My ReviewI joined the fubar just over a month ago for the purposes of writing a review of the site here; in my review you will find things I liked about the site and things I didn’t.I am not sure if Fubar classes itself as a dating site or a social network site or both but if you want to meet a new love, or just looking for friends, fubar caters for everyone, it is easy to join and uploading pictures or images is very easy.You start to earn points quite quickly and before long you move up in rankings, in one month I have reached level 8.The quickest and best way to move up the rankings is to spend a lot of time on the site rating other users pictures and profiles, adding yourself as a fan and asking if you can become a friend, soon though you will have more friend requests than you send out.A lot of people will invite you to their fubar lounges where you can chat with other fu members. You also get invites to play fubar games that are fun, and you get the chance to chat one on one.There is a lot more to fubar than first meets the eye.One of the best features of fubar is that you only need to share your pictures with whom you choose to apart from your main profile pic.What I don’t like about FubarThere are only a couple of things about fubar that annoy me, although you can put filters in your profile to prevent them, there is an amazing amount of pornographic pictures in some peoples accounts.Some comments and email you receive don’t leave much to the imagination.My experience with FubarI have been Honest and upfront in my profile, my profile picture is the same one that I have here on hubpages. I have stated that I am married and that I am looking for friends not a relationship or a fling.When I first joined fubar, I started making new friends quickly people who rated my profile and pictures because I rated theirs.I have had a couple of people who have down rated my profile but that is nothing to worry about.

This cartridge has a wealth of cutouts depicting images from years past. There are 100 old fashioned kitchen items and methods of travel, to name a few. The theme of the cartridge is Family History and it comes with words, frames, and charms too. Five years from now the Internet will be quite different from that which most of us can imagine.The vision of a “nerdish” future with a dash of Gordon Gecko Wall Street greed and a touch of youthful creative imagination and energy is one that excites us in “sleepy, far off” New Zealand. It’s a vision my ‘cyber partners/pals’ and I, as budding netrepeneurs cherish and have fully embraced one whereby the small guys ingeographically isolated communities like us, can take on the world and the major players on a relatively level playing field, except (in most cases) for miniscule advertising budgets.However, start up venture capital for “high risk ventures” is still a big problem here in New Zealand, because, unlike in Ireland, Czechoslovakia and other forward thinking countries, the government here in “Godzone” has been relatively slow to embrace the technological revolution (though they are now getting on board perhaps an impending election had something to do with it!).The successful cyber entrepreneur of today could well be the equivalent of the Rockefellers, Vanderbilts, Kennedy’s, Paul Getty’s and Henry Ford’s of yesteryear, especially in the new ENTREPRENEURIAL (nice big word) AGE, which I believe, is even more important (and a more appropriate term) than the information age. “Just do it with all you’ve got”Success and happiness lie in the journey, the ‘way of travelling’.

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