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As always the ladies are free when they come with their spouse, boyfriend, or both.
Hey, I'm not going to criticize him for endorsing polyamory.

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Is a class really free if he's trying to sell you all sorts of useless crap instead of actually teaching a class??

That's really only "free" in the "timeshare seminar" sense of the word.

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Let's give him credit -- from what I see here, <a href="http://www.changedetection.com/log/net/planecents/index2_log.html">Penaz may be trying to clean up some . . . inaccuracies on his website.</a>

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I may have spoken too soon. Here's some of the metaheaders from concealcarry.net (this stuff is only visible, generally, to search engines, like Google, and is used to increase Google hits and similar).

I've pointed in red to the ones that make me, well, see red; the green are for the edification of others.

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note the beam hit and laser meta tags

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I may have spoken too soon. Here's some of the metaheaders from concealcarry.net (this stuff is only visible, generally, to search engines, like Google, and is used to increase Google hits and similar).

My understanding was that search engines pretty much ignore meta tags, precisely because of this sort of abuse.


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I may have spoken too soon. Here's some of the metaheaders from concealcarry.net (this stuff is only visible, generally, to search engines, like Google, and is used to increase Google hits and similar).

My understanding was that search engines pretty much ignore meta tags, precisely because of this sort of abuse.
Shh. Don't tell Penaz and Shade about that; they perhaps might seem to obsess about such things, also perhaps with a little help. (Check out the meta tags at ellegon.com.)

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... Firearms training, Florida, IFIA, Coconut Charlie, Joel Rosenberg, ...

Nice touch, but I didn't see anything about bowling balls or nutritional supplements. :wink:
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