Specifically, how much money are you earning for selling affiliate network products? $20, $40? You might not feel this is too shabby, considering you are making the money passively.
I’ve always grown up with music around me. My parents played music constantly when I was in the womb; gotta love the early 90s Music and have surrounded me in music since then. I lived in a middle class household. We struggled every month to pay the rent and barely had enough to put food in our bellies and clothes on our backs. We sometimes got food from the local church. It was hard, but our spirits were high thanks to music. Our CD player was always on full blast, fixing our souls with the lyrics of ingenious men and women across the world.
Waterfalls by TLC. I checked out this video because I am a big fan of Celebrity Apprentice and T-Box (a member of TLC) is one of the contestants this season. Nice song with a lot of social commentary, beautiful band members, but not outstanding. I can see why the group’s popularity didn’t last past the 90s. T-Box isn’t much of a contender of Apprentice other.
TLC was big in the 90s, and one of their hits was “Waterfalls.” So Weird Al made a parody about prank calling. His song is a warning against prank calling, saying “he won’t be laughin’ when they’re tracin’ his line/ one day the phone police will be there at his door.” One of my favorite parts of the song is a clip from the Simpsons, one of Bart’s classic calls to Moe’s Tavern. It’s one of those songs I think the parody is as good, if not better, than the actual song. Nothing against TLC though!
If you have declared yourself a geek or nerd in the past 10 years you will be laughing so hard you will fall off of your chair/couch/beanbag/other sitting device. This movie had me cracking up within the first 20 seconds and it did not stop till the end.