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I wonder how old you are Jeremy, and where do you have your network? Did you get this site up in your pajamas in your basement with a beer in your hand? Because thats how i am trying to get my website up that way...(i know i am too young to drink - i only drink DNA)
No, i am not stalking Jeremy. I was reading an article and it said that the majority of webmasters who are successfull is over 30. Actually i personally dont believe that. Thats why i was wondering Jeremy's age. Ohh and i am straight.
Really, over 30. I don't believe that either. But if its true, I can't wait 7 more years to become successful. I need that now with my webdesign, but never have the time to get working on my own stuff.
That's great your straight too..
At least you have 7 years to become a successful webmaster. I still have 11 more years. You know i feel like i should stop doing anything until i am 30, and then do the stuff i have in my mind. I find time to work on my stuff but for some reason i never get them to work properly