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Notable Posts and Opening Day

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After a long business trip that left me little time for blogging, I’m back. Although Las Vegas is a fun place, a week there got a bit long.

It’s Opening Day for Major League Baseball and I couldn’t be happier. My Minnesota Twins start their run towards another division title. It’s amazing how the national media can predict a team that has last year’s AL MVP, Cy Young Winner, and Batting Champion to finish in fourth place. Ridiculous.

While I was out great content was still being produced across the blog world last week and below are a few posts that caught my eye. I’m sure there were more but time got away from me.

Thanks for visiting The Lonely Marketer!


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