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The winner of the free $67 AA Gift Card is my twitter follower @GlennLader.






If you want to be bored by how I picked the winner, I numbered the comments on the post 1-43, and my twitter followers 44-153. I went to, and got a random number:




The number 67 corresponded to twitter follower #24, so I clicked on my followers and counted down to number #24.

I’ll be doing many more giveaways, and my twitter followers will always be automatically entered, so follow me now @milevalue.

The other thing I want to mention is that this blog now has one AdSense ad per page. I want to earn some income off the blog, so I can continue devoting as much time as I want to spreading the information I’ve learned and am in the process of discovering. I hope it doesn’t affect your experience here.

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