Easy Money – PowerShell Scripting Contests submissions end in just two short weeks..

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Not that you need to be reminded but just in case some of you forgot –
our PowerShell Scripting contest closes in just two short weeks !

If you are not up for a Free trip to VMworld the $5,000 of extra cash
might help with back to school expenses…  The MacBook Air as a second
prize is also very nice ;).

Hurry contest ends – August 30, 2008, 11:59pm PST

Winners will be announced Sept 7th, 2008

For more information


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  1. The television network, the CW, premiered a new drama on October 5th, 2008, called Easy Money, from the producers of the Sopranos. The show is based around a family who owns and operates a payday loan store called Prestige Payday Loans. Shows based around groups of people or cultures that do not get represented equally are all fine and good, however if and only if they’re represented fairly and accurately, and are not vehicles of perpetuating stereotypes and ignorance. A glance at the trailers and episode summaries make it clear that the show is indeed only portraying stereotypes, bearing in mind, of course, that the media rarely ever deviates from the narrow minded stereotype of the payday loan industry. Most of the coverage is horror stories of people in an “endless cycle” of debt, and it always begins when someone needs to fix their car or be able to cover an emergency bill. It proves, really, that networks aren’t interested in REAL reporting, they only like to cover whatever is shocking enough to get people to watch. The CW must be hungry to get viewers back after the writer’s strike. Just look at the show’s tagline: “For this family of loan sharks, money is easy.” Perhaps the show’s writers will actually show the positive side of the payday loan industry. However, chances are good that they won’t.
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