A Change of Guard

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Wednesday, 29 June 2016

Golden memories ... អនុស្សាវរីយ៍មាស


Kalonh Chuck ខ្មែរពីស្បែកដល់ឆ្អឹង! said...

Awwww...that's a good one!. I like that a lot! Thanks a million. I will thank you even a lot more if we could [if it's all possible] get rid of all the pop ups on both sides and at the bottom of Khmerization page...Never mind if we can only survive off of that [or any suggestions to blog them, please!]...Thanks again, a million more!!!
Portes-toi bien mon vieux!!!


P.s. love the song [with just a few words, a few notes] that touches and soothes my broken heart such as this, after all I am just a simpleton, not a snake...agreed? the 1001 lingas have been now 1002 because of me being there a few weeks back...bbfn!!!

Anonymous said...

suggestions to block them***

School of Vice said...

Dear Readers,

About the pop-ups, we have tried to rid of them via the settings [at least the settings available to me] but unfortunately without success!

However, if you use Firefox browser or one of its related browsers [such as SeaMonkey, I think!] and install 'Adblock', this should do the trick. I'm not sure if Googlechrome has similair ads blocking tools.

Just install Firefox on your pc/laptop and then instal 'Adblock' through 'ad-ons'. It's so easy even School of Vice could understand it!

Any more issues, let us know.

Manekseka Sangkum said...

Sorry to hear issues some readers may have been experiencing with this site.

If your browsing or uploading of a page is slow, it may be to do with the speed of the PC, operating system or something, rather than the particular browser in use, even if Google chrome is slightly speedier than others among its rivals. I'm using Firefox to open most of ads laden pages, including this one, and it's doing the job fine.

As for any of us admins being able to trace or know what browser someone uses, ip details etc., forget it! School of Vice and Manekseka Sangkum, for example, can't even remember what street they live on much of the time!!

We wouldn't do anything unethical, nor would we be interested in such personal details of readers even if we had the tools to do so, which we don't! It's not the reason why we are here. The reason why the comment posting option is kept accessible to anonymous readers is out of regard for this need for anonymity, privacy and the sense of ease when interacting with the site, rather than anything else some people might want others to believe!

Thank you for your continued readership and support.

Anonymous said...

The pop-ups on either side are easy to get rid off but not permanently.
You need to zoom in the page up to 150 before opening the Khmerization blog, after that the only one left is the bottom one and you are only one click away to be pop-up free and you then you can zoom out.
To browse within the blog you have to repeat the same action, it may sound awkward, but for me I rather chase and click a big X than chasing 3 little bastards small xxx.
I use both Google Chrome and Windows 10.

Kal/ខាល, s’il ne marche pas, ne me blâmez pas, blâmez votre iPhone ou iPad parce que j'utilise un ordinateur portable. Bonne chance mon pote.

Kalonh Chuck ខ្មែរពីស្បែកដល់ឆ្អឹង! said...

D'accord, et merci infiniment mes potes SOV, M.S et KH44 [29 June 2016 at 07:24, je presume?). A la prochaine, ici toujours sur Khmerization!!!