Courtesy of Inmagine.com
My website is on Viagra. Well, to be more clear, Viagra is on my website.
Yes, that Viagra. The one whose commercials show men of a certain age doing manly things like riding a motorcycle, building a house, or working on a classic car. A woman will pop onto the scene. They will look into each others eyes, dance a little, smile, take each other’s hand, and then the Viagra information will come up. The viewer is left with the impression that the happy mature couple is going up to enjoy a little… Well you know.
Anyway, Viagra has placed itself on my website without my permission. I didn’t invite them, am not being paid by them, and am not prepared to welcome them.
So, I am not getting any benefits from this intrusion. My site is not being pumped up, displaying extended longevity, or showing particular energy for its age.
Puns definitely intended.
Now, I have no problems with Viagra itself. If a man needs it, well by all means go for it.
Remember the opening scene in This is 40 (yes, I am referring to that movie again). Paul Rudd’s Pete has taken Viagra as part of a birthday present for his wife, Debbie. He feels it will enhance his performance. Once Debbie finds out about it, her reaction is not at all what he was hoping for. She’s annoyed and questions whether he needs Viagra in order to have sex with her. Debbie does not accept Paul’s reasoning: he simply wanted to go turbo.
Anyway, I don’t need Viagra. On my site or anywhere else.
Do you ever wonder how a computer virus happens?
My computer updates every night. I have no idea what exactly is happening when it updates. But I wonder, with all this updating, why the heck is my website being infected? Yeah, I know, I know the computer being updated is not related to the website. But still, with all the virus protection everywhere, why is my site being invaded? I wish it was due to the massive number of people being drawn to it. Sigh.
I don’t know. I just want the Viagra advertisements off my website. Leave me alone Viagra. Go help those who need a rise.