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While reviewing all the best blogs for BlogNet Awards, we stumbled across On the Bricks blog.  Run by a very interesting man name Chilly, we came across one of his posts, that were funny, but at times a little unsettling.   Here are a few of ” Have You Ever Wondered?”

1. Do infants enjoy infancy as much as adults enjoy adultery?

2. How is it possible to have a civil war?

3. Why do they put Braille on the drive-through bank machines?

4. If one synchronized swimmer drowns, do the rest drown too?

5. If you ate pasta and antipasto, would you still be hungry?

6. If you try to fail, and succeed, which have you done?

You will just have to go to his site to read the rest of them…lol.  Oh my personal favorite was number 27.

To Your Success

Success Blog Net Team

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When Success Blog Net is asked a question, we are always there to help.

A friend of  of the Blog Net showed me a letter he had recieved this morning:

Hi,
We’ve seen your website at http://www.squidoo.com/onlinebusinessopportunitiesws
and we love it!
We see that your traffic rank is 450
and your link popularity is 3420.
Also, you have been online since 6/1/2005.
With that kind of traffic, we will pay you up to $4,800/month
to advertise our links on your website.
If you’re interested, read our terms from this page:
http://www.contactthem.com/r.php?s=10&p=2&w=122127

Sincerely,
DeMarco Smith
The ContactThem Network

Being the smart person that he is, Walt from All Sports on the Web, wanted to know our opinion.

When we looked into this “advertising”, on the surface it sure looked good…it has a fairly good page rank the site looks professional and lets face it…this person took the time and trouble to look into Walt’s  Squidoo lens.  The numbers cited are indeed on target.

Considering that we want our bloggers to be successful, we decided to check further into this and digged deeper to see what others had to say good or bad and this is what we found: (more…)

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