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Question by chefldawg: Best home business ideas??
I’m 23 years old and I’ve been on a off about starting a home based biz I seen the travel biz is the new trend, advertising, mystery shopping, selling candles, and a few others. I’m trying to ask people who are doing well, but not so well that it sounds too good to be true. Something with a low start-up cost. would be great. Right now I’m working at Home Depot in the lot, boiling in the sun ( Florida ). The job market is really slow in my area and my bills are beating me down. I know a lot of you would say ” find a better job” ” thats life deal with it” blah blah blah I’ve tried these things and It’s not that simple . I’m just looking for some ideas I would really appreciate it. What are the hottest business trends right now. I’d be willing to invest a lot of time. Also I would be willing to possibly take out a small loan. Really looking for something where I could make $ 1000 a wk or close to it. Thanks for reading.

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Answer by Sarah
I am with ytb travel network. Dont know if you have researched it but its a good company with a good compensation plan. This is how it works… First you make commissions off of travel booked through your website (60% of total commission for flight, hotel, car etc). Tthen you make money off of the websites themselves. You get $ 50 for every person who starts their own company and every 6 people you get $ 1000 bonus and it goes up from there. And not just from you even from the people who sign under you and under them and on and on. There is no criteria that you have to do a month. You just sell the websites and refer people to your website to book their travel. If you want more info on this you can go to my site at www.jsgetaway.info or you can e-mail me directly at jsgetaway@yahoo.com
My husband and I have been doing it for a couple of months and it has been pretty good. Sometimes its hard to get people to look at the business but when they do, they see the big picture and start up. I think thats true for any network marketer out there. But I believe that any of them will work its just how much effort you put into it. I chose the travel because I know its what everybody does, its not a product that you have to sell, it sells itself.
If the travel network isnt what your looking for I wish you the best of luck!

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Conway is a free-spirited Melbourne artist who specializes in faux painting and doll furniture design. She owns Sonya Conway Designs, an interior painting service; and All Dolled Up, an American Girl doll booth at Wildwood Antique Mall of Melbourne; and she works as a cashier at the Viera Publix.
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Rod Kelley, Assistant Director of the Dean of Students’ Office of Rights and Responsibilities, told the FSView “the Dean of Students Office will continue to work with the student body to ensure a safe and inclusive environment on campus.” The Student Government Association did not make a statement regarding the resolution.

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The male was advised that if he needed to, he could talk to his Resident Coordinator, FSUPD, or University Counseling Center.

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Joe Byrd & The Field Hippies: American band… Album: The American Metaphysical Circus… Year: 1969

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Published on Jul 6, 2012

Joe Byrd & The Field Hippies: American band
Album: The American Metaphysical Circus
Year: 1969

Tracklist:

01. Kalyani
02. You Can’t Ever Come Down …………….. timeline 03:26
03. Moonsong: Pelog
04. Patriot’s Lullabye
05. Nightmare Train

06. Invisible Man
07. Mister 4th of July
08. Gospel Music
09. The Sing-Along Song
10. The Elephant at the Door

11. Leisure World
12. The Sing-Along Song (Reprise)

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ONLY META PROTO HYPER MATERIAL

Joe Byrd’s United States Of America is considered to be one of five quintessential Psychedelic albums of all time. This secondary outfit The Field Hippies is a great lineup to compliment his original band. Apart from this album and the above mentioned he’d only did one more cut on folk singer Phil Ochs’ album Treasures Of The Harbour sounding just like The United States Of America record. I wish he had released more material, because they’re so great to listen to.
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— dreyxxyz11 months ago

KICK ASS!!!!! My friend Greg, and I used to trip to this album and Pink Floyd’s, "Meddle" album in 1972, in his purple room-great times (and this was before Dark Side of the Moon came out)-Hey Greg N. from Sylvania Ohio, if you’re out there, check this out-finally on YouTube-The Psychedelic Revolution has come full circle-Hey New Generation-18 to 21-get some AK Cherry Lime, turn this on, and ENJOY-YEAH!!!
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— A sign not to break the law

During a patrol sweep of Heritage Grove on March 21 at around 1:30 a.m., an FSUPD officer noticed three males causing damage to the police substation sign. The sign itself had been disconnected from the pole and the pole had been pulled to the point it was no longer erect. The officer attempted to make contact with the males, but all three gave chase on foot.

A perimeter was set up around the building of the clubhouse with another officer. The second officer was able to apprehend one of the suspects; he was placed under arrest for Criminal Mischief and Resisting Without Violence. Moments later, the first suspect’s phone rang. The officer answered and identified himself to the caller. The caller was another suspect and did not seem to notice who was on the other end of the call. The officer told him where to meet and he was placed under arrest as well.

— Smoker busted in parking garage

On March 20, at around 11:30 p.m., an FSUPD officer noticed a black truck with its lights on in an FSU parking garage. From past experience, the officer knew this was a common place for students to smoke marijuana. When the officer made contact with the suspect, he observed that his eyes were watery and bloodshot. In plain view, the officer saw a plastic container that contained marijuana. A soda can was in the cup holder that had been turned into a smoking device. The suspect was transported to Leon County Jail for Possession of Marijuana Less than 20 Grams and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.

— Love hurts

An officer was sent to Dorman Hall to deliver a notice of no contact between two students March 18. The notice was sent to the ex-boyfriend of a current student who had been repeatedly leaving voice mails and texts. Some messages made references to the male harming himself due to the break up. The male student was then assessed for Baker Act, for which he ultimately did not meet the criteria. The male was advised that if he needed to, he could talk to his Resident Coordinator, FSUPD, or University Counseling Center.

—Police briefs compiled from FSUPD reports by Amanda Greenspan
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Legislation will create penalties for discriminatory language for students

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The 66th Student Senate passed Resolution 5 Wednesday evening, calling for hate speech to be clearly defined in the Student Conduct Code as well as for penalties for using hate speech.

The resolution began as a referendum on the Fall 2013 elections ballot after a video posted on the social media platform Vine in which an FSU student made racist comments ignited a debate both on and off the university’s campus.

The university followed federal law definitions of “hate speech” when dealing with the incident because the conduct code did not clearly define hate speech. The referendum was headed by the university’s branch of the civil rights group Dream Defenders and the Black Student Union. They obtained over 800 student signatures to add the referendum to the ballot.

On the ballot, 1,835 students were asked if they agree with the statement: “We the students of Florida State University acknowledge that hate speech targeting FSU students is not in line with the values of the Seminole Creed. Hate speech should be clearly defined in the Student Conduct Code and penalties for using hate speech should be added to the Student Conduct Code.” Of those 1,800 or so students who responded, 82.4 percent of them said they agreed with the statement.

“These are issues that students are talking about,” student senator Eugene Butler said. “This is something I think is great that student voices are directly impacting student government.” Butler has held Seat 9 for the College of Arts and Sciences for two consecutive terms. He co-sponsored the resolution, along with Senator Leah Montenegro. Both senators worked together on drafting the resolution.

At Wednesday’s Senate session, the legislation faced many questions regarding how the addition to the Student Conduct Code would impact the First Amendment right of free speech. One student senator, who asked to remain nameless, said his main concern was students’ right to speak freely.

“I do not think anyone should be harassed or discriminated on FSU’s campus; however, the First Amendment right of freedom of speech cannot be denied,” the senator said.

Other student senators questioned why hate speech was not clearly defined prior. Senator Butler assured the First Amendment rights of students would be protected. “We will be working with President Barron, Dr. Coburn, and their general council to ensure the legislation would never deny the first amendment right,” said Butler.

Student Government statues require at least 10 percent of the student body
population to participate in a referendum for action to be taken. Because the referendum did not hit the 4,000 mark, SGA is not required to take any action. “Just because we didn’t have that good of a turnout for our fall elections, I didn’t think this type of issue should be laid of rest or ignored,” said Butler.

According to Resolution 5, the legislation was forwarded to both student leaders and university administrators. Among them were FSU President Eric Barron, Student Body President Rosie Contreras, Dean of Students Jeanine Ward-Roof and Vice President of Student Affairs Mary Coburn. Senator Butler says he will be following up to ensure this issue receives attention from university administrators.

Rod Kelley, Assistant Director of the Dean of Students’ Office of Rights and Responsibilities, told the FSView “the Dean of Students Office will continue to work with the student body to ensure a safe and inclusive environment on campus.” The Student Government Association did not make a statement regarding the resolution.
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Melbourne painter motors in Mystery Machine: Sonya Conway of Melbourne drives a work van painted like the Mystery Machine of Scooby-Doo fame. By Craig Bailey and Tim Walters Posted Dec. 6, 2013

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MELBOURNE — For years, surprised Space Coast motorists have caught fleeting glimpses of a psychedelic Saturday-morning-cartoon van with eye-popping turquoise and lime-green paint, orange wheels and a yellow bumper sticker asking “W.W.S.D. — What Would Scooby Do?”

Zoinks! It’s The Mystery Machine!

Sonya Conway’s Hanna-Barbera-ized 2001 Dodge Ram Van has drawn parking-lot gawkers across Brevard County since she unveiled her trippy paint job, valued at ,000, about seven years ago.

“Driving across the Eau Gallie Causeway, a cop pulled up to me and flagged me over to the side of the road. And I was like, ‘What did I do?’ And he said, ‘I just want to take a picture,’ ” Conway recalled.
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Sonya Conway poses with her van painted like The Mystery Machine from the Scooby Doo cartoons. / Craig Bailey / FLORIDA TODAY

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— The Mystery Machine

The Mystery Machine played a critical role in the original “Scooby Doo, Where Are You!” animated series that made its debut in 1969. Though Wikipedia entries are sometimes sketchy, the site succinctly sums up the stereotypical starting subplot:

… • The Mystery Inc. gang turn up in the Mystery Machine, en route to or returning from a regular teenage function, when their van develops engine trouble or breaks down for any of a variety of reasons (overheating, flat tire, out of gas, etc.), in the immediate vicinity of a large, mostly vacated property (ski lodge, hotel, factory, mansion, cruise ship).

… • Their (unintended) destination turns out to be suffering from a monster problem (ghosts, Yetis, vampires, witches, etc.). The gang volunteers to investigate the case.
By show’s end, Scooby and the teens invariably unmask the villain, who dejectedly declares that he would have gotten away with it if it wasn’t for those meddling kids.
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— Van doubles as photo prop

Juliann and Bill Whipple of Satellite Beach get photographed for “unusual Christmas cards” to distribute to family and friends each year. The family has dressed up as Marvel superheroes, Star Trek characters and pirates.

Last October, their son William, then a Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy first-grader, suggested they wear Scooby-Doo costumes. By happenstance, Juliann Whipple had dinner with one of Sonya Conway’s painting clients — who mentioned The Mystery Machine.

The Whipples secured use of Conway’s van as a prop, then hired Melbourne photographer Caroline Julianna for a Wickham Park photo shoot. Juliann dressed up as Daphne; Bill impersonated Fred; William was Shaggy; and pet dog Henry doubled as Scooby-Doo.

“It was awesome. We had a lot of onlookers — ‘What is going on?’ ” Caroline Julianna said, laughing. “I think people were very confused as to what was going on … they thought it was for Halloween or some kind of event.”

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“I had a semi do the same thing. A semi pulled up next to me on Turtle Mound (Road), honked, waited for me to pull over. I thought something was wrong with the van, so I pulled over. He jumps out of his rig, runs up and he goes, ‘Do you mind if I get a picture of your van for my daughter?’ ” she said

“I come out of Walmart, there’s 10 people standing there taking pictures. They’re everywhere I go. Everywhere,” she said.

In July 2009, a former Waste Management driver captured an 8-second video clip of The Mystery Machine motoring down a divided roadway, perhaps U.S. 1 or Wickham Road. The brief video has generated more than 166,000 views on YouTube.

Conway is a free-spirited Melbourne artist who specializes in faux painting and doll furniture design. She owns Sonya Conway Designs, an interior painting service; and All Dolled Up, an American Girl doll booth at Wildwood Antique Mall of Melbourne; and she works as a cashier at the Viera Publix.

She previously drove a purple and yellow van decorated with glitter. But that vehicle fell apart. So she bought the used Dodge for ,000. Originally, the Dodge was painted white — but “I can’t be driving a white van. That’s not me,” she said, shaking her head.

After receiving permission from her husband, Robert, to paint the van however she pleased, she decided to replicate The Mystery Machine. Craftmaster Auto Body of Melbourne took possession of the van for three weeks.
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First, the body was painted turquoise. Then Conway labored for days after work masking off the van with contact paper and tape, and a coat of lime-green paint was applied.

Finally, Conway cut and glued 0 worth of vinyl lettering and flowers to the sides of the vehicle, and the wheels were painted orange.

The vintage vehicle remains alive in pop culture. The boy band One Direction toured Australia this fall in a pimped-out Mystery Machine Volkswagen van equipped with a 51-inch monitor, video games, lasers, hand-embroidered leather seats and a closed-circuit television system, CelebTV reported.

Last December, a Vancouver man bought the 1994 Chevy G10 Mystery Machine featured in the 2009 television movie “Scooby Doo! The Mystery Begins” on eBay for ,111, Metro Vancouver reported.

As a little-known fact, Conway uses the Mystery Machine as her work truck. Rather than Scooby snacks, the interior is crammed with floor-to-ceiling shelving amid a hodgepodge of paint, tools, buckets, caulk, tape and other supplies.

Unfortunately, rowdy hooligans zeroed in on the Mystery Machine two years ago at her home and damaged the paint job.

“It’s a target of eggers. It gets egged. One summer, it got egged every day. This is all from eggs,” Conway said, pointing out ruined clear-coat on a side panel. “People are like, ‘Let’s go egg The Mystery Machine!’ And every day, I’d come out here and there’d be eggs.”

The ultimate question: Why did Conway decide to replicate the Mystery Machine in the first place? Alas, she doesn’t exactly know.

“There’s no logical explanation. I’m just a very strange person, and I wanted something fun. White is not normal to me,” she said.
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