Oh gee. I guess I should apologize, too. This thread IS now officially a fustercluck. Not because of it's content, but because the latest posts are now half hidden by the banners on the right-hand margin. In fact, all that can be seen is the LEFT half of those posts, which proves my original point!
All the threads and posts in all forums have been covered by the banners for ever and it has become a natural thingy it's been going on so long ...I have to click on reply tp read all of the posts or scroll down till I get past the banners. Perhaps I may have insulted someone during the 8 years when Bush was in office...is that paranoia ...fer sure...so now its happening to you...I have switched into conspiracy mode. No one ever mentioned the problem so I just went along with it. Is that insane ? Wait don't answer that I just feel relieved that it's no longer just me....pretty selfish on my part kinda sorta, eh !! but I am not alone
Strange days indeed most peculiar Mama
Wow, y'all. I'm familiar with that banner / ad cover thingie, but I'm totally not seeing it. Only on rare occasion and it's been a long time.
Hmmmmmm. Maybe a mention in the site feedback room?
They're probably using old fart threaded mode.
We used to have the problem with large pics, they fixed that, but it still happens with long urls or run on sentences, or if one is viewing it in threaded mode, when the thread gets long the ads overlap.
Things seem to have settled, maybe it's time we bring it up again.
"If it turns out that President Barack Obama can make a deal with the most intransigent, hard-line, unreasonable, totalitarian mullahs in the world but not with Republicans? Maybe he’s not the problem."
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