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I'll bet there aint a wacko liberal alive right now that aint looking for a window to leap out of after reading this from the new Baghdad mayor... (I define "wacko" liberals as those that automatically hate the letter "B" because it's the first letter in the word, "Bush."):"We will build a statue for Bush," said Ali Fadel, the former…

I've officially launched blogTshirts.com. It's one of the 274 businesses I'm constantly in the middle of developing. This one has finally bubbled to the surface. I've got in place the proper equipment to facilitate its success and now all we need are bloggers to jump on board.SIDE NOTE: I just wish I would have had all this t-shirt making equipment…

Pay: The knowledge gained in participating. :-) Reason to do it: Because you are a remarkable entrepreneur and you're as curious as hell.Seriously. I'm looking to recruit a few of my readers to conduct an experiment. The actual work will take 16 hours to complete. It's not rocket science, but I need someone who considers themselves a remarkable entrepreneur.The chosen…

If you're here regarding my earthquake prediction, click here for more info.On to my normal subject matter... business ideas!As everyone knows, printer companies get their revenue off the back end and not so much the front end. Meaning they charge an arm and a freaking leg for ink cartridges but you can get a decent printer now a days for…

It appears my prognosticating post has begun to be noticed. Traffic yesterday was about 500 visitors. Today it was over 5100 visitors. The vast majority of it was from an Italian website that is comparing me to Nostrodamus. Yikes! So, benvenuti to all my Italiano visitors. (Interesting note: I was stationed in Italy when I was in the Air Force.…

If you have been a regular reader of my blog, I need you to do me a favor. If you remember reading my post back in September about my earthquake prediction, and the followup post a few days later, please post it in the comments. It seems my prediction is getting a bit of attention in the blogosphere and there…

I came across a nifty sales tool again just recently. I've seen it before but for one reason or another, I've always had to pass on it as not being "there" yet.Well, I believe it's about as "there" as it's going to get now. It's called oddcast. Blogger doesn't allow you to use javascript in your posts, so I can't…

If you've followed my blog for over a few months, you might remember that I made an earthquake prediction back on September 2nd, 2004. In that prediction, I said this:I just hope the intensity of the event doesn't directly correlate with the intensity of the physical manifestation I've been experiencing. If it does, it will be absolutely devastating. Let's hope…

Oohh... I just said, "stiff" and "naughty" in one sentence. Gotta love that.Anyway, if you view life out of the right eye more than the left, you simply must go over to Cox & Forkum. They have the best editorial cartoons on planet earth. Here's their latest:I absolutely love this. I laughed and laughed and laughed when I saw this…

More on my CrispAds testing. It seems to me that this is a good way to swap traffic with other bloggers without spending hardly any cash. Let me explain. One of my ads currently running (as an advertiser) is for this blog (dansherman.com). This means other bloggers are showing my ad through their CrispAd insertion. When their visitor clicks on…

My post a few days ago about the demise of the daily newspaper and how a saavy journalist-type person can take advantage of that demise, got me thinking and researching.So, henceforth, as if I didn't have enough things to do, I will be blogging the demise of the newspaper industry. I'm calling the blog, Bye Bye Ink. The introductory entry…

I've been using CrispAds now as a publisher (see ad in this post) as well as an advertiser. I've made a whopping .46 cents so far as a publisher (thanks to the two people who have clicked on my crispads.)The amount I've made really means nothing because it's really only relative to how many people have viewed my ads. That…

This post is meant for my fellow bloggers out there. Please check out a new service I will be launching shortly at blogTshirts.com. It's not fully functional as of yet, but I'd like to get a core group of bloggers signed up and get their own blog's t-shirt up on the site before I go forward with the hard launch.Also,…

I thought I would be the first to market with this concept, but someone else beat me to it. It's called CrispAds.com and they allow you to insert text based ads in your RSS or ATOM blog feeds. (I've inserted an ad into the bottom of this post.)I think this is a marvelous idea. (Of course I think so since…

I was just listening to the radio in my garage while packaging up Santas and I heard the talker discussing the difference between sheep and goats in the experiments they were conducting on some human subjects regarding skepticism...etc. She said they called the people who were willing to be guided basically anywhere, sheep. Whereas the people who continually questioned things…

Just came across this over at Dane's blog. It's a business card cutter. No more hanging chad looking roughness on your home printed card edges. You can use the business card template built into any word processing software (or even design software like Publisher) to design your card and print your cards on to any paper you want. Then use…

The liberal movement in this country is like the energizer vampire. They just keep sucking and sucking and sucking and sucking the lifeblood out of our culture.They won't stop until we're all moving around like zombies with a blank stare in our eyes and absolutely no belief in our hearts.I'm so angry, I could spit. I'll let you be the…

I've been talking about this with my friends and family for a little over two years now.Daily local newspapers will be dead within our lifetime (if you're in your mid 40's or younger.)More and more news is coming out of the newspaper industry that is VERY bad for them.I have my own testimony. I used to subscribe to the Oregonian.…

I just got done reading a really interesting book called, "Replay." It's the story of a man who dies at the age of 42 (or something like that) and right after his death, he awakes again in his dorm room in college. Essentially, he relives his life over and over and over, each time dying at the very same time…

I think it's important to know a little about the history of our holidays, here in the US. I particularly like the history behind Thanksgiving. It really speaks volumes against the backdrop of liberal organizations, such as the ACLU, attempting to remove references to God from every fabric of today's society.As much as religion-hating liberals try at all costs to…

Got this from Incoherent Ramblings:"War is an ugly thing, but not the ugliest of things. The decayed and degraded state of moral and patriotic feeling which thinks that nothing is worth war is much worse." John Stewart Mill

Just thought you'd like to see this commercial. Incredible viral ad campaign. I'll bet this will be seen by a million people in 1 day alone, if it hasn't already.Hat tip to Gizmodo for this one.

I've already discussed an idea I had regarding the use of free political donation address databases, like this one.Well, I never got around to sending out any direct mail to these people advertising my original political t-shirts, like this one. (BTW: I made about $2000 on that shirt idea, just advertising on blogs... etc.) I wish I had because it…

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