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We still wanna know how to do things though… "how to" is more popular than sex… but myspace is still climbing…

http://www.google.com/trends?q=sex%2C+war+%2C+myspace%2C+love%2C+%22how+to%22&ctab=0&geo=US&date=all

world-wide: sex trumps… "how to" ranks high… and myspace is climbing

http://www.google.com/trends?q=sex%2C+iraq%2C+myspace%2C+love%2C+%22how+to%22&ctab=0&geo=all&date=all

Momentshowing: Community Capitalism

all about it! 

hehe… how do u like THAT? (scroll right and check out 2006)

Google Trends: myspace, sex, god, war, love

also

and 

fuck these folks for thinking of this first… it looks like the best scam of all!

 

it's like.. .scamming.. .on the next level… and even if it's honest… the potential for doing this scammily… is amazing… this could totally be a gateway scam for a whole railroad of brooklyn bridges

 

 

Realistic Reviews of Home Businesses
"This is where the real money is.

Pay-per-click programs are the most powerful we've seen for making money on the Internet. This is referred to as Internet Marketing. You may have heard of some of these programs (the Rich Jerk is the most well-known). Each of the websites below show you how to make the Internet work hard for you, even while you're away on vacation. The profit potential is enormous and is well worth the investment in any of these programs. Each website offers a core of the same basic material, but each one also has a different specialty and expertise."

 

 

the problem i see is that their audience has to be jaded morons that know what this service is refering to and has probably had some bad experience with that industry… or semi-informed/curious skeptics…

 

the skeptics still won't enroll…

 

those burned are skeptical

 

those not burned are successful and don't need this…

 

and no one else knows or cares about wtf they're talking about…  

 

so nevermind… it's a dumb idea

 

nice try tho 

 

could this be my calling?? blogging about how ridiculous some spam is?

 

no… but someone should.. are there spam-watch blogs? that discuss the greater social implications of the spamiverse? the cultural phenomenology of the spam?

Techdirt: Don't Forget To Read The New Disclaimer For The Internet
"Yesterday, Rob Hyndman noticed an impressive disclaimer for a rock preserve, noting that he wanted to include similar language in future contracts. Lawyer David Canton couldn't resist and used the disclaimer as a model for a wonderful new disclaimer for the internet that we agree should be a must read for all internet users:

'Business is unpredictable and unsafe. The Internet is dangerous. Many blogs have been written about these dangers, and there's no way we can list them all here. Read the blogs. The Internet is covered in slippery slopes with loose, slippery and unpredictable footing. The RIAA can make matters worse. Patent trolls are everywhere. You may fall, be spammed or suffer a DOS attack. There are hidden viruses and worms. You could break your computer. There is wild code, which may be vicious, poisonous or carriers of dread malware. These include viruses and worms. E-mail can be poisonous as well. We don't do anything to protect you from any of this. We do not inspect, supervise or maintain the Internet, blogosphere, ISP’s or other features, natural or otherwise.' "

I should write something similar for anyone seeking emotional involvement with me… to this point I've apparently been unclear… and that's not fair I guess 

watch this space for that…………. (or offer suggestions b4 i get to it) 

test

February 4, 2006



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