Wednesday, June 24, 2009

I'm Not Selling Out

I'm buying in.

Yes, the ads are a little . . . off topic. But would it kill you to click on an ad for 1,600 prolife products? Is a Jesus belt buckle really that unfashionable? And what about your career? You could totally have your master's in 16 months- online! Who doesn't need that kind of personal and professional advancement?

Besides, I've earned $0.41 this week. Three more weeks, and I can have a coffee from Dunkin' Donuts.


  1. I clicked the "Truth About Atheists" ad. It went to an atheist blog and was actually a good article.

  2. There are ads? they don't seem to show up for me

  3. I clicked on the Unplanned Parenthood link for ya. As a lesbian, I must say that the link was oh so relevant to my life. :-)

  4. I got an ad about sun chips for a womens world, instead of a man's world. It was all about how eating 100 calorie packs of sun chips can help you lose weight and feel good about yourself so you can fit into your dress. Totally awesome, and totally just like all women! All the care about it looking good in dresses to turn on their man (because a woman is nothing without a man!)

    So, I clicked on it, and I want a report on how much clicking on the ads increases your revenue (I am assuming that the .41 cents earned was because no one clicked on them?)

  5. wow guys- $6.82, and Robert got to feel like a woman!

    a win all around.

  6. Clicked on the Pro life! I loved looking through their banners.

    I heart this one:

    And this!

    These products are so great!

  7. I missed my chance to click on a link about getting a free c-section kit. I can imagine nothing more relevant in my life.

    Well, maybe a pizza recipe using green moon cheese. I mean, it's at least theoretically possible that there might be a point in my life where knowing about c-sections is relevant...

  8. That much? Really? Shit, I'll be clicking every time I come here from now on (it'll save me from having to 'donate' to your glasses fund!)

  9. you know, geds, when you end up having to give someone an emergency c-section in the back of a plane, you'll thank me.

  10. Al I get are pro-life ads with itty bitty babies looking oh so cute, not all screamy the way they look in real life.

  11. "why, why won't it stop screaming?! make it stop screaming!"

  12. i tried (yesterday, in the ad i linked in that other comment section)

    i actually crashed my computer. that website i went to. i'm pretty sure that it was basicly just a "crisis pregnancy website", although i saw "other" medical things before my computer freaked out over the site...

  13. "why, why won't it stop screaming?! make it stop screaming!"

    [reaches for a pillow]

  14. I'll click on them no matter what they are ;)

    Is there a thing about staying on the page for so long in order for it to count or anything like that?

  15. how fitting is this

    The year 2008 has witnessed many prophecies being fulfilled, especially the Seven Thunders of the Book of Revelation, which the apostle John saw but was restricted from recording. Those thunders, which will continue to increase in strength and frequency, are revealed in this book, as well as detailed accounts of the final three and one-half years of man's self-rule on earth, which are recorded in the account of the Seventh Seal of Revelation.


  16. oh and I got one for the Toronto Abortion Clinic... I better keep that one handy ;)


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