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    pete g commented  · 

    It isn't Yahoo's fault, it is where your ISP is dumping their traffic into the web. I am guessing you are using a corporate network? Corporations often have internet gateways that funnel traffic out to the public web in certain locations on your corporate Wide Area Network. Somebody is backhauling your traffic to Laredo or San Antonio, that is why the ads are regarding those cities

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    pete g commented  · 

    You should know that Yahoo HQ is in Santa Clara, CA. You should also know that our "president" has a major obsession with Nancy Pelosi, and that is why he never asked for wall funding until the Dems took over as House leaders. The more you watch him fight like a spoiled child with the Dem leadership, the less you see of how this man is looting the United States.

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    pete g commented  · 

    Now THERE is an idea! Let's make all the stories that support the LEFT on the Left side of the page, and all the stories that support the RIGHT on the right side of the page! That way, I can adjust my BROWSER SETTINGS to no longer show the right side of the page (as I already do to not see the ads that are usually posted on the right side of the page), and everyone will be happy!

    But that would make too much sense, and I am finding that MOST folks who hide behind the handle "Anonymous" are so lame, they don't get it anyway. "Anonymous" = admitting "I am lame"

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    pete g commented  · 

    Yahoo has to make money someplace, and to have a site that is free to us, they need to make money somehow, and that is by ..... wait for it..... selling advertising space!!

    Selling advertising space has been with us since the days of billboards, newspaper ads, heck, even your beloved NASCAR events! Get with the program, Skippy!

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    pete g commented  · 

    The problem is in your own browser, my friend, not the Yahoo website. Yahoo sells ad space to folks like DoubleClick, who use stuff from your own browser history to target ads to you. It is sort of like when a bunch of people in real life are offering you a breath mint, it probably means your own breath reeks. Sounds like, the ad sellers are seeing so many cookies in your browser, they figure the first thing you need is to get your browser cleaned up!

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    pete g commented  · 

    Why all the comments from "Anonymous" handles in here? An anonymous post is as lame as an Anonymous tip when you are trying to get someone in trouble. "Anonymous" =LAME!!!

    pete g commented  · 

    I believe the word you are thinking of is "unbiasED". And I think Yahoo is as balanced and unbiased as Fox News is, don't you?

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    pete g commented  · 

    They DID notify you.... it was an article about how they are trying to get the Russian hacker accounts cleaned up.

    "Anonymous"? Don't you think they should START any cleanup by first going after the folks who hide behind lame logins like "anonymous"?

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    pete g commented  · 

    Hmmm, and how did you know that CNN had a bomb threat? Maye it was you who called it in to CNN, and you were mad that you couldn't see all the upheaval you caused when you tried to watch it here? You DO know that bomb threats are taken VERY seriously by LEOs, right? Which one of you Trump brown shirts called in that bomb threat to CNN, eh? I mean, phoning in fake bomb threats are a pretty juvenile activity, but the average Trump supporter has the brain wattage of a nightlight anyway, so it makes sense. When Yahoo did not carry the story, did it cause you to not get off that day? Wasted a handful of Mommy's hand ******, did we?

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    pete g commented  · 

    If you don't like their views here, WHY DO YOU CONTINUE TO READ THE PAGE? Go over to Fox News and read their fantasy pieces on how honest and hard-working the "president" is!

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    pete g commented  · 

    "Your reporting of our president and our county is disgusting, embarrassing, anti-American"

    Well, so is the current president.

    Oh. and the word is "biasED", rube.

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    The daily illustrations of what an inept and fake "leader" this guy is is the only reason why I continue to keep Yahoo as a news source! Please drop coverage of the Royals and that "K" family too, so the trailer-park Trump supporters HAVE to read more of the Trump bashing stories (I know, they don't actually READ, so make sure you put in lots of unflattering pictures of Our National Embarrassment)

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    pete g commented  · 

    I would think a "Content Filter", like AdBlock gives us, would not only be beneficial to viewers, but it would also be advantageous to Yahoo to spot what trends and topics are dying. With a simple filter, a user could add words they mo longer want to see content or pictures with that word in the title. For instance, I add the word "Markle" to the filter, and bam, no more trash about the British Royals. Of course, the first word going in to the filter for me would actually be the name of that publicity-drunk "K" family whose name I even refuse to write out, so you could even include their name as the default first-filtered item.

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    I would think a "Content Filter", like AdBlock gives us, would not only be beneficial to viewers, but it would also be advantageous to Yahoo to spot what trends and topics are dying. With a simple filter, a user could add words they mo longer want to see content or pictures with that word in the title. For instance, I add the word "Markle" to the filter, and bam, no more trash about the British Royals. Of course, the first word going in to the filter for me would actually be the name of that publicity-drunk "K" family whose name I even refuse to write out, so you could even include their name as the default first-filtered item.

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    I would think a "Content Filter", like AdBlock gives us, would not only be beneficial to viewers, but it would also be advantageous to Yahoo to spot what trends and topics are dying. With a simple filter, a user could add words they mo longer want to see content or pictures with that word in the title. For instance, I add the word "Markle" to the filter, and bam, no more trash about the British Royals. Of course, the first word going in to the filter for me would actually be the name of that publicity-drunk "K" family whose name I even refuse to write out, so you could even include their name as the default first-filtered item.

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