I’m Just a Bill

I just checked my FON User Zone (I share WiFi), and I had my first 5 visitors to my FON Spot!!! Yeah, that’s really exciting, I suppose. Well, it means that FON is actually working, and that is something I have been working at for a very long time. So, I just decided to open a PayPal account and changed my FON user profile from Linus to Bill. That means I am a Bill now.

Had I been a Bill already, I would have made 25 cents from these 5 connections (they were all 15 minute WiFi Ad connections). Nevertheless, Don Juan Pablo just sold his first FON Pass through his FON Spot and made around €4.

Does anybody out there remember School House Rock? Well, I am just a Bill! Learning used to be so much fun, even if there was a bit of brainwashing behind it all.

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3 responses to “I’m Just a Bill

  1. Every once in awhile, I’ll see them throw out a couple of School House Rock teasers, and I love it.

    I honestly believe that for the most part, animation was a lot more honest and entertaining in my youth.

    Although, everyone seems intent upon convincing me that nothing has changed, other than my perspective.

    Strangely, I don’t buy that load crap, ever.

  2. eric

    James,

    You know you’re getting old when you say things aren’t what they used to be.

    But, yes, cartoons are not what they used to be.

  3. Nothing is as it was, and not for the better either.

    Let my age show, it makes it far easier to reveal that my distaste for what is, has been earned by experience, not by self-delusion.

    Discrete chaos is something we all should acknowledge, even present in neurological functions.

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