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PF Comic #4 – From Blog to Book featuring J.D. from Get Rich Slowly

Check out our first comic for 2010, featuring J.D. from Get Rich Slowly

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Keep the great feedback coming guys - we're really enjoying putting together these comics! We've got some pretty cool ideas for some new comics, so keep your eyes peeled! But for now, enjoy our latest comic:
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Win if you Find 2 Secret Easter Eggs

Find the 2 easter eggs in this weeks comment first by commenting on the post with your results. If you are the first person to comment the correct answer you will win:

  • A feature in the comic
  • Your own logo on JD's coffee mug in the comic

This weeks easter egg hunt is a lot more difficult than previous weeks but the hint is in the previous weeks comics.

UPDATE - Hint #2 - The previous comic's winners who found the easter eggs first are shown in the comic.

PF Comic #4 - From Blog to Book featuring J.D. from Get Rich Slowly

JD has been working insanely hard on his book. During this process he has learned many things and perhaps a special talent...

PF Comic #4 - J.D. Roth from Get Rich Slowly

Let us know what you thought and if you can find the secret easter eggs

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Story: Fred Schebesta

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    JeremyJune 2, 2010Staff

    Part 2 of PF Comic #5 is now live!: https://www.finder.com.au/credit-card-rewards-or-credit-card-regrets-pf-comic-5-part-2-of-2

    Thanks for all the support!

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    HankMarch 8, 2010

    Great comic! Loved it!

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    BobbiFebruary 23, 2010

    I like it but I do have a question, why would anyone so concerned with money throw his cell phone away?

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    MoneyFebruary 22, 2010

    I love this one!

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    CleverFebruary 21, 2010

    egg #1: realm of prosperity.com in computer screen
    AND
    egg #2: That’s the $ dollar sign from my logo (Cleverdude.com) on the coffee mug :)

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    jammerFebruary 20, 2010

    To add to my others: Smiley face above his left shin in the second to last panel?

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    jammerFebruary 20, 2010

    Dog calendar
    Pineapple on computer

    And bonus Easter Egg #3:

    You neglected to include the extra 20 pounds he gained while writing the book — zing!

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    EricFebruary 17, 2010

    Easter egg 1: Dog calendar (JD likes cats…)
    Easter egg 2: Coffee (pretty sure JD drinks tea…)

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    JasonFebruary 17, 2010

    Freddy boy, that’s impressive man! No idea where the eggs are at though! Nice work man. Hmmm, wonder what I would look like in a comic!? ;)

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    MoneyFebruary 17, 2010

    Love it (once again). I am stumped on the eggs for this one!

    • Avatarfinder Customer Care
      FredFebruary 17, 2010Staff

      @MoneyFunk – Very tricky one. Everyone was getting them too easily last weeks so we decided to up the ante.

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