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The only way to get rid of these ads is to remove the malware.
The notice listed an age range — 34 to 38 — and assorted other demands, including that the woman agree to be a stay-at-home mom and that she be conservative.
Taylor Swift has already introduced Tom Hiddleston to her parents “If you voted for Obama or plan to vote for Hillary you are not for me.” His son Baron, however, had no idea there was a kooky ad campaign on his behalf.
In the week following Donald Trump’s election, the City saw a spike in hate crimes to 11 reported incidents, six of which involved the painting of swastikas, including several tied to issues of sexual orientation.
Last week, 78-year-old Arthur Brooks decided his 48-year-old son had been single too long — so he took matters into his own hands.
The vandalized phone booth at 34th Street and Broadway advertises a gay dating website called Squirt.org, and depicts one man unbuttoning another man’s shirt and has the words “Your place or mine? The vandal spray-painted a blotchy shape over the center of the ad, obscuring the faces of the men and the text.Type about:extensions in the address bar to open the list of extensions. If you suspect Edge has been infected with malware, it's most likely not because of a bad extension.Remove any extensions that 1) you don't remember installing or 2) you recently installed (say, just before those ads started appearing). To remove the malware from your computer, please follow the instructions in 's Adware Removal Guide.The vandalism comes on the heels of a spike in hate crimes following the presidential election.The NYPD announced in November that hate crimes had spiked more than 30 percent in 2016, rising from 250 to 328 reported incidents in the year.“This is so crazy, I can’t even tell you,” the health food trade broker told the Daily News.