This website is no longer operated by Workin Class Records. However, we still have some information posted about Workin Class Records for archival purposes and for your reference.
Some past titles include:
Urban Intelligence EP 2004
Homemade Bombs 2005
Lunitic - Based on a true Story 2009
Lethal Dialect - LD50 part 1 2011
Street Literature - Products of the Environment 2011
Lethal Dialect - LD50 part 2 2012
Moschops - Prophecy 2012
Costello - Illosophical 2012
GI - Underworld 2013
GI and Costello - MaryJane 2013
GI - Black Tuna 2013
Ger Kellett and Linco - State of Mind 2013
4Real - ARMAGEDDON
We live in an age where coupons and free trials abound. Naturally, this causes many people who are interested in online dating to seek out freebies. This is not always a bad thing, and people who date online have several free dating sites to choose from. The most notable ones are Plenty of Fish and Okcupid. But dating by using other free sites, such as social media sites, is also a viable option one might want to consider.
At a certain point, you're going to have to decide how much help you want in the dating landscape. While they do charge a monthly fee, sites like Zoosk or Match.com offer a lot more features. Moreover, since the people on these sites have paid money, they obviously take online dating more seriously. Just think about it -- when was the last time you greatly valued something that you got for free? On the other hand, if you have to pay for something, you are bound to give it a lot more love and attention. The same principle applies to dating site. This doesn't necessarily mean you should join the most expensive site out there, but if you join a site that costs something, you'll have more skin in the game, along with everyone else on the site. From my own personal experience, I've gotten better results using sites like Zoosk and Match.com.
My favorite dating site has always been Match.com. They have a clean, easy-to-use website that is pleasant to be on. But more importantly, the community seems quite vibrant. You'll be surprised at how much activity you'll see once you set up a profile and get started on the site. This is in part because Match.com has one of the largest memberships among all dating site. I have read reports that it has as many as 20 million members, although the number of people who are active are probably much lower. One thing you'll want to do when communicating with members is making sure that you only contact the people who have been active recently. Otherwise, you may just be sending messages to people who have moved on.
In terms of coupons and deals, Match.com does offer a free trial that goes on for three days (Just go to http://datingcoupons.net/freetrials/matchcom.php). I suggest you start out by using the Match.com free trial. In addition, the site does offer coupons for 20% off membership. This is a great deal since as far as I know, the discount applies to rebills as well. Over the course of several months, you can end up saving quite a lot of money.
Earlier, I talked a bit about saving money on ink and printing costs. In this post, I’ll be reviewing some of the most popular printer brands, and also show you how to buy great checking products or professional printing services from great companies like Deluxe.
If you’re in the market for buying a new printer, you may find that the sheer number of choices you have can make your head spin. Today, there are literally hundreds of printers to choose from, and for the casual consumer, the wide assortment of choices can frankly be overwhelming. First and foremost, you’ll need to decide whether you want to purchase an inkjet or a laser printer. Once that choice is made, one of the best ways to narrow down the models you take a look at is by brand. Naturally, it is important for you to know what the top brands are for printers. We will go over some of them below.
HP has long been known for its printers, and today it has a big chunk of the printer market. HP is a good choice for inkjet printers and they offer a good selection of affordably priced printers. Some places where you can obtain HP printers are Office Depot, Best Buy, and Staples. You can also get some good prices online, but remember to factor in the cost of shipping.
Although it was originally a camera company, Canon has branched off into the printer space and done a good job of offering a great selection of printers. On the lower priced end, the Canon Pixma line is highly popular, and definitely worth a look.
Yes, Dell makes printers, not just computers, and while we aren’t too crazy about their inkjet printers, their laser printers are very high quality while still being affordable. They are a great choice for professional or home office use, especially if you need to print lots of documents in short order.
Before you purchase your printer, one thing you absolutely must do is research how much replacement cartridges cost. Many people overlook this step and it can cost you later. Even if a printer is slightly more expensive, if the ink costs is much lower, it might end up being the more economical choice.
Once you have your printer, you’ll need to decide where to buy products like checks and envelopes. One important thing to keep in mind is that the checks or other printed products you order are compatible with both your printer and any software you are using. I like to use Deluxe Checks, since they have a great online shop that allows you to sort the products according to the software program you use for accounting. They also have a promo code you can use to get some nice discounts on your order. You can get the most current Deluxe promo codes from business-reviews.com.
Should you require professional printing services for things like brochures or posters, I again recommend using an online print shop. Vistaprint is a well-known company you can’t go wrong with. But there are plenty of other choices, and you might want to do a bit of research and obtain sample kits before choosing a printing service.
I don't hear about Eharmony anymore. It was only years ago that I couldn't turn on the TV without seeing some ads. But recently, I have seen no ads nor heard anyone talking about it. On the other hand, I do hear quite a bit about dating apps like Tinder, among many others (Check out this article for some interesting information on Tinder). So has Eharmony lost its popularity? Not so fast.
Upon doing a bit of digging, I've found that Eharmony is still going strong, boasting millions of members. One of its attractive elements is that it caters to a specialized market. That is, a market consisting of people who are ready to commit. Often times, this includes people in an older age group compared to other dating site. It's not uncommon to find people on Eharmony who are in their late 30s or 40s. Even people in their 50s and 60s use Eharmony. Of course, you'll find people in all age groups at just about any dating site, but the phenomenon is more pronounced at Eharmony, to be sure. (FYI, Couponleaf.com has an eharmony free trial offer)
I myself had an Eharmony account years ago. It was my understanding that accounts don't get deleted, so I logged back in recently to check it out. To my surprise, I was able to get in, and everything was as I remembered it to be. It seems Eharmony has not made many changes to how its dating site works, although there were cosmetic differences to their site. Years had gone by, and very little had changed. But is this a good thing, or a bad thing? To my mind, there are two ways to look at this.
A) The site has not changed much because Eharmony has not actively explored ways to improve their model. This is the cynical view, which I actually don't hold. But it's certainly understandable that this is how some people will interpret things. After all, most other sites make changes at an almost dizzying pace.
B) It's also possible Eharmony has not changed its site a lot because the model they are using works so well. After all, why fix something which is not broken. I believe this is the more likely case. Let's face it -- if over a million people got married thanks to Eharmony, why make any changes?
The truth, it turns out, is somewhere in the middle. I've read that Eharmony constantly works on its matching algorithm to get it to work even better than it already does. So it appears that Eharmony does make constant improvements, just not in a highly visible way.