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Lemon and Baking soda Miraculous combination - Healthy Holistic Living
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Lemon and Baking soda Miraculous combination: 10, 000 times stronger than Chemotherapy! Why do we not know about this? Because there are organizations that continue to profit from disease.  It is that simple. Do you…

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I find this very interesting but I am NOT surprised that we’ve not been told this by or doctors or by BIG PHARMA.  Contrary to popular opinion, doctors (although they are usually nice people) are not geniuses and they get ZERO training about real nutrition in medical school.

BIG PHARMA controls the medical industry from the schools to the graveyard and the last thing they want is people who understand natural health care.


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New Jersey justice: Prison for telling truth
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I didn’t even have the stomach to watch the videos.  I know what it is.  It’s just police-state craziness.  To me, this is just like Mariah Carey.  She hasn’t gotten any justice because she wasn’t a ‘plantation nigger’ that the poverty pimps could use to further their political careers.  

No….she was a normal, hard-working, person with a real job and who actually contributed something to her community and society.

It sounds to me like this lady might be in the same boat.  I’ll tell you one thing: If living in a modern society means that nobody has enough brains, and a heart, to be rational about a situation like this, and cut this mother of two kids some slack…. then I don’t want any part of it.


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Kokoon — Boutique without borders
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KOKOON is a completely unique modern pop-up boutique for you and your friends. Limited Edition designs, proudly Made in the USA!

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I’ve always been a fan of home-based businesses and if I was married I would want something my wife and I could do together.  

Here’s a company I just learned about today in the process of writing an article about it.  

This lady is originally Korea, got to the states via her US foster-parents, and basically found her American Dream.  She’s got a very successful business (which she started in college) that does good things for people, she’s happily married with a supportive husband who is enthusiastically involved in her business (i.e. “their” business), great kids, and they enjoy a peaceful life in a Minneapolis suburb.  

What more could one ask, right?


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What if white America just said ‘no’?
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I’m glad to see comments like this and I must say I’m not surprised.  It’s about time.  Libertarians, some conservative and some blacks have long known exactly what Rev. Peterson is saying here.  And I KNOW that Pastor James D. Manning thinks this way.

I can bet you that very few of these black thugs and overgrown brats go to church on a regular basis and if their parents (which, of course, statistics tell us that most of them don’t have have) knew what was good for the kids, they would have long ago had the absolute shit beat out of them by a dad or an uncle or somebody.

There was a time, way back before The Great Society, when blacks still had nuclear families.  Sad that it’s not so now.  And it’s also sad that white families aren’t much better off in the sense that white parents are also increasingly afraid of their kids nowadays instead of, as Rev. Peterson advises, exercising their God ordained parental responsibilities toward them.

 


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Retarded Tests - YouTube
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This is one of the funniest videos I’ve ever seen.  LMAO.


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The Problems With Jeggings Continue - YouTube
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Believe it or not, “College Humor” is a real company.  I’ll bet it’s a fun place to work.


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Obama hatches plan to explode welfare
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Not to belabor the obvious but this cannot continue much longer before the entire system breaks.  When it does collapse, it won’t be pretty b/c the government will have to ‘stamp out’ the monstor they’ve created.  

In doing so, they will have to exercise the unconstitutional power they’ve already abrogated to themselves and if they get away with it (which there’s a chance they might) that will de-facto legitimize the new status-quo of ‘we the people’ relative to the government.

I think it will be a weird social structure that nobody can really predict what it will look like.


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Lesson from Ferguson: When chaos comes, don’t wait on cops
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According to this article, Missouri is very liberal in their gun laws but it sounds like it worked out in the favor of these business owners whose shops weren’t even touched.

I would think that would be a very interesting news story but isn’t it strange that the major media hasn’t mentioned that fact?


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Top MLM Earners | They’re all Hypocrites
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Top MLM Earners? Here’s who they are and why I believe they’re hypocrites. http://www.entrepreneursuccessonline.com/mlm-secrets-opt-in/?s1=MLM-Earners&ad=yt

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I could be wrong…but I don’t think I am.  This fellow is obviously very sharp and experienced and he has learned his craft very well.  He’s actually correct in 95% of what he says.  The only problem is that there’s a difference between “some” of the truth and ‘the whole truth’.

What he’s not telling you is that the MLM he’s part of is (I suspect) The Empower Network.  TEN has made  many people a LOT of money but….those were the people who were willing to spend a lot more that $25 or $30 a month.  And TEN has had more than its share of controversy too.

I don’t doubt for a minute that his ‘system’ that he sells does everything he says it’ll do.  I know those things are necessary because I know something about internet marketing myself and the steps/tools he talks about here are the exact same things that big ‘list builders’ in internet marketing use to make BIG money….if they persevere.

What he’s NOT telling you here is that the initial $30 he talks about has 2 or 3 further levels of upgrades(i.e. the REST of the truth) and you can BET that if you hang around long enough to get excited, you WILL want those other levels.

Should you care, i.e. as long as it works for you?  

That’s your decision.  Frankly, I would say that you could probably learn a lot from him and/or TEN but you better be ready to spend some more money, work very hard, and be comfortable selling at least a little bit of ‘blue sky’.


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What Everyone Needs To Know About MLM | TimothyTiah.com
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I always thought that given how MLM has been around for so long people would know better but from the comments above it’s obvious that’s not the case. People still are getting into it with the wrong expectations.

wanderingsalsero's insight:

This is interesting because it’s a case of somebody being angry.  First of all, it sounds like they’re perhaps in China or some China continuous area.  And the fact is that the Asian countries and the consumers therein in really don’t have the background to evaluate MLM ‘offers’ properly.  

That’s partly why Avon got into problems in China….as also did (I believe) USANA, and NuSkin…. i.e. some distributors got carried away and simply said some things they shouldn’t have said.  

In general, I think the reputable companies (like FGXpress, MonaVie, Vemma, Sunrider, Organo Gold, Legal Shield, Primerica, Mommys Club (it’s got a new name now but I forget what it is), Synergy, and several others give the average person a lot better ‘shot’ at success than the average company does that will let them work 40 years of their life for a worthless fake gold watch to retire on 50% of what they couldn’t live decently on in the first place.

Where people make their big mistake in MLM is to put all their eggs in one basket too early.  The time to have a P/T MLM job is when you DON’T need it.  Most people in the US know better how to evaluate an MLM opportunity nowadays but it’s unfortunate that people in many other countries don’t AND there isn’t yet any well-informed regulatory bodies in most of those countries to establish a reasonable set of guidelines within which these companies work.


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