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raman

interesting. one of my longtime friends john shared something along these lines several weeks back:

http://www.getrichslowly.org/blog/2008/05/05/personal-currencies-new-ways-to-look-at-money/

(and at some point in time, john is someone you should meet). in the interim, his posts/google reader shares are always interesting:

http://fridaynightrunning.com/

Bob G

thanks, Raman, will check it out!

Mustoffa

I was thinking about the pepole who offer cheap boudoir photography earlier while sitting in my accountants office filing taxes. The expenses of a boudoir business are enormous! The pepole offering it cheap must not be paying taxes or don't care about working for nothing, which really doesn't say a lot for their photography if you think about it. Kind-of frustrating for those of us attempting to do it the right way. Boudoir is a LUXURY service there's just no way around it. Newbies should practice on friends until they are confident enough with ALL of the details of the business before they start taking money from strangers. Boudoir gone bad can harm a woman's self-esteem. And when poorly managed only serves to hurt all of us.

Anshu

It's so weird, we've known each other for so many years, both as acquaintances and close freinds and confidantes, and yet the psychology behind your thinking that anyone actually fucking cares about shit like this continues to fascinate me.Reply by Twitter: on February 22nd, 2011 at Tuesday, February 22, 2011 @ 6:45 pm@Faiqa, It gives us all a chance to make fun of him. Isn't that enough?

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