Friday, June 29, 2007

Maria Agatha Wins the Presidency of Her School's Student Body Council!

Maria Agatha "Agi"
Daddy's Little Girl,
The Apple of My Eye,
One of the Reasons for My Being,
My Closeness - My Soulmate

has just won the Presidency
of her school's Student Body Council!!!

Congratulations Anak koy!

I remember the day (twas last week) she told me that she had just been nominated as a candidate for the Presidency of her school's Student Body Council. I solicited her thoughts on the matter, asked her if she wants it, because after all, it will be a thankless job.

I highlighted the fact that she will not be able to please everybody.
I even reminded her that she has already actively served the Council for two years straight as a Representative since Grade IV. And she has achieved so many firsts and realized a lot of accomplishments both in academics and sports, and that there is nothing more to prove.

Gave her other facts of the matter - that this will be a difficult campaign to mount because three persons are vying for the same post - a three-way split of the votes. And she is up against two studious and quite popular students! I also elucidated the possible scenario of a win - she will be juggling her school time between studies, her duties as Class President, and responsibilities as President of the Student Body Council. AND it will eat some of the time she devotes to her personal self.

Looking at me, straight in the eye, without batting an eyeslash, she said in a determined-yet-loving voice,
  • "Yes, Dad - if you will support me. I am in Grade VI, graduating in 2008, and this will the last opportunity to serve my constituents in the elementary level. I count my blessings and I believe that I have given something back to the community, but I want to give more, Dad."
  • "What's your platform of governance, Anak?"
  • "STARS Dad. Students for Teachers, Achievements, Recreation, and Social work."
  • (And to be honest with you, I was impressed. Very much impressed with her slogan and all...)
I asked my daughter a different question this time - and why I asked it, it's personal ^_^
  • "Win or lose, will you wholeheartedly accept the outcome?"
  • "Yes, Dad."
  • "Do you want to win, Anak?"
  • "Yes, Dad."
  • "Ok. Let's do our best to win this thing."
  • "I Love you, Dad."
  • "I love you more, Anak. Much more."
And I promised my daughter an entire day devoted to her and her campaign. Little did she know that I will clear my sched for two days :) (and she knows that this is very rare - 2 days!) You could just imagine the work that was set aside! But after all that was said and done - IT WAS TIME WELL SPENT! Our campaign materials? Vote cards, book marks, candidate lists, posters - name it, we had it! And we solicited the hired help of my BlogCard designer, Charles of Netopia. (That's why the campaign materials came out so good!)

And how did we capped the two days filled with laughter, love, and hope? With a dinner for two at Max's filled with more love and laughter! And I kid you not!

UnSolicited Blogthoughts from Friends Anonymous

A friend, who wished to remain anonymous,
sent me these
UnSolicited Blogthoughts.

Could be an interesting read ^_^
  • For all your inefficiencies and incompetencies, don't blame the blog.
  • Blame your failures on your vanity and emptiness.
  • Blaming everyone is a sure way of hiding one's natural stupidity.
  • Sound mind, sound body. Most people would die sooner than think.
    In fact, they do.
  • A word to the wise ain't necessary, IT IS the stupid ones
    who need the advice.
  • The dumbest people I know are those who know it all.
  • Genius may have its limitations, but stupidity is not thus handicapped.

    And oh! My Anonymous Friend has this interesting project
    of creating a one-of-a-kind superhero!
    WoWoWeee! It's time to watch Ang TV!

    Wander Woman's Bio
    aka Strange Creations
This just in! From the other participants
of Who Wants to Be A Superhero!

  • You're barking at the wrong tree, Ma!
  • Wander of Wonders! You will die trying breaking my spirit.
  • Don't push me. My lawyers will have a field day with you.
    And I kid you not!

Wednesday, June 27, 2007

The Novice Blogger of The Broken Bow

I received quite a number of emails and queries regarding the AnitoKid's new header. It is kind of neat, isn't it? And to be honest with you, I LOVE IT! Dundee, my friend over at The Broken Bow, is the brain behind it. All I did was described to Dundee, aka Novice Blogger, what I imagined my header to be - colors, pics, etc. I was speechless, and I kid you not, when I first saw what he came up with. What he did was not just remarkable, not just aesthetically pleasing, but SIMPLY BEAUTIFULI The Broken Bow went beyond my concept and turned it into A WORK of ART!

He used Photoshop to group and crop the individual images, designed the layout, added a few touches to the A-Kid favicon - and LO! AND BEHOLD! - a header I am very proud of to display for years to come! And speaking of favicons, Dundee touched up the "Salakot" with my Seeking Alpha badge and incorporated it in my blogger template so that it will show up in the A-Kid's URL. All of these and more - and for how much? The Broken Bow didn't charge the AnitoKid a cent! Nothing! He wouldn't have any of it!

I have always held The Broken Bow in high regard. When he was starting out to blog, I readily noticed his talent - the ability to write about and describe ordinary things in an extraordinary way. He has this gift of writing about virtually anything under the sun in a way that will make you want for more. I remember the time I said to him, "You write like Guy Kawasaki, bro."

In the words of Faye Ilogon to The Broken Bow:
  • "I don't know why I read your stuff when it endangers my whole philosophy of dirt. Must be because you have nifty posts. I mean, I learn stuff from you and you don't use fancy words to express yourself."
Need I say more on how good The Broken Bow is? Well, okay, if you insist. Check this out - The Bamboo Jeep - an entry to BoingBoing (One of Technorati's Top 5 blogs) from none other than The Broken Bow himself!

From Dundee:

Tuesday, June 26, 2007

The AnitoKid Also Bows Out of's Top 100 Philippine Blogs

And as a closing to yesterday's post on the rude comment left by Mr. Andrew dela Serna (creator of at my friend's blog, ManilaMom:

I, the AnitoKid, am also bowing out of's Top 100 Philippine Blogs list. I am doing this not because it is the coolest thing to do right now - come to think of it, IT IS THE COOLEST THING TO DO - after what Mr. Andrew blurted out and whined about. I am doing this because Mr. Andrew's irresponsible comments destroyed any credibility, real or imagined, that his had.

And being the creator and all of, a list that uses Technorati data and Feedburner stats to chart the progress of Filipino bloggers around the world, Mr. Andrew, I believe, should had been more responsible in the way he dished out his comments. After all, we did respect the rules Mr. Andrew laid out at It goes without saying that he should have shown the same courtesy to the participants, i.e., fellow Filipino bloggers.

And in the words of ManilaMom,
  • "if the list owner strongly believes that the manner in which I qualified is not legitimate then it is not proper for me to persist to be in that list. I would feel foolish proclaiming to be ratified in such a manner."

And to all our friends, fellow bloggers, and readers
who expressed their love and support,
who took a stand and stood their ground -

Maraming, maraming, maraming salamat po!

"Most of the shadows of this life are caused by standing in one's own sunshine."

WWE Wrestler Chris Benoit, Wife and Son Found Dead

Found this at ABS-CBN Interactive:
  • Professional wrestler Chris Benoit was found dead Monday along with his wife and young son at their Atlanta home, the World Wrestling Entertainment said on its Web site.

  • Law enforcement officials in Fayette County said Monday the dead included Benoit, his wife, Nancy, and their seven-year-old son, Daniel.

  • The Atlanta-Journal Constitution reported that police are investigating the case as a murder-suicide. No details were released but the results of autopsies are expected Tuesday. "I am deeply saddened over the loss of Chris Benoit," WWE Canada president Carl DeMarco said.

  • Benoit was scheduled to appear in a pay-per-view title match Sunday, but backed out because of a "family emergency," the WWE announced on Sunday.

And from
  • Detective Bo Turner told television station WAGA that the case was being treated as a murder-suicide, but said that couldn't be confirmed until evidence was examined by a crime lab.

  • The station said that investigators believe the 40-year-old Benoit killed his wife, Nancy, and 7-year-old son, Daniel, over the weekend, then himself on Monday. A neighbor called police, and the bodies were found in three rooms.

  • Lead investigator Lt. Tommy Pope, of the Fayette County Sheriff's Department, told The Associated Press the deaths were being investigated as homicide, and that the causes of death awaited autopsy results on Tuesday. Pope said the bodies were discovered about 2:30 p.m., but refused to release details.

Christopher Michale Benoit was
born on May 21, 1967. Benoit idolized the Dynamite Kid growing up, and stylized himself after him. When he began wrestling, the Rabid Wolverine wrestled as "Dynamite" Chris Benoit, as a tribute to the Dynamite Kid. He also began using the Diving Headbutt and the Snap Suplex, some of the Kid's famous moves. The Crippler's trademark, his lost tooth, resulted from an accident involving his pet Rottweiler. Benoit was struck with the top of the dog's head beneath his chin while play-wrestling with the dog, and his tooth "popped out".

Benoit became good friends with Eddie Guerrero following a match in Japan, when he used an Enzuigiri kick, and knocked him out cold, starting a friendship that lasted until the Latino Heat's death. Benoit started using the multiple vertical suplex maneuver known as the Three Amigos as a tribute to his friend. With regards to the Crippler Crossface, the Canadian Crippler borrowed the move from Dean Malenko.

Chris Benoit's Signature Moves
  • Crippler Crossface
  • Diving Headbutt
  • Sharpshooter
  • Three Amigos
  • Snap Suplex
  • Gutwrench Suplex
  • High Lift Belly to Back Suplex
  • Backhand Chop
  • Backbreaker
  • Heatbutt
  • Suicide Dive

It is a sad day for wrestling fans around the world.
And I kid you not when i say that
Benoit was one of the best wrestlers ever.
The excitement and energy he brought
whenever he stepped into the ring
could only be described by one word: INTENSE.

Chris Benoit - You will be missed.

*much thanks to my friends over at
Blogmeister and The Legal Two-Timer
for tipping me on this


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Monday, June 25, 2007

The AnitoKid's thoughts on Andrew dela Serna's views.

Found this rude comment left by a certain Andrew Dela Serna, at my friend over at ManilaMom.

Andrew said, "It would have been more legit if you didn't join those link trains."

More Legit? Is there such a phrase? Are you passing judgment, Andrew? Kabayan? I respect your views and all, Mr. Andrew. Everybody is entitled to their own opinion. But what i will not tolerate is your arrogance and rudeness! What you said was uncalled for. And to come from a fellow Pinoy blogger! Imagine that!

First and foremost, link trains are not imposed on anyone - they are not compulsory, my friend. They are voluntary - plain and simple. A blogger's participation in link trains does not mean that one does not write original and relevant content in one's blog, not unless all your posts consist only of such trains.

As I've previously said before, I will not tolerate rudeness. And here is my take on the subject at hand, posted at Andrew dela Serna's blog.

  • Kabayan, i sincerely believe that it was rude of you to have made such a comment - “More Legit” - at ManilaMom’s. I sincerely and honestly believe that you owe her an apology. A big one, kabayan.

    Why do we blog? To communicate and exchange ideas and to develop friendships, right? Link trains is a way to advance such purposes. And oh! Are link trains compulsory? Are they imposed on bloggers? Have all that participated in “trains” earned money? Earned more money? Could it be that joining link trains is about having fun? An avenue of exploring other blogs? Could it be a good start to build one’s community slowly and steadily into something big? Maybe? Maybe not?

    The hundreds of bloggers who have joined such trains know that such “fun” are within the bounds of Technorati’s rules - the premiere authority in deciding what is and what is not legit with regards to backlinks, linkback, etc.’s rules are crystal clear - and they are based on Technorati data and Feedburner stats. I searched’s site high and low but couldn’t find any guidelines or so-called rules on determining what is “More Legit” and what is not. So what gives? I could only think of one thing, “Your comment was rude and uncalled for, kabayan.”

    Everybody followed the rules - Technorati,, etc. - worked within them, and did no harm to anybody. None. Nada. Zit. Zero. Wala.

    “More Legit?” When you left those those words at ManilaMom, it gave the impression that everyone who joined such trains did it in bad faith, are shady in character, and whose content are irrelevant. You are mistaken, fellow blogger. Dearly mistaken.

    I love having fun! And for me, a link train is one fun activity! It allows me to introduce my site to other bloggers and permits me to come across their sites too. And to do that while improving one’s rank and all! Now! That is a great idea, if I ever saw one!

    You owe EVERYONE an apology. And you can start by apologizing to ManilaMom."

  • "Self-serving and useless, you say. Cough cough cough. What do I see i your sidebar - Link Exchange and LinksJuice Business Directory. Yeah, not link trains alright, but could it be a relative of sort with the trains, right? Maybe the parents where all this idea could have evolved?

    Couldn’t help but think about link farms, some link directories, and legitimate blogsites (made by some SEO software and automatic blog generators) containing links to and from other blogs. Are these More Legit because they were generated by software that comes with a price?

Mr. Andrew's response:
  • "Nope, unfortunately I can’t apologize for something I strongly believe in. And to make it clear, I was not referring to ManilaMom when I made that comment. I was referring to you and your “A-list blogger” claims. If you read my post above, link trains are NOT a way to advance your blogs. Even you have 100,000 links and 99.99% of them come from link trains, Technorati will never place you near the Top 100 because that list is handpicked. You are also courting trouble from Google because link trains are essentially link farms. I do know what I’m talking about, so don’t see this as a personal attack on you or anyone. Read up on SEO and you’ll know what I’m talking about."

The AnitoKid says
(but it didn't get published - wouldn't be surprised if he will prove me wrong and publish it in the next couple of hours...or even tomorrow :)
  • I respect your views and all, kabayan. Now you claim that it was I who you were referring to in your comment at ManilaMom. Which is which? You still don't get it, do you? This isn't about what you believe in anymore, IT IS HOW you said your piece.

    Whoever said i was aiming for the Technorati Top 100? My! If I could have wished for anything related to Technorati's Top Lists, it would have been the Top 10, not the Top 100! Please do not put words into my mouth, kabayan. If you can find at least one post from my blog stating that i was aiming for such, please publish the URL for all to see and prove me wrong. Have i, in any way, disrespected the rules you set forth at (which was developed by Mr. Andrew, himself, who uses data from Technorati) in relation to the way it ranks Filipino bloggers? Have you disseminated any rules, specific rules, stating that a Filipino blogger cannot join Link Trains if it is participating or will participate in's list? I respected your rules, worked within its bounds - just like the other Pinoy bloggers in your list.

    Have you seen my post on the A-list blogger thing? Because if you did, then you wouldn't have made such a nonsensical statement and give away yourself and true intentions. The A-List blogger icon, from, highlights sites that have garnered a minimum of 500 links in the last 180 days. Never did it mention in its rules, not even once, a thing or two about link trains.

    And why are you insinuating that I am courting trouble from Google? Again, you are putting words in my mouth, kabayan. I have followed Google's rules, just like everyone else. Bloggers far more experienced than me and RESPECTED too have initiated and joined link trains within the confines of the rules of Google, Technorati, Bloglines, etc. Why haven't I heard you commenting on their take? Why single out a Filipino blogger? A NOVICE PINOY BLOGGER?

    I have had my fair share of read on SEO, my friend, and I sincerely believe I know where I am coming from. Honestly, do you know where you are coming from? You may know more about SEO stuff and all, but can you differentiate good from bad? Right from wrong? Politeness from rudeness? Look before you leap, kabayan. Because if you do not, you may just end up flat and splat on your face.

    And in the context of the words spoken by my good friend over at DoshDosh,

  • "No one else is entirely responsible for the Most Favorited List, the Top 100 List, or any other list for that matter. Not disgruntled A List bloggers in danger of losing their coveted spot in the Top 100, nor bitter pundits who are irritated that collective action and efforts by small-time bloggers can yield results that are superior to what they have achieved individually.

  • To insist that new blogs entering the Top 100 list (or any other kind) will lower the credibility and value of the entire list automatically assumes the imposition of an objective value standard for such list or any list for the matter!

  • One should not presume to understand or appreciate how millions of bloggers perceive the Technorati ranking system. Nor should one assume that one's vision of the Top 100 or any other ranking list is a subjective value that is inherently shared by all bloggers in question."

    I respect your views, Mr. Andrew. Believe me, I honestly do. I could have insinuated that you are just envious that ManilaMom submitted two (2) very favorable reviews on the AnitoKid Chronikos. But, NO! I did not insinuate such a thing! I could have said that you are just sour graping because The AnitoKid is currently ranked #15 against your #41 standing in, a list that you, yourself, Mr. Andrew, created. But, NO! I did not express such thoughts! Or I could have remarked, "Why only now? I made posts when I entered your Top 100 and Top 50 and Top 20, yet you didn't say anything! And i was an active participant at DoshDosh's Technorati Favorite Exchange Project then! But NO! I did not jot down such views! Moreover, I could have indicated that you crave for attention, readers and all - and those are the reasons why you posted such an irresponsible comment. But, NO! I did not insinuate such things! Etc. Etc. Etc.

    And do you know why I did not express such views, Mr. Andrew? It is because I respect your thoughts, kabayan. Blogging is about sharing ideas and developing friendships. And after all is said and done, I guess it all boils down to one thing - RESPONSIBLE COMMENTING. This is all i ask from fellow bloggers, Filipino or not. No more. No less.

The AnitoKid in 2007's Top 10 Emerging Influential Blogs!

A writing project thought up by Janette Toral at Reflective Thinking - Taking the 8th Habit Challenge is on its sixth week, my friends. A summary of entries and their choices in The Top 10 Emerging Influential Blogs in 2007 shows that the AnitoKid is included in the Top 10.

Even though the contest is far from over, I would like to take this opportunity to thank Reflective Thinking and fellow bloggers who took time out to nominate the AnitoKid. Much thanks fellow bloggers! Win or lose, i will always remember this day, the day you showed your love and vote of confidence for the AnitoKid! And I promise you that I will do everything in my power to promote this blogging art and Pinoy bloggers, in particular. Mabuhay kayong lahat!

Much Thanks to My Friends and Fellow Bloggers
Nominating the AnitoKid
  1. Blogmeister
  2. CultureShiok
  3. I Am Sam
  4. Jay Bubwit
  5. Kegler 747
  6. ManilaMom
  7. Shamanism
  8. Sweet Avenger

And to the other nominees,
"I am honored to be in your company."

For the sixth week, Reflective Thinking received a total of 4 entries from Zero6two6, Kegler747, Caranijuan, and Marcia. There were more but we can only include those who were able to post a comment in the writing project page for inclusion.

There were 9 blogs cited from the 4 entries (excluding additions made by past entries). Those included in the list of the blogs mentioned is as follows:
  1. The Anitokid Chronikos
  2. An Apple a Day
    Happy Slip
    Micamyx - DagupeƱa Dreamer
    Running on Empty
    Simply Wired for Development
    The Philosophical Bastard
    This Eclectic Life

Combined with week 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5, Reflective Thinking now has a total of 102 writing project participants citing 370 blogs. This is the overall ranking of the blogs mentioned in these entries, as of today:
  1. An Apple a Day (21 mention)
  2. Make Money Online with a 13-Year Old (15 mention)

  3. Culture Shiok! (14 mention)
    The D Spot
  4. The Philosophical Bastard (13 mention)
  5. Make Money Online with Dosh Dosh (11 mention each)
  6. It's not only fruity, it's oaty! (9 mention)
    Confessions of a Hopeless Romantic
  7. Studies in Technopreneurship (8 mention each)
  8. C5's How to Solve the Problem (7 mention each)
    Dabawenya Jud!
    from the boondocKs
    I Heart Manila

    Quotes in Can
    Successful Blogging Tips by Gary Conn
    The Dork Factor
  9. Career Ramblings (6 mention each)
    Gibbs Cadiz
    Life is Good
    The Anitokid Chronikos
  10. Make Money Online Free: Courtney Tuttle (5 mention each)
    Make Money Online with Ja Kel Daily
    My Tech Life
All blogs listed in week 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6, won't be re-posted unless it gets chosen again by entries submitted in Week 7 or still included in the total The Top 10 Emerging Influential Blogs in 2007.


The AnitoKid for the Filipino Blog of the Week Award

The AnitoKid Chronikos has been included in the Filipino Blog of the Week Award. Voting is now on, my friends. You can visit the site at The Composed Gentleman and vote. :-)

It's quite an interesting list of nominees, dear friends. And they are all Pinoy Bloggers! Could be an interesting read for all of us. :)


Have a Glass of Blogjuice from Bloglines

Here's another link train with a twist! A Bloglines spin! Got it from my friends over at The Broken Bow and

Spud Oregon at Nice4Rice recently posted about needing more blog juice in order to be accepted into various money-making programs like ReviewMe. He found that despite his high ranks in Technorati and Alexa combined with a fairly significant number of inbound links, he encountered some trouble being accepted to some programs.

The problem was likely due to his Bloglines subscription count, thus, Spud decided to work hard at growing his Bloglines subscriber count. Part of his efforts at improving his Bloglines feed reader count was to partake in the Bloglines List started by Darin Carter. You don’t need to be tagged to get on the list; simply copy the list below, and follow the directions!

***Start Copying Here:***

The rules:

  1. If you don’t have a bloglines account signup for one, if you do have a bloglines account sign in to your account!

  2. Write a short introduction paragraph about how you found the Bloglines list and include a link to the blog that referred you to the list.

  3. COPY the Rules and ENTIRE List below and post it to your blog. To avoid duplicate content and increase the amount of keywords your site can be accessible for, go ahead and change the titles of the blog. Just don’t change the links of the blog.

  4. Take “My New List” and move them into the “The Original List”.

  5. Add 3-5 Blogs that you’ve just added to your Bloglines List to the “My New List” section. Remember to also add the “List the Site” link next to your new blogs (i.e.

  6. Add everyone on this list to your Bloglines List by clicking on “List the Site.” Those who want good kharma will list you back. If not, you will for sure get the benefits of readers from the bloggers who continue this list after you.

My New List

KLAPKiDS - List the Site

The Original List

AnitoKid - List the Site
Big Rayvin - List the Site
Bloggista - List the Site
CashForComments - List the Site
Culture Shiok! - List the Site
Darin Carter - List the Site
David Culpepper - List the Site
DerekSemmler - List the Site
Derrich - List the Site
Dosh Dosh - List the Site
Dylan Kingsberry - List the Site
Erik Karey - List the Site
Hate the Grind - List the Site
IdiotBrain - List the Site
John Chow - List the Site
Jon Lee - List the Site
Matt Huggins - List the Site
Make Money Online Now - List the Site
Mr. Gary Lee - List the Site
Ms. Danielle - List the Site
Natron - List the Site
Nice4Rice - List the Site
Pink Internet Marketing - List the Site
Pinoy Blogero - List the Site
pyxlb0mb - List the Site
Samanathon - List the Site
Search Engine Marketing - List the Site
Sexy Celebrity - List the Site
The Broken Bow - List the Site
The Sapheyerblu Review - List the Site
Zac Johnson - List the Site

***End Copying Here***

New Friends and Higher Traffic via The MyBlogLog Community Exchange

It's been two days since I logged on and - WOW! There has been a lot of activity going on with regards to link love and link trains! Saw this interesting link train from my friend over at ManilaMom, who got it from Garry Conn. Conn
created the MyBlogLog Community Exchange himself.

I have been a member of MyBlogLog since March 19, 2007. The community, which has helped me build my circle of friends and readers, is one of the coolest networks in the blogging world! An Exchange has been developed to further expand our respective circle of friends, increase blog traffic, and improve rankings.

The Rules

Host this MyBlogLog Community Exchange and bring in more readers and backlinks. Most important, visit the blogs of the communities you have joined and participate in the discussions through comments.

  1. Join all of the MyBlogLog communities on the list below.
  2. Copy the list and paste in on a new post on your blog.
  3. Write a brief paragraph above the list to explain the game.
  4. Add 2 or 3 more MyBlogLog communities to the list and publish the post.
  5. To be added to this list, leave a comment below, including the URL of your post.

The MyBlogLog Community Exchange List:
  1. Ageless Beauty Join MyBlogLog
  2. Affiliate Programs Join MyBlogLog
  3. AnitoKid JoinMyBlogLog
  4. BetShopBoy Join MyBlogLog
  5. Chronic Headache, Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Join MyBlogLog
  6. Earn Money on the Web Join MyBlogLog
  7. Earn Online Join MyBlogLog
  8. Filipino Author Join MyBlogLog
  9. Filipino Family Join MyBlogLog
  10. Filipino Community Join MyBlogLog
  11. Free Stuff Join MyBlogLog
  12. GoldCoaster Join MyBlogLog
  13. GoldyWorld Join MyBlogLog
  14. HomeMom3 Join MyBlogLog
  15. Hot Buzz Join MyBlogLog
  16. House Hunting Join MyBlogLog
  17. IndiaPRBlog Join MyBlogLog
  18. Junky’s Wife Join MyBlogLog
  19. Kassper Join MyBlogLog
  20. KLAPKiDS JoinMyBlogLog
  21. Kyle’s Cove dot Com Join MyBlogLog
  22. Make Money Online Join MyBlogLog
  23. Making Money Through Internet Join MyBlogLog
  24. Manila Mom Join MyBlogLog
  25. Philippine Trip Join MyBlogLog
  26. Punto Fape Join MyBlogLog
  27. Ryan Shamus Join MyBlogLog
  28. ShanKri-la Join MyBlogLog
  29. Successful Blogging Tips Join MyBlogLog
This is going to be an interesting train ride!
Hop on board!
Increase traffic while discovering new blogs!


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