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#13889

Post by EvilLocks » 1 year ago

nameless wrote:
1 year ago
I on the other hand don't give a rat's ass. That's me. I just got to be different. The most this site can do is ban me and if they do that how is that going to hurt me? Is it going to somehow make it so that I don't find out about breakthrough hair growth treatments? I really don't think so. This site doesn't investigate new hair treatment info. If they ban me will that my access to Tsuji (or some other breakthrough treatment) will be delayed because I wasn't coming to this site? I really don't think so. This site is nothing but an extremist right-wing bigot site.
What I don't understand is why you spend so much time here if 99% of the members are bigots? If you don't really care about this site, why do you stick around? Surely there must be other more productive things to do with your time?
I like this forum, and I like it's members. It gives me a reason to stick around but if I disliked most of the members here I would not bother posting. Why do you? :thumbup:

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Post by nameless » 1 year ago

EvilLocks wrote:
1 year ago
What I don't understand is why you spend so much time here if 99% of the members are bigots? If you don't really care about this site, why do you stick around? Surely there must be other more productive things to do with your time?
I like this forum, and I like it's members. It gives me a reason to stick around but if I disliked most of the members here I would not bother posting. Why do you? :thumbup:
Well first of all I don't think 99% of the people here are bigots. Secondly, the same as you liking people here motivates you to come here, me disliking people here can motivate me to come here. I really don't have a lot of live social interaction. What's the point? All bald people get in real-life socializing is bald jokes and crap like that. I'd be a fool to subject myself to that. So I guess I come here for something to do.

I definitely disagree with the bigoted things that some people here say. But when I wasn't disfigured I didn't argue with people much. The difference is that these days I'm stressed and angry about being disfigured. I think my reason for ragging on bigots here is that hair loss has me stressed and angry enough that things that would ordinarily just bug me somewhat are irking me quite a bit instead.

I guess my anger here, like the depression you felt when you were suicidal, is an expression of how I feel about being disfigured.

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#13985

Post by Wire » 1 year ago

Admin wrote:
1 year ago
Alright, I've given CaptainForehead's as well as nameless's remarks careful consideration and decided to add a rule to the guidelines to prevent negative rating spam. Here it is:

:thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

Excellent. I agree that 5 neg votes from five different people is a much stronger judgement than 5 neg votes from one person.

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I think so because down-voting and up-voting is a form of speech. Since he prevents my down-voting that means he limits my speech.
Well argued. :thumbup:

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Post by rclark » 8 months ago

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I think something's drunk in this PHP software. My images keep posting twice... :oops:

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Post by Admin » 8 months ago

Sorry if you're seeing tons of ads. Google prompted me to activate "automatic ads" and I just noticed the site was flooded.

I reverted the settings but it seems it's going to to take some time before the changes are effective.
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Post by yettee » 8 months ago

Admin wrote:
8 months ago
Sorry if you're seeing tons of ads. Google prompted me to activate "automatic ads" and I just noticed the site was flooded.

I reverted the settings but it seems it's going to to take some time before the changes are effective.
I see no ads at all, but I'm getting a pink bar saying this -

Ad blocker detected: Our website is made possible by displaying online advertisements to our visitors. Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker on our website.

I do use an ad blocker... so for whatever its worth, if anyones getting overwhelmed with ads on the site now, an ad blocker will apparently delete em.

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Post by Guest-4 » 8 months ago

I see ads and I'm not bothered by them for the time being. I hope that you can make a modest profit off of this site.

The type of ad that I hate is when a video with sound starts to play automatically. Please avoid those if you can.

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#19253

Post by Admin » 8 months ago

yettee wrote:
8 months ago
if anyones getting overwhelmed with ads on the site now, an ad blocker will apparently delete em.
:-x

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Post by Guest-2 » 8 months ago

yettee wrote:
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I see no ads at all, but I'm getting a pink bar saying this -

Ad blocker detected: Our website is made possible by displaying online advertisements to our visitors. Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker on our website.

I do use an ad blocker... so for whatever its worth, if anyones getting overwhelmed with ads on the site now, an ad blocker will apparently delete em.
Mostly BCBG ads.

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#19256

Post by yettee » 8 months ago

Afro_Vacancy wrote:
8 months ago
I see ads and I'm not bothered by them for the time being. I hope that you can make a modest profit off of this site.

The type of ad that I hate is when a video with sound starts to play automatically. Please avoid those if you can.
LOL... it actually didn't occur to me that the ads might be beneficial to admin. I was thinking that his post about them meant theyre an annoyance he's trying to eliminate. Anyway I turned off the ad blocker on this pc and yeah its not bad. :lol:

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Post by Guest-2 » 8 months ago

So if I wind up buying a tacky, overpriced dress, it's the @Admin fault?

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Post by Admin » 8 months ago

Hairblues wrote:
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So if I wind up buying a tacky, overpriced dress, it's the @Admin fault?
It's all Google ads and they target you based on your online behavior.

This morning, it was all pizza ads for me.

I ended up having pizza for lunch :pepe-sad:.
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Post by Guest-2 » 8 months ago

Admin wrote:
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It's all Google ads and they target you based on your online behavior.

This morning, it was all pizza ads for me.

I ended up having pizza for lunch :pepe-sad:.
yeah, I get hit with so many of the same over-priced stores on Facebook I've never ordered from. I think its the 'buy likes' in ads. Thats how it is with Amazon ads at least.

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Post by Wire » 8 months ago

Admin wrote:
8 months ago
Sorry if you're seeing tons of ads. Google prompted me to activate "automatic ads" and I just noticed the site was flooded.

I reverted the settings but it seems it's going to to take some time before the changes are effective.
How much money do you get from this site Admin?

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#19283

Post by Admin » 8 months ago

CaptainForehead wrote:
8 months ago
How much money do you get from this site Admin?
Right now, about 20€ a month in ad revenue and donations. It beats zero, right?! :thumbup:

The revenue recently doubled and the website's ranking improved quite a lot on Google.

This forum now has around 6000 unique visitors a month. So thank you guys for helping making this place what it is! :)
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