See that urban snapshot above, using multiple exposures to make it look as if cars are whizzing by and everyone in the city is just busy, busy, busy? Well, I should have been moving like that tonight, because I too had a million tasks to do, but I did some nontasks instead.
And that means you have to factor $9.95 per month in with the eBaY listing fees and seller fees, which are conveniently laid out for you in a document that makes the U.S. Code look like a Little Golden Book.
Attention-deficit-disordered persons spent a lot of time trying to figure out how to bridge the gap between where they are now and where they want to be. If it’s a one-step process, they do pretty well. If there are unexpected obstacles or corners they can’t see around, they take a nap or read escapist literature.
My eBaY store has been on autopilot for the last few weeks, as I’ve been engaging in more urgent and more profitable endeavors. Even so, I accomplished quite a bit: I sold about $50 worth of stuff without even trying I got suspended for nonpayment of eBaY fees I’m leaning toward specializing in books, once …
Stan Musial, now 88 years old, is one of the greatest baseball players in history, certainly the greatest to have ever played for the St. Louis Cardinals. Willie Mays, 77, who played most of his career with the New York and San Francisco Giants, may be the greatest all-around baseball player of all time. Nicknamed “the Say-Hey Kid,” he is the godfather of tarnished home-run hero Barry Bonds.
I am thrilled to have lived to see an African American president of the U.S. I am 61 years old. When I was growing up, even in Nebraska segregation was the status quo if not the law. I was a new mom in the late sixties, when Omaha experienced race riots in the stifling heat of two consecutive summers.
Tonya is clearly an enterprising young woman (at least she looks young in her photo) who intends to leave no tern unstoned, as we used to say back in the sixties, though Tonya is focused on marketing and the Flower Children were focused on… um… let me get back to you.
It just seems so odd to me that anyone would offer something for a penny that I always think there’s a catch — maybe fine print somewhere subscribing me to Popular Mechanics for ten years at $8.95 per issue.
…the potential side effects, including suicide and death, are rather alarming….
If you don’t know what Cuddl Duds are, I am delighted to enlighten you. Cuddl Duds are what makes winter bearable. If you’re wearing Cuddl Duds, neck to ankles, you can understand why apparently sane and lucid persons engage in winter sports.