Okay, let's see... bad, bad, good, click, click click, bad good.... Dammit, fifty-fifty chance and no opportunity to work around it. Might as well choose before I get too deep in to it. Boom. Of course I chose the wrong one. The penalty for blowing one's self up, or dealing another hand of Solitaire is that you have to suffer an ad. These things can be nefarious. Some you can skip over. Some you have to wait. Some fool you and the 'x' is actually the buy button that sends you to either a website or the app store. I get it. The penalty for playing mindless, time wasting unproductive tablet arcade games is that you have to waste even MORE of your valuable time enduring advertisements for things that you can't possibly use or... Wait a minute. Okay... Viagra, penis enlargement, golf discounts. You would THINK that with enough data mining that they would determine that I neither play golf nor do I have a need for (don't get me wrong, I wish I had a need for these products, but unfortunately the opportunity is not there) the penis products. Here's where it gets weird. I've been tracking the ads. Various odd tablet arcade games. Like this one with the cartoon character of a middle aged man with male pattern baldness and a mustache. Sometimes a small dog licks him, other times he sets up a gazebo spread for a nerdy looking female cartoon character that wears glasses. Not quite husband/wife, not quite boyfriend/girlfriend, more like some emasculated friend-zoned acquaintance. The demographics that they are targeting here are somewhat confusing. Then... more ads come. Swimwear. And I don't mean Ocean Pacific surf shorts, I mean bikini tops and bottoms. Not man-thongs. Actual swimwear for women. And then the online missy-supersize clothing store. Why shame yourself in to picking out oversized pant-suits when you can just order them online? And then, the "Joanna explains her leaving the XXX...TV show." I have no clue who Joanna is, except some obscure TV star for some obscure TV show only plump middle-aged women would watch. Bam. There we go. That's it. Google thinks I'm a middle aged woman! WTF?? Why? Maybe it's because I DIDN'T click on the Viagra ad when I had the opportunity. Or perhaps accepted the golf offer. But, think about it, a middle aged, slightly plump woman would probably need the Viagra stuff to give to her man, plus maybe the golf thing as a Valentine's day gift. And the emasculated cartoon man-friend? Totally something only a middle aged chick would get off on. And I don't mean all, but no other demographic would relate. Except maybe gay men. But if they thought I was a gay man, they wouldn't send me ads for female products. Unless they thought I had a platonic female roomate or acquaintance I was shopping for. I just don't get it. I'm confounded. Somebody is paying a LOT of money floating these ads, and getting ripped the F off.