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Author: Jon Izzard

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Fate Has Naught Regarding Whatever You Do But You Can Get Yourself An Advantage

June 5, 2011 | Posted in Home and Family

Sport takes many forms from the usual to the totally bizarre, but what connects all those with an interest, either as participants or fans, is the component of fate and how they try to move the chance into their experience. Footballers may have a pair of lucky boots, a cricketer a lucky box (presumably one that has never been needed to fulfil its function) as he prepares to go out to bat. For the football fan, it could be having a drink at an allotted time, at a certain pub with the same mates and leaving at the same time each week to go to the ground.

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I Need To Do A Real Position As My Plans Are Taking Too Long To Work Than My Overdraft Can Strain To

June 1, 2011 | Posted in Business

I need to get a job. And soon since unless something changes and I start making a regular income that we can live on I’m going to have to go on the game. This may be interesting, but possibly not too lucrative unless huge numbers of lasses like their beaux on the chubby side. Of course what I would rather do is be able to work from home, do my SEO and affiliate marketing stuff and permit myself to use Friday afternoons out by the water with my fishing tackle instead of anticipating a commute home.

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Major Companies Spend Money On Their Computer Capabilities For A Reason

May 30, 2011 | Posted in Blogging

I have spent so much time lately working on SEO that I had nearly forgotten about the IT support part of my activities. That was until I visited a factory the other day that was using kit for it’s office admin that was so old, they were having trouble with the software they had recently installed which could not find enough processing power to be able to operate correctly and continually crashing the machine it was working on.

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Notices Offering Easy Cash Working From Home Are Deceptive But Not Totally Dishonest

May 30, 2011 | Posted in Marketing

It has become a constant line for comedians, particularly on TV panel programmes, to make a joke of ads saying ‘work at home’ or ‘make money on the internet’. There is a point, there are thousands of such ads and they are very simple to find on sites everywhere. However, they are getting a tarnished name because they promise the world, easy money for little effort and see the cash flood in! Nope, the old saying “if it appears too good to be true, it possibly is” absolutely does apply here since what is not made clear is the same for anybody building a website for anything is that they need to comprehend, or know someone who does, SEO.

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Letting The Brain Float Is A Treat That Gets Rarer With The Passing Of Years

May 11, 2011 | Posted in Internet Business

I read a Twitter conversation the other day between a couple of lads talking about dreaming and one of them mentioned the oddness of having the radio on after the alarm went off but you’re not really awake. That really lit a spark with me, as I recall some belters I had when I used to have my clock radio and the Today programme came on and I was in that second part of sleep, where you’re not fully asleep but below that stage where you are just emerging to alertness. The radio gets into the ears and what they are hearing gets woven into the dreams and it’s superb.

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The Sightseer’s Path Is How To See The World, Not Professionally Or Pastime

May 5, 2011 | Posted in Recreation and Sports

Many years ago, I knew a fella who used to work for McLaren, the F1 racing team, not the pushchair manufacturers. He did fantastic, very technical stuff to do with the car systems and we would sometimes see him in the pub in Guildford in the summer when there were no races on, or during the off season. He would very soon contradict any notion that his job was in any way a fabulous way to see the world because, as he said, he didn’t see much of it from inside the garage at a grand prix complex. In fact, almost the sole occasion he went out was to pull off the front right wheel of the cars at pit-stop time. I cannot help considering that fishing travel is very similar.