This is one of my favourite forum threads. Each post contains one number and we start at number 1 and post each number and see how high you can count to.
1. Your post must include a number which is clearly shown. 2. The number you post is the number after the post before. ie if the post before is number 54 then your post will contain 55. 3. You cannot post two or more consequtive posts. If you post 15 then you cannot post 16 but you can post 17, however don't go too overboard.
fifteen: A product with a purpose Fifteen Restaurant, in North London, opened to the public in November 2002. Inspired by Jamie Oliver, the story of Fifteen’s creation was filmed and broadcast on television as Jamie’s Kitchen.
Named after the first cohort of fifteen young people, the restaurant is a commercial business, wholly owned by Fifteen Foundation - a registered charity - which has at its heart a chef apprenticeship for 18 to 24 year olds.
A few weeks ago I noticed the page hits count on my non fiction story went way up on the number of daily page views. Infact, that was and still is my most read story. However, the total number of overall views on that story do not add up. The total number is not changing to match up with the daily...
My views have dropped from over 100 per day to 20+ per day for the last 2 weeks. I hit 10,000 views but did not receive the accolade that shows that. I cannot post questions, or a new forum. I hope this one gets posted.
Ok - so you cannot stay on topic in this thread! The rule says you must change the topic EVERY TIME YOU POST, thereby every post will HIGHJACK THE THREAD! please make your topic as interesting as possible so the next post will actually WANT to stay on topic but you CAN'T ! ...
To all the bloggers out there - take heart.Financial blog Bankaholic - bankaholic.com has just been sold for $15 million to the portal site "Bankrate"It's run by one person, who comments on financial matters.http://mashable.com/2008/10/02/bankaholic/The blog is pretty ordinary, but...
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