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Starting And Operating Your Internet Business

To start and operate an Internet business you may need to follow these steps:

Choose and Research a Niche Market For A Product or Service

A niche market is one that you may have expertise in from your work, hobby, travel, etc., experience. If you come up with a product that anyone can buy in a grocery store or a hardware store, you are NOT in a niche market. If you know all about the breeding of moles and you write an ebook on the subject, you ARE in a niche market.

A niche market can be targeted. For example, I give a free table away on resolving defects during the manufacturing of ceramics. I know the market world-wide so I can hit it, not that it does me much good, but it does help those who need help with ceramic manufacturing problems.

My table is so good that nobody buys the ebook that I wrote on the subject. That is called "putting yourself out of business," but my friends like the table and I am not going to charge for it because what would I do with the money anyway? Besides, ceramic people are used to getting free information from me. I was a college professor and editor of an international trade magazine plus I write articles on the subject.

Let's hope your niche market will be more profitable.

Choose a Business Plan and Profit Model

An Internet business is a business. It must be run like a business. The Internet marketers that I know have worked very hard to develop their business. Despite that some of them brag that their business is humming along while they are sipping lemonade on the beach, the business does not hum along without their continued hard work. Yes, some things are automated. Some chores they farmed out. But they must know what is going on with the market, their competitors, and their own products.

Your business, no matter how simple and small, should start with a business plan. Simply stated, it is your road map to success. You may want to buy a book on how to write a business plan. I suggest that you contact your local government or bank and tell them you want to start a business and that you would like some help. You WILL get it.

In simple terms, the business plan states what your business is, what your products are, how the products will be created, how and to whom the products will be marketed, how the products will be retired and replaced with new products, the cost of each operation, the risk, the potential profits, and whatever else you think is important to success.

So start with a business plan even if it is just a bunch of pages in a loose leaf binder. The business plan is not static. You need to rewrite it from time to time. In industry, I wrote business plans for five or ten years ahead. The business plan leads to a schedule of task that need to be completed. Start at the top of your list and move on!

Write Sales Copy And Price Your Product

In Internet marketing your are often selling an ebook, a printed book, or product. You must sell the benefits of your product and not the content. For example, you are selling a book on raising pumpkins. You can not sell the fact that your book has 213 pages and has an orange cover. You can sell the fact that you will be able to GROW THE BIGGEST PUMPKINS IN THE WORLD!

To learn to write is not a major requirement in sales copy writing. Being able to tell your story is. Therefore, write your story and have your sister edit it before you put it on your web page. I suggest you read sales pitches on Internet sites to see what others are doing. Notice how they you color, font, graphics, pics, and testimonials to sell their products.

Should you hire a professional to write your copy? Not this early in the game.

To see what your product should sell for, you need to test market. A higher price or a lower price may bring in higher profits.

Ebooks are easy to market. That is why they are so popular. That is why so many of them ore free. You put the book in .pdf form on your server (your word processor will convert it for you—maybe). You set up a PayPal® or other link. When the customer pays, he is taken to your file for copying or downloading. That's it. You look in your ®account and there is the dough. I look in my PayPal® account and find nothing.

Giving away ebooks is a good way to collect name at your web site. To get the ebook a visitor may be required to give his or her first name and email address. Some insist on a telephone number. I never get those ebooks. I hate people calling me during Wheel of Fortune.

Choose and Register a Domain Name, Choose a Web Host, Design Your Site, Accept Orders, Automate Service Chores Using Autoresponders, Etc.

How to perform the above chores is out of the scope of this article but there is some information on my business website. Briefly, your domain name should contain what are called keywords. Note that my business domain contains, "Internet", "Business", "Tool", and "Center."

Hosting can be free or paid. Your ISP may let you put your web page on their server. There are many html editors available to prepare your web pages. However, you can convert a WordPerfect® or Word® document to html and upload it to your server. You will need to FTP your pages to your site. Free programs are available.

Simple codes from PayPal® and other Internet banks will let you accept credit cards and other forms of payment. There are other options here.

You need to collect names of visitors with their email address so that you can hound them later with your autoresponders.

Search Engines, Pay-per-click (PPC), Keywords, Spiders, Search Engine Ratings

You will need to establish your self by listing your web site URl on the major search engines like Google®, Yahoo®, and MSN (which recently changed their name).

Use the meta tags in your html. Make sure your title has key words, that your description really describes your page and also has keywords, and that your meta tag for keywords has only keywords that are included in the information on your site.

Don't repeat your keywords in the meta tags. If you repeat them more than once, the web spiders might blow their web and your site with it.

PPC or Pay-Per-Click is an important way to make money on the Internet but I find it far to complex.
Nothing ever seem to work for me. The competition for keywords is terrific.

The reason I have problems is that I am in several very competitive markets and my competitors are better than I am.

If you picked a true niche market, you will not have this problem. I look for good keywords using WordTracker®. You can try it for free by clicking on the link at my business site.

Obtain Cheap and Free Traffic

There are lots of sites that offer free traffic to your site by sending your ad to websites, opt-in list, directories, etc. I've learned over the years that free or too cheap traffic or even very high priced traffic can be worthless.

It does kill time.

Buying ads on specific newsletters can be profitable. There are many ebooks on the Internet for free that will tell you how to use newsletter advertising.

I've learned over the years that print classified ads bring sales to Internet sites. If you search my article list here at EzineArticles.com you will find the article.

Generate an Opt-in List for Increased Sales, Use a Newsletter, and Use Email Promotion

Email is the preferred way for the gurus to make money. That is why you need to collect names and email addresses. Your autoresponders can continue to sale those on your list or to simply send them your newsletter or ezine. Aweber makes it easy. You can try it free from my business site.

Use Back-end Promotion and Follow-up and Up-sell Offers

You have probably noticed that when you buy a product on the Internet that you are often given another offer that you can't refuge. Well, I usually refuse these offers but I know I will get the offer again if I change my mind. that is calles an up-sell offer.

Some times you will get a follow-up offer by email.

Using up-sell and follow-up offers can make you money.

Use New Strategies To Bring Traffic To Your Site

If you lie down on the job in your Internet business, you will just fade away like an old soldier. You must keep up-to-date on what is going one. You've got to be smart about your business. That is why some of those uneducated, former vagrants are now rich. They are smart about their business.

I could be so lucky!

The End
copyright©J2007 John T. Jones, Ph.D. (Taylor Jones the Hack Writer)




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More info: http://www.InternetBusinessToolCenter.com

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วันจันทร์ที่ 15 กุมภาพันธ์ พ.ศ. 2553

Children's Eye Exams

My son, let's call him Alex, was starting to read and recognize letters, so I asked him to tell me the letters in the headline of the newspaper. He looked at them and identified them in English and then French. Then I said, "Cover one eye and tell me the letters." Again he told me all the letters.

I asked him to cover the other eye. "But mom," he said, "If I do that I won't be able to see." I was flabbergasted. That's how we found out our son had difficulty seeing.

We immediately made an appointment with an Optometrist and then with a child Ophthalmologist to identify what was going on. We had not anticipated any difficulties with his sight and happened to stumble across a significant discovery while playing a game one afternoon. We detected, by chance, that Alexr had trouble with his vision. Our son, a healthy, vibrant 51/2-year-old boy, loving to read and take part in sports, is amblyopic.

Amblyopia, or Lazy Eye, is where the vision in one eye is weaker than the other. I found it comforting to know that according to the Canadian Association of Optometrists fact sheet, "Facts about Children and Vision"; my son was one of the three per cent of children to have "Lazy Eye".

The Ophthalmologist was positive that early treatment would help rectify the situation. Early treatment is required and if left untreated the child's brain will develop a clear picture with the good eye, which means the weak eye, won't function well. The child's brain will then ignore the weak eye and use the stronger eye in attempt to see and therefore never develop vision in their weak eye.

Alex's left, weaker, eye was stuck in the early stages of development. His brain filled in the blanks. And we, as active involved parents, did not even have an inkling of what was happening. He now wears glasses to stimulate development.

We now know that the Canadian Association of Optometrists (CAO) recommends an eye examination for children before their third birthday and again each year while in school. This is to detect common, treatable problems such as strabismus (crossed-eyes), amblyopia (lazy eye) or the need for glasses.

Had we known what to look for we may have caught it sooner. In hindsight, I remember him turning his head to read or look at a book. Now I know that he was using his 'good' eye to see. He did not display any of the other common symptoms such as; rubbing his eyes, avoiding close work such as reading or colouring, complaining of headaches or avoiding sports.

The Ontario Association of Optometrists identifies that 1 in 5 children have a vision problem. Detecting vision troubles is not as difficult as it sounds. Prepare yourself to observe your child and find out if s/he is seeing properly.

Now, a word of advice, get your child's eyes checked before they start school. We did not get our son's eyes checked until he was 5 ½ and we only got them checked because, by accident, we found a problem.

Vision Test for Children

The vision test for children is similar yet different than the adult test. For a young child, an optometrist won't go through all the usual tests and questions of an eye exam. Children are not required to read or recognize alphabet eye charts. Pediatric ophthalmologists have special eye charts with ducks, hands, cars and motorboats. Eye exams can even be performed if your child isn't talking yet.

The Canadian Association of Optometrists (CAO) recommends that a thorough eye examination should include:

• A review of your child's health and vision history.

• Tests for nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, color perception, lazy eye, crossed-eyes, eye coordination, depth perception and focusing ability.

• An eye health examination.




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วันอาทิตย์ที่ 14 กุมภาพันธ์ พ.ศ. 2553

Hybrid Gadgets Make Great New Devices

George Carlin once said that if you nail two items together that have never been nailed together before, someone will buy it from you. Or at least he said something to that effect, and that's definitely the case with a lot of consumer electronic gadgets these days.

Fortunately though, the research and development departments of most electronics manufacturers don't function quite so haphazardly though. Most of the time, the gadgets that are combined together these ways are thoroughly thought out, practical, and definitely functional. One example of this type of gadget is a new type of TV made by Hitachi that has a digital video recorder built in. This is such a great idea, that the only problem with it is that it hasn't been thought of before. Basically these devices which use either Plasma screen displays or LCD screens come built into units along with two hundred and fifty gigabyte hard drives which can store dozens of hours of video recorded directly off of the TV signal. It's also possible to add removable hard drives with either eighty or one hundred and sixty gigabyte capacities.

One interesting thing to note is the fact that the hard drives, both internal and external, are proprietary hardware made by Hitachi, and as such, they come with anti piracy software preloaded to prevent illegal copies of recorded programs from being made. While this is a noble thing for Hitachi to include, we can imagine that it will only be a matter of time before some people create a hack to get around the anti piracy software and go ahead and make illegal copies of video anyway.

One thing about these new TV/DVR's from Hitachi that consumers will like though is that it makes getting digital video recording capability cheaper. After all, even though these gadgets are likely to be more expensive than either an HDTV set or a digital video recorder alone, they'll undoubtedly be cheaper than buying the two separate devices at the same time.

Along the same lines, consumers will also appreciate the fact that buying a Digital Video Recorder that's built into the HDTV set, will decrease the amount of clutter in their home entertainment centers by one device. After all, the number of set top boxes that people have in their home entertainment centers is getting to be a serious annoyance for them- as well as a serious source of "spaghetti" when it comes to all of the cables needed for all of those devices.Of course, the idea of combining HDTV sets with digital video recorders is just one of the many combinations of home entertainment center components that you can get in order to minimize clutter. For example, many TV service providers offer receivers with DVR's built in. It's also possible to get TV sets with DVD players and or VCR's built in. There are also combination DVD players and VCR's.

If you really want to consolidate your home entertainment center devices, you should consider a media center computer. These devices combine your home computer system with a DVR, a DVD player (and often the ability to burn recorded video onto DVD's), your receiver, and many systems will also serve as video gaming platforms as well.

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วันเสาร์ที่ 13 กุมภาพันธ์ พ.ศ. 2553

UFO: Snake River Man

I was fishing one of the ponds above the banks of the Snake River yesterday morning. The wind was cold and kept throwing my fishing line right back into my face.

I persisted.

A friend of mine from Avon, Idaho told me about a huge trout he had caught and turned back. He is a catch-and-release fisherman. I am a catch-and-eat fisherman. I intended to get that very trout.

Well, the wind won the battle so I decided to pull out my binoculars and watch the pelicans fishing out in the river and other pelicans souring overhead catching the wind currents and having a big time.

Wouldn’t it be great to be a pelican in your next life spending your days fishing and flying?

I found a big rock to sit on and that is when I heard something crash in the brush upriver. I searched the shoreline and sure enough there was a great creature thrashing through the brush. I tough to myself, That is one big black bear!

Then I realized that the critter was standing on his hind legs for too long a time for a black bear. I thought, That is just Big Harry the Hermit. He came down from his cave to get a drink of water.

I turned my binoculars to Big Harry’s cave and there was Big Harry perched on his favorite rock squinting in the morning sun. It looked to me that he was watching the black bear too–or whatever it was.

The wind shifted and a horrific odor almost suffocated me. I said out loud, “Boy that critter stinks.” I looked up at Big Harry and he was holding his nose. I thought that a good idea and did the same.

The stink made me think of one thing, Big Foot. I decided that I was just hallucinating and decided to go home and take a nap. But then I heard a whistle and Big Harry was waving for me to come up to his cave.

I climbed until I reached him, leaving my fishing gear below.

By the time I got there I was huffing and puffing.

Big Harry said, “What the heck are you doing, Taylor Jones the hack writer, climbing up here like that? You’ve got a lot of faith in that pig valve in your chest.”

I said, “You waved me up, didn’t you?”

Big Harry said, “No! I was waving you to get out of here. Snake River Man is in a nasty mood this morning. He could have attacked you.”

I said, “Why would he do that and who in the heck is he anyway?”

Big Harry said, “When you were casting into the wind, you caught him in the ear. He pulled out your fly and went tramping off through the brush–but he could have turned on you.”

I said, “I didn’t catch anyone by the ear. I would have felt it.”

Big Harry said, “You thought you were just in the brush. But you caught Snake River Man. Why did you think you got the fly out of the brush so easily?”

That’s when I remembered that I had got caught in the brush. I hardly looked up because a quick jerk had freed the fly and I was back fishing in a second. I said, “Well, who is he?”

Big Harry said, “I just told you that he is Snake River Man. Everybody calls him that.”

I said, “Big Harry, I’ve never heard of that critter and I don’t know anyone that has ever seen him before–at least not anyone who mentioned it.

"He must be that guy who disappeared a couple of years ago. They thought he drowned but they never found his body.

"His wife said that he was nuts.

"He must have killed a black bear and is wearing its hide.”

Big Harry said, “That’s why I hate writers.”

I said, “What’s why you hate writers?”

Big Harry said, “You are always drawing conclusions from false assumptions. You think that everything has a simple explanation.”

I said, “Big Harry, if you were not always giving me BS, I would know now who that critter is and how he got here. You never take your eyes of that blasted river. Who is he then?”

Big Harry said, “Well, it’s my brother-in-law. I gave him that bear skin.

"My sister drove him to drink and he joined me here last month.

"I told him to find his own cave and to stay away from me, especially after he had the runin with a skunk.

"I can’t have people dropping in all the time interrupting my serious thinking. So if you would leave now, I would appreciate it.”

I said, “Is that hot chocolate you’ve got in the pot there, Harry?”

Harry will do anything to get a visitor.

Driving home in my old pickup I remembered one thing; Harry's sister's husband was killed in Vietnam. She never remarried.

The End

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Horse For Sale - Write Classifieds That Sell

On line or in a magazine, there are virtually thousands of equestrian sites to sell your horse. How do you get your classified noticed? What should you include? Getting information into the hands of the buyer/reader is the most important thing.

If you have a horse to sell, give prospective buyers as much information as possible to help them with their decision. This will save you time and money in the long run!

Include the breed, size and type of horse you have. Most serious buyers have done their homework before making a decision on leasing or buying. Including this information will help the prospective buyer make a quicker decision.

  • Include a photograph
As the old saying goes "a picture is worth a thousand words". An on line listing or a magazine, when you are looking at classifieds, they are a sea of words. Incorporating a photograph catches your attention and slows down your eye from moving on. Adding a picture will entice people to read the advertisement. Even a 'head shot' of your horse is better than nothing.


A full body photo identifying, markings, desirable breed characteristics, or movement is a big plus. If you are selling a hunter or jumper then an 'action shot' over fences is even better. This way the prospective buyers can make informed decisions. Photographs of your performance horses such as reining, team penning, pleasure or endurance will draw the interest of people looking for that type of horse.

Saying in your ad, 'pictures available on request' is fine but this is just another step that prospective buys do not want to do. 'Additional pictures' or 'video available' is a better option.

Get and keep additional pictures handy for inquiries.

  • Include Price
Including a price will weed out people. If you have a horse that is worth a lot of money then say so in the ad. This will certainly avoid 'tire kickers' that waste your time. And back it up with reason for the price why in the description. "Multiple Champion Winner" and "in the ribbons" will draw more attention and substantiate the value.


A less expensive horse will still draw a lot of interest and may be of interest to those people looking in a higher bracket. Do not be afraid to include the price.

  • Include Location
Most people would prefer to look closer to home than having to travel long distances. Identify the location of the horse and if you are willing to cover shipping costs to the new owner.

  • Include a Knockout Title
An interesting ad will attract attention. If, for example, you have a 16hh bay mare for sale with show ring experience:

16hh bay Champion Hunter for sale or lease For sale or lease - Experienced Show Ring Hunter, Ottawa,Ontario

May attract people looking for a show horse as opposed to:

Warmblood mare, nice mover, good with farrier

Which may attract no people who want to show, but would attract people who want to breed. So write a great title to attract the right buyers to your horse.

Writing a classified ad to sell your horse is not difficult. You must use words to attract buyers who are actually interested in the type of horse you have to sell. Do not waste your money on advertizing to attract people who are not interested. Be specific, concise and truthful! Do not misrepresent your horse. And of course always include, and check, your telephone number. Good luck!




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วันเสาร์ที่ 6 กุมภาพันธ์ พ.ศ. 2553

UFO: The BFRO Bigfoot Sighting–Bigfoot's Reaction

It’s springtime in Idaho, the water is rushing down from melting snow scaring the hell out of folks as it rushes down the streets of some Idaho mountain towns.

One daffodil has poked its head in my front yard.

There is a dead starling in the front yard too.

I’m afraid to touch it. I don’t know if it died from the West Nile virus or the Chinkeroo bird flu.

My spell checker says there is no such word as Chinkeroo. There is now. I just love that “add to dictionary” feature.

Anyway, I just got back from Seattle and the great Northwest. When I got home, Xrytspet© from Fanton in G10009845788899990766 asked me if I had a chance to chat with Bigfoot again. This is how that went:

Hack Writer: No! The whole time, except when they were sleeping, I was playing with the triplets and their big sister.

Xrytspet: I know where Bigfoot is.

Hack: I guess he’s back from Florida. Did he have a good winter being the Swamp Ape?

Xrytspet: He stole away in one of those humongous Air Force cargo jets. It was headed for Fort Lewis so that the troops could complete their cargo-loading training.

Hack: I went to Air Transportability School at Fort Sill in 1950 or early 1951. We loaded the plane and took off for a ride over Texas. We “passed” because the cargo didn’t shift and squash us all.

Xrytspet: Your lack of concentration is phenomenal. We were talking about Bigfoot.

Hack: Sorry!

Xrytspet: He was spotted by a member of BFRO at a yard sale in Fostoria, Oregon. He was perusing a copy of Ancient Mysteries by Peter James and Nick Thorpe. The BFRO member was Cindy Keep Seeking of Yakima. She’s a Native American.

Phontos, the last Chican, was disguised as one of the regular bums that attend yard sales but Cindy Keep Seeking caught a whiff of him and noticed his great size. That’s when Phontos dematerialized and levitated out of there. Nobody noticed but Cindy Keep Seeking. There was no other witness.

Now, not even the BFRO members believe her story. The secretary of the organization said, “Bigfoot at a yard sale. Who are you kidding? Bigfoot lives in the forest.”

Cindy Keep Seeking told the organization “Go straddle a flying knife-edged dream catcher!” and she quit. Her last comment was, “You morons believe in every bump in the night but you can’t believe a sighting by a Yakama Indian in broad daylight!” (Read about the Yakama Indians at http://www.u-s-history.com/pages/h1588.html.)

Hack: That’s a big loss to BFRO. They should learn to be more tolerant of their member’s observations, especially if the member is a Native American that is expert in field observations. What in the heck is the BFRO, anyway?

Xrytspet: You’re sitting at your computer, idiot.

I searched for BFRO and came up with their site: http://www.bfro.net/.

Hack: I saw these guys on television. They claim to be “The only scientific research organization exploring the Bigfoot/Sasquatch mystery.”

Xrytspet: Well, they missed their chance. Phontos decided to get out of there and is spending the summer on Hudson Bay. He’s working as a short-order cook in the café of the Lazy Bear Lodge in Churchill, Manitoba. He likes to watch the Beluga whales in his spare time. See http://www.lazybearlodge.com/.

Hack: There is something else that Phontos should be watching.

Xrytspet: What would that be?

Hack: His paduka! There are polar bears up there.

Xrytspet: Didn’t I tell you that Paduka refers to the sandals of the preceptor?

Hack: Well, yes, I guess you did. Well, he better sit on his sandals while he is watching the Belugas less a polar bear creeps up behind him and bites him on his natiche.

The End

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วันศุกร์ที่ 5 กุมภาพันธ์ พ.ศ. 2553

Cobbler the Easy Way and A Dumpling Update

Cobbler the Easy Way

We all like cobbler. It's a favorite of scouts and scouters. They make it in a Dutch oven using Bisquick® or floor and baking powder as the dough. They put hot coals on top of the Dutch oven lid and let it bake for a hour or so. Yes, they do put some fruit under the stuff, usually from a can. From my experience, no matter how the cobbler comes out of that Dutch oven, you are ready to eat it and say that it is yummy.

Last night I was craving some cobbler. I jumped out of my TV Chair and hustled into the kitchen and started cooking. I had never made cobbler this way before but I knew it would be wonderful-which it was. It was very simple because I keep a few things around the house just in case I have a cooking fit come on. Here is what I used and what you will need if you decide to make this dish yourself:

2-cans of peaches or other fruit.

1-lump of brown sugar (well, use a spoon, but my is always like rocks).

1-shake of cinnamon.

1-tube of cinnamon role dough which I deep in my refrigerator.

Drop the fruit into a sauce pan. Use a larger pan so you will have more surface area.
Now adds some cinnamon and brown sugar.
And best of all, take the frosting packet from your role of cinnamon dough and squeeze it into the fruit mixture. (Of course you lick your fingers.)
Give the fruit mixture a stir.

Bring the mixture to a strong boil. Place the cinnamon roles from the pastry tube on the top of the boiling mixture. I suggest that you gently drop them so that you don't burn your pinkies. Slap the lid on the pan, set your timer for 20 minutes and keep it boiling for a good 20 minutes. You may have to watch the boil and cut the heat back as it boils. Just don't let it boil over and spread the gooey mess all over your stove top. Don't lift the lid while it is cooking. The head must get into the top of the cinnamon roles.

After 20 minutes, I just pull the pot off the burner, or I shut the burner off, and let it cool with the lid on. The fact is that if you let it sit, it gets better. That's why I had cobbler last night but also this morning before breakfast. Yes, cobbler makes me hungry so I added a cheese omelet.

It is very good.

A Dumpling Update

As you know I have been trying to make dumplings that resemble those made by Mrs. Mullins, my Swedish neighbor when I was a boy. I made dough from scratch and I've used refrigerated dough from Don the Grocer. Croissant dough makes a pretty good dumpling but I stretched my memory of those dumplings of Mrs. Mullins and came up with a pretty close match. Here is how I did it:

I took a tube of buttermilk biscuit dough and rolled the dough into balls. Then I added dried parsley, oregano, and basel and worked it into the dough. Then to make my wife happy, or so I thought, I grated some cheese and worked that into the mix. My theory was that at least I would have dumplings with a cheese flavor which would please my cheese-loving wife.

I made up a chicken soup and got it boiling. Then I put the dumplings on top and closed the lid for that all important 20-minute-boil without removing the lid during the boil.

When they were cooked, I had a close match to Mrs. Mullins' dumplings. The flavor was there and the texture was there. But they had no cheese flavor at all. What the cheese did was give the dumplings the texture that was in Mrs. Mullins' dumplings!

I'm a very happy man!

The End

copyright©2007 John Taylor Jones, Ph.D. (Taylor Jones the Hack Writer)




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วันพฤหัสบดีที่ 4 กุมภาพันธ์ พ.ศ. 2553

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วันพุธที่ 3 กุมภาพันธ์ พ.ศ. 2553

9/11: Where is Osama bin Laden?

I was minding my own business grilling some Omaha Steak® hamburgers on my George Foreman Grill® when my nosey neighbor, Fred, came through the back yard gate. He could be visiting his kids in Los Cruces and he would still smell my hamburgers and come charging back to Idaho.

Fred always asks inane questions when he is waiting on a burger. I have to answer the darn things.

Question: When was 9/11?

Answer: It was in 2001.

Q. That long? How long have we known who was responsible for the attacks?

A. Since 2001.

Q. And, who was responsible?

A. Osama bin Laden.

A. What did we do to catch Osama bin Laden and his gang?

A. Did I mention a gang? We attacked Afghanistan and Iraq.

Q. Were we greeted as heroes and liberators?

A. Hardly! Who ever suggested that?

A. Dick Cheney, the duck, pheasant, quail, and attorney hunter! And what countries did the bad guys come from?

A. Saudi Arabia and their neighbors.

Q. Did attacking Afghanistan and Iraq do the trick?

A. No. Afghanistan significantly increased its opium production but poor Iraq has been in deadly confusion. Now there seems to be an insurgency in Afghanistan again. Americans die all the time.

Q. So what is plan B?

A. The world’s land area is about 16 times that of the United States. With over six billion people you would think we could find one guy simply by offering a reward. The Department of State is offering a 25 million dollar reward.

I’ve told everybody on the Internet (well at least those who read my junk) that Osama bin Laden is drinking lemonade in Mecca. Why don’t we just go in there and get him? Then the State Department can give me my 25 million dollars.

Q. So there is no Plan B?

A. No! I guess not. After Plan A failed everybody in Washington just gave up. But I still say, go to Mecca!

Q. Is it really that simple, Taylor Jones the hack writer?

A. Maybe not, Fred. But we sure as heck have covered Afghanistan and Pakistan.

Q. It seems that attacking countries instead of hiring a good detective agency has not solved the problem.

A. No worry! Osama bin Laden was born in 1957. Adding 70 years–he is in pretty good health from all that hiking–he will die around 2027. That is only 21 years away. No time at all!

Q. Wasn’t Osama bin Laden an ally during Afghanistan’s war against the USSR?

A. Sure! The CIA loved the guy.

Q. Why shouldn’t I think that the CIA is giving him cover?

A. Because that wouldn’t be nice.

Q. How do I not know that Osama bin Laden didn’t go to Sweden and have a sex-change operation?

A. You don’t? Did you see her?

Q. How do I not know that Osama bin Laden was seen in Beverly Hills outside the office of a prominent plastic surgeon?

A. You are getting hotter by the minute. All the Mecca girls love his curly hair.

Q. Aren't those burgers about done?

A. Grab a plate, Fred!

copyright©2006 John T. Jones, Ph.D.




John T. Jones, Ph.D. (tjbooks@hotmail.com), a retired college professor and business executive, Former editor of an international engineering magazine. To learn more about Wealthy Affiliate University go to his info site. If you desire a flagpole to Fly Old Glory, go to the business site.

More info: http://www.InternetBusinessToolCenter.com

Business web site: http://www.AAAFlagpoles.com

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วันอังคารที่ 2 กุมภาพันธ์ พ.ศ. 2553

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Can You Save a Buck Or Two at the Supermarket?

How can you save a buck or two at the supermarket?

I went to the grocery store in our berg this morning and found that I had left my wallet at home. What happened is that my bulging wallet was stuck in my pocket and I decided to work it out of the pocket and drop it back in again. By wife distracted me and I put the wallet on the mantel of our monstrous fireplace. So, with no wallet, I could not buy. It was a horrible feeling. It reminded me of the depression, that hopeless feeling of not having money to purchase what I needed.

Many of us have a horrible feeling when we go to the grocery store these days. I put five bucks worth of groceries on the counter and the cashier said, "That will be $57.90."

I said, "I object!"

She laughed and said, "I know just how you feel." A senior lady in line agreed with her.

I remember during the Great Depression when somehow my folks got some money and purchased $25.00 worth of groceries, an unheard of sum in our house. We had a big kitchen table and you could hardly get that many groceries on the thing. Now that same amount of cash will buy you a bag of groceries you can lift with one finger.

Times are hard and they are going to get a lot harder. I saw a news clip the other day that showed folks in a food line not getting the food they needed. You can't afford food in the store and now you can't get it in some areas from charity.

The Postal workers in our town collected food last month as they made their rounds. I put a case of canned goods out by my mailbox and they picked it up. My mailman said they made quite a haul. The scouts do this too but sometimes they leave a bag for the food, then never come back. I have to scoot around town trying to find where my food should go.

I do my shopping at a small grocery store, by current standards, but it copies the tricks of the big boys. The owner, my friend, Don, uses all the tricks to keep his store solvent.

When you go into the store you are greeted by the odor of fried chicken, burritos, corn dogs and egg roles. These are in the bakery where donuts, eclairs, pies, and cakes stare you in the face. If you were not hungry going in, you soon will be.

That is why they say to never go grocery shopping when you are hungry.

I tell the bakery clerk to bag me up some chicken and a few eclairs.

Now that I'm in the store, I must watch for more of Don's traps.

The bananas are always at the end of the bakery counter. There they are stacked on high like a banana tree. I quickly grab three or four clumps and in the cart they go.

Well, that trap got me.

Sometimes we have enough bananas in the house to feed the primates at the Bronx Zoo. If you want to see how many primates they have at the zoo, go to the Bronx Zoo web site and look at the video.

Fortunately my wife will only eat bananas that have turned black. I like them green myself. So they are seldom wasted. If they are medium ripe neither of us can stand them, so we always split one to share.

I slip over to the ice cream freezer and grab a package of the soft ice cream Don sells in the bakery. They run the soft ice cream in these cute little tubs and place them in the freezer so that the customers will not always be bugging them while they are trying to bake. We love banana splits. I grab a jar or two of "banana split" syrup.

Now I hit the first end-of-aisle display. It must be a bargain item, right? It must be on sale.

I find it is not a bargain nor on sale. Don wants me to buy a roll of spiced meat that I can cut up like a cucumber and put on my favorite Ritz® Crackers.

Wow!

How did those crackers get right next to the luxury meat?

I toss both into my cart.

The dairy case is on the right. I came for milk and bread, but the bakery, bananas and the end-of-aisle display have already caught me. I grab a gallon of orange juice carefully looking to see if the good stuff is on sale. I buy the store brand.

I grab a pound of butter and three gallons of chocolate milk.

My wife hates regular milk. It goes sour if I buy it. So I don't buy white milk anymore unless we have company who don't like chocolate milk on their cereal.

I grab a carton of cottage cheese and a half-quart of buttermilk. I plan to make waffles with the waffle maker I bought for $5.00 at a yard sale. I could have got it for less but the sellers were handicapped. That's the kind of guy I am.

Now there is another end-of-aisle exhibit, an open-top freezer that blocks my path. I look in to see if my favorite Claim Jumper® TV dinners are on sale. They are not today, but I grab a couple of Chicken Fried Steak dinners and a package of their delicious lasagna.

The cookie aisle is on my left. I love those Oreo® cookies. I grab a pack.

The deadly meat counter is on my right. I look and sniff and pass the bacon, the fresh Italian sausage, and the ham. I go back and grab a package of precooked bacon.

I'm an expert at saving money at the meat display. I buy only pork only on sale. Pork is cheap, and the way I cook you can't tell if it's beef or rhino when I'm done with it.

In 1956, I drove through Iowa and the pigs were as big as tanks, just like the ones on our Church hog farm in Utah. When I went back to Iowa in 1996 to teach engineering at Iowa State University, the hogs were lean and mean. So now days, you get meat instead of fat when you buy pork and it is a lot cheaper than beef.

To spend the money I saved on the pork, I buy a package of frozen stir-fry shrimp with vegetables. I grab a bucket of potato salad and cole slaw, the later for my wife who will not eat potatoes because of her arthritis. Of course, I'm at Don's limited deli counter. I by jumbo eggs and fat free baloney. Not too many saving there.

Next are the rows of canned goods. I skip those aisles, but grabbed a frozen pizza and a big bag of frozen, store-brand, Southern Style Hash Brown potatoes. I studied all of the hash browns carefully to get the best deal. It was like the attorney that interviewed several secretaries and when asked by a friend which one he hired, he said, "The one with the big breast."

You might ask, "Why did the Hack Writer skip the canned goods?"

Oh, you don't care why!

Well, I always buy canned goods by the case. Don always accommodates me on this. I have a secret money-saving strategy too. I wait for the canned goods to go on sale. Then I buy the cases. Don always lets me know when there is a big sale because I'm his favorite customer. My neighbor says he tells everybody that.

I skip the cereal aisle. My wife lives on cereal but she will only eat Waffle Crisp®. I buy them by the case and save a buck a box. I have found it best to buy two cases at a time because they seem to disappear as fast as snow on a hot sidewalk. (That simile is for folks that have heated sidewalks, the idle rich.)

I skip the aisles with toothpaste, soap powder, and all that kitchen stuff. I buy paper towels and tissue and such by the case. If I buy other items like deodorant, I fill the cart so I won't have to stop every time I go to the store. How rapidly we run out of these items, anyway, is beyond me.

Next at the bread aisle I grab a loaf of bread at the lowest price and a box of Twinkies® and cupcakes. I'm not going to give up my life style in these hard times. I run back to the deli case and grab a pack of store brand hot dogs, ignoring the fat label which just makes me nervous.

At last I'm at the fruit and vegetable counters. Ah, good health! I fill my basket with every fruit and vegetable in sight that seems reasonably priced. Don't you love fresh pineapple? I feel guilty skipping the pomegranates. I run back for jalapenos. I ask the veggie man if the cantaloupe are good. He says that they are okay. I buy one anyway, not the usual four.

Trying to escape the chips, I buy a bag of the "groovy" kind that are on sale. I skip the pop today. I still have a couple of cases. I also have three cases of apple juice in the garage that we need to drink.

Of course, the above is the reason you should always shop with a list and buy only what is on the list. We usually put a list together before I go of to Don's Market. When I get to the store I never can find it. I suggest that old folks make a list at home and memorize it. Then burn or swallow it. When you get to the store, you will have forgotten half the list.

Now, that is the way to save money.

The End

P.S. I've got go back for ice cream cups and those frozen ice cream cones with the chocolate and nuts on top. I can get my big-mark-up candy bars at the counter.

P.P.S. ?What about coupons?, you say.

Well, I don't like the pesky things. Sometimes I stand in line for an eternity while an old lady pulls eighty coupons out of her bag. It's not that I'm not an expert on coupons. (Nor am I against old ladies with coupons.) If you study what you are buying you can save some dough. They are like cash, so you can trade them with your neighbors and your Aunt Bev. You can give too save 10¢ "can of beans" coupons for one 20¢ "can of tuna" coupon. If you wait until things are on sale and you buy the smallest size, you will probably save a lot more. I told you that I'm an expert on coupons.

Now for mail-in rebates. Unless it is from Proctor and Gamble,® forget it. I carefully find labels and proof-of-purchase and all that, and I mail them it, but I seldom get the promised rebate. I may get a postcard saying I didn't do things right and to go fly a kite.

Isn't America Great?

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John T. Jones, Ph.D. (tjbooks@hotmail.com), a retired college professor and business executive, Former editor of an international engineering magazine. To learn more about Wealthy Affiliate University go to his info site. If you desire a flagpole to Fly Old Glory, go to the business site.

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