Blogger Widgets When My Life Becomes a Book: Pictures and Technorati Faves...

Monday, September 21, 2009

Pictures and Technorati Faves...

First of all, I'd like to show pictures of my oldest daughter Jill's hair cut and color, she paid $109 for and I'd have to agree with her on hardly any color and the length looks about the same. I told her to go back for them to fix it, for that kind of money, you'd think they would also agree. Check out the pictures...

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So isn't it just plain crazy that Technorati still hasn't increased the number of favorites your allowed to have. Your only allowed to have 200 favorites through technorati. I would like to fave more than that, I've been signed up with technorati since May of 2006, over 3 yrs and I haven't been able to fave anyone for over a year. They say they are going to increase it, but they been saying that for over a year.

A couple of my faves are;

On The Bricks

Comedy Plus

Stuperhero Extraordinaire

What Goes Under the Sun

RennyBA's Terella

Stephan Miller


my pointless

AAA creatives

Gregers Place

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I have more, but I just listed some of my faves...thanks for dropping by, have a great Monday !!!

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Jackie said...

Oh my the only difference I see is just a touch of what looks like a burgundy based highlight.

I have to agree I would go back and want much more done for that price. she has such lovely hair.

I too am at my limit for Technoirati and starting wonder why I even bother with them.

I am an old blog as far as they are concerned now and my faves are dropping off day by day.

At one point I was over 900 and now I think I am at 115.

I would favor you. But, I like you am stuck.

I think they have developed an attitude which may lead them to think they are more important then what they actually are.

Maybe we should all get together and have a blog Technorati protest day.

Let them know how we feel and that in fact, without us, they would be out of jobs.

I still have that old hippie rebel hidden down deep inside!!

Well I'm off to drop land!!

Happy Monday!!

Struggling Parents said...

thanks Jackie, I agree, or maybe just let them all drop off and no one be involved with them big deal to a good one..!!!

Liz said...

Thanks! I added your badge. :)