This video of a cat drinking water from a faucet is just too funny. My tabby drinks by dipping his paws in the bowl and then licking the water off his paws.
A little inside baseball here: Over the years, I’ve tried a large number of advertising networks to help pay for the expenses of this site. The Google Ads have been the most consistent performers, with various Commission Junction affiliate programs I don’t make anything like a full-time income, but then again, I don’t work it like a full time job, either.
My latest effort has been to market ads through my Twitter account. Twittering turns out not to be a lot of work, and the ad network I’ve joined, MagPie, has a lot of potential. The best part is that I don’t have to do anything. Like the Google Ads that magically show up on my blog pages, the Magpie Twitter ads show up on their own as Tweets.
Given the rates they pay out, I think a big-time tweeter, with a couple thousand followers could make some serious money.
If you’ve arrived at this page, chances are you’re looking for something on MichiPundit.com
Unfortunately, that site is no more. I’ve decided to move my platform for pontificating here to my main blog at http://www.golfblogger.com. Some of the old material has moved, much as not. Look around.
I’m taking a step away from serious politics today to share a site that I’ve found: The Tiki Room
I’ve always been kind of a retro guy. When my friends were listening to Led Zeppelin and Fog Hat in high school, I was listening to Frank Sinatra. Bogart was my hero. I wore a white dinner jacket and fedora to the prom. I still think Arnold Palmer is the king.
And ... here’s a frightening confession ... I like Tiki culture.
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