I live in Chicago and I'm nuts.
I like games, women, tits, vagina, porn, and tits. Oh, I forgot to say I like tits. So, if you're going to be a cuntloaf about nudity on Tumblr, then you're blogging on the wrong site. Nice to meet you. Now, take off your clothes and cough.
Feel free to ask me random things or maybe submit something.
So, you know on Facebook that area near the right on the main page after you/you’re logged in? That sponsored area? Yeah, you can “disable” (meaning hide) it in AdBlock.
For Chrome: Click the ABP icon in the URL bar and pick “Easy create filter”. Mouse over the area where the sponsored ads area is. When you click on it, it should say “facebook.com##.ego_section”. Apply and it’s gone.
For Firefox: Depending on where your ABP button is you want to go to “Filter preferences”. When it’s opened, go to “Custom filters” and select “Element Hiding Rules”. Click the Add filter button and put in “facebook.com##.ego_section” and close it.
This is just a list I’m making. Feel free to add/suggest an extension. I may edit this to add more later.
A small number of users have found that sometimes Missing e just stops running every once in a while. If you disable and re-enable it or uninstall/reinstall it, Missing e starts working again.
However, I’m trying to pin down the root cause. Since it hasn’t happened to me, I’m going to need some help!
Willing Chrome users: Next time your Missing e **stops working, please contact me before you fix it, so I can get you to check a few things!