let the robot bring you money while you rest

Regards, Webmaster! Unlike a lot of emails you might get, I wanted to instead provide you with a word of encouragement – Congratulations

What for?

Part of my job is to check out websites and the work you’ve done definitely stands out. It’s clear you took building a website seriously and made a real investment of time and resources into making it top quality.

There is, however, a catch… more accurately, a question…

So when someone like me happens to find your site – maybe at the top of the search results (nice job BTW) or just through a random link, how do you know?

To that end we must ask ourselves, what is knowledge? What defines a thing that which is known? Can this be known? Is this not a recursive act, to conceive of a definition which would require its own definition to finalize itself? Is knowledge possible?

Yes! Passive income opportunities are abound! AI, crypto, AND make money online? All of this and more! Act fast! Sleep. Reap rewards. In a hectic as well as very affordable world, reliable interaction has actually come to be more critical than ever; let the robot bring you money while you rest. The studies show 7 out of 10 visitors don’t hang around – you can’t afford to lose them! You can’t afford to sleep on this opportunity to grow now. You can’t afford to sleep.

You can’t afford to rest. Let the robot do it for you. AI boom. Chatgpt. Eric Adams hustle bracelet. Let the robot bring you money while you rest. You can’t afford to rest. You can’t rest. You can’t.



Finally, Sammie’s back with a new playlist. Except the playlist isn’t new at all! It’s very old, actually. Sammie’s back with a new very old playlist, finally.

This playlist predates Trash Garbage. In fact, Sammie sharing it with Matthew is what spawned the earliest conversations of “what if we had a blog that just published the kind of playlists we wanted but couldn’t ever find.” How could we, Bloggers, keep you from this important Trash Garbage Lore?

This 5-hour playlist has gotten Sammie through many a workday and many a work project. It’s ambient electronic, with almost no vocals to speak of, but just enough light percussion to keep your brain engaged. The songs were chosen for the playlist by queuing up a bunch of albums and then, if I was able to work through a period of time, I picked a couple of the most pleasing to keep as future background noise. Hopefully it helps you focus like it has helped me.