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The First Day of My Freedom


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Thursday morning was my First day of my freedom. I were planning to fire my boss for some time ago but it seems he do not coordinate with me as he suppose to do it, meaning, he fire me ahead of my schedule. Yes, I am now another guy for the unemployment statistics in the world due to the recession.

This could be the end of the world or the beginning of a brave new world, all depends if I can raise enough income before I run out of money. I am not searching for a Job too hard, since I really want to stay like I am now but with a regular income.

Actually when my boss were telling me about my layoff I were trying not to smile too much, I had a crossover of feelings, feeling relieved from that place and at the same time thinking "Now  What", what I suppose to do. I have a toddler son pre-diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome and a credit card debt of $9000 us dlls (use to be $17,000 but I were able to paid $4000 and at the very moment when they fire me, they make me pay another $5000, money taken from my layoff compensation, cool guys dont you think), so after thinking on this I still think this could be the best thing that could ever happen to me.

Now I have a lot of time to spend with my son and wife PLUS lots of time to invest on my online biz. Now I can interact with you a lot better, and maybe able to write more often and build some MFA sites to make money online.

The only I need now it is suggestions on how to make money online FAST, since the money from the layoff just gives me some 8 months and after that I will be in real deep sh"#%@ (excuse moi for my french). Right now I am cool enough, but this is because I still have lots of money, I even have a lot more money than I use to have, the problem is that this is my salary for 8 months and that´s it.

The bright side of this is my money thinking mind it is quite sharp, I guess it is the adrenaline, knowing that this situation can be disgusting, but I know this will be the best opportunity I will ever had. Now it is the time to invest and work harder than ever and make this online business to payoff.

I will be putting some deals like products for very few bucks and also I will need to be doing a lot of work in affiliate marketing and write my first ebook. Lots of work but lots of time too. It feels great to have this Freedom, even if I still have not the income to survive, but I know I will soon.

Other task I will be doing is a lot of article submissions to increase my backlinks and traffic as well as forum interactions and been more active in social sites like Twitter.

BTW, I haven´t had the time to announce that I have a poll in the rightside widget bar, you only need to scroll down a little, hope you don´t get to tire after the scrolling. Its about a comment I had about my helmet cursor that I put it before the superbowl since the Steeler won and I am a truly die hard Steeler fan, well I just forgot and actually were kinda feeling bad to remove it since its the helmet of the 6 time Superbowl Champions, but my true intention was to remove it right after the Superbowl some 2 months ago. But now I guess it is time and since I dont want to remove it because it feels like I am a traitor to my team, so I will let you choose by voting, If the majority vote for removal, then I will do it, knowing that I did not did it myself, I just will be Following your Orders, therefore it would be your fault and not mine.

This way I will not feel bad for the removal, call me insane, romantic (so to speak) or whatever you want to call me, I don´t care cuz I know it will probably be all true, so why fighting against the truth, Ha!, So please do me a favor and vote, this is election time for you. This poll will ends in April 13th, so please vote. Thanks in advance to all of my voters.

Just some clarification, "Yes" and "Do It Fast" it´s about the same, but I let you to release your anger against the Helmet. If you only want me to remove it then maybe "Yes" it´s your best option but if you are truly mad about that annoying Helmet cursor then vote "Do it Fast".

To your Success,

Luis Torres

www.marketing-business-review.com

 

 

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Steelers World Champions of SuperBowl XLIII


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2008-2009 Season Goal Acomplished

Here We Go Steelers 2008-2009 Version Fight Song

This is the first rambling in this site, but being a Die Hard Steeler Fan, I just had to say it out loud:

We Are The

Champions

Of The World

The hunger for success has come to an end, we are been fed, Steeler became the NUMBER ONE Team in the whole NFL history with 6 SuperBowl Championships. If you have not seen the SuperBowl at least you need to watch the last winning drive from Steelers it´s a real breath taken drive. Those 2:37 last minutes were the Most Stressful and so damn long Moments of my life. You can see it in the NFL Video Galleries, this link goes directly to the video.

We won 27-23 over the Cardinals (the “We” does not means I am in the payroll of the Steelers, I wish I could be, but I am not, just in case you wonder). Ben Roethlisberger and the Pittsburgh Steelers’ offense ended a Super Bowl of incredible swings with a final-minute touchdown for a historic victory.

Santonio Holmes made an amazing 6-yard catch deep in the right corner of the end zone with 35 seconds remaining Sunday night, lifting the Steelers to a record-setting sixth Super Bowl win, 27-23 over the Arizona Cardinals.

Super Bowl XLIII: Steelers 27, Cardinals 23

A little glimpse to the game itself:

The Steelers (15-4), winning their second Super Bowl in the last four seasons, led 20-7 in the fourth quarter, only to see Kurt Warner and the Cardinals stage a rally to go in front 23-20 with 2:37 remaining.

Warner hit wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald in stride for a 64-yard touchdown with 2:37 left. Already owning a slew of postseason receiving marks this year, Fitzgerald sped down the middle of the field, watching himself outrun the Steelers.

But Fitzgerald could only watch from the sideline as Roethlisberger made it to a 78-yard drive to win Super Bowl XLIII in what resembled Heinz Field South. With waves of twirling Terrible Towels turning Raymond James Stadium into a black-and-gold tableau — Steelers fans supporting their beloved team, the economy be damned — Pittsburgh’s offense rescued the title.

Holmes was selected the game’s MVP.

The incredible swings overshadowed James Harrison’s Super Bowl-record 100-yard interception return for a touchdown to end the first half. That looked like the signature play until the final quarter, when both teams shook off apparent knockout punches to throw haymakers of their own.

Big Ben and Holmes struck the last blow, and when Warner fumbled the ball away in the final seconds, the Cardinals’ dream of winning their first NFL title since 1947 were gone.

The Cardinals (12-8-1), playing in their first Super Bowl ever and first championship game of any kind since 1948, lost their composure after Harrison’s heroics. They had three penalties to keep Pittsburgh’s 79-yard, third-quarter drive going, a 16-play march that ended with Jeff Reed’s 21-yard field goal for a 20-7 lead.

And Arizona couldn’t get Fitzgerald free until very late. But did he get free.

Fitzgerald, who already had set a postseason record for receiving yards and had five touchdowns in the playoffs, was a nonentity until an 87-yard, fourth-quarter drive he capped with a leaping 1-yard touchdown catch over Steelers cornerback Ike Taylor. Fitzgerald made four receptions on that series on which Warner hit all eight passes for all the yards.

And then Fitzgerald struck swiftly for the 64-yard TD catch that put Arizona within minutes of a remarkable victory.

But a victory that didn’t happen because the Steelers are as resilient as they come.

Pittsburgh looked like the offensive juggernaut to open the game, smoothly driving 71 yards in eight plays. But the 72nd yard that would have given the Steelers a touchdown never came.

It seemingly had when Roethlisberger’s short run was ruled a touchdown. However, Arizona coach Ken Whisenhunt challenged, and the score was overturned, leaving Tomlin his first difficult decision.

He took the points, Reed’s 18-yard field goal, the shortest in a Super Bowl since 1976.

After forcing a punt, the Steelers kept the ball the remainder of the first quarter — 11:28 in all, outgaining Arizona 140-13, getting seven first downs to one for the Cardinals. As Warner and the usually potent Cardinals’ offense watched, frustrated, from the sideline, Pittsburgh plowed it in on Gary Russell’s 1-yard touchdown run to make the score 10-0.

When the Cardinals finally got the ball back, they suddenly put the Steelers off-balance with short passes — and one huge play.

Warner had enough time to shine the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year trophy he received just before kickoff, then hit Anquan Boldin streaking from left to right. Boldin was upended at the Pittsburgh 1, and Warner’s lob to Ben Patrick got the Cardinals on the board. It was the tight end’s first touchdown this season.

Arizona’s defense then emulated the Steel Curtain with a big play. Bryan Robinson tipped Roethlisberger’s pass high into the air, and Karlos Dansby corralled it at the Pittsburgh 34. The Cardinals got to the 1, then, perhaps jealous, the Steelers’ D asserted itself — magnificently.

Harrison, the NFL Defensive Player of the Year, stepped in front of Boldin at the goal line, picked off Warner’s throw and began a journey down the right sideline to the longest play in Super Bowl history.

Harrison ran past or through most of the Cardinals, nearly stepped out of bounds at one point, and was dragged down by Fitzgerald as he fell to the goal line. The play was reviewed as several Cardinals knelt on one knee, exhausted from the chase and disheartened by the result.

The previous longest play in Super Bowl history was Desmond Howard’s 99-yard kickoff return for the Green Bay Packers in 1997.

Lets Go for the Seventh SuperBowl Championship Next Season 2009-2010, Why Not? After all we all have 10 fingers, so lots of space for more.

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