I just saw an advertisement on OLN (TdF coverage) for "web.com" that tried to show them as an easy and inexpensive way to get online. My issue with the ad was that it focused on a theoretical homeless man who had tried peddling 25¢ back rubs and once-bitten pasteries on the sidewalk, but eventually started a site called "eBeg" that showed a pop-up asking for spare change. Now, I realize that not everyone has the same exposure to the homeless problem and web.com probably thinks that this is harmless, but it really irked me. I try to understand other people. Sometimes I fail. Is this ad really just harmless fun? Or does it make light of a serious problem?