Amazon Prime Day

You may have noticed the site is currently over-run with ads for Amazon Prime Day and Prime Day products. I know a lot of you have reservations about Amazon but it IS a way for us to make a little money here at Wis.Community. So - as community members I ask you that if you are considering buying something from Amazon for Prime day, please click on one of our ads first.  That way we will get a little money from your purchases, and it won't cost you anything extra.  We're working on other ways to make money, but for the moment memberships and ads are the full source of income. So please consider helping out.

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