October 17, 2009 Leave a comment

Thats right folks. I’m posting and i’m not just posting about some random crap. This post shall be about the greatest thing to happen to music since the banjo. His name is Darren Foreman a.k.a. BEARDYMAN and he is a beatboxer. Before you say to yourself “Beatboxing is rubbish” I want you to take a peek at the video im am going to link to (embedding doesn’t work).

He is currently working his ass off out in the UK and area and posting videos onto youtube with over one million views. If that is not enough to impress upon you the magnitude of his awesomeness then you should also know that he is the UK Beatbox champion for 2006 and 2007.

If you want to know more about this phenomenon then visit his website at

How to Winterize your Motorcycle for Winter Storage.

October 12, 2009 1 comment


As the leaves change colours and winters icy chill approches, the over whelming feeling of dread comes upon you. Knowledge that you wont be able to feel the wind, the freedom, or the absolute joy of flying on the road is creeping. With that comes the responsibility that seasonal motorcyclists must endure, the winterizing of your beloved bike. This is suprisingly easy and can be done with minimal tears if you just follow these simplified points.


– Cleaning cloths
– Spark plug wrench
– Trickle battery charger
– Four of five quarts of high quality oil
– New oil filter
– Oil can or device to get oil into the cylinders
– Chain lube
– Fuel stabilizer
– Can of WD40
– Breathable motorcycle cover, specific to motorcycles, not a tarp.
– Kitchen plastic wrap
– Rubber bands
– Vinyl or plastic gloves
– Items to clean and wax you bike
– A location to store your bike. A heated garage would be great but if you dont have that then be sure to avoid wind, water, vermin, mildew, and chemical fumes.


– If you are storing on concrete, put it on a piece of plywood, MDF, or old thick carpet to prevent moisture
– Remove all of the weight from the wheels
– A bike stand or some blocking works
– A centerstand and blocking works
– Do not store you bike near ozone emitting devices such as motors, freezers, furnaces, or electric heaters. These gasses will deterioate your rubber parts.
– Keep your bike out of direct sunlight, this can fade the plastic and painted parts.


– Add a fuel stabilizer to the gas tank.
– Fill your tank as full as you can.
– As fuel ages the volatile components change and leave sludge and gummy substances that clog the carburetor or the fuel injectors.
– Run the bike so the gas and fuel stabilizer get the the carburetor and fuel injectors.
– Turn off the fuel line and run it dry.
– If you have a carburetor, drain the float bowls, shut off the gas petcock and drain the gas from the carburetor bowls. Consult your manual to find where your drain screws are. If you have a fuel injected bike there is nothing to drain.


– Remove spark plug wires
– Carefully remove the plugs
– Get some motor oil in the cylinders. Approximately one teaspoon of oil will work well
– Tuck the plug wires away somewhere safe so they do not arc
– Spin the motor with the rear tire and clutch in gear for a few revolutions to get the oil spread around
– Keep your face away from the spark plug holes. Oil will squirt out
– Clean and gap the plugs and put them back in. Replace plug wires


– Possibly remove the battery.
– Some batteries require charging every four weeks with a “battery tender” or “trickle” type of charger
– Built up sulfates on the plates can ruin a battery during inactivity or cold storage
– A thin coat of vaseline on the terminals can prevent corrosion


– Clean your bike thoroughly
– Don’t spray water directly in the tail pipe, it could rust
– Aviod getting the air cleaner housing wet
– Dry completly with a good chamois
– Clean and polish all metal surfaces with metal polish
– Put a good coat of wax on painted and chrome surfaces


– Clean the chain.
– Spray the built up residues with WD40
– Lube the chain


– Put oil on the front fork tubes, the part that goes inside
– Get on the bike, compress and decompress the front suspension several times
– This keeps the rubber seals from drying out and protects the front fork tubes


– Clean and treat all of the leather with a high quality treatment and dressing


– Make sure it is dry to prevent rust
– Seal the tail pipe with plastic wrap and a rubber band


– If your bike is liquid cooled, check its antifreeze levels
– Drain, flush, and replace antifreeze if neccessary
– This replacement should be done every two years
– Do not leave the antifreeze level low or empty
– Check all other fluid levels, brakes, etc


– Do not run the engine for short periods during the storage period
– Seal the air intake with plastic wrap and a rubber band


– Remove the storage cover
– Remove the plugs on the air intake and muffler
– Check tire pressure
– Give bike a good wash
– Install battery if applicable
– Give it a good tune up,
– Enjoy the new riding season!

I would like to thank the good folks at for allowing me the pleasure of publishing this article for them. If you want to know more about the BMW 650gs then check out

How to get Neighbors on Zyngas’ Farmville on Facebook.

October 7, 2009 1 comment

No one is poor as long as they have friends. That is a quote from someone who is long gone but not forgotten, except that I just forgot who said it.  That is doubly true in the online world of MMO gaming.

Zynga has created a great application on Facebook called Farmville. If you are reading this post then you probably know exactly what it is and what it is all about. So I’m not going to go into detail about it other that just to tell you that if you want to get free gifts of trees, animals and decorations then you are going to need a whole lot of friends in order to do so. It is quite nice of Zynga to set up this free game for us, but there is still the competitive urge to be the best there is. Keep on reading and all of the love in this game will be yours.


The key to gettin tons of friends and neighbors to send you gifts on Zyngas Farmville is to sign up for GROUPS. Yep, thats it, easy, simple and terribly boring. This is what I did and now I have more gifts than I know what to do with. If you want to see some proof then check the picture below. I get on average around 30+ gifts per day.


All of those trees and animals get me a lot of cash. I hope you noticed the nearly 400,000 coins in that picture. So, to recap, JOIN GROUPS. There is an army of people out there that want to be you neighbors and most of them will send you gifts every day and most of those dont even ask for a gift in return.

I will post a clickable list of all of the groups that I have joined and have helped me to get 200 friendly neighbors. All together, these groups have over 300,000 members and if you get even one quarter of those you can expect to get around 500 free gifts everyday. So just sign up to there groups for farmville and post on them that you need friends.

Your FarmVille – Add 200+300 Neighbours and Gifts in 60+70 minutes Its real
FarmVille ||Get 100s of gifts each day||
Your Farm Ville Get 200-300 Gifts Per Day
Farmville Serach&find neighbours – Best cheat for fast leveling
FarmVille Addicts International
Farmville Adder
Farmville Fan Club – Join & Earn Free Farm Cash FOREVER
And with 288,931 members …
||Farm Ville||Get 200 Gifts Per Day||

So take my advice and you will be the talk of the town and be absolutley swamped with gifts from farmville.


My first impressions of Twitter.

September 30, 2009 1 comment

This image is brought to you by the massive ammount of traffic that one blog post and one twitter comment has brought me.

So this blog seems to be doing all right. I just made my second post yesterday and have already gotten over 80 hits. How I got all of this traffic was just posting about the topic on I have over 1,000 followers on there but they are mostly marketers like myself.

What happened was that there are several sites that feed off of twitters trends and post about it on their sites so I was able to rank highly on their sites. I’m actually quite surprised about that.

I have been trying article marketing for a while now and have several articles pointing to various sites. But in all that time I never realised that twitter was such a powerfull tool for marketers. I have been told that having lots of followers is what you need to be successful on twitter but ther truth is that you just need to find the right topic, trend, or niche.

Hopefully the traffic does not fade over the next little while and can help me to make a few cents.
P.S. If you want to follow me on twitter, I am at

Zynga’s Farmville for Facebook – Tractor, Harvester and Seeder, Cheat.

September 30, 2009 1 comment

Your tractor is obsolete! There is nothing you can do! OBEY THE CHEATS!


If you have been harvesting, plowing and seeding everyday like a good little farmer then you probably know just how boring it is watching your little guy or gal walk around doing their chores. If, like me you have spent hours hating this waste then you probably saved all of your coins just to buy a tractor, harvester, or a seeder only to find out that you need farm cash to refill the harvester, tractor and seeder with farm cash!

This is how zynga makes its money so telling you this is not going to get me any friends.


You can make your like quicker easier and generally more fun by trapping your little dude or dudette inside some hay or a fence or whatever you can. Just make sure he is your prisoner. Then because he can not walk around the seeding, harvesting and plowing will be done almost as quickly as you can click on the squares.



Cheating, hacking, cracking and exploiting Zynga’s Farmville on Facebook.

September 29, 2009 1 comment

I am here and I have decided to finally post to this blog. I know it has been a while but I have something so cool that I had to share it with my lack of readership. 

I have discovered a way on facebook to make zyngas farmville game extremely easy. It is not really cheating hacking cracking or anything really bad. It is an auto clicker to trade coins for exp.


What I was doing before discovering this little trick was playing the game as normal. Adding tons of friends to get neighbors and they sent me gifts and life was good. Although the gifts were piling up and I didnt really have the time to accept all of my farmville gifts, I was still happy plugging away a little bit at a time. So then I was after experience and I discovered that plowing and planting gets you exp and you get to hang onto that exp even if you delete the plot that you just plowed and planted. So I spent half an hour plowing, planting deleting and repeating the process several million times until I started to strongly dislike farmville. 

After doing my time plowing and planting for zynga I found myself an auto-clicker. Farmville Auto Clicker This is a completly free autoclicker and if you want easy experience in farmville by zynga on facebook then download this nifty little tool for a fast leveling experience.


Now the Farmville Auto Clicker is an easy tool to use but i’ll still give you a bit of instructions. Once you download it and get it running on your screen you are going to have to plan where you want it to click on your screen. Basically what you do is run through one cycle of plowing, planting, harvesting and deleting. but before you click like you normally would you just have to make sure that the auto clicker program is at the top of your window (your main window, or front window) then hit the spacebar while your mouse is at the spot that you want the click to be. Everytime that you hit the space bar be sure to make sure that the auto clicker program is at the front of your windows. One you figure it out for yourself it is a super easy tool to use to get really easy farmville experience.

I spent half an hour using this program at 700ms per click and it gor me from the beginning of lvl 19 to half of level 21. I was extremely impressed with this Farmville Auto Clicker because while all of this great exp gaining was going on I was off having dinner, watching TV and enjoying life instead of playing this rediciously addictive game. If you are hooked on farmville by zynga on facebook then you need to get this going.



August 22, 2009 Leave a comment

quitWelcome to the new site. It has just been created today, Aug 22.

I will be telling you all about the secrets that the online marketers want to sell you. Sometimes they want to charge thousands of dollars for this info. Usually it is under $100 and I have bought my fare share of those. One thing I noticed is that they are all the same info and that it is just common sense.

I’ve called this because if you get stick with it you can make enough to quit that job that you hate.

So keep reading, subscribe and i’ll tell you everything that you need to know to get started and build that online empire of your dreams.

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