July 6, 2010

What's Up Wednesday

Wow, what a cheesy title. :) But it's really the best I could think of.

So last night, I'm watching this movie (not what I consider an "old" movie, only 1980) and it has good ol' Sam Waterston in it. I found Sam Waterston on Law and Order, back before it hated people like me.
Anyway, I've always liked him, because he reminds me of my dad, both physically and in mannerisms. Hearing him give a closing argument at the end of every episode was like hearing my dad's speech at a state convention (or "respond" to the TV ;)).

Anyway, so I decide to figure out just how close in age the two of them are (turns out, he's 15 years older than my dad, which shocked me), so I did a quick search. And lo and behold, I won some swagbucks!
Search & Win

What are swagbucks, you ask?

Well, in case you are among the few who don't know (because it seems like more and more bloggers are picking up on the sweet deal) Swagbucks is basically a way to get paid for messing around on the internet.

I know what you're saying - that sounds like getting something for nothing. It can't be real. Right?


Go ahead, try it out below. Search for anything. Anything. See, they make money off of the links you click as a result of your search. I'll be the first to admit that the search results aren't (yet) quite as comprehensive as a regular google search, but it's getting better every day.

Plus you get swagbucks for completing daily polls, finding "swagcodes" around the internet, shopping online and taking consumer surveys for their sponsors.

Give it a shot and make an account. You can get giftcards, physical products and even cash!

Give it a try:


  1. I've never even heard of it. I might have to try it out. :)

  2. Never heard of it... Hmm seems pretty cool

    BTW I nominated you for a blog award. Check out the entry "This is not Fake..Im back. I think"

  3. I love using swagbucks! It's like why not earn stuff while searching!?

  4. I love using swagbucks! It's like why not earn stuff while searching!?


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