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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.

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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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