Gerald Pilcher Thoughts Intro

This is not the usual type of blog! it’s my thought’s like and some dislikes! and it’s loaded with non internet marketing topics and general articles and images that I scrape from here and there… have a look around and you will see that 🙂 I also like to post here offer emails that I have …

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Matt LeBlanc (Yes, Joey From Friends) Is Just the Guy to Resurrect Top Gear

Top Gear is back! Officially the worlds Most Widely Watched Factual TV Program, the car show, which was really more about three middle aged blokesand their controversial adventures, lives on, with a new season kicking off this weekend. The blokes in question are Jeremy Clarkson, James May, and Richard Hammond, who jointly left Top Gear …

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I Wish I Was A Train Because Trains Dont Wait For People

I wish I was a train because trains always know where theyre going. They know their way and they know their stops. They dont stop at the wrong station and they dont stop at stations that dont have room for them. They always make sure that the station knows, that the station is ready and …

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Meet The Tree Thats Older Than The United States

The early European settlers of America are known for bringing lots of new things to the continent: hats with buckles on them, smallpox, and their Puritan value system. But, in a field in Danvers, Massachusetts, there remains to this day a living piece of history that bears testament to the durability and longevity of these …

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D-Day Fast Facts

(CNN)Here is a look at D-Day. Allied troops invaded Normandy, France, on June 6, 1944, in order to fight Nazi Germany in World War II.   Facts:The largest amphibious invasion in history.   The invasion’s code name was Operation Overlord General Dwight D. Eisenhower commanded the operation, and plans were made to land in Normandy, …

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Facebook and Microsoft Are Laying a Giant Cable Across the Atlantic

  The project expands the increasingly enormous computer networks now being built by the giants of the Internet as they assume a role traditionally played by telecom companies. Google has invested in two undersea cables that stretch from the West Coast of the United States to Japan, another that connects the US and Brazil, and …

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go get your freebie

Hi, Gerald here, Just another quick update from me today as I know you are enjoying this lovely weekend. As I mentioned before I have a product launch today! Launch Saturday 28th May at 10.00 EST 4.00pm GMT Profitable Email Marketing Re-Brandable Software It’s free go grab it 🙂 http://online-buys.com/1/profitable-email-marketing/ I hope you find this …

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Here Are 6 Super Useful Hobbies You Should Take Up This Summer

Congratulations kids, you’re either strolling into another relaxing summer after spring semester or you’ve finished commencement and are about to get smashed in the face by reality. Regardless of your situation, the warm summer months packed with downtime are prime for picking up a new skill. Here are some hobbies you should try out this …

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10 Old Fashioned Dating Habits We Should Make Cool Again

1. Coming to the door to pick someone up. I think we’ve all had it with the incredibly unromantic “here” text, and meeting up always seems to be more casual and platonic than the alternative. Of course, meeting someone from online or any circumstance like that would probably be the exception to this rule, but …

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Man loses part of his penis to angry toilet snake

The toilet snake takes many shapes. To some, it’s a circular shit that coils up like soft-serve as it exits the body. Others consider the toilet snake synonymous with augers used to rid your pipes of particularly nasty clogs. In some countries, a toilet snake is exactly what you think it is: a waterborne python …

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How Many Colors Can You See In This Spiraling Optical Illusion?

Put Photoshopaway and get ready for a migraine. Can you work out how many colors are used in this spiraling image? It may seem like a simple answer butyour fickle senses and perception might be playing a trick on you. The image was created byAkiyoshi Kitaoka, a Professor of Psychology at Ritsumeikan University in Japan. …

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