FOR LINGERIE AND GUNSSHOP AT THE EPISCOPAL DIVINITY SCHOOL

The Episcopal Divinity School is well known for it's liberal views, but the advertising carried by their blog may be just a tad too laissez-faire.

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FOR LINGERIE AND GUNSSHOP AT THE EPISCOPAL DIVINITY SCHOOL — 24 Comments

  1. The Episcopal Divinity School is on our side, Bill. We made sure they were aware of their faux pas, and had time to correct the mistake, before I went to press on it. Really, what do you take me for – a complete bounder?

  2. …which is why you only advertise Amazon, not Google, eh Mad One? ;-p

    [IF this is discovered by “the Usual Suspects” (to bitch at EDS), I suggest they make up the benefit EDS gets from Google ads—or else shaddup!]

    [FYI, this isn’t nearly as bad as anti-gay ads which I’ve seen on LGBT sites. They (the sites) couldn’t control the Almighty Google Ad Algorithms either.]

  3. We made sure they were aware of their faux pas

    I note your use of the royal “we”. Are you still hoping it will turn out you are the rightful heir to the throne? … 😉

  4. I thought that the ads were served up with regard to the past searches and web surfing history of the person actually doing the surfing, so we would all possibly get different ads.

    I always got Scientology ads at Father Kelvins site, but he had no idea what I was speaking about. Now I never see any ads, but others make comments about what they see. I think that it is because I have locked my cookies folder to Read Only, as opposed to Read & Write, and all the cookies for a day disappear at the end of the day when I quit Safari.

  5. “The ads come up due to content of the site mainly – as I understand it. Read about it here.”

    Actually it sounds like cookies. This would explain why MP gets babes and guns on the EDS site, and I just get the EDS! Oh, to be young again….!

  6. This would explain why MP gets babes and guns on the EDS site, and I just get the EDS! Oh, to be young again….!

    They are not my screen grabs (why would I be visiting the blog?). And my source is about as NOT into babes and guns as you could possibly imagine.

  7. The we was plural

    Oh, I don’t buy that for a second 🙂

    Mind you, for your coronation, Mad Priest, I would wave a flag. I don’t say that it would be the British flag, but I would wave it.

  8. Chelliah, I would have said it was beige. It’s a bit substantial, but otherwise quite nice, I would have thought? Well that model makes it look good, anyway.

  9. A mystery!! It could just be the variation between computer screens. That can make a whole lot of difference with colours on the internet 🙂

    Anyway, either way, I shan’t be buying lingerie or guns via the Episcopal Divinity School any time soon, I’m afraid.

  10. Cathy, I have looked at the photo over and over again and the colour of the lingerie still seems to be Grey. It must be something to do with computer pixels, screens etc.

  11. Notice how the lingerie on the quite luscious model is referred to in the ad as being for ‘big girls’ ?

    It’s really getting tiresome to see normal women with nice, curvy figures being dismissed as ‘big’. Sorry gang, but I don’t find women who look like skinny, teenaged boys all that attractive 😛