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Easy Money on the internet

Here you will learn how to earn more on Fanbox. Please read the post till the end. Hope you will find it the most informative. This post is broken into the following parts: Let's Start One of the first things you should decide is how you're going to graduate to double profits. It can be done via two methods. 1.  Knowledge Roles this method of graduating will qualify you to join the Success Coach program! You will need to be nominated by your SC and go through testing but having a passion for FanBox is a great place to start if you have a goal for being an SC. Once you have tried out the different Knowledge Roles of categorizing and rating, putting up a Provide, doing 3 good ads that get published, creating a blog post and trying out a minimum of $1 in Boost (which you get back), your tags will fill in and once the black tag is filled in - you're a graduate! 2.  

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Around the World by Adrian

It’s easy for a team to put together seven or eight wins in a row, or for a basketball player to make 15 straight free throws, or a baseball player to collect a hit in 10 straight games. Those aren’t memorable achievements, and certainly nothing for the history books. But in the world of athletics, there are some streaks, both good and bad, that will stand out for as long as we play, watch, and love sports. These are 10 of the most legendary streaks in sports history. 10. Caltech Men’s Basketball’s 207 Straight Losses For most streaks, the ones achieving it want to see it continue for as long as possible. For the Caltech men’s basketball team, however, theirs was a streak so dubious they simply could not wait to be rid of it. Beginning in 1996, the Beavers lost an astounding 207 consecutive games, a streak that continued for 11 years before finally being snapped in 2007. They finally won a non-conference game, but continued to flounder in conference games, dropping 310 straight games before finally getting a win last February. We don’t know whom we feel worse for: the people who had to endure all of those losses, or the team this historically inept program finally beat. 9. Arsenal’s 49-Match Unbeaten Streak Soccer, or football if you prefer, is a difficult sport to put together a long winning streak in, largely because any random bounce of the ball could sway a match either way. It’s especially true in the Premiership, the most prestigious professional league in the world, and home to teams like Manchester United, Liverpool, and Chelsea. But back in 2003, Arsenal began an unfathomable streak that extended into 2004, when they played 49 matches without a single loss. The “Invincibles”, as they were called, won 36 of those matches, and earned 13 draws. The streak was very nearly snapped early on, when in the eighth game of the incredible stretch, a late penalty kick clanged off the crossbar to preserve a 0-0 draw. 8. UCLA Men’s Basketball’s 88 Straight Wins Now we know that we might get some backlash because we went with UCLA’s win streak over the recent Connecticut women’s basketball streak, which stretched to 90 games, but there’s one glaring difference between the two streaks: the depth of competition. Quite simply, there is none in women’s collegiate basketball. Year in and year out, there are perhaps three or four great teams, followed by a bunch of mediocre teams. When the UCLA Bruins put together 88 straight wins, however, they were doing it against some truly great programs. The streak began in 1971, and stretched into 1974, before Notre Dame upset UCLA to snap the streak. Coincidentally, the last team to beat the Bruins before the streak began was the Fighting Irish. To put into perspective just how impressive the streak was, the previous

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TWILIGHT By Stephenie Meyer

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Stephenie Meyer - New Moon

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Stephenie Meyer - Eclipse

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Stephenie Meyer - Breaking Dawn

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Stephenie Meyer - Midnight Sun

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