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Put Your Twitter Account to Use!

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After a quick Google search I found that there is a few other companies that claim you can make money with your twitter account. However Sponsored Tweets seems to be the only one that seems to be legit.  The other ones I have looked at always have a disclaimer saying they are not affiliated with twitter.  I should say I could not find out if ST is affiliated with Twitter or not.  However, the fact that a disclaimer isn't on the site leads me to believe that Twitter is on board with this program.

It works in the same way most of these programs work.
You have to have a Twitter account, then you sign up at sponsored tweets.  You can set your own price per tweet, this can be on your ST profile or you can put "call for price" in that section. 

Many celebrities have jumped on this ban-wagon. And, I have a feeling that more will soon.  It will be interesting  to see how big this gets.   ST has very stern disclosure rules, so it should be easy to see when a tweet is sponsored.  

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"White Dice" Lighter

white dice 1

I got this at the same place I got the "Red Dice" lighter (Family Dollar). There was a top that was for a "Clear Dice" version but there was no lighter part, otherwise I would have bought the Clear Dice one too.

white dice 2
"I put cards behind it to go with a Game theme, lol."

Someone should make one like this but have the dice be able to spin so you can make the sides add up to what you want. If you used it a lighter (and did not put on a shelf like me) it would give your fingers something to do.

I have a few new lighters that I need to post, I am just slow and things get in the way of getting online, lol.
Here is a stupid article on "decorating a disposable lighter". I like the idea, but for more of a "time filler". I would not go buy disposable lighters just to decorate them.

And, if you use a sticker you will lose it when you have to throw the lighter away. So, you can't use one that you really like . I do like the fabric idea. But, again you have the problem of losing the cool fabric. She should have wrote one about making lighter covers(that you can take the lighter out of and replace it with a new one) (or buying plan lighter covers and decorating them). Maybe I will make one for myself and put how I did it on here.

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Crystal Lighters

Using only the highest quality
Swarovski crystals
Handcrafted in the Cricket Premium Paris Piece by piece Manually.
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These are some expensive Lighters ($60 a lighter), they are pretty and cool. If I had $60 buck to waste on a lighter I would buy one of these for my collection.

The Lighter Collection ( a story by Gail Louise Siegel)

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The Lighter Collection

Jack hadn't planned on collecting cigarette lighters. True, he did love wicked dancing flames, the swell of yellow-blue fire licking skyward. It was his favorite part of smoking, lighting up. Long after the kids nagged him into quitting, years after he stopped picking up souvenir matchbooks to prove to himself where he'd been, he still kept a lighter in his pocket. Like a switchblade, he never knew when he'd need it.

Then, one day, at a bar and out of neglect a woman left him a lighter as a keepsake. They'd talked long into the night. She was lonely, tired, too tired to leave, or too tired to leave with him. But she liked him. She liked the cracked brown leather of his flight jacket, a conceit for a one-time anti-war flower child, and his ash colored hair -- too long to be fashionable. It struck her as the right balance between fantasy and lack of pretension. She thought Jack had a comfortable smile -- not too eager to please, but willing."


I found this while surfing the net, it is a fun read. Click the arrows at the bottom to read other stories.


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Pocket Lighter & Pyro Gadgets Club

Sometimes referred to as the PLPG, they want to keep the hobby of lighter collecting alive. Many of the members have been collecting for years and have a lot experience to share (with other members of course). According the PLPG website, it is the place to be if you are a serious lighter collector.

Once a year the PLPG has a show (in St. Louis, other site will considered in for future shows). At the show you can buy and sell lighters, even trade (stories too, not just lighters). Members of the PLPG get a discount on lighters for sale at the show or get your lighters appraised. Entry is free (for members).

Keeper of the Flame Award:

At the St. Louis show a "Keeper of The Flame" is choosen (by past "Keeper's"). The winner gets a plaque and is featured in Flint& Flame. To be considered to the Keeper Award you must make contributions to the hobby of lighter collecting.

I have been wanting to join a lighter collecting club for a while, but I hate that they charge to become a member.

About Flint & Flame:
From PLPG website:
"The PLPG publication is called Flint & Flame. It is 5.5 " x 8.5 " of the most informative documentation on lighter collecting available to the collector today. It is published 4 times per year .

The Flint & Flame is produced in COLOR, which means you get to view clear, sharp photos of lighters as they really look. Besides informative feature articles written by knowledgeable collectors, Flint and Flame also provides lighter event details, want and sale ads (free to members) and much, much more."
This is also a perfect way to meet people with the same interest that you have, so what do you have to loose, come and join the PLPG today."