Slashdot RSS Feed Features Racy Ads

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Slashdot, that ubertech, ubergeek site that we all know and love, has inserted “Ads by Google” Adsense ads into the Slashdot RSS feed for a while. Nothing wrong with that. But lately some of the ads have been really racy. Take, for example, this ad (see screen capture below) for the online dating site Anastasia Dates, at AnastasiaDates.com

Not that there is necessarily anything wrong with that, either – in fact, horny male geeks under the age of 40 probably account for a large percentage of their readership. But it’s still…interesting.


AnastasiaDates.com markets themselves with scantily clad, well-built women – all gorgeous – and advertises themselves as the place for Russian and Ukrainian brides.

We wonder if Slashdot knows that you can block ads that aren’t a good fit for your site from displaying in your ad feed?

Then again, maybe these ads are a good fit for Slashdot. What do you think?

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