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Cool Website – http://us.akinator.com/

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This freaked me out. You have to think of a character and then answer the questions. The genie will try to figure out your character. So far it has been right. I decided to pick something really hard and after 3 guesses it said it was defeated. Victory was mine!! :) It’s pretty fun to play though.Try it out.

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    Cool Website – Taaz.com

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    If you’re looking for a makeover site, Taaz.com is great. If you’ve never heard of this site, you can upload your picture (making sure you are faced forward with your hair back) and try on different hairstyles and makeup looks. If you don’t want to use your own picture, you can pick from a sample of models that might resemble you or your complexion. Want to see what you would look like with shorter hair? Highlights? A new haircut or that new shade of lipstick? Definitely try this site out. I tried it out and it’s pretty interesting.

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    Cool Website – Wishuponahero.com

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    For those that like giving back and helping others, check out this site. It’s sad to see the things people are going through. I’ve been through rough patches so I know how much someone helping you can be great.

    Cool Site – lawguru.com

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    Lawguru.com. I have used this site quite a few times. You can search past answers as well as have a lawyer respond to your particular situation. You get a quicker response if you pay but I just take the cheap route and wait.

    Cool Website: Uship.com

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    For those that have already heard of this site disregard this post. I personally never knew anything about it but think www.uship.com is a pretty useful site. You can create a post and allow others to bid for your business and save you over 60%  on your shipping costs. I think that’s a pretty good deal. Shipping services Ebay. Check it out if you’re looking for a cheaper way to move your belongings.

    *I have personally never used this  site but I’ve heard about some who have. Like with anything, use your discretion.*

    McDonald’s Monopoly Game Rare Pieces

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    McDonald’s Monopoly Rare Game Pieces

    I have one of each piece (except the rare ones), but I found the cheapest way to get the most peieces is to buy the hash browns. You get two hash browns for $1.00 and two stickers are on each hash brown so you get four stickers for $1.00.  I personally believe the big prizes are on the larger items like Chicken Nuggets and the Angus burgers but that’s just my opinion.

    Tips – Debit Visa/Mastercard

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    If you still want to have the convenience of having a credit card, get a prepaid debit card. I have a bank debit card that I use for everyday purchases, but for items online, like subscriptions, I use a prepaid debit card. The card in particular I use is Greendot. You can go to www.greendotonline.com to check it out. Now you may ask why even get this at all if I have a debit card? Let me explain: Have you ever wanted to buy something or join a site online and they ask for credit card for validation? Have you tried to sign up for something and they allow you a free trial but need a valid card to charge after the fact? They charge your card $1 to verify that the card is legit. I decided to get one of these reloadable cards after I canceled with a few companies before my trial period was up and the rat bastards still charged my card after the fact. I got tired of opening disputes with my bank about unauthorized charges and/or getting a new card altogether. I just load the amount I know I’m going to spend for an item on the card. If the funds are depleted then no one can charge anything on it. You can also log in and track who has been charging your card and you can see the approved or declined status as well. Eventually these scumbags realize they can’t keep charging my card and eventually stop trying to send fraudulent charges through. I mainly use it for online purchases. You buy the reload Moneypak card at the store ($4.99 activation fee and a minimum of $20 on the card) and go online to activate it. It’s pretty easy and it has prevented a lot of hassles for me. The only con for me is they charge you a $5 fee each month to maintain your account if you don’t get direct deposit sent to card. I guess nothing can be perfect. Does anyone else use this card?