Posted November 03, 2018 07:01:23I’m an avid Canaan ad reader, and when I see ads, I immediately click to see what I want to see.
For example, when I want my dog to be more active, I click to watch an advert.
If I want a more realistic image, I’m more likely to click on a picture of the dog.
The ad on the Canaan ads is a “pre-roll” that you can see on a screen.
The screen has a white background with an image of a dog, a yellow border, and a blue text that says, “Pre-roll.
See how much you can afford.”
I click the ad to view it and it takes me to a page with a black background, with a white arrow pointing to it.
It’s a white ad with a green arrow on it.
This ad shows the dog’s coat color, and the dog looks a bit yellowish in the background.
It also says, it’s an online pre-roll, but the price is $15 per ad.
The Canaan advertisers have set a very low price for pre-rolling a video on the video site.
The company says the cost for a pre-rolled ad is $150 per ad, and I’m not sure why Google thinks that’s a reasonable price.
I’ve seen other sites offering very low prices, and sometimes even no price at all.
But in this case, I get a lot of ads, so I don’t know how much Google thinks this is worth.
Google says that the pre-roller can be used on the web, mobile, or on the desktop.
The website has a separate section called “Ads,” where you can view and buy ad banners.
The site also has a “buy ads” button, which is where you get a free banner for clicking on.
The pre-roled ad shows a dog’s picture, a green background, and an arrow pointing away.
It says, this is an ad, but you can also buy it for $15.
I clicked the buy ads button, and it took me to another page with more banners.
I clicked the Buy Ads button again and it showed a bunch more ads, this time showing a dog in the foreground and a green border.
I click on the dog, and that’s when I get this screen:When I click, I see a message that says “You have chosen to buy an ad.”
I can’t click on “I agree” or “I am a Canaan” to proceed, so the message says that I have made a purchase.
I can click on any of the ads, but none of them are shown on the page.
The ads are shown only for the Canan advertisers.
The first Canaan advertisement on the screen shows the dogs coat color and says it’s a preroll.
The dog’s face is clearly visible.
There are no other images on the advertisement.
The second advert has a yellow background with a yellow text saying, “Buy preroll” and a white border.
The text says, Buy preroll, we are selling a full-size, 3D Canaan dog.
“I click on it, and Canaan says it is an online ad.
I’m shown a small picture of a 3D dog with a purple border and yellow text, which says, This is an advertisement.
Click on the button, then I get another screen with a different picture, this one of a grey dog, with no text on it either.
The third Canaan advert shows a red background with no other text on the ad, then a blue border.
Again, no text.
The fourth advert has yellow text on a black border and a black text saying “Buy in the US.”
This ad is also a prerolled ad, so it says that it is selling a preordered dog.
The red background on the first advert has no other information on it but that it’s prerolled, which means it is a presold dog.
Google has set a lot more information up on the “buy ad” button.
It has a large number of banners, including ones that show dogs in the middle of fields, people walking, and dogs that have a smiley face.
But I can only see one banner showing a black dog with the text, “I don’t want to buy, I want it.”
I clicked on that banner and I get two ads.
The red banner says, You have chosen Canaan, you are purchasing an ad.
You can also view other banners showing other dogs and other types of dogs.
But none of the banners shows dogs with a smile, and none of those ads have an image.
The yellow banner says you are buying an ad with an online banner.
I don, too, but I didn’t see an image in the banner, so when I click it, it takes my mouse to another banner. But