• madray

    Thanks for the ideas! :)

  • glimmerish

    OMG. I just watched the video!!! I can’t believe he makes $10,000 a day?! What am I doing wrong? :(

  • vm3z9

    you wonder what he does with all that money

  • David

    What about something for those old school baby boomers :) could find some opportunity in that. As for as e-dating websites, they’re having their fame for the moment, have to find something fresh.

  • rbx6jm7man

    the one about blogging…. is that what kineda is?

  • http://www.kineda.com Terry Ng

    Yup, Kineda is a blog about Men’s Entertainment and Lifestyle. Although the hosting costs are considerably higher since the traffic on this site is quite high compared to your run-of-the-mill blog. :)

  • rbx6jm7man

    so kineda, is like a few extra bucks in the pocket…. smart. really. pretty cool idea for a little pocket money.

  • http://www.erapo.szm.sk Lenka

    all i need now is 100 bucks

  • LY9898

    I wanted to join cha cha and look into becoming a cha cha guide but i need to be invited to do this by a master guide. I have no friends in this area of the country ( i just moved) and my family doesn’t even use a computer, how in the world could i ever find a master guide to help me out. any clues anyone? the cha cha idea and the blog ideas are really worth looking into, for a few extra bucks.

  • AllaN

    Dude, id do thing from my computer if i get paid, cause it would be the WORLDS MOST CONVENIENT JOB, I can totally work on my computer and everything is just there, Shower, food, and if i wanted to excercise, i can, all i need is jsut good organization skills

  • haz

    is good to know you don’t need good qualification to succeed

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