parker 1 year ago Ok, but I think an issue you'll find is most men, like me, aren't offended by this any way so it doesn't really have the impact they were looking for. Herb Coleman 1 year ago It would be the same if they showed naked men in men's suits ads around other men who are clothed. Zeynep Kapucu 11 months ago Finally, someone smart. Master Markus 1 year ago It WAS always about the rights and privileges of women, because it was started by women who were being put down by society - it was a reaction against sexism, but it was never at the expense of anything else.
Subscribe to our top stories Subscribe. You'll get the essential information you need to do your job better, including. To get unlimited content and more benefits, check out our Membership page. We are glad you are enjoying Advertising Age. To get uninterrupted access and additional benefits, become a member today. Log in or go back to the homepage. Twenty years ago, I said a revolution is coming in which women would supersede men. I guess I was a little early with this prediction it's a problem we futurists have , because it's happening right now.
As women forge ahead—pursuing higher education, amassing wealth, and demanding an accountable society—I'm looking at the shifts this will trigger tomorrow and asking, "What about men? But the cracks are showing: Men now start businesses at half the rate of women, for instance, and they represent 70 percent of all suicides. Even the very building blocks of maleness are declining: Testosterone has fallen 17 percent, and the Y chromosome is showing signs of crumbling. The world men created and ruled doesn't work anymore, and they don't have the tools to fix it.
The media needs to help. Our job, as brands and marketers, is to interpret these deep, difficult shifts and put new products, imagery, messaging and support out there. We discussed that men will get angrier before they accept change.
That women will separate themselves and rise. That it's a mandate to show youth a path forward. It's the embedded notion of masculinity that needs a total renovation, not manhood itself. No one wants to see half the population in distress, foundering and failing. When masculinity gets rethought, men rise. So here's what I have to say to those of us in the business of brands and marketing: We need to take the following five steps together. Create the third aisle: Make products that are not for men or women, but for either and all the shades in between.
Quit drawing distinctions where they aren't needed. Half of all millennials believe gender is a spectrum and the rest of us need to get on board. Look at how Mr. Smith hair care is gender-neutral, designed for human heads—the person's genitalia don't matter.
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