Written by Joseph Robert Neil James

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Eighteen months ago, during 2001 - I received an email, offering merepparttar opportunity to earn big money, if I parted with $49. The letter was well written andrepparttar 132589 offer looked tempting I decided to write to him, asking if he would be willing to send me his information, free of charge and said, if it did make me money I would send himrepparttar 132590 first $100 – I made. To my amazement he wrote back by return and said, “you are on, here isrepparttar 132591 link to download allrepparttar 132592 information you will require”. Delighted I spent many hours setting uprepparttar 132593 website templates he sent me. I’ve yet to make any money from his products. If I do, he will receiverepparttar 132594 first $100 - as promised. Providing he contacts me because when I wrote to him three times, to thank him for sending me his information, free of charge, my emails were ignored. The products I promote have not made any money, as yet, although my website is active.

Sending out email is thought to berepparttar 132595 most profitable way of promoting products. Emails being sent out is increasing and people are being encouraged to send out millions of emails each day based onrepparttar 132596 principle that some will be read and attract orders. No doubt they do attract orders but not enough to justify filling inbox’s with unwanted emails. Computers we are and computers we own will ensure that in time we will be less infected with errors. If you want to be less corrupt just be patient and considerate to others. Our computers are only corrupt because we are corrupt. When we sit at a computer we need to recognise that a computer is only as corrupt as it’s programmer.

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Joseph Robert Neil James resides in Warwickshire, England and is an author, husband, father, grand-father, and Great-Grand-Father Having spent many years in the "Direct Mail Advertising" business, whilst living with his wife and four children in Australia - joseph is now retired and enjoys working with his computer and reseaching with a Pendulum.

Does size really matter?

Written by David Leonhardt

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My wife and I witnessed an awesome display of aviationrepparttar other day. Two hawks were flying around acrossrepparttar 132586 street, swooping right over us at times. They were trying to establish a new nest.

Usually, hawks fly somewhere "up there", distant silhouettes againstrepparttar 132587 blinding brightness ofrepparttar 132588 sky. But on this occasion, they were flying low enough for us to make outrepparttar 132589 colors beneath their wings:repparttar 132590 deep, dark brown andrepparttar 132591 sandy tan feathers.

And low enough to seerepparttar 132592 colors ofrepparttar 132593 little birds (sparrows, perhaps?) giving chase. It was an even match, or so it seemed. Two sparrows versus two hawks. OK, perhaps not completely even. Each hawk looked big enough to gulp down a sparrow in a single chomp, like a person might swallow a grape. Come to think of it, this match did not look any more even than if I had been placed in a ring with a well-fed sumo wrestler.

Yet there they were, two big hawks, graceful and majestic,repparttar 132594 scourge of field mice everywhere, managing impossible maneuvers to evaderepparttar 132595 slightest touch ofrepparttar 132596 tiny sparrows.

Why? Because sparrows are more agile than hawks, and can more easily position themselves for attack. Because sparrows are less fragile than hawks, and do not fear feather damage torepparttar 132597 same degree. Because sparrows are quicker than hawks, so they can more easily retreat if they have to.

Sadly forrepparttar 132598 hawks, their size was of little comfort againstrepparttar 132599 superior skills ofrepparttar 132600 sparrows. And sadly for us, it appears we will NOT be watchingrepparttar 132601 comings and goings of hawks nesting acrossrepparttar 132602 street.

Does size matter? No. But if you want to make that slice of cheesecake just a bit bigger, I would be much obliged.

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