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Old 07-25-2006, 12:35 PM
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Big Fish, also big amount of popups when i clicked to see larger picture and tried to exit out. That wasn't nice.
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Old 07-27-2006, 12:42 AM
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Big Fish, also big amount of popups when i clicked to see larger picture and tried to exit out. That wasn't nice.
Sorry, download Internet explorer 7, has a great popup blocker!
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Thanks Saigon,
Actually I have pretty good popup blockers now, just when I went to exit out a gambling site came up wanting me to throw what little money I have at them. Haven't had any problem after i exited the page. A couple of months ago I had some Italian ****, gambling site just about take over my computer, drove me crazy until i found their isp and bombed the crap out of them. Then i added a whole lot of spy ware and anti virus programs, so far they do a good job of stopping anything from coming in or getting rid of it if it does. I have teens at home so you never know what's going to come at you. Not that they ever go to questionable sites
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