Friday, July 29, 2011

Switching is good! My Sweetie said.

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Straight Talk for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

I stop watching TV now. Why watch TV anyway when all you can see is the political circus that our politicians are doing. All the bickering won’t solve any problem that we already deep in. We need some fixing with the economy.

Oh well, I already did my share. I tighten out our budget. Well, upon my Sweetie’s bickering of course. She should be a politician… she has a convincing power. LOL First she started with… "Oh Sweetest, don’t you love the idea of feeling richer and saving money?" Of course I would say yes… "Well, lets start with switching our phone to Straight Talk because I can cut our cell phone bill in half." Of course, see hit me right in the gut. That’s the password.

Why not, being under contact with a phone company is crazy if you can get everything you need without one. We surely can save a lot and we can use the extra money we could save for our… yes, “gold panning” and to buy new Hook, line and sinker. for my ice fishing this winter.

So what is it all about Straight Talk? Here are some important points of consideration to switch.
There are no contracts, no surprise bills and no credit checks. Great nationwide coverage and excellent reception/connectivity. Finally, Straight Talk only uses trusted phone manufacturers like LG, Motorola, Kyocera, Nokia and Samsung.
And their Monthly plan is awesome, check this out:
• The “All You Need Plan” meets even the needs of heavy phone users with 1,000 minutes, 1,000 texts and 30 MB of web data.
• Unlimited Monthly service is only $45, and includes calls, text, picture messaging, and web.
• Imagine unlimited calls, text, picture messaging and web for a whole year, for only $499.00!
• 411 calls are included at no extra charge.
• Free from activation, reactivation, or termination fees
And for the International Long Distance, Sweetie was excited so she can talk to her family in the Philippines often:
• Straight Talk International Long Distance Service is a flexible prepaid calling service that enables you to make international calls from your home, cell or office phone at low rates.
And yes, there is great phone selection:
• Reconditioned phones are available from $10.00 with camera, mp3 player, mobile web access, and blue-tooth capability. Great for young users!
• Amazing smart phones; touch screen phones, and app capable phones with features like voice navigation, camera, video recorder, music player, instant messaging, and Bluetooth®r, please check out these YouTube videos:
 I was really convinced when my Sweetie showed me real Straight Talk customer video on You Tube.

And for some real Straight Talk customer testimonials please check out the videos below:

C'mon life is tough, switching phone is the easiest thing to do now. I had to admit.

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It's Gold Panning Season Again

It's summertime again and I am hoping that I will be able to do gold panning with my Sweetie and my son this year. You see, they bailed out on me last year.

Sweetie took a weekend job. I was guessing she took that job to have an excuse not to go with me.

But this year, I was able to convince her to go with me without any argument. She was awesome. Now, I need to convince my son to go with us. And that will take some bribing. lol

Monday, July 4, 2011

Rain Rain Go Away

Guest post from: Bruno Smith

What in the world was I thinking moving to Seattle? When I came here a few years ago it was to live with my boyfriend of two years. Well, about three months after moving in he got kind of crazy so I decided to move out and that was the best decision I ever made. He sort of followed me for a bit and I even got a SECURITYCHOICE.COM alarm since I wasn’t sure if he might come to my house or something, but now I’m not worried at all and I hear he even has a new girlfriend. The whole thing I meant at the beginning is that I hate rain, like, hate it with a passion, so when it gets all wet outside I can’t stand it! And if you feel that way, Seattle is obviously the worst place in the country for you to move to, duh. Anyway, I’m thinking about going back to California when my lease is up but I will miss all the great friends I’ve made here!
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