Wednesday, September 28, 2011

What is Dude i hate my job?

Dude I Hate My Job is a course that I have recently come out
with that teaches anyone how to brand themselves online
and follow their passion through blogging. No matter what
anyone says, this is the future! With the tools the Internet
offers us at the moment you have absolutely no reason to
be hating your job. I like to think of the time we are in right now
as the equivelent to the Gold Rush back in the ol' days. There
are huge opportunities at the moment just waiting for you...
But I'll tell you one thing.. If you wait, you'll definitely lose out!

I've already started to brand myself online as a young 18 year old entreprenuer and I'm not going to lie.. What I've been able
able to pull off in the past 8 months is unthinkable! I now own
two different businesses and a blog that profit over six figures
per year through passive income... Yeah.. In just 8 months!

So I do know what I'm talking about! At least I think I do...
When you become a member of Dude I Hate My Job you're
going to have full access to all my step-by-step videos where
I unvail how I was able to brand myself and change my life in
less than a year. Remember.. This is all through your "passion" which makes it so amazing! It's time you follow your dreams.100DayLoans.com
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Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Lil Wayne’s ‘Tha Carter IV’ Tops Chart With Nearly One Million Copies Sold


Despite a wide array of harsh reviews, Lil Wayne managed to defy the critics and sell 964,000 copies of his ninth LP Tha Carter IV in its first week, more than enough to place the album at #1 on the new Billboard Top 200 chart. Weezy has now displaced Jay-Z and Kanye West’s Watch The Throne as the album with the second-best sales week this year, behind only the 1.1. million copies Lady Gaga’s Born This Way sold in late May. (Of course, Tha Carter IV achieved its feat without the aid of a 99-cent Amazon MP3 store deal.)

Last October, Lil Wayne’s previous album I Am Not A Human Being initially debuted at #2 on the Top 200 with sales of 110,000, after being made available only in digital format. Two weeks later the LP jumped to #1 following the release of the physical CD. Three years ago, Tha Carter III posted first week sales of 1.01 million copies.

Other new entries to the Top 10 this week include Red Hot Chili Peppers’ I’m With You at #2 (229,000) — which arrives nearly 20 years after the alt-rock band’s seminal LP Blood Sugar Sex Magik — David Guetta’s Nothing But The Beat (#5, 58,000) and Jake Owen’s Barefoot Blue Jean Night (#6, 55,000).