In which Daniel, Drew and Greg talk about holidays, pointless movie sequels, affiliate marketing & OneLoad.com, and the recent discovery of a little-known site called eBay. You can buy stuff from them apparently.
We started this week with a bit about tattoos. Greg is the only one of us that has one, but Drew and I are okay with that. Seems like these days, if you want to be a rebel, you should be the one without a tattoo.
Drew’s birthday was this week. He’s on vacation next week and he’s being given a Kia Sorento to use while he’s there. Drew occasionally gets vehicles to drive around and blog about. Pretty sweet deal.
Easter was this week. All our kids had a nice time with candy and presents and egg hunts. I tell a story on the show about my daughter’s letter to the Easter Bunny. Crisis averted. Barely.
Further proof that Hollywood is running out of ideas, there’s a list of 105 movie sequels that are currently in the works. Bill and Ted III? Beetlejuice II? Really?
Greg just discovered eBay. We’re not sure if that’s a good thing or not. Well – it’s good for his Captain America collection… not so good for his wallet perhaps.
OneLoad.com changed its Terms of Service, no longer associating affiliate marketing with porn. That’s a good thing, but I’m not sure they went far enough.
I have a Full pass to Affiliate Summit Central for sale. If you’re looking for a pass to the sold out conference, I’m your guy. Read all the details and get in touch with me.
Drew has taken and posted a photo a day for seven years. Seven years, not a day missed.
Lastly, Greg has started up a new podcast! It’s about fantasy baseball, and it can be heard at GeekCast.fm. Greg, Mike Buechele, Nate Smith and Eric Souza make up the cast of The Affiliate Boys of Summer.
[update – I found the sensory deprivation goggles that I mentioned on the show. They are these:
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