Thursday, May 14, 2015


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Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Global Domains International (GDI): A Scam or a Great Money Making Opportunity?

There are those who believe you cannot make money online – really? Maybe they do not understand it or have not put sufficient effort into an online program to make it work; therefore, rather than blame themselves, they scream “scam.” This is so unfair to such companies because it can unjustifiably hurt or ruin their reputations.

GDI has been in business since 1999, 15 years as of this year, 2014. It is hard to believe the company could have lasted this long as a scam. Its longevity partly proves it is not a scam, but a good company.

GDI partners with PayPal to accept and send payments to individual PayPal accounts. It is well known that is very strict with anyone with whom they partner. If PayPal accepts GDI as a good and legal company, then this is further proof that the company is not a scam and can be considered safe.

With first hand knowledge and much experience with GDI, I can say with confidence that this company is not a scam. I will also advise that with effort and a serious desire to make it work, you can make money with GDI, but only if you treat it like a business.

GDI is free to join, and only 10 bucks a month after a free, no obligation, trial period ? For more details and information, and to view a short video, Click on this link or if necessary, copy and paste it into your browser. You then may choose to join this exciting opportunity and begin building your free website and begin making money.

You may be interested in the following articles:

Making Money on the Internet
Making Money on the Internet: A Follow Up
On Socyberty: Global Domains International (GDI): A Scam or a Great Money Making Opportunity?

Saturday, January 12, 2013

Java Software Warning

Government experts are warning all users of Java software, which is generally on all computers, to temporarily disable it on their computers to avoid potential hacking attacks. In case you did not hear or read about it, the following is a published warning. The last link that I have provided here gives you step by step instructions as to how to disable Java on all major browsers..

(WASHINGTON) — The U.S. Department of Homeland Security is advising people to temporarily disable the Java software on their computers to avoid potential hacking attacks.

The recommendation came in an advisory issued late Thursday, following up on concerns raised by computer security experts.

Experts believe hackers have found a flaw in Java’s coding that creates an opening for criminal activity and other high-tech mischief.

Java is a widely used technical language that allows computer programmers to write a wide variety of Internet applications and other software programs that can run on just about any computer’s operating system.

Oracle Corp. bought Java as part of a $7.3 billion acquisition of the software’s creator, Sun Microsystems, in 2010.

Oracle, which is based in Redwood Shores, Calif., had no immediate comment late Friday.

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Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Susan Boyle: Standing Ovation and Her Greatest Hits

Click on the the link right below Susans photo for much more information including previews.

Help Save The Homes of Single Moms With Small Children (Benton Harbor/Coloma Michigan)

Michigan retired and disabled landlord on fixed income needs help to continue renting to single mothers with small children. Without help soon, it will be necessary to evict these mothers and their small children because I cannot continue making the mortgage, tax and insurance payments on these houses. I was severally financially damaged by the housing and market crashes of 2008/09. Since then, I have exhausted my life savings trying to keep from losing these homes. I have run out of options and am looking for help in any form. I am willing to pay interest on a private loan.

Saturday, July 21, 2012

Two University of Michigan 2012 Season Football Tickets For Sale

The location and price: $950 for both tickets. Section 36, north end, row 85, seats 27 and 28, easy/fast in and out, excellent view of entire field. Everyone in the area is friendly and fun. Once you view a game from these seats, you will be spoiled and hate to give them up. Comment here if you want more information or want to buy the tickets.