Maybe I should switch to Firefox and use the "ad block" add-on (actually, I do, but I use IE9 for "casual" web surfing). But I love when ads on websites try to say your location and get it wrong. For some reason a lot of ads think I'm in Virginia (I'm in Washington State) such as the ad to the left. Then some think I'm in Bellingham, Washington (on the other side of the state). My ISP was headquartered in Bellingham before it was bought out by a bigger company (in Virginia?). And sometimes they say I'm in a small town near here where I believe the fiber optic connects to the main Internet backbone (can you tell I know almost nothing about this). And some get both the town and city right, I just don't believe all those beautiful, lonely women live here. Sorry.