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Wednesday, January 17, 2007

Hypnotic Buckling


The picture where you can see my gym was taken yesterday.

The picture were you can't see my gym was taken today.

Leaves and tree limbs have so much ice on them that they are buckling and breaking. I can't walk down my driveway let alone drive down it.

Not only are Texans not used to a winter like this, but even Texas trees aren't.

Wherever you are, stay warm.

Ao Akua,
Joe

PS -- My Hypnotic Writing book became a top 100 Amazon bestseller today. Even ice can't stop the Internet for long. See http://snipurl.com/HypnoticWriting Please support my efforts to make the book a top ten bestseller today by getting a copy or two and telling friends about it. The published version that came out today is an updated, expanded, and enriched new version of the famous e-book, now containing more information -- including a complete section of Hypnotic E-mails -- including advanced as well as basic secrets -- and revealing my own tried and true persuasion (with love) formula. Thank you.


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3 Comments:

Blogger laurab said...

It's funny how perfectly the branches close off the doorway, but not in a foreboding way. It just says "not today, the gym is closed."

4:11 PM  
Blogger Joe Vitale said...

I'm with you. "Not today." :)

4:12 PM  
Blogger Benoit Emile Michaud said...

It's funny how climate changes affect all of us, here in Quebec, we had a pretty warm winter (until now), we saw grass in early january. It was also the first time in my entire life that I saw grass on christmas...
And now you guys have what I'd call a real winter...funny :)

10:31 AM  

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