Yep .... I'm using AOL.And what is AOL thinking (???) by printing advertisements over their articles????Is there anyone at AOL with some good commonsense without thinking about dollar figures first???
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Man Sorry but this article is hard to read because of the advertisement over the verbage.Can you fix this in futureThanks....Gus
Are you using AOL? I'm having the same problem, with thye text printing on top of each other.