• News

    Staying Connected

    Today I decided to connect my WordPress blog with my Twitter. This is so cool! Not only is it easier to keep all your accounts connected, some may argue that it’s safer by keeping out threats. To see if I have done the connection correctly, I am typing up this quick test.

  • Review

    The Old Heart of San Francisco

    I’ve been to SF a few times. Each of those times spent with friends, family, and food. It’s one of the busiest cities in the world, but also one of the most beautiful. If you’ve never been I would highly suggest visiting sometime. The article below gives a great rundown of old San Francisco.  “In…

  • News

    Ian Leaf, Fraudster Detective, Exposes New Theft Idea

    Pick-pocketing has been done since the stone ages and possibly even before. That doesn’t mean it’s a trick that has been thrown out of the book over the ages. Oh no! In stead, pick-pocketing has gotten smarter as technology has grown and advanced throughout the years. A few years back, Ian Leaf, fraudster detective, discovered…

  • Arturo Alvarez-Demalde Announces New Reviews

    Arturo Alvarez-Demalde Announces New Reviews

    In an exciting mid-day updated Arturo Alvarez-Demalde announced he would be featuring a series of product and service reviews. His biography states as much. Alvarez Demalde says as follows… I want to transcend individual success; I want to create and share success with others. –Arturo Alvarez Demalde This doesn’t mean that Alvarez Demalde doesn’t know…

  • Review, Tips

    Ian Leaf The Two Top Growing Schemes

    Of all the schemes and scams out there, there is one that cons you for doing business online. The counterfeit cashier’s check scheme. This particular scheme makes you the target if you were to use Internet classified advertisements to sell. Most of the time, an individual outside of the USA gets in contact with a marketer. The…

  • Review

    Ian Andrews Tax Laws

    The progressive tax system, which is the system that determines how much you’re taxed by how much money you make at the end of the year, seems to do a fair job in its calculations. That doesn’t mean everything is going to agree with that statement. The more money you make totaled up at the…