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    April 17, 2009

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    Talkingbees

    Hi

    Nice site, I got it from google searching,
    We are talkingbees,
    Can I put an advertisement on your site ,please inform me.

    Ian

    Whatever you do, don't mention the word 'smoke.' In my online novel I have two characters who smoke heavily and I make several references to smoky rooms and stale smoke smells in car interiors. The consequence is that Google adsense has placed a load of ads for air purififiers, 'destroy smoke smells' etc etc on my blog. I don't smoke and I doubt very much that many of my readers do. All I wanted was some links to amazon and Borders.

    Ian

    That should read 'purifiers', but I have a stammer.

    peggy

    smokers are people too.

    a little more respect please

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