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How Badly Did Dadwagon Sell Out?

November 17th, 2010  |  by  |  Published in Uncategorized  |  3 Comments

Yesterday, when Theodore wrote of his son’s love of trains and his daughter’s love of carseats, he wasn’t emoting simply for his love of blogging. He was getting paid to do so by something called Kinect Joy Xbox We Own Your Children. And in so doing, he earned Dadwagon its first ever pennies. We entered into this corporate shillery without asking you, however, so today we want to rectify the situation with the following poll:


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  1. Chris (@tessasdad) says:

    November 17th, 2010at 4:15 pm(#)

    Good for you guys. You should be paid. You guys bring it each and every day.

    Wow, I’m amazed I could write this actually as I’m still daydreaming about the possibilities a true whore-de-force would bring…

  2. beta dad says:

    November 17th, 2010at 4:26 pm(#)

    It does diminish your “slightly better” mystique a bit, but it’s totally understandable. Everybody’s doin’ it. When do you start running the Pantene ads?

  3. Frank says:

    March 3rd, 2011at 2:03 pm(#)

    I’d say just own up to it in advance next time. It doesn’t tarnish as long as people know. But what really concerns me is that I just found out about this site today and there was only one photo of a hot teacher.

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