I really hate coming up with titles for these, sorry.
There is an ad on here that is really inappropriate. I'm not a prude, but c'mon. It is sexually animated and pretty explicit for a commercial. I tend to tune out all ads for the most part, but that's not always a good thing. I have been sitting next to the kids on the couch when I all of a sudden noticed it and I am currently in the library where I just happened to look down and see the ad. To add to it's salaciousness, it moves and is extremely realistic. I know HPs depends on advertising, which I have no qualms with, but for a place that has strict rules when it comes to writing, moving sexual images played constantly at the bottom of the screen is a questionable choice.
Apparently this has been addressed... sorry.
I read over that other thread and forgive me, but it's mostly..... garbage.
First of all, nothing of that nature is watched on my comp. I can guarantee it no matter what someone would want to insinuate. Second of all, I saw the ad this morning at home, the morning after I cleaned my cache, which I do to keep the comp. running more efficiently.
Secondly, I am currently at the library, in the children's dept. directly in front of the librarian's desk. There has been NO porn on this comp. So... give us reason # 2 why this is on our screens.
Hi Beth37, I'm not sure if you're regularly checking the other thread, but we found the culprit and removed the ad from rotation. Details here: http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/118879#post2517424
Oh, thank you very much. I can't do that at the kids library, I don't think, b/c it is their comp., but I can do that at home. Thank you!
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