Feel free to use these for signatures, profiles, etc… Right-click and Save Image As on each image to save them to your computer. Or right-click on each button and choose Copy Image Location, if you’d like to hotlink using my site as the image host. Might make & add buttons for other sites in the future. If you have requests, let me know.

Twitter Follow Me Button

Twitter Follow Me Button

Amazon Wishlist Spoil Me Button

Amazon Wishlist Button

MyFreeCams Offline Tip Me Button

(If you don’t know your offline tip link, scroll down.)

MFC Offline Tip Button

To embed an image somewhere like a MyFreeCams profile using HTML, use this:

<a href=”YourSiteLinkHere”><img src=”ButtonImageLinkHere”/></a>

To embed an image somewhere like a signature using Forum Code, use this:
(Some forums require you host your images on a specific site.)

[URL=YourSiteLinkHere][IMG]ButtonImageLinkHere[/IMG][/URL]

Just copy & paste the bold parts above, then replace YourSiteLinkHere with the link you want the button to direct someone to when they click it. And replace ButtonImageLinkHere with the image file link from wherever the button his hosted. Careful not to delete the ” marks in the HTML version. When you finish copying & pasting all the code & links in, the code for each button & link should look something like this:

<a href=”http://twitter.com/goldengamingod”><img src=”http://goldensgirls.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/Twitter-Follow-Me-Button.jpg”/></a>

Another piece of code you may want to use is the line break: <BR> It is like hitting the enter/return key in a HTML page. If you wanted each button to go on a separate line, put <BR> between each set of image code. Or put <BR> after all the image code, to make any text afterwards start on a new line.

How To Find Your MFC Offline Tip Link

To find a link to offline tip a specific model on MyFreeCams, go here http://www.myfreecams.com/mfc2/php/tip.php?request=tip Then select the model from your friends list in the top box, or type in the model’s username in the bottom box, and click Next. Once that goes to the next page, that’s where you can offline tip the model you want. The link you want for an offline tip button is in the url / address bar at the top of the page after you selected a model & clicked Next. Make sure you copy the entire link. It will look like http://www.myfreecams.com/mfc2/php/tip.php?broadcaster_id=########&request=tip

Fuck Google and sign up with Bing Rewards to earn points towards gift cards and other prizes every time you search for anything online. I earn a $5 gift card to Amazon.com about every month by searching with Bing and having it be my browser’s homepage instead of Google. You can get free clothes, music downloads, and a lot of other rewards too. They won’t spam your email with a bunch of crap either unless you want them to send you extra reward offers.

(CNN) — “The Pedophile’s Guide to Love and Pleasure: A Child-Lover’s Code of Conduct” was pulled from Amazon.com, a spokesman confirmed Thursday, after thousands of users posted angry comments and threats to boycott the site.

The self-published e-book was available on the site for download until late Wednesday for $4.79.

Company spokesman Drew Herdener would not comment on the controversy or respond to questions about the company’s guidelines for digital publication.

On Wednesday, Amazon defended selling the book in response to a report published on BusinessInsider.com.

“Amazon believes it is censorship not to sell certain books simply because we or others believe their message is objectionable. Amazon does not support or promote hatred or criminal acts, however, we do support the right of every individual to make their own purchasing decisions.”

Before it disappeared from the site Wednesday night, the listing had more than 2,000 user comments. The vast majority of them condemned the book’s stated content, as well as Amazon’s decision to make it available.

“It is ILLEGAL to molest children, and for Amazon to promote such is insane. I’m an abuse survivor, and am OUTRAGED Amazon would choose to promote this nonsense. I will not be purchasing anything from your website until this is removed,” one user wrote in a comment that summed up the feelings of many others.

In its product description, the book’s author described it as “my attempt to make pedophile situations safer for those juveniles that find themselves involved in them, by establishing certian [sic] rules for these adults to follow.”

“I hope to achieve this by appealing to the better nature of pedosexuals, with hope that their doing so will result in less hatred and perhaps liter [sic] sentences should they ever be caught,” he said.

Author Phillip R. Greaves II told CNN that he published “The Pedophile’s Guide” to address what he considers unfair portrayals of pedophiles in the media.

“True pedophiles love children and would never hurt them,” the Pueblo, Colorado, man said in a phone interview Wednesday night.

Greaves, 47, told CNN that he has not had sexual contact with a child as an adult, but did when he was a teenager. He also said he “was introduced to oral sex when I was 7” by an older female, but did not provide specifics.

A small contingent of Amazon.com users defended the author’s right to free speech, and a discussion on the site titled “Why Amazon is Right” delved into the constitutional implications of the controversy. Others floated the possibility that the e-book was a hoax or a law enforcement trap for pedophiles.

“While I think 99.9 percent of us object to pedophilia (even though I think this particular book was a publicity stunt/joke), I think we can all agree that we don’t want someone else censoring a subject matter that we may be interested in. Religion, atheism, homosexuality, etc. are some subjects that spring to mind … and they have been censored in the past until we realized that it’s best to let all information in (even if we don’t like some of it), rather than allow some authority or individual decide what we can and can’t know about based on their own opinions or motivations,” one user wrote.

In its form as a written piece, “The Pedophile’s Guide” is protected under the First Amendment right to free speech, CNN legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin said.

Child pornography is illegal as images. But text, which can be considered “works of advocacy,” has won protection in the courts under the First Amendment, Toobin said.

“There is an argument that some works of advocacy are incitement, but the courts have been very, very narrow in interpreting that as a crime,” Toobin said.

“I think this one is well safe under the protection of the First Amendment.”