This Sucks,......Whoops! I mean,......It draws huge amounts of Vacuum.
Dogs are great judges of character, and if your dog doesn't like somebody being around, you shouldn't trust them.
Experimenting my ass, this is just their cover up to get more money out of us members. It will surly stay forever!
BTW: the dude in that picture looks just like my youngest son, Casey.
I get enough spam in my junk mail selling me viagara, drugs, women from ukraine (mail-order brides).
Google... seriously? what more can you sell me. I really would hate this.
and Inspector right on this one
Real, you sure that isn't your son? maybe hes modeling now ;)
Inspector:Real, you sure that isn't your son? maybe hes modeling now ;)
Just looks a lot like him. Not him though. He's 6', 4" tall and attracts a lot of female attention.
When he was 16, a woman propositioned him right in front of me while we were shopping for new shoes for him.
He got embarrassed when I chewed her ass out at high volume in front of everyone in the store.
Not to worry ! This may be a very bad move by Google (which I hope they soon realise), but to rescue us users from these unwanted attentions, there's always Adblock Plus !...
I personally have no issues with this. Google continues to offer great messaging service for free, on reliable servers, easily accessible. I'd rather have this then have automatic embedded signatures in my outgoing e-mails.
Agreed on the great messaging service ! But to my mind, it would be a major mistake on the part of Google to make it less great by including these ads, which are far more annoying than the comparatively discrete and well behaved ads most Gmail users are accustomed to seeing. Attempting to squeeze the last gram of advertising revenue out of a service is not always the smartest move over the long term....
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