A few nice blog for money images I found:
The Endless Rows of Arlington Cemetery
Image by Stuck in Customs
Daily Photo – The Endless Rows of Arlington Cemetery
Not too far from the capitol in DC is the sprawling expanse of Arlington Cemetery. It is a very somber place… It was just my son and I, walking around for quite a while together. I think it all made an impression on him.
We stayed so long into the evening — we were the last ones there! Except for the security guards, who walked with us as we were leaving, since they locked up behind us. It was nice, however — they took their time and let me set up for a few final shots with the tripod as the light was falling behind the storm clouds.
Thanks John P!
John P from One Man’s Blog recommended that I go try to get some proper shots of Arlington Cemetery… so, you have him to thank for these photos. Thank him by visiting his blog… he’s got a whole potpourri of goodies on there; I’m sure you’ll find something you like!
Speaking of John P – he’s putting together a mega-blogging conference in Dallas called Open Camp. I recommend it! Whether you have a small blog or a big blog… for fun or for money… I think you will learn a lot, meet interesting people, and have a good time!
I’ve gotten some questions – wondering if I am going too. I do not know yet! My schedule is up in the air… But I do have it penciled in and would like to make it happen.
from Trey Ratcliff at www.stuckincustoms.com
Jokes For Votes
Image by DawnOne
Jokes For Votes
Palin on SNL, McCain trips up
"Sarah Palin’s Alaska." is to be aired on "VERGE- Planet Green’s all-new primetime programming destination"
WRITE DISCOVERY CHANNEL AN EMAIL about it!
For example, I wrote-
You seriously intend giving Sarah Palin money to host a show on VERGE- Planet Green? So she can further her plan to influence American public opinion with her inane but ultimately dangerous views on ecology?
Please… reconsider airing "Sarah Palin’s Alaska." Be assured I WILL NOT WATCH IT, and will urge all my friends to do likewise. I will also be less likely to turn on your channel in the future if this is the kind of programming you intend to pursue in your new line-up.
3 contacts to Send to directly -
Contact 1- Chris Finnegan
Contact 2- Discovery’s Investor Relations department, please call (212) 548-5882 or toll-free (877) 324-5850, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact 3- Peter Liguori Chief Operating Officer
WHO IS (big surprise…) Peter Liguori was previously FOX network senior vice president, marketing
AND SAID THIS!
The eight-episode travelogue will “reveal Alaska’s powerful beauty as it has never been filmed, and as told by one of the state’s proudest daughters,” Peter Liguori, Discovery’s chief operating officer, said in a statement.
Peter Liguori Chief Operating Officer Discovery Communications
Peter Liguori is a key member of Discovery Communications’ senior executive team, providing leadership and vision for the company’s operational organizations, including Marketing, Discovery Studios, Corporate Communications and Corporate Affairs, Business Affairs, and Media Technology, Production and Operations, as well as playing a key role in corporate budget and business decisions.
In addition to his operational role, Liguori chairs Discovery’s Content Committee comprised of U.S. Networks general managers with a focus on maximizing the value of the company’s marketing resources, network portfolio and overall corporate assets.
Liguori joined Fox / Liberty Networks in 1996 as senior vice president, marketing, for a new joint venture, which now includes Fox Sports Net, FX, Fox Sports World, SPEED and National Geographic Channel. Prior to joining Fox, Liguori was vice president, consumer marketing, at HBO. Prior to HBO, he worked in advertising at Ogilvy & Mather and Saatchi & Saatchi. He is a graduate cum laude of Yale University.
Money Grab 2
Image by Steve Wampler Photography
Quite a few people have used the original version of this image on their (non-commercial!) web sites (e.g. here). One of them blurred the bills in the background. I liked that, so I reworked the image a bit.
As per the Creative Common’s copyright (Attribution, Noncommercial), feel free to use the image for non-commercial purposes (e.g. on a personal blog that does NOT contain advertisements) as long as you attribute it to me preferably be linking back to this image.
Contact me at email@example.com if you’d like to use it for anything commercial and we’ll work out a licensing fee.