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Hit me, robots!
C’mon guys, this is a total SEO goldmine
Yes… i also really like to visit new place, your idea is good.
Hello, Hermes Handbags!
Lovely of you to drop by, and thanks for the compliment! The idea really came from comments like yours, so I couldn’t possibly dream of hogging all the credit.
I really like to visit new place too, but sometimes old place is also good.
Nikspher say: I have removed it a question
@Tozseep – Wasn’t it alex423 who say that?
Nikspher say: I will know, I thank for the information.
@Tozseep – I think HozlEnub is correctly quoting Nikspher here.nn1nn1
I’ve recently started a blog, the information you provide on this site has helped me tremendously. Thank you for all of your time & work.
@CNA – Thanks for the recognition! If I may say so, your work in the health care field is theoretically nothing short of astounding.
great post as usual!
@MarkSpizer – Thanks, I’m really proud of it. Also: yams.com? Really?
The made you do not turn back. That is made, is made.
It is very a pity to me, I can help nothing to you. I think, you will find the correct decision. Do not despair.
Excuse for that I interfere … To me this situation is familiar. It is possible to discuss.
Excellent phrase and it is duly
This topic is simply matchless
@Androidich – was that Beckett? It’s beautiful.
How will we have money to support millions of more people in the future?
Hm, I’d recommend maintaining high — yet stable — interest!nn1
And how about adding some more pics? No offence, page is really great. But according to the scientists visitors acquire information much more effective when there are some helpful images.
Thanks for the suggestion, but I think this post — at least — has reached a pretty good image/text ratio. I mean, I even took a screen capture of my admin panel to give it some real pop.
Interesting point about the scientists, though.
How much money does the Treasury typically print?
@Money Man — During fiscal year 2007, the Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP) produced approximately 38 million notes a day with a face value of approximately $750 million.
Hm, I’d recommend maintaining high — yet stable — interest!
Interesting point, Steve.
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