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7/31/2016 4:41:36 AM
Posted: 4 months ago
If you can get past the guy's horrible voice and style, the first video is quite good at illustrating evidence of fraud.

http://www.liveleak.com...
BrendanD19
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7/31/2016 6:14:29 AM
Posted: 4 months ago
At 7/31/2016 4:41:36 AM, capob wrote:
If you can get past the guy's horrible voice and style, the first video is quite good at illustrating evidence of fraud.

http://www.liveleak.com...

ypu know you can get that on Youtube right?
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7/31/2016 8:21:26 AM
Posted: 4 months ago
At 7/31/2016 5:21:54 AM, Peepette wrote:
Any link that post half naked women as adds has no credibility, lets move on.

1) Ads pay for operating costs of the website. The highest bidders for available marketing spaces get the spots. Smaller sites generating less traffic will receive less offers for filling the marketing slots, so they take what they can get.

2) How do the types of ads running on the borders of a website decrease the validity of the content of the message?

3) So although the content of the video is filled with citations, full and clear display of references and sources, and is packed full of verifiable facts; the site has no credibility due to the type of ads running on the site? How exactly does that work?
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7/31/2016 6:44:24 PM
Posted: 4 months ago
At 7/31/2016 8:21:26 AM, MakeSensePeopleDont wrote:
At 7/31/2016 5:21:54 AM, Peepette wrote:
Any link that post half naked women as adds has no credibility, lets move on.

1) Ads pay for operating costs of the website. The highest bidders for available marketing spaces get the spots. Smaller sites generating less traffic will receive less offers for filling the marketing slots, so they take what they can get.

Reputable sites, even small ones have parameters on who advertises. Do you ever see adds for strip clubs in home grown local newspapers or adds for escort services in women's magazines? These types of adds are contrary to the image of reputability and are in contrast to the views and interest of their target audience.

2) How do the types of ads running on the borders of a website decrease the validity of the content of the message?

Self-image promotion of respectability and development trust of content to gain the largest numbers of readers. It seems this site has interest in promoting its growth with in the demographic group of male voyeurs. Would you put these types of add on a recipe site? How about advertising alcohol on a MADD web page?

3) So although the content of the video is filled with citations, full and clear display of references and sources, and is packed full of verifiable facts; the site has no credibility due to the type of ads running on the site? How exactly does that work?

How credible would I look, even if extremely knowledgeable, giving a speech on the virtues of owning a AK 47, while sponsored by a non-pacifist hate group, to a room full of Quakers? Obviously, it's a bad choice of audience. Do you think any of them would go out and purchase an AK 47 or join up with my sponsor? The validity of my statements, although knowledgeable and sound fails to have impact. It is highly unlikely I'd be invited back to speak. The same holds true for print print or web content. Who do you want your audience or readership to be? Ads are reflective of the audience interests or sensibilities. Targeted audiences like the adds you see along DIY sites that are of Home Depot and Lowe's. Baby formula adds certainly would be a waste of my advertising dollars on a site describing how to build a masonry deck.
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7/31/2016 7:58:43 PM
Posted: 4 months ago
At 7/31/2016 6:44:24 PM, Peepette wrote:
At 7/31/2016 8:21:26 AM, MakeSensePeopleDont wrote:
At 7/31/2016 5:21:54 AM, Peepette wrote:
Any link that post half naked women as adds has no credibility, lets move on.

1) Ads pay for operating costs of the website. The highest bidders for available marketing spaces get the spots. Smaller sites generating less traffic will receive less offers for filling the marketing slots, so they take what they can get.

Reputable sites, even small ones have parameters on who advertises. Do you ever see adds for strip clubs in home grown local newspapers or adds for escort services in women's magazines? These types of adds are contrary to the image of reputability and are in contrast to the views and interest of their target audience.

You are thinking in terms of high volume sites here. Did you take notice to the quality of the webpage itself as well as the production value of the videos? That website is obviously low traffic. I would compare that site to a New Times magazine or other "Free Take One" publication which would fit the types of businesses requesting ad space.

Now, just because that website, and free publications like New Times are low traffic and low-income, does not mean some of its content cannot be quality, factual, well written, and well cited.


2) How do the types of ads running on the borders of a website decrease the validity of the content of the message?

Self-image promotion of respectability and development trust of content to gain the largest numbers of readers. It seems this site has interest in promoting its growth with in the demographic group of male voyeurs. Would you put these types of add on a recipe site? How about advertising alcohol on a MADD web page?

But your response gives no explanation of how the types of ads running makes the content of the message lose it's validity. Your response just tells me that either you're very easily offended and should probably work on generating a thicker skin; or you were on the prowl for something to complain about it and you found it without even having to watch the video.

I just want you to be aware of how it looks, I'm not attacking you there.


3) So although the content of the video is filled with citations, full and clear display of references and sources, and is packed full of verifiable facts; the site has no credibility due to the type of ads running on the site? How exactly does that work?

How credible would I look, even if extremely knowledgeable, giving a speech on the virtues of owning a AK 47, while sponsored by a non-pacifist hate group, to a room full of Quakers? Obviously, it's a bad choice of audience. Do you think any of them would go out and purchase an AK 47 or join up with my sponsor? The validity of my statements, although knowledgeable and sound fails to have impact. It is highly unlikely I'd be invited back to speak. The same holds true for print print or web content. Who do you want your audience or readership to be? Ads are reflective of the audience interests or sensibilities. Targeted audiences like the adds you see along DIY sites that are of Home Depot and Lowe's. Baby formula adds certainly would be a waste of my advertising dollars on a site describing how to build a masonry deck.

I could go to a lecture and have an early 20's guy dressed like a thug come strolling out with a 40 in one hand, a blunt in the other, and a girl dressed like a hooker standing in front of him, grinding on him like a stripper. If that guy opens his mouth and starts flawlessly lecturing on String Theory, Worm Holes and outlining mathematical equations proving in theory exactly how to create and use tunnels to travel light years in seconds...he's got my full attention and a return customer. I could not care less about the distractions around him, my focus would be on the content of the message, not the environment surrounding him.
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7/31/2016 8:03:32 PM
Posted: 4 months ago
At 7/31/2016 7:58:43 PM, MakeSensePeopleDont wrote:
At 7/31/2016 6:44:24 PM, Peepette wrote:
At 7/31/2016 8:21:26 AM, MakeSensePeopleDont wrote:
At 7/31/2016 5:21:54 AM, Peepette wrote:
Any link that post half naked women as adds has no credibility, lets move on.

1) Ads pay for operating costs of the website. The highest bidders for available marketing spaces get the spots. Smaller sites generating less traffic will receive less offers for filling the marketing slots, so they take what they can get.

Reputable sites, even small ones have parameters on who advertises. Do you ever see adds for strip clubs in home grown local newspapers or adds for escort services in women's magazines? These types of adds are contrary to the image of reputability and are in contrast to the views and interest of their target audience.

You are thinking in terms of high volume sites here. Did you take notice to the quality of the webpage itself as well as the production value of the videos? That website is obviously low traffic. I would compare that site to a New Times magazine or other "Free Take One" publication which would fit the types of businesses requesting ad space.

Now, just because that website, and free publications like New Times are low traffic and low-income, does not mean some of its content cannot be quality, factual, well written, and well cited.
LIveleak is not a low traffic website.
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7/31/2016 8:32:03 PM
Posted: 4 months ago
At 7/31/2016 7:58:43 PM, MakeSensePeopleDont wrote:
At 7/31/2016 6:44:24 PM, Peepette wrote:
At 7/31/2016 8:21:26 AM, MakeSensePeopleDont wrote:
At 7/31/2016 5:21:54 AM, Peepette wrote:
Any link that post half naked women as adds has no credibility, lets move on.

1) Ads pay for operating costs of the website. The highest bidders for available marketing spaces get the spots. Smaller sites generating less traffic will receive less offers for filling the marketing slots, so they take what they can get.

Reputable sites, even small ones have parameters on who advertises. Do you ever see adds for strip clubs in home grown local newspapers or adds for escort services in women's magazines? These types of adds are contrary to the image of reputability and are in contrast to the views and interest of their target audience.

You are thinking in terms of high volume sites here. Did you take notice to the quality of the webpage itself as well as the production value of the videos? That website is obviously low traffic. I would compare that site to a New Times magazine or other "Free Take One" publication which would fit the types of businesses requesting ad space.


Now, just because that website, and free publications like New Times are low traffic and low-income, does not mean some of its content cannot be quality, factual, well written, and well cited.

Well written and informative or not, the mere fact that they had hoochie ads negated my interest in reading the article.



2) How do the types of ads running on the borders of a website decrease the validity of the content of the message?

Self-image promotion of respectability and development trust of content to gain the largest numbers of readers. It seems this site has interest in promoting its growth with in the demographic group of male voyeurs. Would you put these types of add on a recipe site? How about advertising alcohol on a MADD web page?

But your response gives no explanation of how the types of ads running makes the content of the message lose it's validity. Your response just tells me that either you're very easily offended and should probably work on generating a thicker skin; or you were on the prowl for something to complain about it and you found it without even having to watch the video.

Hardly easily offended, lived long enough to have developed a thick skin. The issue with me not wishing to continue reading the article is the instant assumption that it has no value or of interest to me due to the subject matter of the ads, instant turn off. Those who also have such disinterest in partially naked women I'm sure would come to the same instant impression. As the saying goes, first impressions seal the deal. Web sites only have a second or two to grab the interest of the reader, if the surrounds (ads) are not appealing interest is instantly lost; basic concept in advertising.

I just want you to be aware of how it looks, I'm not attacking you there.

No offense taken, just my perspective.


3) So although the content of the video is filled with citations, full and clear display of references and sources, and is packed full of verifiable facts; the site has no credibility due to the type of ads running on the site? How exactly does that work?

How credible would I look, even if extremely knowledgeable, giving a speech on the virtues of owning a AK 47, while sponsored by a non-pacifist hate group, to a room full of Quakers? Obviously, it's a bad choice of audience. Do you think any of them would go out and purchase an AK 47 or join up with my sponsor? The validity of my statements, although knowledgeable and sound fails to have impact. It is highly unlikely I'd be invited back to speak. The same holds true for print print or web content. Who do you want your audience or readership to be? Ads are reflective of the audience interests or sensibilities. Targeted audiences like the adds you see along DIY sites that are of Home Depot and Lowe's. Baby formula adds certainly would be a waste of my advertising dollars on a site describing how to build a masonry deck.

I could go to a lecture and have an early 20's guy dressed like a thug come strolling out with a 40 in one hand, a blunt in the other, and a girl dressed like a hooker standing in front of him, grinding on him like a stripper. If that guy opens his mouth and starts flawlessly lecturing on String Theory, Worm Holes and outlining mathematical equations proving in theory exactly how to create and use tunnels to travel light years in seconds...he's got my full attention and a return customer. I could not care less about the distractions around him, my focus would be on the content of the message, not the environment surrounding him.

He has your full attention because he knows his audience is interested in the topic.
Do Quakers have interest in guns of war and hate groups?
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7/31/2016 9:07:57 PM
Posted: 4 months ago
At 7/31/2016 8:03:32 PM, Torton wrote:
At 7/31/2016 7:58:43 PM, MakeSensePeopleDont wrote:
At 7/31/2016 6:44:24 PM, Peepette wrote:
At 7/31/2016 8:21:26 AM, MakeSensePeopleDont wrote:
At 7/31/2016 5:21:54 AM, Peepette wrote:
Any link that post half naked women as adds has no credibility, lets move on.

1) Ads pay for operating costs of the website. The highest bidders for available marketing spaces get the spots. Smaller sites generating less traffic will receive less offers for filling the marketing slots, so they take what they can get.

Reputable sites, even small ones have parameters on who advertises. Do you ever see adds for strip clubs in home grown local newspapers or adds for escort services in women's magazines? These types of adds are contrary to the image of reputability and are in contrast to the views and interest of their target audience.

You are thinking in terms of high volume sites here. Did you take notice to the quality of the webpage itself as well as the production value of the videos? That website is obviously low traffic. I would compare that site to a New Times magazine or other "Free Take One" publication which would fit the types of businesses requesting ad space.

Now, just because that website, and free publications like New Times are low traffic and low-income, does not mean some of its content cannot be quality, factual, well written, and well cited.
LIveleak is not a low traffic website.

Depends on your metrics. They average about 1 million hits a day. Problem is there's a bunch of bots constantly refreshing the site, artificially inflating the metrics.

Traffic that does spend time there is quick pass from redditt and pintrest style social media sites. There's no flow of traffic that spends time there which is what your mainstream advertisers really look for in a host
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7/31/2016 9:26:42 PM
Posted: 4 months ago
At 7/31/2016 8:32:03 PM, Peepette wrote:
At 7/31/2016 7:58:43 PM, MakeSensePeopleDont wrote:
At 7/31/2016 6:44:24 PM, Peepette wrote:
At 7/31/2016 8:21:26 AM, MakeSensePeopleDont wrote:
At 7/31/2016 5:21:54 AM, Peepette wrote:
Any link that post half naked women as adds has no credibility, lets move on.

1) Ads pay for operating costs of the website. The highest bidders for available marketing spaces get the spots. Smaller sites generating less traffic will receive less offers for filling the marketing slots, so they take what they can get.

Reputable sites, even small ones have parameters on who advertises. Do you ever see adds for strip clubs in home grown local newspapers or adds for escort services in women's magazines? These types of adds are contrary to the image of reputability and are in contrast to the views and interest of their target audience.

You are thinking in terms of high volume sites here. Did you take notice to the quality of the webpage itself as well as the production value of the videos? That website is obviously low traffic. I would compare that site to a New Times magazine or other "Free Take One" publication which would fit the types of businesses requesting ad space.


Now, just because that website, and free publications like New Times are low traffic and low-income, does not mean some of its content cannot be quality, factual, well written, and well cited.


Well written and informative or not, the mere fact that they had hoochie ads negated my interest in reading the article.


If your interest in things is that easily eliminated, how do you enjoy anything outside of your house?

You can't go to the pool or beach since bikinis are so tiny these days. You can't go to the gym since workout clothes are so tight and tiny. Any place middle and high school kids would be is completely off limits since they seem to get their taste in clothes from Casual Stripper monthly. Heck, with the exception of higher-end establishments, I can't even go out to eat with my wife without having a waitress wearing a top about 6 sizes too small and flaunting it.



2) How do the types of ads running on the borders of a website decrease the validity of the content of the message?

Self-image promotion of respectability and development trust of content to gain the largest numbers of readers. It seems this site has interest in promoting its growth with in the demographic group of male voyeurs. Would you put these types of add on a recipe site? How about advertising alcohol on a MADD web page?

But your response gives no explanation of how the types of ads running makes the content of the message lose it's validity. Your response just tells me that either you're very easily offended and should probably work on generating a thicker skin; or you were on the prowl for something to complain about it and you found it without even having to watch the video.

Hardly easily offended, lived long enough to have developed a thick skin. The issue with me not wishing to continue reading the article is the instant assumption that it has no value or of interest to me due to the subject matter of the ads, instant turn off. Those who also have such disinterest in partially naked women I'm sure would come to the same instant impression. As the saying goes, first impressions seal the deal. Web sites only have a second or two to grab the interest of the reader, if the surrounds (ads) are not appealing interest is instantly lost; basic concept in advertising.

I just want you to be aware of how it looks, I'm not attacking you there.

No offense taken, just my perspective.


3) So although the content of the video is filled with citations, full and clear display of references and sources, and is packed full of verifiable facts; the site has no credibility due to the type of ads running on the site? How exactly does that work?

How credible would I look, even if extremely knowledgeable, giving a speech on the virtues of owning a AK 47, while sponsored by a non-pacifist hate group, to a room full of Quakers? Obviously, it's a bad choice of audience. Do you think any of them would go out and purchase an AK 47 or join up with my sponsor? The validity of my statements, although knowledgeable and sound fails to have impact. It is highly unlikely I'd be invited back to speak. The same holds true for print print or web content. Who do you want your audience or readership to be? Ads are reflective of the audience interests or sensibilities. Targeted audiences like the adds you see along DIY sites that are of Home Depot and Lowe's. Baby formula adds certainly would be a waste of my advertising dollars on a site describing how to build a masonry deck.

I could go to a lecture and have an early 20's guy dressed like a thug come strolling out with a 40 in one hand, a blunt in the other, and a girl dressed like a hooker standing in front of him, grinding on him like a stripper. If that guy opens his mouth and starts flawlessly lecturing on String Theory, Worm Holes and outlining mathematical equations proving in theory exactly how to create and use tunnels to travel light years in seconds...he's got my full attention and a return customer. I could not care less about the distractions around him, my focus would be on the content of the message, not the environment surrounding him.


He has your full attention because he knows his audience is interested in the topic.
Do Quakers have interest in guns of war and hate groups?

Why would you attempt to talk to Quakers about those topics? You'll never have their attention.
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7/31/2016 10:00:37 PM
Posted: 4 months ago
At 7/31/2016 9:26:42 PM, MakeSensePeopleDont wrote:
At 7/31/2016 8:32:03 PM, Peepette wrote:
At 7/31/2016 7:58:43 PM, MakeSensePeopleDont wrote:
At 7/31/2016 6:44:24 PM, Peepette wrote:
At 7/31/2016 8:21:26 AM, MakeSensePeopleDont wrote:
At 7/31/2016 5:21:54 AM, Peepette wrote:
Any link that post half naked women as adds has no credibility, lets move on.

1) Ads pay for operating costs of the website. The highest bidders for available marketing spaces get the spots. Smaller sites generating less traffic will receive less offers for filling the marketing slots, so they take what they can get.

Reputable sites, even small ones have parameters on who advertises. Do you ever see adds for strip clubs in home grown local newspapers or adds for escort services in women's magazines? These types of adds are contrary to the image of reputability and are in contrast to the views and interest of their target audience.

You are thinking in terms of high volume sites here. Did you take notice to the quality of the webpage itself as well as the production value of the videos? That website is obviously low traffic. I would compare that site to a New Times magazine or other "Free Take One" publication which would fit the types of businesses requesting ad space.


Now, just because that website, and free publications like New Times are low traffic and low-income, does not mean some of its content cannot be quality, factual, well written, and well cited.


Well written and informative or not, the mere fact that they had hoochie ads negated my interest in reading the article.


If your interest in things is that easily eliminated, how do you enjoy anything outside of your house?

You can't go to the pool or beach since bikinis are so tiny these days. You can't go to the gym since workout clothes are so tight and tiny. Any place middle and high school kids would be is completely off limits since they seem to get their taste in clothes from Casual Stripper monthly. Heck, with the exception of higher-end establishments, I can't even go out to eat with my wife without having a waitress wearing a top about 6 sizes too small and flaunting it.

I think you're going to extremes to involve greater societal issues. I make remarks on how the media either grabs your interest or it doesn't based on surrounding content. Advertising and marketing basics in knowing your audience and keeping ads in line the target demographic sector. Certainly I'm not offended or turned off by the people in the world around me. With people it tend to ignore the gift wrap and consider the gift.


2) How do the types of ads running on the borders of a website decrease the validity of the content of the message?

Self-image promotion of respectability and development trust of content to gain the largest numbers of readers. It seems this site has interest in promoting its growth with in the demographic group of male voyeurs. Would you put these types of add on a recipe site? How about advertising alcohol on a MADD web page?

But your response gives no explanation of how the types of ads running makes the content of the message lose it's validity. Your response just tells me that either you're very easily offended and should probably work on generating a thicker skin; or you were on the prowl for something to complain about it and you found it without even having to watch the video.

Hardly easily offended, lived long enough to have developed a thick skin. The issue with me not wishing to continue reading the article is the instant assumption that it has no value or of interest to me due to the subject matter of the ads, instant turn off. Those who also have such disinterest in partially naked women I'm sure would come to the same instant impression. As the saying goes, first impressions seal the deal. Web sites only have a second or two to grab the interest of the reader, if the surrounds (ads) are not appealing interest is instantly lost; basic concept in advertising.

I just want you to be aware of how it looks, I'm not attacking you there.

No offense taken, just my perspective.


3) So although the content of the video is filled with citations, full and clear display of references and sources, and is packed full of verifiable facts; the site has no credibility due to the type of ads running on the site? How exactly does that work?

How credible would I look, even if extremely knowledgeable, giving a speech on the virtues of owning a AK 47, while sponsored by a non-pacifist hate group, to a room full of Quakers? Obviously, it's a bad choice of audience. Do you think any of them would go out and purchase an AK 47 or join up with my sponsor? The validity of my statements, although knowledgeable and sound fails to have impact. It is highly unlikely I'd be invited back to speak. The same holds true for print print or web content. Who do you want your audience or readership to be? Ads are reflective of the audience interests or sensibilities. Targeted audiences like the adds you see along DIY sites that are of Home Depot and Lowe's. Baby formula adds certainly would be a waste of my advertising dollars on a site describing how to build a masonry deck.

I could go to a lecture and have an early 20's guy dressed like a thug come strolling out with a 40 in one hand, a blunt in the other, and a girl dressed like a hooker standing in front of him, grinding on him like a stripper. If that guy opens his mouth and starts flawlessly lecturing on String Theory, Worm Holes and outlining mathematical equations proving in theory exactly how to create and use tunnels to travel light years in seconds...he's got my full attention and a return customer. I could not care less about the distractions around him, my focus would be on the content of the message, not the environment surrounding him.


He has your full attention because he knows his audience is interested in the topic.
Do Quakers have interest in guns of war and hate groups?

Why would you attempt to talk to Quakers about those topics? You'll never have their attention.

That's the point, the surrounding adds get your attention,either positive or negative. They are intended to induce you to purchase. if you have no interest or are repulsed by what the advertising is selling, there is no reason in pursuing any further through the site. It's a switch off of attention span to move to somewhere else.

Most of the time ads are benign and people feel ambivalence toward them, a neutral stance; they move on through the site. Wouldn't you feel a bit disconcerted reading about string theory while in the borders are ads for breast pumps and tampons? Most men would. It's an uncomfortable or at least induce a negative visceral reaction due to the periphery subject matter.

Now if the ads on the page we are speaking about were of buff well toned shirtless men, I would consider continuing on with the reading of the article. But I could assume some men would be turned off from this type of objectification as I was with the half naked women.
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8/2/2016 2:07:45 AM
Posted: 4 months ago
At 7/31/2016 10:00:37 PM, Peepette wrote:
At 7/31/2016 9:26:42 PM, MakeSensePeopleDont wrote:
At 7/31/2016 8:32:03 PM, Peepette wrote:
At 7/31/2016 7:58:43 PM, MakeSensePeopleDont wrote:
At 7/31/2016 6:44:24 PM, Peepette wrote:
At 7/31/2016 8:21:26 AM, MakeSensePeopleDont wrote:
At 7/31/2016 5:21:54 AM, Peepette wrote:
Any link that post half naked women as adds has no credibility, lets move on.

1) Ads pay for operating costs of the website. The highest bidders for available marketing spaces get the spots. Smaller sites generating less traffic will receive less offers for filling the marketing slots, so they take what they can get.

Reputable sites, even small ones have parameters on who advertises. Do you ever see adds for strip clubs in home grown local newspapers or adds for escort services in women's magazines? These types of adds are contrary to the image of reputability and are in contrast to the views and interest of their target audience.

You are thinking in terms of high volume sites here. Did you take notice to the quality of the webpage itself as well as the production value of the videos? That website is obviously low traffic. I would compare that site to a New Times magazine or other "Free Take One" publication which would fit the types of businesses requesting ad space.


Now, just because that website, and free publications like New Times are low traffic and low-income, does not mean some of its content cannot be quality, factual, well written, and well cited.


Well written and informative or not, the mere fact that they had hoochie ads negated my interest in reading the article.


If your interest in things is that easily eliminated, how do you enjoy anything outside of your house?

You can't go to the pool or beach since bikinis are so tiny these days. You can't go to the gym since workout clothes are so tight and tiny. Any place middle and high school kids would be is completely off limits since they seem to get their taste in clothes from Casual Stripper monthly. Heck, with the exception of higher-end establishments, I can't even go out to eat with my wife without having a waitress wearing a top about 6 sizes too small and flaunting it.


I think you're going to extremes to involve greater societal issues. I make remarks on how the media either grabs your interest or it doesn't based on surrounding content. Advertising and marketing basics in knowing your audience and keeping ads in line the target demographic sector. Certainly I'm not offended or turned off by the people in the world around me. With people it tend to ignore the gift wrap and consider the gift.


So you can enjoy the gift and ignore the wrap as long as the gift is something you want.


He has your full attention because he knows his audience is interested in the topic.
Do Quakers have interest in guns of war and hate groups?

Why would you attempt to talk to Quakers about those topics? You'll never have their attention.

That's the point, the surrounding adds get your attention,either positive or negative. They are intended to induce you to purchase. if you have no interest or are repulsed by what the advertising is selling, there is no reason in pursuing any further through the site. It's a switch off of attention span to move to somewhere else.

Most of the time ads are benign and people feel ambivalence toward them, a neutral stance; they move on through the site. Wouldn't you feel a bit disconcerted reading about string theory while in the borders are ads for breast pumps and tampons? Most men would. It's an uncomfortable or at least induce a negative visceral reaction due to the periphery subject matter.

Now if the ads on the page we are speaking about were of buff well toned shirtless men, I would consider continuing on with the reading of the article. But I could assume some men would be turned off from this type of objectification as I was with the half naked women.

So be honest from the start, you were looking for something to complain about and you found it before you even looked at the video. Don't beat around the bush. You wasted hours of my time because you couldn't just say you wanted something to whine about.
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8/2/2016 3:08:52 AM
Posted: 4 months ago
At 8/2/2016 2:07:45 AM, MakeSensePeopleDont wrote:
At 7/31/2016 10:00:37 PM, Peepette wrote:
At 7/31/2016 9:26:42 PM, MakeSensePeopleDont wrote:
At 7/31/2016 8:32:03 PM, Peepette wrote:
At 7/31/2016 7:58:43 PM, MakeSensePeopleDont wrote:
At 7/31/2016 6:44:24 PM, Peepette wrote:
At 7/31/2016 8:21:26 AM, MakeSensePeopleDont wrote:
At 7/31/2016 5:21:54 AM, Peepette wrote:
Any link that post half naked women as adds has no credibility, lets move on.

1) Ads pay for operating costs of the website. The highest bidders for available marketing spaces get the spots. Smaller sites generating less traffic will receive less offers for filling the marketing slots, so they take what they can get.

Reputable sites, even small ones have parameters on who advertises. Do you ever see adds for strip clubs in home grown local newspapers or adds for escort services in women's magazines? These types of adds are contrary to the image of reputability and are in contrast to the views and interest of their target audience.

You are thinking in terms of high volume sites here. Did you take notice to the quality of the webpage itself as well as the production value of the videos? That website is obviously low traffic. I would compare that site to a New Times magazine or other "Free Take One" publication which would fit the types of businesses requesting ad space.


Now, just because that website, and free publications like New Times are low traffic and low-income, does not mean some of its content cannot be quality, factual, well written, and well cited.


Well written and informative or not, the mere fact that they had hoochie ads negated my interest in reading the article.


If your interest in things is that easily eliminated, how do you enjoy anything outside of your house?

You can't go to the pool or beach since bikinis are so tiny these days. You can't go to the gym since workout clothes are so tight and tiny. Any place middle and high school kids would be is completely off limits since they seem to get their taste in clothes from Casual Stripper monthly. Heck, with the exception of higher-end establishments, I can't even go out to eat with my wife without having a waitress wearing a top about 6 sizes too small and flaunting it.


I think you're going to extremes to involve greater societal issues. I make remarks on how the media either grabs your interest or it doesn't based on surrounding content. Advertising and marketing basics in knowing your audience and keeping ads in line the target demographic sector. Certainly I'm not offended or turned off by the people in the world around me. With people it tend to ignore the gift wrap and consider the gift.


So you can enjoy the gift and ignore the wrap as long as the gift is something you want.

Nope, people come under a completely different heading. I don't judge people by how they look or by any other criteria. I let them display who they are first, then decide if I'll take them or leave them.


He has your full attention because he knows his audience is interested in the topic.
Do Quakers have interest in guns of war and hate groups?

Why would you attempt to talk to Quakers about those topics? You'll never have their attention.

That's the point, the surrounding adds get your attention,either positive or negative. They are intended to induce you to purchase. if you have no interest or are repulsed by what the advertising is selling, there is no reason in pursuing any further through the site. It's a switch off of attention span to move to somewhere else.

Most of the time ads are benign and people feel ambivalence toward them, a neutral stance; they move on through the site. Wouldn't you feel a bit disconcerted reading about string theory while in the borders are ads for breast pumps and tampons? Most men would. It's an uncomfortable or at least induce a negative visceral reaction due to the periphery subject matter.

Now if the ads on the page we are speaking about were of buff well toned shirtless men, I would consider continuing on with the reading of the article. But I could assume some men would be turned off from this type of objectification as I was with the half naked women.

So be honest from the start, you were looking for something to complain about and you found it before you even looked at the video. Don't beat around the bush. You wasted hours of my time because you couldn't just say you wanted something to whine about.

I'm not a complainer or a snood. You were looking for a conversation and I gave you my honest opinion on the topic, that's all. I negated the site due to the off putting ads. They did not appeal to my sensibilities, therefore did not appeal to the demographic that I'm a part of. I gave my points and you can accept them or not. We don't have to agree, that's fine. I will state that you were not disrespectful in your interaction with me, which I do appreciate. Too often on this site things resort to name calling. Thanks for your civility. I don't feel our discussion was a waste of time. Until next time.