I didn't know you were really a cougar on the prowl, such a shame I am a young man...
Yeah man, I buy people, who also use this computer, gifts all the time, and I can't have them finding out, just like it says in the Incognito description. No, I find it to be the easiest way to get rid of cookies, temp files, and history in one go. I checked my mothers pc a few weeks ago, 4 gigs of temp internet files, no thank you. I also use it for looking at nekkid ladies.Currently my ad banner is reading:
'Play Drums Insanely Fast'.
If anybody has heard any of my band's music, they'll know how hilarious that is to me.
As for the 'older ladies' advert, I've had that too. I feel insulted. I'm still a young man, I'm 24. I mean, I act like an old git but I didn't know Google Ads had that much on me.
Interesting that you have Chrome on 'Incognito'. That usually means only one thing...
See, I would be more inclined to believe that, if I was browsing a bunch of single sites. But I guess there's something I do that means older women want my seed, other than my borderline unhealthy smut obsession. Now I love older women, but everyone on the internet is a man until proven otherwise.Google ads usually say a lot more about your browsing habits than they do about the site they get displayed on.
You both seem to know a lot about this, and you're both in Portland. I now think this says a lot more about Portland than it does about browsing habits.I hope you didn't have to learn that the hard way. The problem too is getting the proof without having to see the proof, if you take my meaning.
I noticed that too. I immediately thought 'Amodeo' is reminiscent of 'Amadeus' aka Mozart, and I would guess Anthony is quite a Mozart of drumming. Very fitting.Hey Gvda, you've had a facelift! I think it's supposed to be "Drummerworld Pro Drummer" rather than just "Pro Drummer"... ?
Let's everybody settle down. I was just riffing on young jofizzm's comment. But you're right, this town is nothing if not one giant freak-fest.You both seem to know a lot about this, and you're both in Portland. I now think this says a lot more about Portland than it does about browsing habits.