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Earning $1 Million Online

As you probably know, I've been blogging since 2001 here at SunFyre. SunFyre has always been my test blog. I enjoy writing, but they also use this blog to test out new marketing approaches. After seven years, I'm going for the big time. I have created a new blog called Jason's Million.My theory is that I can earn $1 million online by giving away secrets of earning money online. Over the past 11 years I've generated over $2 million in sales online, most of that since 2001 when I started this blog. Here's how you can help. Visit the blog at . If you see an interesting ad, click on it. Sign up for the newsletter. If you have a website, link to the blog. If you have friends, and we know that's a big if, ask them to visit the blog. If you are on Facebook, MySpace, Digg, Technorati, Reddit, or any other social bookmarking or social networking site, post a link to the blog. Post your comments on the blog. Follow its instructions

Snow Day Comics

My kids have a snow day today. They have been fighting all day and driving me crazy,and it's only 10:20 a.m. Here are a few comics about snow. They aren't hysterical, but they may make you smile just enough to prevent you from beating your children. (I'll settle for little victories today.)

Rejected Valentine's Day Cards

When you're trying to find that perfect card for that special someone, Valentine's Day is the perfect time to express your true feelings. Unfortunately, what if your true feelings aren't all that romantically inclined? Here are some Valentine's Day cards that didn't make the cut, but maybe we wish they would have.

SunFyre's Travel Guide to the Solar System

Many of us have a wish list of places we'd like to visit. Maybe you want to see kangaroos in Australia, the Eiffel Tower, Easter Island or maybe you want to go to Warrensburg, New York, home of the world's largest garage sale . However, if you're interested in longer distance travel, perhaps throughout the solar system , it's important to get the facts before you leave. You don't want to simply hop on a space shuttle and say "take me where you're going" because you may not like your destination. Here's my list of where you should go in the solar system to get the most out of your travel dollar! If you're morbidly obese try Mercury or Mars where your 300 pound butt cheeks will only weigh 124 pounds. If you just want to get in your skinny jeans again visit Uranus where your 150 pound frame will be down to 129 pounds. (Please hold your jokes having to do with tight jeans on Uranus, that's so sixth grade.) If you just want to impress th

Singing in My Sleep

Ever since last Sunday I have had Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers in my head. I've always liked Tom Petty, and really enjoyed his Super Bowl concert. I thought it was the best Super Bowl halftime show since Janet Jackson and her left breast appeared. But now, Running down a Dream or one of the other songs has been cruising my brain for about three days. This morning my wife asked me "When you turned over last night in bed, were you singing?" "No." "Actually, you were." She explained, "I just didn't know if you were aware of it." Apparently about four o'clock this morning I rolled over and woke up Kristie in the process. As I was going back to sleep, she said I was mumbling and singing to myself. It was very quiet and she couldn't make out the song, but she said it was definitely singing. I talk in my sleep frequently, but this was a first. I don't remember singing, or even dreaming, but I suspect Tom Petty was the

Groundhog Predicts The End of Global Warming

It's official, there is six more weeks of winter to be had, according to the official groundhog of Groundhog Day , Punxsutawney Phil. He came out of his house to see his shadow. You can visit the official Groundhog Day website and read his full prediction. "As I look around me, a bright sky I see, and a shadow beside me. Six more weeks of winter it will be!" Last year the groundhog predicted an early end to winter. Does that mean that we've returned to normalcy, therefore global warming is no longer an issue? Probably not. Punxsutawney Pennsylvania is located near Pittsburgh in the southwest corner of Pennsylvania. Ironically, this is one of the areas that will be first affected by global warming. Generally Pennsylvania has mild winters with a handful of significant snows each year. Every two or three years we will have a blizzard where we receive in excess of a foot of snow. The last time we received a significant snowfall was when my children were les