I told you I’m on vacation in Massachusetts. Well….
We spent six solid hours yesterday at one of my favorite places in the world: Boda Borg, in Malden, Massachusetts.
There you’ll find sixteen or so quests, each with two to four rooms. You walk in without knowing what the heck you’re supposed to do. If you solve the task of the first room of your quest you advance to the next room(s), until that quest is complete.
In one quest you and your partners are rats, and need to think like rats to succeed. In another, you’re in a haunted house and have to pacify a creepy baby. In another, you’re in a war zone and must pass through without getting killed.
Our favorite: Alcatraz.
You’re in a jail cell. How to get out? The answer involves crawling, climbing, teamwork, and above all, avoiding detection.
Seriously, though, half the fun is having no idea what’s expected of you when you begin each quest.
That’s not so true when you’re trying to make a living, or at least build up another income stream. Having no clue what to do is pretty crummy, and not fun in the slightest.
Hence the beauty of YourProfitStore, a newbie-friendly piece of software that creates your very own online store in literally 60 seconds, and even gives you a running start by populating that store with four software programs you’re given the rights to sell and keep all the revenue from.
As an optional upsell, you get more software to add to your store every month.
And because this is 2017, the price of this idiot-proof software is less than what you’d pay for a steak dinner.
But the price leaps up at midnight, so climb and crawl your way over to the link:
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