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A fun little treat: the spam verification Pokémon at the bottom of the form has a 1/8192 chance of being shiny, the same as in the games prior to the sixth generation. If you get a shiny, congratulations! Feel free to brag in your post (but try to keep the rest of the post meaningful).
Anybody with Admin below their name is definitely me or a trusted person. I myself will always sign as Butterfree. If somebody signs under that name but does not have the Admin label, it is most likely an impostor.
Oh, but I'm not telling you to buy stuff. I'm telling you that if it happens you want to buy this particular stuff, you can support me by doing it through this particular link. I don't expect or want people to buy anything to support me that they wouldn't have bought anyway.
Commenting on: 12-24-09
I love when websites tell me to buy things. It really makes me want to buy said things and support them.
I'm not troubled in the least about it. Honestly, as long as there are no pop-ups or flashy image ads or ads that follow you or ads that give viruses I'm fine. Wow, I'm picky. I don't mind this sort of thing. Hell, get some google ads if you want. I really don't care. =D
The Articuno style problem is already fixed; you might need to do a hard refresh for it to work (shift+refresh).
Commenting on: 12-24-09
I think the ads look nice! You know, for ads. They're in a good spot on most of the styles (kind of weird on spectrum).
There's no problem with people buying stuff through a link like that, since it's a Pokemon site and it's probably interesting to most visitors - and actually, now all your visitors know exactly where to buy it if they were wondering.
It's only a problem on Articuno style - the sidebar background behind the links leaves some empty space between it and the "Sibling Sites" snowflakes, and also pokes up above the Buy Stuff title, which I don't *think* is intentional since it looks silly and it wasn't like that before.
I'm on Firefox 3.0 if it makes any difference.
Oh, come on, they are just text, not images, they don't get in the way, and are barley noticeable. They're fine.