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ad blockers #13987735 05/06/21 11:46 AM
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If you block our ads, it affects what we earn on the forums. Please consider not blocking them. Our forums are very secure. The chances of catching a virus from an Internet ad are slim, especially here. If you don't trust banner ads, don't click on them. If you want to support the TFF, don't block our ads.

Gracis for considering!


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Re: ad blockers [Re: J.P. Greeson] #13989785 05/08/21 01:59 AM
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Originally Posted by Lalo
I almost replied to your post, but I did not know if that is appropriate. I think you should let people know that they can keep their ad blocker, but set it to allow ads only on THF. That is what I just did in response to your post.


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