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Good for you, Mickstuder...

I do that too.

I do disable blockers long enough to make a list of their sponsors that advertise on their site - so I can tell those corporations and their sponsors/advertisers in a letter what reasons I have for not purchasing/using any of their products/services.

 

The advertising agencies are best described by this cartoon...

 

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He (tRump) is useless on top of the ground - he should be under it - inspiring the cabbages...
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I get that message often. I do un-block it on sites that I like or use often. Otherwise, I just leave the website.

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I pay over $200 a Month for my Cable Interent Phone - You Want Money - Go See Comcast - I already paid them to view your Content

 

I Use Dozens of Sites That Have No Issue With My Ad Blocker- Huffpost - Atlantic - Mediate - Real Clear Poltics - Axios - McClatchy - Buzzfeed - Mother Jones - Bloomberg - Boston Globe - Five Thirty Eight - AP - Reuters

 

- These Other People Below Are Greedy

 

 

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Source - mick studer

 

 

( " If I do not believe as you believe, it proves that you do not believe as I believe, and this is all that it proves. Sam Adams )

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" - Anonymous

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