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i'm ready for my close up mr demille
Location: Evansville, IN

My beloved AMG has a new look! I'm sure I'll fumble around with it a bit until I get the hang of it, but as a first impression, it's defnitely easier on the eyes. The only fault I have so far is that now users must register to see some of the geekier information like album credits and chart positions, things which used to be open to everyone. It doesn't cost anything to register, but I'm always uncomfortable registering with websites, I don't like feeling like my online viewing habits are monitored, no matter how innocuous it may be. Another definite beneifit is that you can listen to samples of the songs - boasting a library of 5.5 million samples.

I've pretty much decided I want to train for my company, not so much because of any deep yearning to give some rookie the beneift of my tutelage, but because I can make a shit load of money doing it. It is conceviable to double your earning potential since the trainer gets paid for all of the miles driven. If I double the amount of miles I'm currently driving, still doing the same work, I make double the money. Doubling it may be a strethc, but I could probably drag my annual income above the 70k/yr mark, I reckon. I'm gonna send a message to my dispatcher tomorrow and tell her I'm interested if they need one and if not, to consider me when they do need one. If I don't like it, I can always go back to driving solo, but if nothing else, I figure I can grin and bear it for a few years and pay off all of my debts and sock some of it away, maybe enough to buy a truck of my own. Although, I still haven't decided if that's something I really wanna do either. Still seems like an awful lot of headache and responsibility. Who knows, we'll see.

I'm also thinking of doing something kinda strange. You know all those get rich quick schemes you see on late night TV? I've always been the type who has been incredibly skeptical of them, but at the same time a bit fascinated by them. My skepticism always works like this: if you can make so much money doing this why are you SELLING your system to the average joe, why not just give it way? If you're so rich, you should be able to just do this out the kindness of your heart. The fascination part though stems from my general curiosity. I'm the type of person who likes to do something sometimes, just for the hell of it. Lo and behold, a couple of weeks ago I saw an advertisement in the newspaper for one of these sorts of system, something to do with stock options or what-not. It was a very level-headed sort of approach to buying and selling stock options with a given system that wasn't a guaranteed success, but severely minimized risk. Basically, the premise of the system is that you spread you investment according to this system and the times losses are incurred, they're balanced by your gains. But the kicker was, the cost of the book revealing the secrets of this "system" ($39) was not only very reasonable, but the profits generated from it's sale were being donated to a particular charity. In the spirit of doing something just to say I've done it, I'm thinking this is the one it would have to be. Who knows if I'll ever get around to doing it, but I figure if I can spring 50 bucks just to have a 72 oz. steak sitting in front of me, why not this?

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Well, thanks for the kind words. Glad you like the lyrics page, although the layout ain't nuffin' special... chump work. The chump being me.

Have you seen the commercial with the guy wearing a suit covered with question marks who yells a lot?

That one fascinates me most because it's completely beyond me how anyone could take him seriously.

Someday I'd like to find a volunteer to get his book and report back to the rest of us.

Yeah I've seen that guy. He's obnoxious. Maybe we oughta set up a paypal donation and pool our collective LJ resources to buy it, with the condition that anyone who chips in will get see it - we'll just mail it around til everyone's seen it. ;-)

I like the young guy who was so broke he couldn't pay is bills and he was "living in a tiny one bedroom apartment!</i>" when he put his system together that is SO EASY, ANYONE CAN DO IT!

Oh, and thee's the "money market" one with the annoying British lady.

But I wanna do one, one way or the other. This "stock options" one sounds like fun... and cheap. If I'm gonna allow myself to be a sucker, I'm gonna be a cheap sucker.

I have always wanted to try one of the cheesy get rich quick things, but probably not until I am out of school and can afford to lose anything I might put in.

Let me know how it works out, so I know what to look out for.

That's what I love about this one... only $39 for the book and, according to advertisement anyway, you only put in however much you're comfortable with ("as little as $100"). I figure if I can hemhorrage a hundred dollars worth of casino chips at a blackjack table, I can at least fool around with this for the helluvit.

Question mark suit

FYI - the book hawked by the obnoxious man in the question mark suit can be bought at Barnes and Noble (at least they had it there a few months ago - in the Lexington / Hamburg Place locale walk thru the doors, turn left, go past the checkout counter and look to your right around the last aisle (before the music section). If they still have it. No, I don't own a copy.


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