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Mobile Ads - 5 hours ago by fuzz81 - Reply

Are you sure about that?

Nope. I guess they released an app at some point. I’ve always just thought of them as a search alternative.

Mobile Ads - 7 hours ago by SagaciousSighFiGurl - Reply

It happens to me too on my phone. It's so annoying, it should be illegal that they can totally block someone from using their phone.

Mine is Amazon that does the blocking. It has a "close" button but as you know, it dosent work. How convenient! Then if you hit the back button, it freezes up, and you're still totally blocked.


Here's what I found out. If you can get to the KU LIVE link at the top and middle of the page, do it bc the spam and blocking doesn't happen there. click on KU Live asap. . If it still spams you, clear your browsing history and then go to back to trying KU Live again.Once you keep going there, you're creating a new history. Soon you'll be able to go straight to KU Live bc it'll come up in your search and it will bypass the main page altogether.

Every picture tells a story - 9 hours ago by sdanielmcev - Reply

And no Rod Stewart.

Mobile Ads - 9 hours ago by sdanielmcev - Reply

AOL works for me

Mass shooting question - 10 hours ago by Emperor of Kingwood - Reply

Another generalization by you.

Exactly. Comments by the incoming kids are usually ignored because they reflect their lack of experience and wisdom.

Mass shooting question - 10 hours ago by sdanielmcev - Reply

Anyone right out of college and working their first job learns that older generations that have been there longer will resent a younger person making an honest point about office culture that if made by an older person would be more tolerated.
Another generalization by you.

Mass shooting question - 10 hours ago by sdanielmcev - Reply

Once you get past the age of 60, the drop off just gets steeper. Adults start to have the mental functioning of teenagers at that point. That probably has a lot to do with why the elderly or so easily scammed.
That doesn't take into account memory. Your theory doesn't hold water.

Mass shooting question - 11 hours ago by KwMillennial - Reply

You might want to read the article I posted. It also affects people over 50 and it only goes downhill from there.

Once you get past the age of 60, the drop off just gets steeper. Adults start to have the mental functioning of teenagers at that point. That probably has a lot to do with why the elderly or so easily scammed.

Mobile Ads - 11 hours ago by KwMillennial - Reply

DuckDuckGo is a search engine, not a browser.


Are you sure about that?

I’m using the app as my browser right now.

It can be downloaded here:https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/duckduckgo-privacy-browser/id663592361?mt=8

Notice the word “browser” in the url?

Mobile Ads - 11 hours ago by KwMillennial - Reply

Can you get DuckDuckGo for the phone?


Yes. It’s the only browser I use on my phone.

Mass shooting question - 11 hours ago by Emperor of Kingwood - Reply

The under developed prefrontal cortex of the 20 something brain is definitely a factor in their poor decision making and overall lack of wisdom. The prefrontal cortex also referred to as the brains executive manager. Add to it, the damage done to the prefrontal cortex by the use of marijuana.

Lock her up - 11 hours ago by sdanielmcev - Reply

Classified documents over personal email is also a no-no

Lock her up - 12 hours ago by sdanielmcev - Reply

That's backwards. It's using government email for personal business or pleasure that is forbidden.

Mobile Ads - 12 hours ago by Emperor of Kingwood - Reply

Use an ad blocker for your phone.

Lock her up - 12 hours ago by Emperor of Kingwood - Reply

There is that detail that many of Hillary's emails were classified.

Lock her up - 12 hours ago by fuzz81 - Reply

Ivanka deleted nothing but Hillary deleted 30,000 emails. Funny. And yet not. 

That’s literally the excuse the Donald gave, and it’s ridiculous.

Why are you parroting the Donald?

Mobile Ads - 12 hours ago by fuzz81 - Reply

DuckDuckGo is a search engine, not a browser.

Use the Brave browser on a phone.

brave.com

Michael Avanetti is in jail for domestic violence. - 13 hours ago by AwesomeTattooedDragon - Reply

I hate it when that happens! LOL!

Lock her up - 13 hours ago by The Awe Inspiring JoelleDrees - Reply

Soup, unless you can add actual insight to the conversation instead of just attacking posters, as per usual, please refrain from posting at all and just read. Thanks.

Mobile Ads - 13 hours ago by The Awe Inspiring JoelleDrees - Reply

Can you get DuckDuckGo for the phone?

And thanks.

Lock her up - 13 hours ago by SoupIsGoodFood - Reply

What a desperate reach from Fuzzball. Too much time in the cooler is really taking it's toll.

Michael Avanetti is in jail for domestic violence. - 13 hours ago by OrdinaryGuy - Reply

Then explain the bruises on the lady!

Oops...I forgot...she fell down the stairs!

Lock her up - 13 hours ago by OrdinaryGuy - Reply

Once again fuzzball is grasping at anything he can. He must be getting tired of backing losers.

Lock her up - 13 hours ago by OrdinaryGuy - Reply

Ivanka has been using personal email for government business.

The difference is she only used it during the transition. Only for a few days and nothing she sent was classified. That was before she was told the proper way. You need to get all the facts instead of half truths.

Dressing - 14 hours ago by AwesomeTattooedDragon - Reply

Dressing - 14 hours ago by AwesomeTattooedDragon - Reply

Kw, get those recipes now- I put off getting recipes and my mom and grandmothers are gone now-

Mobile Ads - 14 hours ago by KwMillennial - Reply

I’m using a popular browser called DuckDuckGo. I never see any pop up ads when using it.

A lot of people my age use it instead of Chrome because it does not alter search results based on things like politicized “fact checking” and other advertising influences. It also preserves more privacy than other browsers and search engines.

I started using it the moment I saw the Tor Browser using it as the default search engine.

It’s good to see a different moderator posting. You have a cute picture by the way.

Mobile Ads - 16 hours ago by The Awe Inspiring JoelleDrees - Reply

I can't get on here on my phone without an ad popping up for a "free iphone" and completely shutting me out of the site. Makes me crazy. Anyone else having this issue? Works fine on the computer so far.

Lock her up - 17 hours ago by SagaciousSighFiGurl - Reply

Ivanka deleted nothing but Hillary deleted 30,000 emails. Funny. And yet not.

Lock her up - 17 hours ago by KwMillennial - Reply

From what I can tell, the only comparison is use of personal email to discuss government business. But there just might be a huge difference between the type of business that was communicated. Hillary communicated confidential maybe even top secret information. Does Ivanka even have access to top secret or confidential information?

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