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Crap... crap... crap.................... » Post #3

32 minutes ago in General Talk

That's the sentiment of new users to surveys. They don't understand
how to do them so they call it crap and give up. That is also why there
is a low inactive count in GPT.

Funny Shopper Reviews » Post #5

36 minutes ago in General Talk

Only issue with that idea, is the fact it would not work. Maybe if I cut the motor in half. :) :?

Anyone with Catalina (MAC/Safari) ? » Post #1

Yesterday, 13:27 in General Talk

I believe when I cleared my cache recently, it some how prevented cookies on some sites.

Coupons won't print out from Coupons.

Tasks ask to accept cookies but when clicking it does nothing.

I've attempted changing privacy settings. Nothing works.

I think it may be an issue in Catalina. I read a few similar posts but cannot seem to locate a fix.

14 weeks in ySense , 20 payments ...tasman1 » Post #4

Wed Nov 13, 2019 23:33 in Success Stories

kkvinaykumar wrote: Did you mean that ySense has just randomly sent you a $10 PayPal cash just because ySense is 14 week old?

No.

Funny Shopper Reviews » Post #3

Wed Nov 13, 2019 16:27 in General Talk

My mind wasn't in the gutter. :lol:

Obviously it was a woman submitting the review and she stores her breast milk in
the freezer. The way she made her sentences, stating she had two, made it sound
as if she was referring to her breasts.

I do purchase items in the store. For major purchases, I most always look for the
reviews whether I decide to order online or in store.

It's a long story. To make it short,... I have a very large chest freezer and want a
small one.

Funny Shopper Reviews » Post #1

Tue Nov 12, 2019 10:10 in General Talk

I love reading shoppers reviews. There is the gummy bears on Amazon that
has gazillions of funny reviews due to the product 'causing gas'.

This morning, I was reading reviews on a chest freezer. The reviewer posted
an image of one chest freezer open full of breast milk. This is the review:

"Ive had it over a year and it works great! Specially for the price. I use it to store breast milk. I have two of them"

Notice the third sentence leaves one to the imagination. Two what? :lol:

This Site Sucks anymore » Post #5

Tue Nov 12, 2019 08:56 in Your Stats

Uouve been here long enough to know you have posted in the wrong sub forum.

Please post in the correct sub forums.

Maybe everything is froze » Post #1

Mon Nov 11, 2019 21:28 in General Talk

Snow Snow Snow and Cold Cold Cold.

Alaska came to the South.

What's the weather where you are?

CO2 Detectors - Which is best? » Post #3

Sat Nov 09, 2019 12:30 in General Talk

No I don't think there is any law requiring people to have smoke detectors or CO2 detectors.

Well, I am sure there is if it is a place of business. You know, such as apartment buildings
or business buildings.

In regards to one's own home, there is no law requirements that I am aware of.
However for insurance purposes I am sure you would need those installed.

Yes I know Nest CO2 detector is a smart device.

Many Smart devices are rather dumb.

I ordered a $20 plug in battery back up CO2 detector from Amazon. I bought it
primarily for travel purposes.

CO2 Detectors - Which is best? » Post #1

Sat Nov 09, 2019 11:36 in General Talk

Anyone use CO2 detectors?

I read Nest is best but my gosh that thing is almost $150.00. I guess when it comes to
saving your life, it would be a low price to pay. However, there are numerous low cost
CO2 detectors on the market.

Anyone have experience with them?

Has been a month » Post #9

Fri Nov 08, 2019 00:17 in General Talk

Electricity down =Dying time....tasman1 » Post #9

Wed Nov 06, 2019 23:20 in General Talk

I dunno. I don't remember.

Electricity down =Dying time....tasman1 » Post #6

Wed Nov 06, 2019 23:00 in General Talk

I don't think

Electricity down =Dying time....tasman1 » Post #5

Wed Nov 06, 2019 23:00 in General Talk

Landline phones do not work in the USA when electric is out.

Electricity down =Dying time....tasman1 » Post #3

Wed Nov 06, 2019 22:08 in General Talk

Yep, that is pretty much the truth.

What music/song are you listening now? » Post #32

Wed Nov 06, 2019 17:48 in General Talk

Yesterday 2.54$ & Today 3.38$ TQ Ysense..Satakas! » Post #8

Tue Nov 05, 2019 11:51 in Success Stories

It is NOT begging. Do not listen to people that only live for any kind of attention they can get.

Common sense will tell everyone that has it, this is a program in which people can earn money
for taking offers/surveys/tasks AND that there may be errors AND when there is errors you may
submit proof in order to receive what you earned.

Where is the $10 paypal option? » Post #4

Mon Nov 04, 2019 09:27 in General Talk

cindikpop wrote: Ummm i tried to cashout today. But only $25 above paypal rewards are available. I'm pretty sure that the $10 paypal option existed haha. SO WHERE DID THAT GOOOOOO? ><

They are looking into it.

Update profile » Post #2

Sun Nov 03, 2019 09:44 in General Talk

Click the submit request at the top right

ySense

DST - Time Change Sunday » Post #1

Sat Nov 02, 2019 22:24 in General Talk

FYI time change in USA and some other countries this Sunday.
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