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What in the hell?? [May. 16th, 2005|10:13 pm]
Okay. Usually I understand the google ads. Usually they have something to do with....something. Even if it's a fairly abstract reference to a word in an email.

But I totally do NOT get this one.

In my previous post, Alex left a comment with a link to an NPR show about Asperger's. (And let me say, it was a truly amazing show). Anyhow, when I opened up the email that had in it...

Oh, wow. Thanks Alex!!!!

Their reply was:

one of my favorite things about NPR. Almost all of the shows I can go
"Hey, I heard this and thought of you" and still let the person hear
the actual show. :p

The show was very educational and raised
more than a few questions for me. I think there may also be some real
hope raising things there as well. I found it interesting, particularly
the historian talking about figures in American history that he
suspects had AS.

You can imagine my surprise and complete and utter boggletude about

Hope Silicone Bracelets
100% Silicone, Adult and Youth Bulk Orders Only! As low as $.35

Cockatiel Secrets
Learn the secrets to raising the perfect Cockatiel

Your Parrot Will Talk
Up A Storm In 30 Days Or Less. People Will Be Amazed.

Okay. Seriously....What the fuck?

From: _dahne_
2005-05-17 03:29 am (UTC)
My favorite was from the ads that used to appear above EZboards. The headlines of some were a bit truncated, due to space issues. Therefore, in a discussion about fantasy novels, there was a lovely box advertising "Terry Goodkind's Naked."
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[User Picture]From: qilora
2005-05-17 08:46 am (UTC)

"raised" and "raising" and "talking" = parrots, cockatiels....


i'm stumped about the bracelet though...

Jules & Co.
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[User Picture]From: sina_bean
2005-05-17 12:23 pm (UTC)
I believe the bracelet came from the link www.columbusfundraising.com but yes, it is an odd combination of ads to stick in there.
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