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kids start to learn young eh.
"Daddy, what's a bigger penis?"
- and you'd never guess where they get that idea in their headhungrycho
As a 9er, I dont get upset by these things.
wow, that's totally fucked up.
"Remember son, the pen is mightier...."
"son, don't click on that game"
Joking aside, this is just wrong. This is a kid's site.
You should tell them so they can punch their ad supplier in the face and give you a free Powerpuff Girls box set.
- eh, well maybe if they offer some Ben10 stuff. My boy has no need for girl stuff.arthur
- If they DO send the PPG box set I'll gladly take it off your hand :Dninjasavant
- will do:)arthur
daamn...thats so wrong.
that's some lazy ass development there, you could filter out types of ads and even generate specific ads by clicking a few check boxes , my boy is on that site lots too
- Has he asked you about a larger penis?TheBlueOne
- no but we saw Yes Man and there was a bit about email spam , he chuckledBattleAxe
Lower price-point than the adult swim site.
- as in you clicked the ad and shopped?ninjasavant
- not shopped, i mean. just a screenshot. the ads were there this morning too, but don't see them nowarthur
- ninja I've taken Enzyte and I'am swelling with pride no need to add inchesRamanisky2
- Check out this chubby santaninjasavant
it's most likely their ad-provider. they probably screwed up the stream they were shooting to CN's ad rotations.
- haha... I hope that was unintentional. Or congrats if it wasn't.bencarmean
you have a long road ahead of you.
Haha... they have a safesurf rating meta tag in their header.
just browse thru firefox next time w/ the AdBlock extension enabled... it should filter out most ads altogether
This is in their FAQ:
I saw an offensive and/or child-inappropriate advertisement appearing on CartoonNetwork.com. Why is this?
We at CartoonNetwork.com make it our first priority to provide your child with a fun and rewarding online experience. We appreciate and share your concern about inappropriate advertisements on our Web site and have strict policies regarding the advertising we display.
Unfortunately, it has been brought to our attention that some of our users have become victims of third-party software commonly referred to as "spyware." Internet users can unknowingly install spyware while downloading new software, add-ons or updates through the Internet.
Spyware is a type of data collection program that gathers information about your Internet use and relays it to advertisers and other interested parties. Additionally, some spyware programs can adversely affect the user's computer performance and display unwanted advertisements and pop-up windows during Internet use.
Many of these programs are very sophisticated in making their unwanted ads appear to be part of a regular Web site. This is likely what has happened to your computer while you were viewing CartoonNetwork.com.
In order to remove spyware, a software application such as Ad-Aware or Spybot is necessary. More information about anti-spyware programs for Windows is available through the Microsoft Web site.
Once again, it is very important to us that CartoonNetwork.com be fun and safe environment for everyone. We continue to monitor the ads Cartoon Network approves for display on its Web site to ensure that they are appropriate for our visitors, and we invite you to contact us if you have any additional concerns.
- your ads got batesoled.ninjasavant
- spyware is such a great scapegoat.
or you've been visiting some naughty places on the internet..SteveJobs
- whoa, i didn't see this comingMilan
- this is my son's computer and it's totally clean - so it's not my badarthur
*seriously, DO those things work ?