Monday, April 18th, 2016

I WANT TO SHARE SOMETHING SPECIAL WITH YOU

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I LOVE INTERNET MARKETING…

Thousands of Internet Marketing people know me by name and reputation and I love them all.   Mostly I love I M it’s the one marketing discipline where all share knowledge helping one another to make money online as a livelihood and/or a hobby that pays off.

To me, the best part has always been the sharing.  Through it  I have been enriched with great friends, fellow associates,  pals  and several fabulous partners   :)

Today I want to continue sharing with you all.  I have had three major things happen to me in my lifetime that I want to pass along to you.

First – I’ve opened a Bargain Shopping  Blog Site.

Basically, I am sharing with everyone how to save money with their everyday  shopping. My tag line is

“Never Pay Retail again”

Then I tell people, there is nothing in the world (for sale) that I can’t show them how to buy at a great discount.

A Bold statement – and a bit unbelievable –

A BIT???

YUP!  But I really can.. stop by my site and I’ll tell you all about it..   :)

So here is my first gift for you

A Free piece of Software

and a whole list of great  FREE STUFF  — good stuff –  not half a fun size candy bar  hehehe – but real things..

Also FREE games;  and  FREE apps (the kind they sell).

Along with  FREE Coupons;  and promo codes;  and all sorts of Geeky things that all you I M’ers will love.

 

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http://BargainLoversBlog.com

Your Marketing Pal,

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Second thing I want to share with you…has been a passion for me all my life..

                        Figure Skating

I was a champion figure skater in my younger days and then taught it as an accredited course at two different Universities,  also coaching other competitors to championships.

This year an incredible young Japanese man,

Yuzeru Handu,   just 20,  when he won two major Championships that shook the skating world..  Nothing too unusual  in that – as he was the Olympic Champion in 2014.

BUT  what caused fabulous excitement and gasps  and standing ovations was that he skated a perfect program and got the  highest marks EVER recorded in skating.

An extremely difficult program that was skated to perfection.   The sheer power and technical prowess was only out done by the magic of the artistic part of the program.

It’s an emotional experience that everyone should see and experience.   So here is my gift to you..  Don’t just watch it once.. Enjoy!

Be sure to let it run to the end –and see and hear the reactions.

 

AND MY THIRD THING;

Along with skating,  most skaters became great Classical music enthusiasts.  I wish I could share this with you.

Serge Rachmaninoff – great Russian composer and known as the greatest pianist of all times,  wrote a piano concerto that is still known to this day as the most  impossibly difficult  concerto to play (he wrote it for himself).  He died in 1943,  but  a recording of him playing the concerto has been re-mastered and put on the market.   I’m not sure its online any where,  except perhaps in short excerpts.

It was a deep emotional experience to hear the composer himself playing the most difficult piece ever written.  I am sorry I can’t give you a recording.  But you can share my love of classical music with my gift to you of classical music playing 24/7/365 and its all free..

http://www.king.org/index.php

This is a radio station here in the Seattle area and they stream music  – anywhere in the world

Just tune in and have a great look around.. and then choose  “listen”  then take your pick of non-commercial  music your style.  We here within listening distance of the radio, even choose the beauty of it online that streaming gets..  happy listening..  my FREEBIE to you.   :)

Well – alright so you may not like classical music – it’s still better than half a fun sized candy bar…  :)

 

 

 

 

 

 

PS…  your comments are welcome.

 

 

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