These ads never bothered me as much before. I first saw them when I opened my blog from home a few weeks back and my 3-year-old daughter chipped Mommy si Manny Villar oh!. Yes, as much as I don’t want to admit it, this politician’s ads are pretty effective. His jingle is almost everyone’s last-song-syndrome and his TVC airs 3-5 times before the campaign period has even began.
And I must say, I became sick and tired of seeing him on TV and hearing his jingle anywhere. Mas lalo akong nasuya when he invaded blog sites! Come on, wala bang hangganan? Wala bang pipiliing medium? Besides, my mind is made up. I know who will I vote in the coming elections.
Thank you to Ms. Earth for her post on how to block certain ads from running on your site, I don’t see any political ads anymore.
I configured it this morning and I’m glad not see those ads anymore as I check my site a few minutes ago.
To all registered voters, let’s not be swayed by massive political ads and surveys alone. Keep in my that the May 2010 elections will greatly impact our, your kids’ and probably even your apos’ lives. Vote wisely!