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Julia from Fourth Of July Wishes brings us the most patriotic of blogs I've come across in a while. We are only a month and a few days away from this blogs holiday so I'm sure it will continue to gain popularity as the days move ahead. The writing and format are both spot on and the topic is one of my favorite. America needs more patriotism I think and the blog platform is a great way to express it. Only bit of criticism I have is your profile blurb is written in white letters which makes it very hard to see on top of the light grey background. Other than that the blog is fantastic. Keep up the good work!
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What do you think of when you hear genetics and Johnny Depp...It's an easy one...7 Confessions. This blogger loves Johnny Depp and is one year away from a Masters degree in genetics. First of all, forget about the blog, I have to say bravo to that achievement, but the blog I have found to be a close runner up. Writing is what builds a blog, but passion is what fuels it, and it's clear to see you have alot of passion about blogging which is great to see. Keep up the good work and keep the blog rolling!
Review me is a similar service where you do reviews that were requested by advertisers. You can charge mucho money if you're blog is popular. One problem and it is where PPP and Review Me become separate entities, it's in the dollar sign. PPP charges ten percent of your fee. Review Me charges half of your fee. Ouch! There is a fantastically written review of the new PPP direct in Andy Beards Blog that goes more into the meat and potatoes. All I know personally is I love meat and potatoes and I love Pay Per Post and I Love this new concept. In a world of greed and money, PPP is opting to go against the grain by not being greedy and giving the little guy more of a piece of the pie. In my eyes that is commendable and to tie in and sum up my ideas in this post I am glad that I made the move to sign up with PPP and I hope to have continued success with them as they continue their own success!
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25 lbs oranges
15 lbs bananas
8 lbs lemons and limes
5 lbs of fruits (depending on what's available)
20 lbs carrots
4 lbs celery
2 or 3 lbs lettuce
3 lbs greens (spinach, kale, swiss chard, etc.)
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3 lbs avocados
2 lbs beets
If you haven't already become a member of the pay per post family, whether it be as a postie or as an advertiser, I'd recommend at least a visit to the pay per post website to get a feel for what you are missing. SO many companies have already taken advantage of the PPP system like Bid4Prizes.com, the only low bid auction on the Internet. To sum up my thoughts I have to say again that I am happy I made that decision a few months ago to become a part of the pay per post family and I hope to continue to profit from them in the future!
Kiyotoe was one of my blog's first regular visitors and I've enjoyed his funny, flirty, and humble(?) comments ever since.
The first post I remember reading at his blog was What An Ass-Umption. It was laugh out loud funny as he tells about going to the gym and meeting the "biggest, meanest looking, had-to-be-a-football-player, muscles in his nose, grizzly bear sized dude."
That post was based on making assumptions about people and most of Kiyotoe's posts DO make you think. In fact his own description of his blog is "Embracing the things that bring us together while dissecting that which separates us. This is my thought process." And dissect he does!
In Looks Are Deceiving he addresses how we all tend to make judgments based on people's looks. There's a nice mention of Moi in there, too. (Smile.)
Kiyotoe discusses his aging in the Bad Medicine post. I had to nod and chuckle as I read this because I knew exactly what he meant! I bet some of you will, too. The Plague is also something we can all relate to.. Blogging Addiction!
Some of his more introspective posts include:
- Just A Second, a post about how precious time is.
- Not-So-Great Expectations in which he talks about taking stock of our lives.
- Blowing Bubbles is a wonderful post about becoming who you wanted to be.
I hope you get a chance to visit The Dragon: 050376 today. If you do, please tell him Skittles and Critique My Blog sent you.
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Robin's blog, The Dreamtime, is one of those blogs that I love and wish it got more attention than it does. She is a very interesting and diverse person and her blog shows that.
When I first stumbled upon her blog she was in the process of getting a new puppy after the heartbreaking loss of her other dog. You can read about it in the middle of this post. After a long wait, the puppy came home with her and Meander eventually got his own blog so we could watch him growing up.
Robin speaks often about her life, family, and friends. I loved this post she did called Christmas Tree Lady about a surprise new friend and Longing which is a poignant post about the love shared between two brothers and how she would never know what that is like since she was an only child. I found this post about how we carry hurt with us from childhood very moving.
Robin also posts about things that are important to her, like this post called Indifference about the apathy of people in a restaurant to help a choking man. She is very concerned about global warming and our planet Earth as you can read here and here.
But some of my favorite posts she does are about Water People. Living right next to Lake Michigan she takes pictures of people who come to just look at the lake. It's fun to try and figure out their thoughts.
Please pay Robin and The Dreamtime a visit. Tell her Skittles and Critique My Blog sent you!
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