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Sharon Ager
This gentle lady has slitted blue eyes that are like two sapphires. Her silky, straight, lemon-yellow hair is worn in a style that reminds you of a pair of horns. She is tall and has an hourglass build. Her skin is white. She has bushy eyebrows and large feet. Her wardrobe is attractive, and is mostly green.
This gentle lady has slitted blue eyes that are like two sapphires. Her silky, straight, lemon-yellow hair is worn in a style that reminds you of a pair of horns. She is tall and has an hourglass build. Her skin is white. She has bushy eyebrows and large feet. Her wardrobe is attractive, and is mostly green.
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Great feeds!
Very interesting video from Matt Cutts about Paid directories being help to the same standards as paid links AKA Not that useful to you. More a case of choosing (carefully) which paid directories to use.

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Very inspiring...
Animals have their own ways to teach us Life's lesson. Read this heartbreaking story about a Horse that has become a winner of over 19 races.
The exceptionality of this horse?
He is Blind

ping: +Sarah Hill +M Monica +Mike Downes +Giselle Minoli +Jack C Crawford +Jari Huomo +Mark Traphagen +Chris Lang +Sharing is Caring on G+ +Ramaa Sharma +C. Michael Croston +Rodney Pike +Robert Redl +Eileen McAllister +Christina Lihani +Naomi Black

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A jack of all trades = Earns my share button. =)

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Is that some kind of propaganda?
BREAKING -- WSJ: Video Speed Trap Lurks in New iPad

Some users of Apple’s new iPad are finding a few hours of watching high-speed video can eat up an entire monthly data-plan allotment. The iPad's new high-resolution screen and fast connection are specifically designed to spur greater use of online video—a long-stated goal for phone companies as well as technology purveyors such as Apple and +Google. Telecom companies in particular are banking on mobile video to drum up demand for their new, fourth-generation networks and create new revenue streams as they adjust to the smartphone age.

That means something has to give: Either consumers will have to get used to paying more or wireless carriers will come under pressure to change their pricing models. http://goo.gl/2vcZk
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