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Day 331 – ASniper #198 + End Of March Totals!

April 1st, 2010


Well, got another adsense sniper up…I also spent some time grouping up a bunch of inner page keywords that I plan on backlinking via UAW…thus far I have about 27 pairings, so that’s 27 planned submissions.. I just need to find an Ezine Article now for each one to be outsourced to Human Rewriter so that it can be re-written 3x for the UAW submissions.

Now I’ve also got to find some time to assess all the Clickbank Snipers I made last year as a bunch of them are coming up for renewal..

Aside from that, it’s the end of the month and time to count up how much I’ve made!

First of all, here are the totals for March 31st:

  • CB = $26.38
  • Adsense = $114.07
  • Total = $140.45

Now the end of the month totals:

Adsense = $3,563.67 ($3,070.87 last month) + $492.80 increase

CB = $1,131.32 GROSS ($$1,317.91 last month)
CB = $1,114.71 NET($1,301.30 last month)
Hops = 7,097 (4,391 last month)
Gross Sales = 46 (last month = 48)
Net Sales = 45 (last month = 47)
Refunds = 0 (1 last month)
Chargebacks = 1 (0 last month)
3 XFactor Sales = $92.40
14 UAW Sales/Renewals = $349.74 -26.80 refund = $322.94
2 Backlink Solutions Sales = $58.20
Human Rewriter = $52.00 (thanks :> .. I only check this at the end of the month)
EBay = $108.32 CAN = $107.48 U.S. (Wow, big jump in EBay income due to one of my Clickbank snipers with Ebay ads on it getting a bunch of sales… last month I made only $42.23)

Grand Total For March = $5,311.40! (… + $506 over last month!)


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  1. Kelly
    April 1st, 2010 at 13:50 | #1

    Wow-That is AMAZING!!!
    Thank you for doing this site-It has a lot of information and inspiration.

    **Holds up glass** Here is to a 6k month for the month of April…

  2. DC
    April 1st, 2010 at 13:55 | #2

    I made $169 for March (strictly Adsense)!

    Better watch out Mikeman, I’m coming after yah!

  3. April 1st, 2010 at 14:38 | #3

    Congrats on the increase in earnings…especially Adsense. I haven’t really ventured into building ‘Google Sniper’ type of niche websites (since I’d rather focus on authority niche websites), but I may have to add this type of building to my portfolio soon. 🙂

  4. Mikeman
    April 1st, 2010 at 16:18 | #4


    Hey thanks Kelly, and np.. :>


    nice :>

    @Flippa Chick

    Thanks Flippa Chick..ya, they’re pretty lucrative..

  5. Heimir
    April 1st, 2010 at 16:25 | #5

    Same here $170 for march, a big increase from February’s $25 🙂

  6. April 1st, 2010 at 17:12 | #6

    NICE! Whoah, that’s a cool increase, Heimir – did you just build like crazy?


    Seriously. Awe…Some.

    That really made my day, Mike – something to look forward to!

  7. Heimir
    April 1st, 2010 at 17:58 | #7

    @JamestheJust on Elance
    Nope, I have a full time offline job and a newborn baby so I don’t have much time.
    I probably built 8 sites in Feb.

    Most if this income is from only 2 sites.

  8. Kasey Langton
    April 1st, 2010 at 18:05 | #8

    Nice…good job Mike, steady increase and how the heck did Remi pull that off!? wicked.

  9. April 1st, 2010 at 19:19 | #9

    Well done, Mike!

  10. April 1st, 2010 at 20:06 | #10

    I need to get into Ebay. If I may ask, what was the category of that ebay site. Is it like clothing, beauty, auto or what??

    I see that you made about $500 from this blog. I remember when you were contemplating if you would continue posting on this blog. I knew you couldn’t stop because some of your monthly income is from this site. To be precise it is like 10%. That is easy money. You just update the site, and you make money, instead of you backlinking 190 sites to make the 90% of the money.

  11. Vince
    April 1st, 2010 at 21:04 | #11

    Congratulations!!!Man, you will be earning 10k a month pretty soon. I have observed lately that it is getting harder and harder to find good keywords.. I spent 4 hours last night and didn’t find any keywords..just asking if you noticed that also…
    Also, want to ask if you put the adsense block directly below the title (keyword) or do you put a sentence or 2 of the article before the ad…


  12. April 1st, 2010 at 21:14 | #12

    congrats on the baby, Heimir, and me, too – son #3 born in Jan, had some other fam. emergencies to take care of…built 6 more sites in Feb or so, have about 12 more just waiting to be put up. Tripled my Adsense income, but only about $150 this month. $767 for affiliate product for a physical product.

    Need to focus more on Adsense, but Elance is eating my time and I love that, too….too much going on! Ah well, I’m in a much better place financially because of this blog and Mike’s inspiration/Elance clientele.

  13. April 1st, 2010 at 21:20 | #13

    dude…I LOVE it when I see wikipedia, amazon, overstock, ezine…and other PR 3-6’s under my PR 0! Spot #3 in G, all from EZA, UAW runs, and the UAW plugin for auto content…lovely day.

  14. Kelly
    April 1st, 2010 at 21:42 | #14

    Mike-I had a couple of questions that I have been thinking about-Over the TNB someone mentioned how these sniper/XFactor sites are just short term, and an authority site will last. Have you noticed this? I am just still trying to decide which way to go.

    Also in regards to what Vince stated: are there any keywords left? I honestly believe that there are-there are millions-upon-millions of products/problems/solutions/ & etc. What is your take on this?

  15. Josh
    April 1st, 2010 at 22:54 | #15


    I found 41 keywords in the last 2 days(the hard part was deciding which 10 to buy…) and I only used google’s keyword tool. Just dig endlessly. Every keyword you see that gets more than 3k searches, type it in.


    I don’t have the experience to talk ‘long term’ but from my understanding authority sites require you to keep them updated often. These sites can be left sitting for years without being updated or gaining any new backlinks.
    I imagine at some point we will need to do more work on these, but no business model lasts forever-Especially online. I think these are as long term as any online business could possibly model get.

    Anyways, that’s my 2 cents.

  16. Kasey Langton
    April 1st, 2010 at 23:04 | #16

    you can use auto blog plugins that will “auto-matically” post new f-r-e-s-h content every day. and you will gain nice authority and alexa rankings as well…

  17. Mikeman
    April 1st, 2010 at 23:04 | #17

    @JamestheJust on Elance

    Tnx man, and nice work on your rankings :>

    @Kasey Langton

    Haha, ya, he’s a pretty good shot, there’s a vid of him doing all sorts of crazy shots…


    Thanks Carrie :>

    @Tech Blogger

    I’m not going to reveal what niche that’s in as it’s too niche…I will say that certain keywords that have “for sale”, “cheap”, “discount” do really well…

    And no, that’s not the reason I continue this blog…$400-$500 in exchange for jeopardizing my network of sites and having people target me? I don’t think so!

    I never started this site for money and it’s not my focus to become a regular IM’er who makes money off of other IM’ers..

    Also, maintaining this blog is NOT easy money..this saps 1-2 hours a day from me, answering questions and making posts..I could easily make significantly more for this same work by just making it a membership site.. if I were the typical IM’er, I’d have done that by now with all the traffic I get.

    Unless this blog is generating me a full time income in and of itself though, I have no problems shutting it down tomorrow if the need arises. The only reason I don’t is because I don’t want the community to die.


    Thanks Vince…ya, keywords can be hard to find..however not THAT hard. Spend a whole day searching, you may find 1 an hour for a while, but eventually you will stumble across a niche where you find 3, 4, 5 or more keywords.

    As you get better at determining what a successful kw is, how low you can go on CPC & # of searches, you’ll start finding more as well.

    And I only put a small bit of text below the title if the title seems like it can relate to the adsense block a little too well in a negative way… so for instance if the title were “cheap piano chairs” I’d put a small bit of text inbetween, otherwise if its just “piano chairs” I’d leave it.


    The talk about sniper sites being short term is fear mongering… If anyone is saying something that has a paralyzing/fear inducing affect on you, be wary of what they have to say..Also, take into account if they are even in a position to speak authoritatively…do they have 100+ sites? if not, I wouldn’t take their word for it.

    I’ve had my Clickbank snipers for a year now and they’ve consistently brought in 1-1.5k/month.

    Now the idea with these sites is to start them off as 5 page sites, but to grow them into multi-page sites as time goes on.. A lot of my adsense sites are 6 pages and I have a few sites that have 10+ pages as well. It’s just the natural progression to grow your good sites as they age and gain authority…

    And yes, there are keywords left, you’re just going to have to do a lot more digging than you would have had to do 1 year ago… Devote an entire day to searching and as you get better at finding niches you know you can rank for, you will find more.

  18. Mikeman
    April 1st, 2010 at 23:18 | #18

    One addendum, if the landscape changes, adapt…simple. This Internet landscape is constantly changing and if you have this mentality you’ll ride with the waves.

    Don’t let anything paralyze you from taking action. This method works and it works well, don’t let naysayers/fear mongers scare you out of developing income with this..

    Although if you don’t, it’s more keywords for the rest of us :>

  19. April 1st, 2010 at 23:28 | #19


    Mikeman :
    One addendum, if the landscape changes, adapt…simple. This Internet landscape is constantly changing and if you have this mentality you’ll ride with the waves.
    Don’t let anything paralyze you from taking action. This method works and it works well, don’t let naysayers/fear mongers scare you out of developing income with this..

    Although if you don’t, it’s more keywords for the rest of us :>

    priceless, man. as usual. seriously, it reminds me of Al’s tone – the fear-mongering, I mean – there’s surprisingly a lot of it out there…even my own in-laws are trying to instill it in me. which is why I’m not kidding when I say that this blog is inspiring – those numbers, even when they dip to “only” $95 a day…those numbers are a serious anti-dote to all the critics out there.

    on top of that, even John XFactor suggests product-related niches so you can convert to affiliate sites in case the big Topeka decides to shut this down…which would make less than zero sense.

    adaptability – the key to any successful business. evolve or die whining…and no, that isn’t meant to sound like a criticism of anyone who has a genuine concern, but fear leads to the darkside. remember anakin skywalker, and yoda’s advice.

    green muppets don’t lie.

  20. Kasey Langton
    April 1st, 2010 at 23:43 | #20

    @JamestheJust on Elance
    i bet the in-laws know nothing about the internet, i noticed this about “the outside” crowd. because IM is and can be difficult to understand at first because most people cant comprehend scalability.

    on another note, most fear comes from the unknown and not knowing or having a full understanding of something can stump most people. oh and thank gawd the Big T is finally gone, lol

  21. Josh
    April 1st, 2010 at 23:51 | #21

    I never even try and explain what I am doing to people anymore. I just say ‘online business’ which people seem to accept a little bit better.

  22. Kasey Langton
    April 1st, 2010 at 23:56 | #22

    …i second that. you either have people muttering “geek” as they walk away OR they want you to teach them. so yeah, online business sounds pretty nice, never thought about that. sounds too difficult for people to think they can do it and avoids them from asking you to teach them AND also sounds professional enough where people arent muttering geek when walking away.

  23. April 2nd, 2010 at 00:39 | #23

    @Kasey Langton
    actually, my BIL got me on Elance and IM’ing – he got me the AdSense book and other tools – but he laughs and says I’m just “cutting my teeth.” nevermind he gets the $100 check from goog’le every…what…6 months.

    in any event, he does OK with IMing stuff – he’s the entrepreneur first and foremost in the family, we just have two different styles. he’s doing the membership site deal, owns “ultimategolfsociety” with other partners, and is doing another venture with ranking sites such as, “Town, USA, Dentist.com” etc….

    the thinking is to rank a site, with a satellite of other sites to get PR up, and then you rent the links which you can point to local dentist/lawyer/doctor/CPA etc….for hundreds every month. it’s forced continuity as well – if they stop using you, you take the links back, their site’s PR drops, they don’t get the traffic you generated and the opt-in list…etc.

    not my style. too much work. i’m currently working for him, too, in the family biz – but 10-16 hour days for chump change is old and lame…so I’m doubling my income on Elance/Adsense/Aff marketing – so I can get ahead and just leave the “family” biz behind.

    but for the record, he taught me tons. he still can’t believe I actually know what I’m doing at this point…i’ve learned more from mike than my bil at this point and he can’t stand it.

    wow. that was TMI.

  24. Josh
    April 2nd, 2010 at 00:45 | #24

    @Kasey Langton

    I just graduated high school so EVERYONE wants to know what your doing (and to tell you that you aren’t doing it right) so I get asked about it all the time. Most people just don’t get. I discovered just saying I am working 6 hours a day on an online business.

    I get told constantly I should have a plan B, that I should be going to college, that I should have a job, etc… People just aren’t accepting of the fact that there are other ways to go through life than the 9-5. I mean come on, I’m 19. What is the worst that could possibly happen if I fail. I mean..guess what? I have failed an incredible amount of times in the last few months. 70% of my savings are completely gone on things that probably won’t make me money. The world didn’t end.

    Just about every successful person ever has said that if you want to succeed you have to fail more often. What most people want is an easy, safe existence, where everything is handed to them. They will probably never do anything great or do anything interesting because they are afraid to take action, and because of this they will continue to live a boring mediocre life.

    When you try and do something different they think of it as a spit in their faces, telling them that the way they do it is wrong, and they will try and hammer you back down to their level. You aren’t trying to please them. So take action and tell them to go fuck themselves. If you are too afraid to take risk then maybe you should be working at Walmart for $9 an hour.

    It also isn’t some giant secret that working at a job is the absolute worst way to make money. The best way to make money is to create assets that creates you passive income, and frankly its more risky to not to create assets than it is to rely on a job. Job security is an oxymoron.

    …Anyways, what I was saying is that just saying you are working on an online business is a great way to explain to supportive people what you are doing without having to give a big explanation.

  25. Kasey Langton
    April 2nd, 2010 at 01:04 | #25

    @JamestheJust on Elance
    seems like an “old skool” way of doing internet marketing, BUT i guess if it works for them/him then i guess let it be. its good your venturing off on your own though. being that your style is completely different.

    i completely agree… i went to college when i was your age and the only thing i got out of it was 3 associates degrees in computer networking which just collect dust. i SO wish i would have thought about internet marketing 10 years ago when i first started school, till this day i still dont know why it NEVER crossed my mind. but keep going the way you are…like Mikeman states: there is a tipping point. you almost have to cross the line into insanity which means you keep building sites expecting something different to happen, BUT the difference is…is that it will happen, waiting for the tipping point is a b$#&%, BUT it WILL happen as long as youve been doing everything right. Such as following Mikemans blueprint. and if you have to start over, then its just that much closer to the tipping point.

  26. April 2nd, 2010 at 01:22 | #26

    @Kasey Langton
    being from the 707, the tipping point is officially when the sleeping cow starts to stir…but it’s too late…then you run.

    it’s a Vacaville, California thing…

    dude. at 19 when my then-girlfriend-now-wife-and-mom-to-my-7-babies basically asked how on Google Earth I was planning on providing for our first child out of high school – barely out of high school – I told her I wanted to write.

    go figure it’s worked out like a champ! sucka’s…..

    alright. i’m now returning to spinning the crud out of these articles for my client. for the record, Josh – holy cow, man, you’re 19 and now IM’ing?

    dash it all. at least i have the excuse that at 19 there WAS no internet.

    holy moley i’m old…?! that’s cool, though – just a bit jealous. i think you need to make your own choices as to what’s right, but i will say that choosing to IM ain’t a bad decision. i hear an entrepreneur in you, i think you need to stick with your IMing and show ’em who’s laughing now.

    totally agree with your review of killing the job mentality. i don’t get it, either…only it’s taken me about twice as long to have a biz model I’m good at. i had an advertising franchise that, well, didn’t quite go well (hard to succeed in a biz when the corporation lies to your face and takes your $40k).

    much lower risk with micro-niche sites. scalable, and check out mike’s numbers…i think i like those odds. it’s weird to see my own thoughts on the “job” market parroted by a 19 y/o – i think it makes you twice as advanced intellectually.


  27. April 2nd, 2010 at 08:49 | #27

    I just switched to FT IM recently and had to tell my husband not to tell other people what I do. I don’t think he understands why, but sounds like you guys do. Most people just can’t understand IM and I don’t feel like trying to explain it.

    Nor do I need the pressure. For me it’s a long-term passive income thing, I don’t need to be at Mike’s level nor can I put in those hours. Plus, I’m a mom/wife first so I do what I can with the time I have. That doesn’t mean I wouldn’t like to be making good money nor does it mean I don’t work hard, but I have found the pursuit can take over my life and I start slipping on family duties.

    That’s why it’s nice to read and interact here. You guys all “get it”.

  28. Kasey Langton
    April 2nd, 2010 at 09:20 | #28

    Josh came up with ‘Online Business’ <–actually like this one a lot, just never thought about it until now and I'm gonna start using it now, thx Josh

    Or you can say your a writer and that you make money from advertisements.

    If you say internet marketing or especially affiliate marketing…people freak and go into mild shock. lol. You gotta understand that we all here at Mikes blog are somewhat advanced and we are ALL on the road to financial success, which to every person that can be a different $ amount. But in the real world, it's still surprising on how many people still don't understand what the Internet is besides checking email, myspace and facebook…and its hard for them to understand that when they shop online that in most cases someone is actually getting a commission for that purchase they made and they don't even know about it.

    So yeah, explaining this to someone in the real world can be mucho difficult, like a deer in headlights.

    Oh well, IM is a lonely world.

  29. Heimir
    April 2nd, 2010 at 17:00 | #29

    @JamestheJust on Elance
    Hey James, congrats. Same here, son in Jan.
    But, do you use the UAW plugin on your Xfactor sites?

  30. April 2nd, 2010 at 21:19 | #30

    thanks – yeah, I just started doing that…then found a bunch of really random posts on my blogs…wow. one of them was discussing the merits of legalizing marijuana and how that would boost local economies…problem is, my site is about a product that has nothing to do with that or any other substance.

    So, if you use it, you should do the smart thing and find out how to use the categories…i have an allergy with reading directions. :/

    I think it will better since I’m changing my settings to require my approval first – I thought it would be automated and use my keywords. It’s a bit more confusing than that for me, but I’m sure I just need to read some directions. getting way too lazy, had to take some time to remove about a dozen or so articles across my sites.


    I’m hoping in the long run, since I’m also using a huge ping list that pings w/every post, and deeplinkengine, that my rankings go up.

  31. Josh
    April 3rd, 2010 at 00:18 | #31

    I was thinking the best way you could do it is have your ~5-10 main pages like you normally would. But have some kind of backend to the site where you load in all the other articles. Maybe a section called ‘blog’ and load in everyone’s articles about marijuana and shit there.

    I will definitely experiment with this if I ever start hosting my sites on wordpress.

  32. Josh
    April 3rd, 2010 at 00:22 | #32

    Actually I guess Kasey brought that up the other day with baseballcardsets.org.

  33. April 3rd, 2010 at 00:28 | #33

    that’s a great idea…i just wish i was savvy enough to figure that out – how do you do that on WP?

    I need a WP primer…it would make my sidebar look a little neater, but in any case, i figured out that there is an “exclude keywords” clause that I skipped over, so it should be better now. then I added some categories that it looks like the UAW folks are using, will hope this is enough to clean it all up.

    I double checked and my site dipped to #14…then back up to #3. don’t know if the plugin posts caused that or not…

  34. Josh
    April 3rd, 2010 at 00:36 | #34

    @JamestheJust on Elance

    I have absolutely no idea how to use wordpress so I’m not your man for that one.

  35. April 3rd, 2010 at 01:04 | #35

    it’s all good – I’m pretty sure I answered my own question anyhow.

  36. Mikeman
    April 3rd, 2010 at 09:49 | #36

    About what you say to other people regarding your job…I usually say I’ve got an Internet based business, I’ve never had any confusion over that.

    Other times I’ve elaborated and say I have several hundred websites and I place Google ads on them… The response is usually something like “Oh cool..” and at times followed by them wanting to learn :/

    I’ve had situations where casual acquaintances all of a sudden want to meet up over coffee when I explain this to them *facepalm*


    And BTW Carrie, everyone can find 3-4 hours a day(more on the weekends) if they make the time, it all depends on how badly you want it..sacrfice sleep if you have to.

    Also, when you outsource, putting up these websites takes no more than 30-35 min when the content is all written for you…the game becomes even easier..

  37. April 3rd, 2010 at 17:14 | #37

    @Kasey Langton
    …regarding what to tell ppl when they ask you what you “do,” I like to tell them one of the following:

    1) Pound salt.
    2) Nun Ya….bidness.
    3) make more money than you.
    4) I collect welfare – it’s a good gig.
    5) I’m not sure what I do, I just get money for breathing…
    6) I cash checks, still have no idea where they’re coming from…
    7) ever get that email from the “Nigerian Prince” who needs someone in the U.S. to funnel his millions of dollars through? I’m him. Why didn’t you respond to the email??
    8) I spam for cash. What about you?
    9) I don’t have a job. The economy, you know?
    10) I still haven’t decided what to do, any suggestions?

    It all depends on my mood. Today I’m over-caffeinated and a bit punchy.

  38. April 3rd, 2010 at 17:14 | #38

    Ha! I had no idea that 8 + ) = 8)

  39. Josh
    April 3rd, 2010 at 17:36 | #39

    Just tell everyone your a drug dealer.

  40. April 3rd, 2010 at 18:15 | #40

    they’d believe me with that crazy marijuana post…

    Speaking of, Heimir – I realized that my rankings had *nothing* to do with the UAW plugin…as soon as I began receiving articles from UAW, my rank went down.

    At least, that’s how I see it.

    I took off the plugin – the problem was that the posts were a) random, and b) random…

    The other issue was that all of a sudden my mini-site had 80 tags. The ONLY tags that were related to my site were the ones I had created originally…so I’m not a fan of receiving these posts on my sniper/mini/micro-niche site, whichever synonym you choose (I’m currently spinning articles for clients, in a Roget’s Thesaurus mood/way of thinking/frame of mind…)

  41. Kasey Langton
    April 3rd, 2010 at 18:33 | #41

    @JamestheJust on Elance
    to get the most accurate “rankings” when checking your sites, you have to check them on a computer that you don’t also work on OR change your IP and clear your cookies and temp files. If you don’t do this then there is a good chance your site will always be higher then it really is because of go0gles personalized search.

    oh and i like #7…”i responded to the lottery winnings through an email and received a lump sum, you didnt get one?” lol!

  42. Mikeman
    April 4th, 2010 at 12:44 | #42

    Josh :

    Just tell everyone your a drug dealer.

    haha, you know the guy that parks next to me joked that he was wondering if that’s what I was seeing as how I wasn’t driving out my parking spot like the regular 9 to 5’ers were..

  43. Mikeman
    April 4th, 2010 at 13:12 | #43

    @Kasey Langton

    Actually, all you have to do is first, do a search in Google…then you’ll see an option in the top right appear called “Web History”…click it then click “Disable customizations based on search activity.”

  44. Mikeman
    April 4th, 2010 at 13:29 | #44


    An addendum, I don’t know how much you can trust turning this thing off..after reading Adam’s post I just tried checking my rankings via a US IP with Hide My IP and the keyword I tested is showing my site in a lower position than it appears otherwise…

  45. Kasey Langton
    April 4th, 2010 at 14:19 | #45

    Mikeman :
    @Kasey Langton
    Actually, all you have to do is first, do a search in Google…then you’ll see an option in the top right appear called “Web History”…click it then click “Disable customizations based on search activity.”

    yes you can do this…but for checking accurate ranking purposes…well, it wont be accurate. not that it matters much because the philosophy is to build and not look back. But its mainly to clear up any confusion, for example: J the J has a site showing up high on the first page on his end BUT in reality its on page 2 almost halfway down. so for us that like to take the time to check rankings, to get the most accurate it needs to 1) either be on a different machine or 2) change IP and clear everything in the browser. for some, this may be useful info but others may just take it as a grain of salt, if you will.

  46. Mikeman
    April 4th, 2010 at 16:24 | #46

    @Kasey Langton

    The thing is there are many different Google data centers all over the U.S., Canada and the world showing slightly varying results for your rankings, so it’s not a metric to overly concern yourself with if you’re looking to generate a full time income.

    What is important is just sticking to a set strategy..ex: doing a UAW submission and throwing a few Ezines at every site you put up.

  47. April 4th, 2010 at 16:34 | #47

    @Kasey Langton
    true – the site was on #3, I had a friend verify it for me in Cali, he took a snap shot and emailed it back. It was at #3…I think you work for Goog’e, because –after– you emailed me and said it was @ #14, then I checked and there it was.

    Personally, my SEO on that site is so amazing, that G is having a hard time keeping me down, even with their secret agents like you. I get it, “Kasey LANGton,” like, “LANGley,” as in, where the CIA operates?

    Yeah. Gotcha.


    Ok, that was a rant due to 1/2 way digested choc easter bunny, ignore it. I just wanted to thank you both for the tips. (see, I can be serious)

  48. Kasey Langton
    April 4th, 2010 at 16:39 | #48

    @JamestheJust on Elance
    i know its strange how things seem to change the moment you mention something for me to look at, whahahah <–*evil laugh*

  49. Kasey Langton
    April 4th, 2010 at 16:40 | #49

    i know, but #3 to #14 is a HUGE income difference.

  50. April 4th, 2010 at 17:00 | #50

    @Kasey Langton


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