Jul 6th 2010 3:59PM Prince? Did you go off your meds again????
Jul 4th 2010 2:03PM Well then, I am all out of Jaguar XF's Bugatti Veryon's, 14,000 sqf Mansions, Private islands,Rolex's,month long vacations... lol.....
May 24th 2010 12:56PM So, I will translate what Durst was really trying to say. Goes something like this, " Limp Bizket is so huge and our egos are even huger, these smaller venues are too small to fit our huge ego. So screw the fans, we are cancelling!!!!" So did I get that right? thought so,lol
Apr 20th 2010 1:24PM Wow, as a guitarist, I am surprised to hear the phrase "shredding" being used in an aritcle that was posted for a mainstream audience.
Feb 17th 2010 2:40PM In terms of a watch, that's very interesting. I have always been a fan of high end watches. Another aspect that is not mentioned is that, someone that wears a nice watch can also be precieved as a person that is motivated and desires a higher level of achievement. The style of a watch makes a unique statement and can mean that the canadate for employment desires more out of life and is willing to work harder for it...
May 22nd 2009 11:18PM Ya know what people, believe in something greater than your own negitive fat face. I once had a friend who was "Mr. Realist". His favorite saying was, "Don't go through life wearing rose colored glasses", but yet he was one miserable SOB. The opposite began to occur to me. I say wear the rose colored glasses and be happy and make great things happen. That's why I believe in the Law of Attraction. You attract what your thoughts are, as did this lady and the lotto...
May 22nd 2009 10:31PM It's pretty sad all the negitive comments. It's called the Law of Attraction. It's a natural LAW. It's the ability to master the domain of our own internal thought. Read the "Master Key System" by Charles Hannel or "Think and Grow Rich" by Napoleon Hill. That's what it's about. There is more to this thing called life than what you see at the end of your own nose....
Apr 30th 2009 1:52PM While this is a good common sense article, it's writen with a very employeeistic mindset and criminalizes ANY opportunity that is not a J.O.B. There are many scams and money games out there but there are also several legit Multi Level Marketing / Network Marketing companies that have been around for several years. The real ones do not guarentee that you will make money because that is depicted by your marketing knowledge, effort and takes time to build but can be very worth while.
If your looking for a home based job, make sure there is an application/resume process and do your due dilligence and even Google the company and see what the response is from others.
If your considering the Network Marketing industry, understand that not all MLMs are legit. Contrary to popular belief, pyramid schemes and MLM are too different entities, even by official definition BUT they can be hard to tell apart.Pyramids are illegal. However every business IS a pyramid structure, so the structure alone does not indicate a scheme. It's when there is no product and money is made by recruiting others. There has to be a retail sale or a product that can be sold to the general public without having to join the business as a distributor.
Like I said, this is a good common sense article but there is a growing legitimate home based industry out there and if your main focus is the security of a job and working for linear income, then make sure you are understanding what you are reading and use this article as a giude line.
If you have the heart of an entrepreneur and want to work for leveraged income and build an asset. it's a great industry to get to know.
Apr 27th 2009 3:30PM Crap!!! I work there and have to leave for work in 15 minutes.....SOOO DOOOMED!!!!!!
Dec 6th 2008 11:00PM The spin on this article is a little fatalistic. Your not going to drop dead if you eat these things but just don't pound this crap down everyday. Eat a balanced diet and induldge here and there. It's when people lose controll, that's when they get in trouble..