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Viewed a question and just noticed, for the first time, that there's a huge advertisement above the original question (for ServerFault).

Revenue is great BUT that's the point where your stack (of ads) got overflowed (:
Don't ruin a great place!

I'm sure some people here agree with me.

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migrated from Jun 21 '10 at 20:44

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Get 200 reputation and it'll go away. This has been the case for months.

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That's one of the bigger clues to me when I stumble across a SO site while not logged in. The big ad banner.

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-1 should've been a comment – Earlz Jun 21 '10 at 23:05
+1 to undo the "-1" trigger happy users. – Chris S Jun 22 '10 at 1:32
@Chris S: flagged as offensive because I find offensive that you feel the need to upvote a post that you might have ignored just because someone else decided to downvote him, and not because of its content. – perbert Jun 22 '10 at 2:17

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