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I buy new phone and get more calls from unknown » Post #7

Thu Mar 23, 2017 17:46 in General Talk

charez wrote: super :)

HaHa! :lol:

I buy new phone and get more calls from unknown » Post #1

Thu Mar 23, 2017 12:44 in General Talk

So I buy a new tracfone a couple of days ago and received it yesterday. Not even finished
going through everything and I have more phone calls from unknowns than knowns.

FYI I usually purchase a new tracfone every year or two.

It's a Samsung phone, Android and it's just funny that I got to thinking about the calls
from outer space....

In the good old days of rotary land line phones, when there was no answering machines,
it was truly wonderful. If it was a wrong number, they either hung up the phone or said
sorry, dialed the wrong number. If you weren't home when you got the wrong number,
you never knew it anyway.

Now what happens when you get a wrong number? Yeah, you go online and you do a
search for the number to see if there is a martian from outer space calling you or worse,
an unknown from no where.

a newbie » Post #2

Wed Mar 22, 2017 20:49 in General Talk

The only tip is to view the ads daily and you might win a cash prize.

Correct name please » Post #4

Wed Mar 22, 2017 05:18 in General Talk

ClixSensetorian

Favourite BBQ meat ... tasman1 » Post #3

Wed Mar 22, 2017 05:14 in General Talk

I chose left sock because right sock wasn't in the listtttttttt.....WaaaaaaaBoooHooooieeeee

bring back » Post #6

Tue Mar 21, 2017 11:31 in General Talk

If one is cut down, two should be planted in it's place. That does happen but not enough.

It also takes many tress a long time to grow.

Speaking in the USA, wood is not used as often as it once was. It is still used a lot and
lumber is very expensive. However, other materials are often used instead such as
plastics, formica's, ceramics, pressed wood/chipboard, metals, etc.

When it comes to building houses, lumber is still very much in demand.

There has got to be a lot said for Neanderthals. They lived in caves, stayed warm in the
winter and cool in the summer without heat/air conditioning.

Warning to USA Skrill users » Post #4

Mon Mar 20, 2017 12:48 in General Talk

I strongly suggest USA members simply use the check option. Like I have stated and displayed
in the Payment Option sub forum, if you don't have a bank account you can get that blue card
thru american express and walmart.....no credit check and its free.

You know if you want to use money online, once you have the funds in your bank account, you
can always go into your PayPal and transfer funds from your bank account to your PayPal...OR
use a debit/credit card. Just saying.

Killed 2000 today , bad person tasman1 » Post #6

Mon Mar 20, 2017 12:45 in General Talk

Yeah if you have that big of a problem and can't get rid of them, the best thing to do is call
an exterminator if you don't have one already.

They can drill into the foundation and spray.

In the USA, you pretty much have to have a termite contract before you can sell a house.
Not necessarily a contract but evidence that you have had your home sprayed for termites
and that you don't have termites.

I'll never forget many years ago I was renting a little old dumpy apartment. I was sitting in
a chair in the living room watching tv. I had a can of coke sitting on the floor. I reached down
to get my coke and brought up a can and hand full of tiny ants. I am shxx myself. I got up
and the ants had marched like in a band, all gathered in a row, from under the kitchens sink
and into the living room to my coke. I'll never forget that and so amazed by how they can
detect a food/drink source so quickly.

My problems is WASPS! In the summer time, they are abundant here. I've got 5 cans of
RAID wasp spray to start out the Spring season and I actually had 6.....already used one.

I came across a really really good wasp collector hanging contraption on walmart. All the
review were good but I had my doubts because I already have a couple similar. Well I want
you to know that thing is full of wasps and I only hung it up two days ago. I put some
apple juice in it and a few sugar cubes.

Warning to USA Skrill users » Post #2

Mon Mar 20, 2017 12:34 in General Talk

Not sure why you would choose it. I am sure some people in the USA that has their own reasons
might choose it, such as administrators that offer it as a payment option. However, I doubt many
USA people use it.

Just guessing but if you are going to continue to use it, I would suggest waiting til you have a
larger sum to transfer. You can review their information but usually it is a lot less overall to
transfer out larger amounts other than small amounts.

Surveys - I must be one of the unlucky people » Post #2

Mon Mar 20, 2017 08:24 in General Talk

Yeah, I recon you are not trying enough of them.

Killed 2000 today , bad person tasman1 » Post #4

Mon Mar 20, 2017 08:23 in General Talk

You need to use an indoor outdoor insect killer.

I use the Ortho Home Defense. Spray the perimeter of your home. Inside your home,
spray the area in which they are coming in.

Ortho Home Defense will in fact kill them and prevent them from coming inside your home.

Also any time you see any hills of ants outside, spray it with the Ortho.

It is very very rare that I get any kind of a bug inside my house. When I do see one, it is dead.

What do you know/think about HK? » Post #21

Sun Mar 19, 2017 19:36 in General Talk

give him a wallaby

Mayweather vs Mcgregor PPV on Aug 26,2017 » Post #24

Sun Mar 19, 2017 15:45 in General Talk

I'm really not interested much in the UFC.

What I liked to watch was boxing. The good old days when Ali was boxing.

What do you know/think about HK? » Post #12

Sun Mar 19, 2017 13:11 in General Talk

OoooEEeeee I'd love to visit Hong Kong.

I'd like to visit the temples and the big buddha and the Po Lin Monastery. :clap:
That would be so interesting and exciting!

I would also like to visit the shopping areas and theaters.

I think of Hong Kong as a place with a lot of action, fast paced, but also with a
rural scenic area.

Who knows? » Post #33

Sun Mar 19, 2017 08:14 in General Talk

Knoxville, Tennessee

Lets Learn a New Language - Hello » Post #1

Sun Mar 19, 2017 08:06 in General Talk

Let's learn a new language! :P

Type nothing but your country and 'Hello' in your language.

United States of America: Hello

Something Remarkable in Your City? » Post #1

Sun Mar 19, 2017 08:03 in General Talk

NOT your country.

Is there something remarkable in the city in which you live or a nearby city?

Remarkable as in unique, mysterious, original, different, etc

In the community I live is small and rural and nothing remarkable about it. I am about a 30 minute
drive out of Jackson, Tennessee and it has some unique stuff there.

For example Jackson, TN has 'Casey Jones Village'.
home

A little history:
Tennessee history, preservation and educational artifacts

The Casey Jones Village in Jackson, TN is nice. It has a train and some stores and a very great place
to eat. Often famous and political figures when visiting Jackson, eat at the Casey Jones Village diner.
I eat there some times and it is really good home cooked food.

There's always Nashville, Tennessee and Memphis, Tennessee with plenty to do in those cities. I am
a little over an hour drive away from both. There is way too much to mention in those cities as most
do know that Nashville is the Country Music location and Memphis is the Blues location.....not to mention
Elvis Presley. There's never a shortage of places to go in either city or things to do.

Who knows? » Post #29

Sun Mar 19, 2017 07:47 in General Talk

Ireland

What music/song are you listening now? » Post #2158

Sat Mar 18, 2017 16:27 in General Talk

Mayweather vs Mcgregor PPV on Aug 26,2017 » Post #14

Sat Mar 18, 2017 16:06 in General Talk

I don't know why you say it is a dying sport.

It's actually one of the few 'sports' I do like. Of course, it really isn't as good or as exciting as it was
in the old days.
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