Tuesday, May 27, 2008

A Reader has Unsubscribed...

I was shocked to read that after I posted my Memorial Day message that someone unsubscribed from my blog and listed the content as irrelevant.

Yes, it's irrelevant to think about our troops. I agree. It's irrelevant to think about people dying. I agree. The think about those who think that it's irrelevant is that they're sitting around with their head stuck in the sand not paying attention to the world around.

Even the Law of Attraction requires that on some level you take action. If you're sitting around thinking great thoughts and being peaceful, you still have to take action to move things into your plain of existence. It does not happen automatically.

If you don't fill out the card to enter the contest, the winning check will not arrive to you magically. Take action! Fill out the card and then know that you're going to win, and you shall win.

But please if you don't want to read posts...just unsubscribe, but don't have the limp neck to tell me that the content being posted into this blog is irrelevant.

I am a Disabled US NAVY Veteran and Damned Proud of my time in service. Everytime I look at my HONORABLE DISCHARGE certificate I know that I earned it. My family has given a lot to this country in the preservation of freedom and will continue to do so.

Why? Because it's RELEVANT.

Michael Murdock, CEO
DocMurdock.com

Monday, May 26, 2008

Memorial Day - A time to remember...and change

Memorial Day always stirs memories for me. I entered the service in 1978 while still in High School. When I deployed in mid-1979 there was a bit of turmoil in the world which eventually culminated in the Shah of Iran being deposed from power and 52 Americans being taken hostage by members of that country that overthrew the government.

In 1980 life swerved me to transfer from my ship the USS America on the East Coast, to the USS Ranger CV61 which was tied up in San Diego, CA and in September of 1980 left for the Indian Ocean. We were there on station when the hostage airplane left Iran following the swearing in of Ronald Reagan. Life was definitely exciting. We were bound by that mission and those of us who sailed in Ranger still remain in touch to this day.

My father served honorably during the Vietnam War and other conflicts that I shall not discuss here. He's a decorated hero that is now suffering from PTSD as many others are. The lack of care that this country bestows on its "Veterans" is pretty damned sad. I am one of them who is denied compensation and benefits for our "service" to this country of ours. The "government" really needs to extract its head from its backside and figure out how to fix this problem. We really deserve better. It's NOT all Bush's fault. Blaming him is like Blaming TheBurgerKing when you get a lousy whopper. Neither of them run the company!

We need to treat our people better and we need to remember those who fight to preserve the freedoms which we all love to enjoy. How can I say these things? Easily. I have lived overseas. I have seen what people think of this country and how they yearn to come here because we live so freely. They admire us, respect us, and love us. They know that the ones who fight do so out of obligation to the country. More people need to take what we have with a larger grain of salt than they do and understand that these freedoms that we all hold so preciously are paid for with the blood of their brothers and sisters in arms.

When you vote this year, remember that we do need to repair what has happened over the past few years. We need to protect ourselves, but at the same time we do not need to throw our people to the lions to make this country work.

God bless America, God bless all of our troops wherever they are stationed, and most of all, God bless their families who love and support them.

Michael Murdock, US NAVY DISABLED VETERAN

Thursday, May 15, 2008

Split Payments for our 1 Year SEO Package

Hi folks. It's almost the end of the week and we know you're busy. We wanted to slip in a little bit of news to share with you.

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Today we're announcing split-payments. We're splitting the payments on our $2000 package right down the middle. Now when you sign up through a special page you can pay this in 2 installments of $1,000 each with no additional fees.

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We're not taking many clients with this offering as it's one that's quite popular when we do it. So the first 10 clients to sign up today get this pricing.

Are you going to be one of the 10? We hope so since the total value of this package with all the consulting and access you'll receive over the year has a value of $6,000.

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To your success,

Michael Murdock