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weemac
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Derek27 wrote:
Wed Oct 14, 2020 2:31 pm
weemac wrote:
Wed Oct 14, 2020 1:11 pm
Yes, I accept cookies on this site! Yes, I know Flash won't be supported after this year! No, I don't want to sign into Youtube today! No, I don't want to make the Shrewsbury Chronicle my homepage!

But do I really have to click these annoying popups twenty times every freakin' day? Can't there just be a button that I can click once only that remembers my preferences so I can get on with my life?
I would flipping kill the guy who put accepting cookies into legislation, if I ever met him. I use AdGuard. It's free, blocks ads and auto-accepts cookies amongst other things.
I have Adblock, but it seems less effective nowadays. I'll give Ad Guard a try. I'd even pay to get rid of these popups.
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There's an extension called "I don't care about cookies" you can instal on firefox/chrome to get rid of those regulatory eu cookie requests. Seems to work fine
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Kai
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There is Adblock Plus as well, they kinda go hand in hand.
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LeTiss
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The problem with AdBlock is that it seems to slow the performance of my browser
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jimibt
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LeTiss wrote:
Wed Oct 14, 2020 3:30 pm
The problem with AdBlock is that it seems to slow the performance of my browser
depends on the content of the Ads that it's trying to block -nudge nudge :twisted: :D
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LeTiss
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:lol: :lol:
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Derek27
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I decided to pop down to London for the weekend before there's a lockdown. I was looking forward to my sister's dinner party on Sunday and now that dipstick Johnson's acted faster than he ever does and moved it into tier 2 with barely any warning!

My sister being a law abiding citizen has called it off. :(
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superfrank
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Er, no it didn't.

It really is getting like 1984. They'll be re-writing history books next.
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Kai
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superfrank wrote:
Sat Oct 17, 2020 6:18 pm
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Er, no it didn't.

It really is getting like 1984. They'll be re-writing history books next.
Wasn't it muskets?
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Derek27
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Been into Tesco Express and saw 6 onion bhajis reduced to £1. I was gonna buy them but the pricing guy came along and starting repricing the reduced shelf. So I did the rest of my shopping, went back to the bhajis and found he put them up to £1.15!!!

FFS, I would have paid £1.15 in the first place for them but I'm not having them now!
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