Newbie Cash Machine

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Making money online is a dream to which we all aspire to but sadly fall short of making any meaningful progress as a result of ignorance. It is possible that we can make a decent amount of money from the various online sites, provided we have the knowledge of what to do and more importantly, what not to do. For example, take the online lotteries; investing our hard earned money in any one of those is not a sure-fire gaurentee that we are going to end up with millions overnight. The chances of us winning any one of those online lotteries are pretty much the same as getting hit by lightning thrice within the space of a few hours. Sure there are quite a few sites promising us the heaven, the earth and everything else between. The key is to know how to make out the spurious sites and sort out the real ones from the rubbish. Real online opportunities do not depend on chance and require a certain amount of work on our part to carry it out to the end. There is no such thing as a free lunch, a saying that we should take to heart if we are serious about making money online. The Newbie Cash Machine, an e-book by Ewen Chia, an internet marketer of repute, provides us with all the necessary details that we need if we are to avoid some of the online pitfalls.

The e-book Newbie Cash Machine, by Ewen Chia is more of an online guide, written for the newbies out there with stars in their eyes. It is really not that difficult to get sidetracked by the thousands of sites, offering the impossible. These so called ‘money maker’ sites ask us to deposit our money for a return of 300% on a daily basis [an impossible target] and even require us to enter our bank details. These kinds of sites are naturally called as the HYIP, a scam if there is ever one and one that is to be avoided at all costs. The alleged target provided cannot be met and the survival of such a site depends on the other beginners falling for the same line, high interest rates. This should naturally be avoided by one and all as it would only lead to us getting scammed. It is apparent why a book such as the Newbie Cash Machine is essential if we are to avoid committing these mistakes.

The e-book Newbie Cash Machine has been written in an ‘easy to understand’ format one that no beginner would have difficulty in understanding it. From providing tips on what we can do to increase our online prospects to sorting out the real deal from the fake ones, Ewen Chia manages to provide us with valuable information. The content is based on the authors 10 years experience as an internet marketer and is 141 pages long.

As the anniversary of September 11 approaches, we find ourselves once
again drudging up compassion and patriotism, ready to light candles
and join hands with strangers for the sake of peace and unity.
Countless memorials across our nation will host thousands of tears
praying, begging for a better world where planes are not flown into
our mothers, brothers, and friends. Just as the weeks that followed
September 11, 2001, Americans will stand together, united in our hope
for love and kindness for all mankind.

Everyone I know wants to do something grand, wants to hold hands and
give hugs, maybe take dinner to an elderly woman. We’ll turn our
headlights on that day and hang our flags at half-mast. We will honk
at the painted man holding his flag high on the highway overpass.

However, as great as it is to have this unity back in our hearts, I
can’t help but feel disgusted that in the last half of the year,
everyone forgot that little feeling of togetherness that carried our
nation through those first few months of recovery. After the debris
was cleared away from Ground Zero, after all survivors’ wounds were
dressed, and all television programming was back to normal, it seems
as if Americans also returned to our old ways.

It didn’t take long for some of us to attempt to fraud the various
charities setup for the families and victims of 9-11. In fact, some
news reports tell of husbands killing their wives, passing off teary-
eyed stories about how their soul mates were killed at the World
Trade Center – lies that are true for many of our neighbors. This
less than a year after we all held hands and cried together.
Television news brings you reports of parents having sex with their 3-
year-old child over a webcam, all for the pleasure of their fellow
abusive parents. There’s fighting everywhere.

We must not only remember that 9-11 happened, but that all of these
other things have happened since. Have we already forgotten how ugly
the world can be that we’re back to hurting each other again?
Americans are disconnected from one another. We’re back to hating, to
slamming doors in each other’s faces, tramping on flowers to save
three seconds around the garden. Again, a fellow American isn’t much
more than an inconvenience, a traffic jam, or a lazy slob taking up
air on the Eastside of town.

As we light candles in memory of those lost on September 11, 2001, we
should light the sun to remember how we felt about each other during
those weeks that followed the attacks. With that much love for human
life circulating on a more permanent basis, America is sure to change
for the better. While we remember what was lost, we must take the
time to remember what remains: walking past you on the street with a
bag full of groceries, the children jump-roping in a parking lot, the
elderly man that takes up smoking because he’s tired of being alone.
There are so many people in our country who are still alive and in
need of our love and compassion.

We will mourn again for those lost on September 11, 2001. But how
long will our change-of-heart last this time? What about next year?
We must be careful not to let it slip away again. If we don’t take
the time to pay some positive attention to those that are still
around, September 11 will happen again; perhaps this time from
within.

Get up, America, and remember everything that happens. Sure, it’s
easy to turn the page and flip the channel, butFree Articles, then the channel is
the only thing that changes.

English 7 Quarter 1 Module 1 Analogy/English Bytes with Sir Ibon

This video explains in details the first lesson in Distance Modular Learning in English 7 Quarter 1 Module 1 for the school year 2020-2021. This video intends to help parents assist their grade 7 students in Distance Modular Learning.
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