Got it by a small referrer spam campaign today, for some website called “hetmanship”. I’ll not mention the extent, as if you look them up you might download some malware. That would be bad.
As is typical, multiple IPs from around the world: Indonesia, China (8), Russia/UA (5), Mexico, Columbia, Peru, Germany, US. They are indeed difficult to track.
Referrer: http://hetmanship.(will not publish)
UA: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1)
Cars, trucks and motorcycles need to get along. Cooperation both ways would make life a lot safer for everyone. These roadside ads are excellent. I wish we had similar ads here in Ontario, Canada. They are a two part ad campaign, one part directed at drivers and the other at motorcycle riders. Kudos to the great State of Utah.
Here are a couple directed at drivers:
Utah Department of Public Safety: Bikers make Lousy Speed Bumps
Utah Department of Public Safety: Cars have Bumpers, Bikers have Bones
Here are a couple directed at motorcycle riders:
Utah Department of Public Safety: Road Rash is Preventable
This is a preview of
Utah Department of Public Safety Motorcycle Campaign
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Coors Canada pulls beer ad that mocked ‘cold’ Toronto
I‘ve lived in Toronto most of my life. Toronto is my home and I really like the city. Each city I’ve visited or lived has advantages and disadvantages. The recent British Columbia Coors Canada ad pokes fun at Toronto’s expense. There were complaints to Coors Canada, who decided to remove the ads. Ironically I interpret this as conclusive proof that Torontonians need to stop being so arrogant and laugh a little at themselves.