Advertisements are a way of life in the publishing world. Whether you're a major internet portal or a semi-professional blog, you're going to need to sell ads if you want to generate any sort of revenue short of a subscription fee (and even those usually don't get rid of the ads.)
We understand this, and have accepted that the ads served on Mac Inspector are what keeps the blog afloat.
Still, a particular set of ads on the blog this morning raised some concern...
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