Totally my style of music, totally not my style of aerobics class:
The handsome guy at the back of the class could totally get into my class for free, though. lol.
Gymnastics, Lycra, boobies and balance beams:
Impressive splits and ball work.
I'm calling a studio today to see how much the rental for my class will be. It's going to take place somewhere downtown. I'll keep y'all posted.
IN OTHER JOBS:
I keep getting identical spam messages sent through Craigslist and they really piss me off because I get my hopes up for a legit offer, only to go, "Oh no, not this AGAIN":
I saw that you posted an ad on Craigslist on 9/24/2009.
First, let me start off by saying that I hope that you had good luck with your "Local model looking for odd jobs (Montreal)" post. I love using Craigslist to sell my stuff, as it almost always sells so fast, and usually for around my asking price. Although, gosh, I sure do meet some of the most, ummm, interesting people sometimes.
Anyway, the reason that I am emailing you is because I know of a website that is wanting to work with people in or around Montreal, that are interested in starting their own Internet business. You can do this either part-time or full-time - it's entirely up to you.
I don't want to rush you into making a decision, but this same offer is going out to all people who posted an ad on Craigslist in Montreal, and I wouldn't want you to miss out on your chance to be taught everything you need to know, completely free, to start making money online.
This is perfect for you if you have absolutely no experience whatsoever with working online; no educational or special skills are required, as all training is provided for you.
This is perfect for us Craigslist users, because we obviously already know how the basics of how to use a computer, and we pretty much know our way around the Internet.
So, if this sounds like something you might be interested in, you can check out our website, and I hope that you choose to apply.
Thanks for your time,
"This became a credo of mine . . . attempt the impossible in order to improve your work. - Bette Davis"
Dear BS Research,
Hey. I got the e-mail that you sent through Craigslist on 1/12/2010, as well as on 9/30/2009, 10/13/2009, 10/29/2009, 11/15/2009, 12/6/2009/ and 12/26/2009.
First, let me start off by saying that I have had good luck with my "Local model looking for odd jobs (Montreal)" post. I love using Craigslist to sell my ass, as it almost always sells so fast, and usually for around my asking price. Although, gosh, I sure do meet some of the most, ummm, interesting people sometimes, like spankers, bug squishers and hand-in-the-pants.
Anyway, the reason that I am emailing you is because I know you wanted to waste the time of people who live in or around Montreal, that likely not very interested in starting their own Internet business.
I don't want to rush you into making a decision, but this e-mail is going out to all of the people who read my blog in Montreal, and I wouldn't want you to miss out on your chance to be taught everything you need to know, completely free in this e-mail, to LEAVE US THE F*** ALONE.
Thanks for your time,
"To spam or not to spam, that is the e-mail" -- [Ham]let
NEW! Today is Virgin Radio's year broadcasting anniversary in Montreal and the 4 month anniversary of "One Hundred Jobs". I'm celebrating by....
Going to eat lunch in my kitchen. Virgin is downtown with 1000 cupcakes if you want a free lunch.