"The Anemias and Other Disorders of the Red Cell" is some pretty heavy reading, but look carefully.
Do you see it? Look closer ...
Yes, customers who bought this heavy-duty treatise on disorders of the blood ... also bought ...
Two vampire novels!!!!!
I just love a website with a bite.
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Meanwhile, speaking of Amazon, I have been getting stuff for free from there. No, really. Totally-no-strings-attached free.
You see, I have been dabbling in a little website called Swagbucks, where you do a little searching and you can be rewarded with virtual "bucks" that you can redeem for stuff (t-shirts, electronics, whatever rocks your world) or gift cards.
Seriously, it's that simple. You sign up, you download a search toolbar and just use the Swagbuck search engine instead of those other guys.
The "bucks" are awarded randomly for searching. You can also get them for taking a poll or even for finding an occasional special code. They add up pretty fast.
And then you redeem them.
My secret addiction is Amazon gift cards. In the several months that I have been a "swaggernaut," I have put together enough swagbucks to redeem for about $60 in Amazon gift cards. That's 60 REAL bucks. Nothing virtual about it.
And, dude ... this completely feeds my Kindle habit. I put those swagbuck-generated Amazon dollars into my account, where they stay until I lust after new reading material. And with a single click, Mommy gets fresh reading material -- free.
So do it. Click here and do it yourself.
I mean, really. Who doesn't like FREE?
Do I need a disclaimer here? Yes? Well, Swagbucks didn't put me up to this, nor did they compensate me in any way. But I am totally enjoying my free stuff. Thanks.