More NewsWacky (or Wonky) Ad for “The Wackness”

Wacky (or Wonky) Ad for "The Wackness"

Can't figure out whether this is an ad serving problem, or an issue with Firefox 3.0

wackness ad.jpgCan’t figure out whether this is an ad serving problem, or an issue with Firefox 3.0. But every time I visit a page in the film section of The Village Voice, two ads for current film “The Wackness” display.

Well, make that 2 1/2 ads. An upside-down, partial ad also appears, spilling down into the lower frame of the browser.

If it’s an ad serving issue, it’s easy to straighten out. But if the new version of Firefox, which is setting download records, is messing with ad serving, the industry is going to have to sit up and take notice.

Anyone else out there getting wacky, wonky ads on their new Firefox browser?

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