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    Default Pavarotti at 71

    Three Tenors are now 2

    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/20607839/

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    I love the ad banner you generated RYou....Luciano Pavarotti ringtones. LOL....I hope you are getting a cut on the action.

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    Hardcore, he should be starting posts about "Enterprise Servers" or "Mesothelioma" if he is trying to make Shane more than $1.00/day.

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    Haha, the article would need to be pretty descriptive, and definitely we do not condone clicking on any links unless they are of value to you as a consumer!!! lol

    Google is pretty good at "knowing what a site is about", so they'll be wrestling ads unless the major content is "ringtones", "hosting", or "personals".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Schlottke View Post
    Hardcore, he should be starting posts about "Enterprise Servers" or "Mesothelioma" if he is trying to make Shane more than $1.00/day.
    please expand. How do to we put bucks in the Jensen pockets ? Which ones are worth the most?

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    Default Re: Pavarotti at 71

    So does Mr. Jensen get paid when the banner appears up top or when someone clicks on the banner ?

    And what is the value to the little laddy ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hardcore View Post
    Jensen was just sighted picking up empty cans along the side of the road.
    Niceeeeeeee...

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    Lots of opera cuts were played on WCLV radio yesterday.

    The charisma of Pavarotti was part of the fuel of the three tenors, whose albums sales have far surpassed anything ever seen in classical music (by an order of magnitude). His inclinations to rub elbows with pop singers (ie-Arethra Franklin) was controversial in Italy among the opera "purists". I say tough to that one. He was a giant by any measure.

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