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so I guess as a blog we've made 16 dollars via Google ads. I still have yet to see a penny of this. but I do think it exists, somewhere, floating in the blogosphere, much like the Christmas magic that is used to animate snowmen to life.

anyway, I have no idea what to do with this money when it actually comes to fruition. I'd like to pay all my wonderful bloggers, but that will come down to like, 2 dollars a person, if that.

so I think I'm just going to donate it to charity when it does come. but, um. I don't know which one. I mean from my standpoint they are all fairly worthy causes. ...

or we could give the money away.

SUGGESTIONS PLEASE, I AM GOING TO KEEP WORKING ON MY MIDSUMMER MIX

(interesting note: I typed "midsexmer" instead of "midsummer" on my first try).

Comments

  1. from Nader Bouberhan

    well, I would love contribs to get paid. ;)

    but if you had to give it to charity, can you give it to the Maria Sharapova foundation/or Fund.

    after all, she is hot!! and she does charity work.

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  2. http://www.mariasharapova.com/foundation/defaultflash.sps

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  3. Mid-summer mix competition. Winner picks the charity.

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  4. Mid summer mix,
    I am game.

    i hope everyone is game as well.

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  5. what are the rules?

    what reviews?

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  6. from a humble reader.. I would LOOOOVE mix competition

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