Webwork - 8:25 pm on Aug 10, 2012 (gmt 0)
wolf, it seems no matter what the topic/subject, so much is "relevant, not absolute" - as in "It's nice to make a $$,$$$ sale buttttt . . a fair bit of risk was taken on . . plus considerable cost, in terms of time and money . . and there are long "quiet" (no reasonable offer) periods . . and, they keep changing the playing field, ball and rules . . and . . "
People who suggest there's easy money to be had are usually selling something . . . like a system to make easy money. :-/
All that wisdom/nonsense aside, during the economic downturn it's been very nice to supplement my income with some . . . easy money . . :P (<- tongue, firmly in cheek)
Concommitantly, to say "No" to offers during economic downturns IS it's OWN source of . . *
(*See "and . . ", above, as in I will now insert "and, there's a certain amount of brain perturbing second guessing of one's self from time to time . . ")
So, ain't nobody else (occasionally) thumping themselves on the head, post-saying-NO, and questioning their own . . sanity . . savvy . . rationality . . common sense . . practicality . . ? (You either need to pick better domains, so you get offers, or at least say "No" once in awhile for the sheer perturbation of the experience . . either you or "them" (being perturbed))