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Dear Newsweek, is that the end of the article??? Oh, wait…

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mndza

Do these ads even work? I automatically ignore all of them while scrolling for more content.


KeepTangoAndFoxtrot

They probably just hope for *accidental* clocks while scrolling. I know I've accidentally clicked on articles multiple times in these situations. Edit: I meant clicks, of course.


TheBoyWithTheBlob

God damnit I gave them my clock again


xKevinn

I can't count how many times I've lost my clocks to those pesky ads.


lallapalalable

So the "???" part of the four-step profit meme was actually "trick them into giving you their clocks" all along?


Pastel_Pupper

It was left out because they ran out of time


imfrowning

Gosh danged clock gobblers, I tell you what.


a-walking-bowl

r/wildbeef top rated post: ["Clock Gobblers"](https://youtu.be/dQw4w9WgXcQ) Was actually a time traveling turkey lol


Sicarii556

you fuck! fell for it


SageBus

Link is a Rick Roll. Don't bother clicking.


DrSHawkins

Clock is a Clock, don't bother clocking


Arretrea93

But that's the best part of it


iblewkatieholmes

Oh you guys


WordUnheard

The mile long string of comments, piggy backing off a single joke in every other reddit thread is just as annoying as the mile long string of ads in OP's post. The end result is the same: Both make you quickly scroll.past them, in an attempt to get back to the point.


endorrawitch

Just go to literally any thread about any creepy thing and wait for sleep paralysis to come up. Totally derails the discussion.


sarcasmeau

It's the endless award chains that get me.


aidanderson

You must not sub to prequel memes. It's all about beating jokes and references to death.


thefenriswolf24

Hello there!


hunthell

General Kenobi!


aidanderson

General kenobi You are a bold one


DinoShinigami

Mr grinch


AmNotSatan

This is the kind of shit that happens when you make it illegal to beat clowns to death okay?


WordUnheard

The mile long string of comments, piggy backing off a single joke in every other reddit thread is just as annoying as the mile long string of ads in OP's post. The end result is the same: Both make you quickly scroll.past them, in an attempt to get back to the point.


TheBoyWithTheBlob

Hey, I was the first joke maker. But if you really want to skip these jokes then tap at the top of my comment next to my name and it will close the string (for mobile).


WordUnheard

No, you're fine. I thought the same when I saw the clock typo. I'm used to my desktop attached to my 70" tv, and am having to make do with using my phone until I am able to get them back from my daughter's mom. Lousy eyesight stemming from two back to back craniotomies last year is making it nearly impossible for me to click on the right comment. Also, I really didn't want to single any one person out. They're just trying to keep it light. But it always turns into a gigantic pile up of the same joke.


TheBoyWithTheBlob

Yeah it does get stale. Two craniotomies are brutal, I hope you’re doing good. I can’t blame you, phones are tiny.


WordUnheard

Thank you. Yeah, brain surgeries are definitely a mindfuck, for lack of a better term. Physically, I'm ok for now. I have a grade IV GBM, and I've already surpassed my life expectancy by six months. Mentally and emotionally, I am barely hanging on. I shouldn't have even left my initial comment. Today has been extremely frustrating, and lashing out over something so insignificant is pointless. I'm going to go yell at some clouds, before it gets dark.


TheBoyWithTheBlob

No dude, it is absolutely fine. I took it lightheartedly and intended for my original reply to come off jokingly but it’s hard when no one can hear my voice or expressions. Besides, taking your anger out on the internet can be better than in real life. I wish I could be there to support you but what can someone do on the internet beyond “thoughts and prayers”? I am so sorry you have to go through this.


gofyourselftoo

You can yell at my kids if you want. They totally deserve it, and will likely laugh and think you’re their new friend.


WordUnheard

No, you're fine. I thought the same when I saw the clock typo. I'm used to my desktop attached to my 70" tv, and am having to make do with using my phone until I am able to get them back from my daughter's mom. Lousy eyesight stemming from two back to back craniotomies last year is making it nearly impossible for me to click on the right comment. Also, I really didn't want to single any one person out. They're just trying to keep it light. But it always turns into a gigantic pile up of the same joke.


CoreDreamStudiosLLC

It's that time again eh?


CloisteredOyster

Fookin' cleaned my clock I can tell you.


LuxuriantCarrot2

🕑 oh shit


sarcasmeau

Happens to me time and time again.


Srapture

Half the ads I get on these sites are like "People born between 1948-1974 are in for a treat this June." with a picture of an old person fanning cash. The years shuffle around a bit, but it's pretty confusing because I'm nowhere near that old and I've never made any effort to hide my age from AdSense stuff. Needless to say, those life insurance ads are wasted on me.


burtonrider10022

"Drivers in your state are saving big this summer" I bet they're not...


AngryBird-svar

“This 50 y/o woman has the face of a teenager!” “This NEW ‘legal’ steroid is turning older men into BEASTS” Im like literally 2 months old


SeaGroomer

Aww wittle baby on the reddit 🍼


Olik12346

*weddit


Luecleste

I get lots of baby related ads. I’m infertile.


Zymoox

They're supposed to leave a subconscious impression on you, hoping you might recognise the brand again if you see it again somewhere else.


7HawksAnd

But those news site ads are always for like conspiracy shit or blatant blackhatseo click farm sites hawking natural cures of different spectrums of conspiracy ish topics. it’s not like you can sell an ideology like a product…. Checks calendar for January notes. Shit.


Lord_Ho-Ryu

They do. I now unconsciously avoid those brands. 😏


The_Follower1

Except you don’t. If these ads didn’t work (or at least appear to work) they wouldn’t exist.


KungFluIsolation

Exactly. People don't seem to realise it's not necessarily about an immediate reaction. Good example is when you first get car insurance... You'll have spent years 'ignoring' the car insurance ad's but I can almost guarentee one of the first sites you visit is the annoying car insurance advert websites because it seems less sketchy than 'bobs car insurance'. It's the feeling of familiarity.


MildlyMoistMucus

No they don't work. Ads used to work because it was our only way of getting information about a product. That's not how getting a product works anymore. We want car insurance, we go to a car insurance comparison site and get the best deal. We do that with all product today, rendering ads useless.


KungFluIsolation

Yeah my bad. Advertising doesn't actually work. You heard it here first folks. The billions spent is pure waste. You are seriously misunderstanding how ads work on the mind.


cinemassacre-archive

That's not what's in this video. They're links to other articles. Sometimes a big batch of links to articles like that is either all clickbait taking you to some garbage site or clickbait sprinkled into the site's articles, so you might accidentally click one that goes to a garbage site thinking you'll stay on the original site you were reading.


naverlands

Yes they do. I introduced my retiree mom to smart phones and social media three years ago and these ads are her fav reads. Doesn’t matter what I say. She think they are legit new source. It kills me Edit I’m working on teaching her better internet etiquette and spotting scam/spam/clickbait stuff but it’s really slow and she doesn’t like to stop reading clickbaits at all🙃


Sicarii556

i mean, when i want to knock my self esteem down a few pegs i click on some of those conspiracy links, tho it more lowers my hope for humanity


kamikazecow

Boomers.


lighthawk16

Not if you have an adblocker :)


Solid_Waste

Absolutely not, but the more money they lose the more ads they add to the page.


Yashida14

I mean, logically they *have to*. I can't imagine they would keep them if they didn't work, right?


K3egan

Wait they go on I always just assumed they ended poorly


Jshauk

I thought I was the only one


Zouden

This literally happened to me an hour ago


Lucky_caller

My mind is blown rn. I really thought articles were just getting worse/lazy. I’d see more than 1 ad come into view and bounce. Now it all makes sense.


LuciD_FluX

I am completely dumbstruck. I can't even begin to count how many interesting articles I've not finished because of this idiotic ux design.


uploaderofthings

I was today years old when I found out the articles are longer. I always assumed those shitty ads meant the end of the article.


Not_floridaman

Huh...maybe *this* is why there was so much confusion about who won the presidential election in the US this year...no one thought the check beyond the ads for the rest of the information. ^(very much /s)


dtallee

Sadly, you're not far from the truth at all.


Not_floridaman

Haha I know but I just didn't want to get jumped on in case anyone thought I was serious. But it is sad.


ChowderSam

My mind is blown. I thought the same. It’s been this way a while too.


TheLordReaver

Thoughts of the unscrupulous, 'Therein lies why it's a bad design. No, not because you didn't know there was more article to be read, but because you stopped scrolling before you saw all of the ads.'


AnxiousBeanSprout

This happened to me yesterday. I sat there wondering about the title of the article I was reading because what I had read didn't mention the details the title did. Turns out I just had to keep scrolling for the remaining 3/4s of the article.


its_radical96

Don’t actually start scrolling down and looking for the rest of the article- that’s what they want you to do. Find a better news source instead.


NOLPOLGAMER

If your browser has a reading mode or data saver mode, that may help.


dfcic124

You beat me by ten minutes. Reading Mode is absolutely the way to deal with that noise.


mortymouse

Yes. Agree. Upvotes all!


TheRussianTails

Could be worse. It could’ve ended with “subscribe to continue reading”


AnonDooDoo

“Please turn off adblock :)” *proceeds to shove 10 million ads to your screen*


turbodeeznuts

This reminds me awfully of magazines: "continued on page 44" as an inset of a bajillion ads


-Scythus-

Yah, I had someone replying to me the other day defending these sites saying “it’s how they make their money! Anti-capitalist or something? Communist maybe? I love reddit


Cautionzombie

The phrase I remember is “after the jump”


catitobandito

Or "below the fold"


jeo188

Right? At least those told you the article continued after the ads


TheoreticalParadox

Woah woah woah, how often does this happen? The amount of articles Ive apparently never finished just thinking it was written poorly.


caramelcarl936

Can confirm, frequently.


NovaMioda

They just trying to make some bank ya know? Promotion!


Shejidan

And this is with an ad blocker installed.


NovaMioda

YOUR FUCKED MAN


Shejidan

Wherever shall I get my news now?! Woe is me!


StrawberryLassi

Firefox reader view is great filtering out stuff like this (most of the time): https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/firefox-reader-view-clutter-free-web-pages


Cat_Marshal

Mobile safari (which he is using) has it built in too.


blamethemeta

I just use headlines on reddit, and assume the opposite. Its surprisingly reliable.


Pi-Guy

I use the news app on iOS… lol


xKevinn

What about his fucked man?


NovaMioda

He had a good fuck.


kstill93

Ripping good fuck


CloisteredOyster

You're. The contaction for "you are".


xKevinn

>You're. The contaction for "you are". Contraction*


laplongejr

And yet none of you are in contradiction


I-Ardly-Know-Er

Blocker? I 'ardly know 'er!


exothermic_lechery

Name checks out


lighthawk16

Which? Mine prevented this.


Shejidan

Wipr. It’s been letting a lot of crap through lately that it’s never let through before though.


lighthawk16

I use uBlock Origin, check it out!


Shejidan

Can’t use it on iOS.


lighthawk16

You can get Firefox on iOS. Ublock is just an extension for it.


Shejidan

I’ve used Firefox for iOS before and never liked it. I might check it out again though.


ConcealedPsychosis

Are you using a browser or VPN ad blocker? If browser they often don’t work use a VPN ad blocker like I do…. https://apps.apple.com/us/app/adguard-pro-adblock-privacy/id1126386264


lighthawk16

I think the internet is a cesspool without both. Browser blocking can go much more in depth than any sort of DNS solution.


DoomJelly1

Holy shit the guy who wrote this is the guy who was found to have hentai on his bookmarks page


mooistcow

He's a man of quality.


lighthawk16

So...?


McGlockenshire

It's funny and he's kind of a nutter, that's all.


bkleinkn

Wow! I didn't realize that the article continued after the ads! I was reading one just today and got to, what I thought was the end because of the ads, and thought to myself, "is that the end? What a TERRIBLE way to end an article. That author should be ashamed." I never finished reading it as I didn't realize it continued. I can't even remember what the article is about so now I can't go back to finish it.


Shejidan

I almost didn’t finish this one either. I closed the page and reloaded it again just to see and that’s when I decided to keep scrolling.


NHPhotoGuy

Major "fuck you" to the author who probably gets $0.000000000001 per view.


The_Yak_Attack

Better than a paywall.


psycho_alpaca

Lol why are you downvoted? People out there really expecting shit to be free and have no ads -- the classic 'fuck it, journalists should work for free for my convenience' business model. You don't want to pay for the news like we did pre-internet? Fine, then it's a race to the bottom with annoying ads/fake news/algorithm-curated sensationalism/clickbait. If that doesn't sound good, let's revert back to the business model where we, you know, pay people for their time and work so we can get quality shit again.


DatGoofyGinger

Sure. And the example OP posted is pretty bad. I've seen worse with ads loading after every paragraph and some they count as separate pages in your browser index. The best is when I pay for one, and still get the same fucking ads.


psycho_alpaca

Paying and still getting ads is bullshit, indeed. As far as the ads getting worse, like I said, it's a race to the bottom. I can be the most thoughtful, well-intended news website owner in the world, if I'm being elbowed out of the market by my competition because they figured out that more intrusive ads generate more revenue, I have no choice but to follow suit, double-down or go out of business. Same with clickbait, same with fake news, same with sensationalism. In a free market environment, no company can afford to have any standards or measure of quality other than brute revenue, because their competitors invariably won't have these standards and will run them out of business given enough time. It's eat or be eaten, so if someone figured out this bullshit OP posted is more profitable than non-intrusive ads, it hardly matters that a company is 'against it' on principle -- they have no choice but to do the same or run out of business. Like I said, the only alternative is a return to a traditional news business model where we pay for the news.


laplongejr

>Paying and still getting ads is bullshit, indeed. French website network *Webedia* (mostly known for jeuxvideos.com , but owns a lot of websites) started asking 2 euros per month to turn ads into non-tracking ads. No way to have an adfree experience unless with an adblocker, making the payment moot anyway.


LifeWulf

That sounds… decidedly not something the EU would allow. Got the impression they care a little more about privacy than NA.


laplongejr

Yup, seems Webedia saw the GDPR and thought "you know what? Fuck you! here's your *choice*" Not the first time they skew the law, their bigger website had a three-video serie "the extreme gamers" where two people duel in videogames... in three rides of a themepark. Last time I checked, *online* product placement (instagram, youtube, etc) requires an explicit disclaimer, especially in France.


laplongejr

Pre-internet, ads weren't made by running unchecked instructions to your own devices Do you imagine bringing a newpaper at home and its ad then starts to call a phone number *that you would have to pay for?* that's how scripts from ads work. Why do think login pages are often the only page without ads? (There are ways to sandbox such scripts, but ad networks won't accept that easily)


megablast

Are you dumb? There is ads, and there is AAADDDDDDSSSSSSSSSS.


Embarassed_Tackle

Because Newsweek, like Time, was a magazine with a good name that was bought for that good name and gutted of its writing and editorial staff, and it is now basically a contractor content factory.


hawaiianshirtday2

So true. I built a free app years ago in my free time. Launched it and couldn’t keep updating it for years without revenue. 3 years later I updated it to be a paid app to generate some money that I could then reinvest in the app. I had a couple reviews talking about how disappointed they were it wasn’t free (it cost $4 a month) and that they were going to find a new app to replace it lol. Very weird this entitlement to a completely free app considering how much goes in to building one.


zackogenic

I'd be fine with paying for an app once but paying a subscription for something like that is just never going to happen for me. Plus, it's not like you put out a new app, you didn't give details but if you updated a functional app to put previous features behind a paywall that's an asshole move.


theamigan

Exactly. No perpetual license available and your app doesn't provide a consumable service, like cloud storage (which I would never use anyway)? I'll go elsewhere. I'll sooner do without before I start giving someone that sweet, addictive MRR. Happy cakeday.


hawaiianshirtday2

It’s a meditation app and I redesigned the entire app and included new audio mediations and customization options. Worth the price for the market it’s in, in my opinion but I guess the users will tell you ultimately how much they are willing to pay.


zackogenic

Nothing that isn't a live service is worth a subscription. It's like paying a subscription for a calculator app.


DeadDinosaur-8

I will neither see nor interact with any ads nor pay for any corporate-owned newsrag to fill some CEO's pockets. As long as journalism is enterprise oriented primarily for profit rather than to provide a service, I will support any and all endeavors to combat the ability of corporations to capitalize on the internet regardless of how good their content may seem. I'll gladly support independent creators and co-operatives when and if I can afford to. I honestly think that non-piracy, in most cases with the internet is more unethical than piracy, stealing from ultra-rich megacorps is not a sin, it's an act of responsibility.


Jajayung

You're actually going to defend this god awful UI? I'd honestly rather pay if it was for a half decent news site


QuitArguingWithMe

There's a few half decent ones out there. Which are you subscribed to?


mooistcow

I'd argue perhaps not. Generally you can run a javascript toggler and kill the paywall easily by killing JS (though, you'll kill images too) and can read an article with ease 98.5% of the time. The exception to this is when sites know this and intentionally make the article crash if JS dies. PE is a notable example that does this. Fuck PE.


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110100100_Blaze_It

I would rather have slim information than too much misinformation to work through. This is exactly how shit like anti-vax gets a foothold.


shitsfuckedupalot

Imagine being the guy that got a degree to write this


ConcealedPsychosis

One thing I love about iPhones they have ad blockers that actually work on both browsers and apps https://apps.apple.com/us/app/adguard-pro-adblock-privacy/id1126386264


NOLPOLGAMER

Adguard has a [DNS blocker](https://adguard.com/en/adguard-dns/overview.html) as well which allows blocking for almost any application that uses tracked ads, on any device. There's many ad-blocking DNS providers out there as well, doesn't have to be adguard.


laplongejr

*Something about Pihole, NextDNS, ...*


NOLPOLGAMER

These are good, but fiddling with whitelists everytime an element gets blocked that I need is not fun


DoingCharleyWork

I've been using their android app that used a locally hosted vpn to block ads. Works really well. [2.9 million ads since Sept last year blocked.](https://i.imgur.com/coeRO9w.png) Been using it a lot longer but that's just from when I got a new phone.


cholz

AdGuard is available on Android too.


ConcealedPsychosis

Yes but only works for browsers not apps


shimmyjimmy97

The concern with free adblocking services like that is you are routing all your requests through a 3rd party which can then process and sell that info for profit. If a service can see all your DNS requests then they can tell *everything* you view on that device


NOLPOLGAMER

So can your ISP


laplongejr

But you're paying your ISP, meaning they have something to lost if you are upset. What will you do against a free service, stop paying them???


HelloIAmAPie

Costs ten bucks but yeah point still stands


randombullet

That's why I'm using my own private DNS server with unbound.


rayjaywolf

Adgaurd works on every device lol what's so IPhone about it


JeepLife13

Do they WANT people to read the article? I wouldn't even take the time to scroll down.


mark503

AP is the news you need. Every news outlet and every other wanna be “journalist” (bloggers) gets their news from AP or BBC and puts it on their shitty ad filled websites.


Shejidan

I usually use them or Reuters or bbc. This was an article someone retweeted on Twitter.


Lyndon_Boner_Johnson

Newsweek has by far the worst website design I’ve ever seen. Their articles aren’t even bad but I never click on an Newsweek links just so I don’t have to deal with that abomination.


ParisGreenGretsch

I'm going to get out of bed, walk over and knock on my neighbor's front door, show him this video, and punch him square in the mouth. He didn't do a damn thing wrong. That's how annoyed I am.


abesreddit

Wow, I never ventured down there. I kept getting frustrated at these articles that done end, I stopped clicking on Newsweek articles.


rios04

I blocked Newsweek from my newsfeed because I felt most articles were just clickbait.


PondAmyPond

Looks like I’ve never finished a Newsweek article. I mean, that’s for the best tho.


hot-spot-hooligan

So newspapers actually have ways of tracking when the average person stops reading an article. So while this is annoying, it’s possible that they put it purposely there to “catch” people before they navigated away from the site. Still asshole design, though


jjgraph1x

Ad tech is destroying the internet IMO. The cursor position tracking that throws up a pop-up if it thinks you're trying to click off the page is especially annoying. That's my cue to immediately close whatever site I'm on. I know it's all a numbers game and they feel it's a net gain overall but you could say that about a lot of crap. I honestly believe these over aggressive tactics push more people away than they realize.


MisanthropicAtheist

It amazes me that some people use phones as their primary internet access because sites and advertisers have went out of their way to make every mobile site a rage inducing, slow loading, awkward and nonsensical hell-hole.


Tawptuan

Overzealous marketing dept. overrules the sensible layout dept. Virtually 90% of clickbait sites.


tickitytalk

man, that is definitely some asshole design right there...


ratpoison987

This is what you get when assholes who know nothing about people - start making decisions that affect people.


mainstreetmark

This is how it ends. Newspapers have to put paywalls and massive ads up just to keep themselves alive. Conspiracy and opinion pieces survive on “likes” and specter and outrage. Newspapers cannot publish stories, yet opinions can, and opinions become fact because it’s first and it’s free. This kind of misinformation led to people forgoing the vax because it caused magnetism, as the fact now costs money. Fact presented as fact costs money. Opinion presented as fact is free. I cannot figure a way out of this.


TrollProofOne

I've also noticed that when they are reporting on fact check that showed a repub is lying they repeat the lie in detail, give supporting statements in the first part of article and then do the real info at the bottom. Clever little rightwingers know this audience...


jrbrooksie

Wait there have been so many instances where I thought “huh that article ended abruptly” without realizing there could possibly be more content after such an enormous amount of ads. Shit.


mhermanos

Newsweek digital has become trash.


Big_Brutha87

Are you fucking kidding?!


alarakgamer0909

"textbook case of bad textbooking" You definitely got that right


new_account_5009

This type of thing is why I rarely read articles posted to Reddit aside from places like Wikipedia where I know I won't have to deal with this. Local news sites are the absolute worst with this, with content that's borderline unreadable on mobile due to so much clutter. I've definitely had situations where I'll read 20 minutes of comments on an article before reading the article itself.


APowerBlackout

Jesus christ I knew it was bad but not this bad, you scrolled for a while, enough to where I would just not read the rest of it.


couuette

I legit thought these articles ended way too abruptly or there was some kind of paywall I didn’t see. Never wen that far down.


SocialDiablo

I've sent this on a couple of news sites recently. It really is annoying af


jhclouse

Want to scroll to the bottom of the page to see the links in the footer? Tough.


Stronzoprotzig

Every single news website is full of click bait ads, and articles that are one paragraph, with “click for more”. I can’t even read “news” online any more. It’s all garbage


HaxMastr

I saw the words "Lone Star" and said unironically out loud "the Schwartz is strong with this one"


Doza93

>everything is bigger in Texas, even the stupidity Sighhhhhh... as a Texan, this is painfully accurate


takatori

Oh God -- have I been missing out on half of every Newsweek article I've read in the past four years!? I just thought they had abandoned long-form journalism altogether.


Modern-Otaku

... this explains so much...


toddhenderson

Google's AMP framework makes it even worse. Ads often cover up text on articles.


The_War_On_Drugs

That's disgusting


rockdrigoma

What do you expect from a Korean cult owned magazine?


thefanum

TIL I've never finished a Newsweek article


Stanwich79

Holy fuck. I've never bothered to go that far down. Thanks.


desertcelt

Looks like a job for pi-hole!


TheBarkingGallery

[Newsweek and the rise of the zombie magazine](https://newrepublic.com/article/158968/newsweek-rise-zombie-magazine)


Skullpull102

"Guys why is journalism dying!? Sure, our news organizations have been lying, misrepresenting, taking money from massive companies, and being baised at least sense 2001, and sure we use gross/annoying ad practices... But beyond that I can't see why people are trusting YouTubers over us!" The day organizations like Newsweek,CNN, and fox die, I will throw a party


kingtyrone-za

I just stop reading when I got the ads. At the point I don't even care how the story ends.


RugbyEdd

It makes it feel like the author is an old man who dosed off half way through, but then woke up and just continued after everyone else thought that was it


Baensky

Fuck those types of media ….. 90% is copy and paste and then the thing with the fake thumpmail …… oh yeah an then 🦆 you give us money


Lots42

Newsweek turned into Fox News so slowly many didn't notice.


thisismymoniker

Seriously. I just block every site that does this.


Gsteel11

Yeah that's trash. And it's becoming more common. And most people just stop reading.


SupportingKansasCity

Newsweek’s article title font makes me not want to even read their articles.


KBPrinceO

Newsweek is a platform for right wing tabloid garbage


Spaceman1stClass

What a cancerous article to boot.


fifapotato88

This might be one of the best examples I’ve ever seen on this sub. True asshole design at its finest.


Shejidan

I’m at 5k upvotes and counting. I never expected it would get this much attention!


DefectiveLP

"By Kurt Eichenwald" I had no idea my deep knowledge in tentacle porn could net me a job as a journalist


nathderbyshire

AdGuard.com