vineri, 25 martie 2011

Highest Paying Top Click Topics Keywords

Keywords Which Pay out $20+ cost per click

Try writing about one of these topics. It may be tougher to get traffic but you don't have to have a lot of clicks to get ones with a high value!

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Keywords that Pay out $10-15 Cost Per Click

Here are more Google Keywords I found pay out $10-15+ per click. I will keep adding to the list as I do more research. CPC may change over time but these keywords can just give you ideas for writing in general!

family medicine jobs
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credit offers
compare credit cards
credit card application
best credit cards
credit solutions
line of credit
credit card machine
free credit report
credit relief
rewards credit cards
consumer credit counseling services
free credit score
credit cards for students
oil sprayer
engagement ring insurance
boat accident
best boat insurance
discount boat insurance
antique boat insurance
telephone systems for business
small business telephone
business servers
server rental
hosted server
exchange server
dedicated game server
fix my credit
credit card
debt help
cash back credit card
credit card rewards
credit card processing
debt management
debt free
express credit card
credit counselors

luni, 21 martie 2011

The Brutal Bowhunting of Doe

The brutal bowhunting of doe - The best home videos are here

A friend of mine wrote me an e-mail about a pregnant doe found in her friends property. She took her camera to video tape the blood trail of the poor suffered deer which went for almost a half a mile. Blood trail was on the road too which can cause Deer Vehicle Accidents and traveled quiet a distance trying to survive maybe for the sake of the unborn. Please watch how bowhunted deer dies every year by the millions by the heartless disgusting bowhunters of America and thruout the world. Here are some facts on the cruel and barbaric Bowhunting

sâmbătă, 19 martie 2011

The Bandit King

He was born in 1897, in the interior of the northeastern Brazilian state of Pernambuco. It is harsh country with little water and much cactus, brilliantly described by the great Brazilian writer, Euclydes da Cunha, in his classic work Os Sertoes (The Backlands).
It was a time and a place of nicknames. Almost everyone had one. His was Lampião ( lampost) probably because he was so tall and thin. It was sometimes spelled Lampeão. The members of his gang called him Captain Virgulino; his proper name was Virgulino Ferreira da Silva.
Lampião began his life as a leather worker. Somehow, at the age of twenty-five, he got in trouble with the law. The police raided his home. In the scuffle, his father was shot to death. It was an act Lampião vowed to make the lawmen regret. And many did. From then until the end of his life, Lampião murdered every policeman he came across.
But, having resolved to be a bandit, he didn’t target only policemen. He robbed old women in their beds. He participated in mass rapes. He cut out the tongue of a woman who’d informed on him. And he removed a man’s eyeballs with a knife just because it amused him to do so. He plundered, and terrorized, and tortured. He was a cold-blooded killer, and a high price was put on his head.
And yet, that’s not the way most young Brazilians see him. To them, he’s a Robin Hood figure, a guy who robbed the rich to help the poor. How did the transformation from repugnant thug to venerated folk hero come about? Partly, I think, because the region he operated in had long been ruled by a few powerful families. The popular psyche called out for an anti-establishment figure – and Lampião filled the bill. Partly, too, because his story contains a modicum of romance. He and his girlfriend robbed together, killed together, had a child together and died together. Here she is, the woman all Brazilians know as Maria Bonita (Pretty Mary).

 The couple’s reputation grew with a form of entertainment very popular at the time: “cord literature”, so-called because it was displayed hanging from cords stretched across the front of booths in street markets. The stories were illustrated with woodcuts. 

They were often written in rhyme, often set to music. 
 Later, those early stories gave rise to TV programs and feature films which took a sympathetic view of Lampião and his gang.

(And invariably infuriated my father-in-law, and dear friend, Joel de Britto, who knew, from personal experience, what kind of people Lampião and his girlfriend really were.)

The end for the couple came on a beautiful morning in July of 1938. Here’s the place where it happened, the Grota de Angico, a hideout which, until then, the bandits always considered to be their safest one of all.
Oriented by a greedy informer anxious to cash in on the reward, four dozen soldiers surrounded the camp. The two groups of adversaries were about evenly matched, but their pursuers had machine guns, and the gang did not. Some few escaped the slaughter, but those few didn’t include Lampião and his companion. They, and several other key members of the band, were decapitated on the spot.

The heads were displayed throughout the country before winding up at the Nina Rodrigues Museum in Salvador, Bahia, where they remained on display for almost thirty years.
 This last photo is of the youngest member of Lampião’s gang,  Antonio Alves de Souza, nicknamed Volta Seca (It means something like “the return of drought”). He was taken alive and sentenced to 145 years in prison, but pardoned after having served only twenty. He took a job as a railway brakeman (that’s the uniform he’s wearing in the photo) married, and had seven children.
There is a song associated with Lampião that almost every Brazilian knows. The gang used to sing it when they rode in to plunder a town. It’s called “Mulher Rendeira” (The Lacemaker) and, some years before his death, someone got Volta Seca to record it. You can listen to it here.
Today, it’s no more than a haunting melody. Back then, it struck terror into the hearts of many who heard it.

Amsterdam - Red Light District Cartoon

Amsterdam - NEMO - Cartoon Ejaculating

They had a video on display talking about body changes during puberty. Ryan managed to capture the cartoon boy ejaculating.

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luni, 7 martie 2011

Use Dropdowns

Creating a Dropdown for Categories in WordPress
Out of all three platforms, WordPress has the easiest method in converting your Categories list to a Dropdown menu. So we'll discuss it first.
  • From the Dashboard, click on Appearance, then Widgets.
  • If you don't already have the Categories widget added to your blog, click and drag the available widget to one of your sidebars.
  • Then you may click on the dropdown arrow to the right of the Categories Title and the properties appear.

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  • Click on "Show as dropdown".
  • Click Save.
  • Click Close.
  • You're done. 

Creating a Dropdown for Categories in Blogger
This is not as easy as the WordPress method but much easier than the TypePad solution, so we'll discuss this method next.  It involves editing HTML code.
  • From the Dashboard, click on Design, 
  • First, be sure you have the Labels gadget added to your blog's sidebar and drag and drop where you want the list/dropdown located. 
    • To add Labels to your sidebar, click on Add a Gadget.
    • Then select Labels.
    • Save.
    • Drag and drop where you want it in the sidebar.
    • Save again.
  • Now, we'll make the necessary changes in HTML.
  • Click on the Edit HTML tab.
  • Back up your current template in case of error. Under Backup / Restore Template, click on Download Full Template.
  • Now you're ready to modify the code in the large text box under Edit Template.
  • You do NOT need to click Expand Widgets. You can use CTRL + F (Command + F on a Mac) to use a Find and search for Label1 looking for the code:
  • Then replace that one line of code with this set:

  • Then click Save Template.
  • You're Done.

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Scientists' amazing California discovery includes fishing tackle 12,000 years old

People are discovering antique fishing tackle all the time, in closets and at garage sales, but none of that compares to discoveries made recently by archaeologists at two of the Channel Islands off Southern California.

Looking for signs of ancient human settlement, they unearthed meticulously-crafted spearheads and other tools (see photo at right) that date back 12,000 years and provide insight into the lives of a seafaring culture that obtained bounty from the ocean.

The astonishing discoveries, at three sites on Santa Rosa and San Miguel islands west of Santa Barbara, strongly support the theory that during an era when the first traces of humans appeared in the archaeological record in North America, a coastal culture existed that was distinct from the well-chronicled inland Clovis culture, which consisted of big-game hunters who subsisted on mastodons and other large mammals.

A 15-member team led by Jon Erlandson of the University of Oregon's Museum of Natural and Cultural History found chipped stone tools, used for fishing and hunting, along with an abundance of discarded seashells and bones.

A story about the finds appears in the March 4 issue of Science; it was summarized by New Scientist and Science Daily. New Scientist's headline: "Found: fine American fishing tackle, 12 millennia old."

In the Science Daily piece, Erlandson said, "This is among the earliest evidence of seafaring and maritime adaptations in the Americas, and another extension of the diversity of Paleoindian economies. The points we are finding are extraordinary, the workmanship amazing. They are ultra thin, serrated and have incredible barbs on them. It's a very sophisticated chipped-stone technology."

The sites are thought to have represented seasonal hunting grounds. Prey items probably included surf perch and rockfish, geese, cormorants and other birds, shellfish and perhaps seals, sea lions and otters. The crescent-shaped stones probably were used at the ends of darts to stun birds. Fish and larger marine mammals were speared.

Team member Todd Braje, of Humboldt State University, is quoted by New Scientist as saying, "We found very thin, expertly made projectile points and it blew us away that these delicate flint-knapped points are this old."

Most of the tools were different from those unearthed at inland Clovis sites on the North American mainland, but some of the spearheads were similar, perhaps implying that trade existed between the cultures.

The newly discovered sites might help scientists learn more about how North America became populated. It's widely believed that people arrived via a land bridge connecting Siberia and Alaska, but some scientists believe seafaring migration occurred.

Erlandson explained that his team's find supports the notion that mariners were either first to inhabit North America, or that they arrived at about the same time as those via the land route.

While the recent finds are not the oldest in North America, Braje explained in the New Scientist story that "this pushes back the chronology of New World seafaring to 12,000, maybe 13,000 years ago. It gets us a big step closer to showing that a coastal migration route happened, or was at least possible."

-- Top image is of the ancient fishing tackle discovered recently by scientists at Santa Rosa and San Miguel islands off Southern California. Courtesy of Jon Erlandson. Second image, of Santa Miguel Island, and Channel Islands map graphic are from Wikipedia

duminică, 6 martie 2011

World's oldest dildo

A prehistoric sex toy was found in Germany, but you can see plenty of ancient dildos right here in Miami.

The toy is being studied at a German university

"We have objects from Roman and Greek times that are over 3,000 years old, and intricate jade dildos from Japan that are over 1,000 years old," said David Tarmago, the museum's art director. 
Though media coverage of the discovery in Germany has dubbed the find as a "sex toy," Tarmago said that terminology may not be exactly right.
"Most of these were revered items, placed in the home to promote fertility rather than for self-stimulation or intercourse," Tarmago said. "The emphasis in these cultures was to produce large families that could continue the family line and cultural traditions, passing them from fathers to sons."
It wasn't until much more recent times that the things we think of as sex toys—vibrators, penatrative dildos and the like—came into play.
"The first vibrators came out in the late 1800s as a treatment for female dementia, which was then believed to be related to female orgasm," Tarmago said. "Women would visit doctors, who would use vibrating tools to stimulate orgasm."

 28,000 years old and 'highly polished'

 German scientists are tickled pink after unearthing one of the world's oldest sculpted phalluses - 20cm of polished siltstone lovingly created around 28,000 years ago.
The stone schlong was discovered in Hohle Fels Cave near Ulm, Swabia, by a Tübingen University team. Professor Nicholas Conard, from the university's snappily-named department of Early Prehistory and Quaternary Ecology, explained the excitment to the BBC thus: "Female representations with highly accentuated sexual attributes are very well documented at many sites, but male representations are very, very rare."
Indeed, although other examples of male genitalia - from France and Morocco - predate the Ulm member, to have "any representation of male genitalia from this time period is highly unusual".
There may be a good reason for this - the German sausage bears the scars of having been used to knap flints, and was reassembled from 14 fragments. Despite this abuse, and in a delicious leap of imagination, Conard speculates that the life-size member may have been used as a prehistoric sex toy. As he suggestively notes: "It's highly polished."
Those interested in the sex lives of our distant ancestors will be able to cop an eyeful of the Hohle Fels phallus when it goes on show at a Blaubeuren prehistoric museum exhibition entitled "Ice Art - Clearly Male

Is this what an alien looks like? Nasa scientist claims to have found out-of-this-world bacteria in meteorite

A Nasa scientist believes he has discovered an alien life form which may explain how life on earth started and has called on any scientist worldwide to try and prove him wrong.
The extraordinary claim by Dr Richard Hoover, an astrobiologist with Nasa’s Marshall Space Flight Center, comes after ten years of studying tiny bacteria in meteorites that have fallen in remote areas across the globe.
He explains that travelling to Antarctica, Siberia and Alaska he has studied an extremely rare form of meteorites - CI1 carbonaceous chondrites – of which only nine are known to exist on earth.
Research claims fossilised bacteria from meteors, like this one which is similar to Titanospirillum velox which is found on earth, suggests life is more widespread
Is this what an alien looks like? Research claims fossilised bacteria from meteors appear similar to bacteria found on earth - like Titanospirillum velox, above. That suggests life is more widespread
Looking at these meteorites under microscopes he said he has found numerous different fossils of bacteria – some which are similar to ones on earth and others which are complete, um, alien.
He suggests that meteors spread organisms around the universe and that life on earth could have been planted by bacteria in an asteroid hitting the planet in its infancy.
In one case he found on a meteorite an organism similar in size and overall structure to the giant bacterium Titanospirillum velox, an organism found here on planet Earth.
He suggests this proves life is more widespread than we first thought.
Discovery: Dr. Richard B. Hoover has challenged anyone to prove to him his findings are wrong
Discovery: Dr. Richard B. Hoover has challenged anyone to prove to him his findings are wrong
He told Fox News: ‘I interpret it as indicating that life is more broadly distributed than restricted strictly to the planet earth.
‘This field of study has just barely been touched -- because quite frankly, a great many scientists would say that this is impossible.
‘The exciting thing is that they [the bacteria] are in many cases recognisable and can be associated very closely with the generic species here on earth.
He added: ‘There are some that are just very strange and don’t look like anything that I’ve been able to identify, and I’ve shown them to many other experts that have also come up stumped.’
Dr Hoover would collect each meteorite stones and break them in laboratory conditions, scanning for fossilised remains.
It was then he made his discovery, identifying one biological remain as having no nitrogen – something that, until now, is found in all living organisms.
The scientist said: ‘If someone can explain how it is possible to have a biological remain that has no nitrogen, or nitrogen below the detect ability limits that I have, in a time period as short as 150 years, then I would be very interested in hearing that.
‘I’ve talked with many scientists about this and no one has been able to explain.’
The findings are published in the March edition of the Journal of Cosmology, which has already invited the science community to analyse the results for themselves and write critical responses.
Bleak: Dr Hoover spent ten years studying rare meteorites that had fallen in the world's most remote areas including the Antarctic, pictured
Bleak: Dr Hoover spent ten years studying rare meteorites that had fallen in the world's most remote areas including the Antarctic, pictured
Editor-in-Chief Dr Rudy Schild explained: ‘Given the controversial nature of his discovery, we have invited 100 experts and have issued a general invitation to over 5,000 scientists from the scientific community to review the paper and to offer their critical analysis’
Dr. Seth Shostak, a senior astronomer at the SETI Institute, said there is a lot of hesitancy to believe such finding.
He said, if true, the implications would be far-reaching throughout the fields of science and astronomy. ‘Maybe life was seeded on earth – it developed on comets for example, and just landed here when these things were hitting the very early Earth.’
‘It would suggest  life didn’t really begin on the Earth, it began as the solar system was forming.’
The findings will need to undergo independent testing before they can be classified as ‘a confirmed signature of life.’
Scientists, he said, will now take the research to the next level of scrutiny, which includes an independent confirmation of the results by another lab, before the findings can be classified ‘a confirmed signature of life.’

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Face of incredibly preserved 700-year-old mummy found by chance by Chinese road workers

  • Eyebrows still intact highlighting amazing level of preservation
  • Mummy believed to be a high-ranking member of the Ming Dynasty
  • Wearing silk and cotton, she's the first major discovery in years in the area
Amazing discovery: The 700-year-old mummy was found in the city of Taizhou, in Jiangsu Province, by construction workers - and her eyebrows were still intact
Amazing discovery: The 700-year-old mummy was found in the city of Taizhou, in Jiangsu Province
These incredible pictures show a 700-year-old mummy, which was discovered by chance - by road workers - in excellent condition in eastern China.
The corpse of the high-ranking woman believed to be from the Ming Dynasty - the ruling power in China between 1368 and 1644 - was stumbled across by a team who were looking to expand a street.
And the mummy, which was found in the city of Taizhou, in the Jiangsu Province, along with two other wooden tombs, offers a fascinating insight into life as it was back then.
Discovered two metres below the road surface, the woman's features - from her head to her shoes - have retained their original condition, and have hardly deteriorated.
When the discovery was made by the road workers, late last month, Chinese archaeologists, from the nearby Museum of Taizhou, were called into excavate the area, the state agency Xinhua News reported.
They were surprised by the remarkably good condition of the woman's skin, hair, eyelashes and face. It was as though she had only recently died.


Oh mother! The woman, wearing Ming Dynasty dress, is thought to have been at a high-ranking level
Oh mother! The woman, discovered two metres below the surface in a wooden tomb, was wearing a  Ming Dynasty dress and is thought to have been at a high-ranking level
Immersed: The mummy was found by road workers, and had been preserved in a brown liquid
Immersed: The mummy was found by road workers, and had been preserved in a brown liquid

Bejewelled: The right hand of the 700-year-old mummy shows her preserved skin, and a ring adorns her finger
Bejewelled: The right hand of the 700-year-old mummy shows her preserved skin, and a ring adorns her finger


Forbidden City The Ming Dynasty was the ruling dynasty of China from 1368 to 1644

It was 'one of the greatest eras of orderly government and social stability in human history' according to venerated tome A history of East Asian civilization

Ming rule saw the construction of a vast navy and a standing army of one million troops

There were enormous construction projects, including the restoration of the Grand Canal and the Great Wall and the establishment of the Forbidden City in Beijing (pictured) during the first quarter of the 15th century

Estimates for the late-Ming population vary from 160 to 200 million
Her body, which measures 1.5 metres high, was found at the construction site immersed in a brown liquid inside the coffin.
And the coffin was opened earlier this week, on March 1, much to the excitement of the local city - and further afield. And the right hand of the 700-year-old mummy showed her preserved skin, and a ring.
The mummy was wearing traditional Ming dynasty costume, and also in the coffin were bones, ceramics, ancient writings and other relics.
This is the latest discovery after a lull of three years in the area. Indeed, between 1979 and 2008 five mummies were found, all in very good condition.
Those findings raising the interest in learning the techniques of preservation funeral of this dynasty and customs in time to bury the dead.

Director of the Museum of Taizhou, Wang Weiyin, told Xinhua that the mummy's clothes are made mostly of silk, with a little cotton.

He said usually silk and cotton are very hard to preserve and excavations found that this mummifying technology was used only at very high-profile funerals.

The first finding of the Ming Dynasty in Taizhou dates from May 1979 and led the opening of the museum.

At that time the bodies were also found intact, but due to lack of experience of archaeologists only clothing, belts and clamps could be preserved.

The Ming Dynasty, who built the Forbidden City and restored the Great Wall, was the last in China and marked an era of economic growth and cultural splendour which produced the first commercial contacts with the West.
Wonderfully preserved: This close up of the mummy's shoes shows how well preserved her corpse it
Wonderfully preserved: This close up of the mummy's shoes shows how well preserved her corpse it

Raised: The group of archaeologists, from the Museum of Taizhou, are shown lifting the corpse out of the coffins to examine their find
Raised: The group of archaeologists, from the Museum of Taizhou, are shown lifting the corpse out of the coffins to examine their find

Ming Empire
Mummy in coffin
Exciting find: A map of the Ming Dynasty (left) - two other wooden coffins were also discovered