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Tue Sep 13 5:28 pm  #1


City v Portsmouth - PREDICT THE SCORE

1-0 to City. Fryatt, 67min


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Tue Sep 13 5:41 pm  #2


Re: City v Portsmouth - PREDICT THE SCORE

4-2 City, Macca two (hes on fire) Cairney to score a free kick at last and one from someone else


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Tue Sep 13 5:50 pm  #3


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BillyBobBallbag wrote:

4-2 City, Macca two (hes on fire) Cairney to score a free kick at last and one from someone else

Stick a quid on that!


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Wed Oct 9 4:37 pm  #4


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Girl, you always have a great give away so I have to enter each month.Miss sieeng you so often, but will call you later.Thanks for the great give aways you haveLinda

Wed Oct 9 8:12 pm  #5


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hi mate,this review is very old now and i belevie back then they used longer, higher capacity batteries  ..plus battery life will differ from one person to the next depending on how much that person uses it.i have heard quite a few people now say they´╗┐ have had problems when buying the intellicig from a shop   contact the actual website and see if they can help you maybe?cheersscott

Thu Oct 10 10:12 pm  #6


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As Ghada says, you can start with Clickbank.com   there are thousands of <a href="http://diymhg.com">ditagil</a> products to choose from and they send commission checks out twice a month. Other sites you can find other people's products to sell are cj.com and paydotcom.com.You could spend days looking through these sites wondering at all the products like the proverbial cat in a seafood store, but it's best before you check out these sites to have some idea of what you'd like best to sell as your first product. That will be your  niche .Make it something that you know at least a little about, so you can market your affiliate site through articles. OK you can open a Google Adwords account and pay per click, but there's a danger, if you haven't learned a great deal about Adwords, that you'll simply empty your bank account and have nothing to show for it. Or you could outsource articles through elance.com or rentacoder.com, but I would think that if you're starting out and wanting to keep costs down then doing as much work yourself as possible is preferable.That's why I prefer article marketing. Write as many articles of around 500 words as you can and put in your byline a  compelling reason to visit your site. Upload them to  EzineArticles.com or whatever article directory you prefer and make sure there is at least one link to your site in each one, preferably in the byline.Taking it a stage further, if you can afford to get some web hosting (hostgator.com offers hosting of an almost unlimited number of sites for one low monthly fee) then register a relevant domain name   one that has one or two keywords related to your niche in it. Make a home page that has links to your articles (which also upload to your site, with backlinks to your home page) and which contains some useful information that your prospects will appreciate. Invite them to subscribe to your newsletter, which you will have delivered via an auto responder, such as aweber.com.In your newsletter, which you can set up to be delivered at whatever intervals you decide is best, you recommend the affiliate product you have signed up to promote, and put a link to your affiliate site.It's best to have a redirect link via another page on your site inorder to prevent anyone deleting your affiliate ID from the URL and thereby depriving you of your commission.Sorry if this sounds a little complex, but if you go through it atyour own pace and take one step at a time then it's not too difficult. There is a little expenditure involved, but it's not a great deal, and if you cost it up in advance you can quite easily keep to your budget.Best of luck in your internet marketing endeavors.Philip Gegan  Was this answer helpful?

Thu Oct 10 10:27 pm  #7


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hi mate,well yes and no  ..its only harmful when used<a href="http://yjbtotewayr.com"> irbisponserly</a>. if you left a bottle of e-liquid out and a child drank it then yes it certainly would be harmful. but just as you would with bleach, cleaning products, medicine etc you keep it out of the reach of little ones.nicotine is a poison  .but when used responsibly its not dangerous.people wrongly think that its the nicotine in a cigarette that causes the harm  .its not  cheersscott

Fri Oct 11 2:43 am  #8


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my original stmneaett was to educate the person that the nicotine in cigarettes is not what causes lung disease etc etcnicotine is a harmless product PROVIDED it is used in a safe and responsible manner   maybe i should have added that part to my original stmneaettyour argument about 40mg   60mg of nicotine being lethal is true   so i would simply suggest that you dont drink your e-liquid and instead use it in a safe and responsible manner  cheersscott http://beyqxq.com rcflfxlnpmr [link=http://mynrdptph.com]mynrdptph[/link]

Sat Oct 12 6:47 pm  #9


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Are they banning home<a href="http://qlglud.com"> tltbeaop</a> humidifiers/vaporizers as well?  All these are are miniature version of that with maybe some aromatherapy thrown in.  Guess no one wants to lose their slaves paying all those tobacco taxes.  Absolutely disgusting what drug dealers, in this case governments, will resort to to keep their customers.

Sun Oct 13 1:35 am  #10


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unfortunately i have no spare, this was my first ecig, i bought it based on your rvieew. I have also ordered the 701 e-cigar as a gift for my dad, hopefully that will work.I was just gonna ship the whole unit back to outlet tomorrow, are the atomisers prone to breaking so quick?thanks for the responses so far http://xfkvua.com etaqvocfh [link=http://ujgegvmrhte.com]ujgegvmrhte[/link]

Sat Nov 30 1:21 am  #23


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