In article <dglnb7$2da9$4@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > If you are paying more than $5-10/month for hosting, you are paying too
> > much. If the ads aren't generating that much, why keep them? The way
> > Google ads work is that advertisers pay for keywords, and their ads are
> > shown on sites that are relevant to those keywords. As long as you have
> > those ads, you *will* continue to show on your site ads that are
> > anti-Linux and anti-Open Source.
> Do not associate with or mix Linux and communism. Do not say that making a
> living or advertising a business is anti-OSS. If everybody advocated that
> point-of-view, how would a living be made? Many of us Open Source
> programmers have day jobs and, let us face it, they serve a business that
> advertises and often pays for commercial software licences. This verges a
> whole big essay, so let's save it for now...
Look, *you* were the one who said Google was showing some anti-Linux ads
on your site, and you didn't like it. You have a simple choice: if you
don't want anti-Linux or anti-OSS ads on your site, then you have to
forego *all* Google ads.