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Despite the fact that my old blog worth $15,242.58 according to technorati and the new blog worth $0.00 I'm not going to use the old one again, it's third in my blogging life to erase my blog and start new one, but this time I'm going to stick with, however i'll re-post some of old blog good posts, and now please update your bookmarks.

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