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Is normal never have a avaiable survey to try? » Post #2

Sat Nov 26, 2016 09:39 in General Talk

Yes

Query » Post #2

Sat Nov 26, 2016 09:39 in General Talk

Refer others. Upgrade your membership. Do all the offers, videos, tasks, and everything else
every day.

Abbreviations - I actually hate them » Post #1

Sat Nov 26, 2016 00:23 in General Talk

I really really hate when I am watching the news on TV and they say something like this:

Today there was a fire at the GYK and the local fire department received help from the XAB.
Let's thank everyone that donated to the EWCTUBDE.


I am like......what is that? What is that? What is that?

Can't people say what they are talking about? Think about this 'GYK'

G - Gee
Y - Why
K - Kay

GYK is actually three words. So why not just say what the heck they stand for?

Dream Abducted by aliens , explained » Post #6

Sat Nov 26, 2016 00:15 in General Talk

I don't dream of my ex husbands. Thank goodness!

Personally, I don't think anyone can define a dream but the dreamer.

Most dreams are simply weird mumbo jumbo stuff that makes no sense. They can stem from
the simplest of happenings throughout our day. For example, if I have friends over and we all
engage in various conversation, I might dream about one or more aspects of that.

Most dreams, we are never aware of and never remember. The only dreams we do recall is
those that wake us up or when we wake up period. Even then, if we don't focus on what that
dream is, we'll forget most of it.

It is said the average person has over 50 dreams a night.

The 'quality' of numerous topics/posts lately... » Post #17

Fri Nov 25, 2016 16:36 in General Talk

not Going todothat but gotta Please know your,,,"also doodads do do doe.
But nada suppose to start sentence with a But but but so do do everyone do

trybein modoratorator,,and members gots madd denied postesess....

The 'quality' of numerous topics/posts lately... » Post #4

Fri Nov 25, 2016 13:12 in General Talk

not english
not english
not english
not english
not english

Dear Santa, do you type in English?

Anybody else having a problem with ads? » Post #30

Fri Nov 25, 2016 08:47 in General Talk

Ok I see what is happening and have reported it.

Anybody else having a problem with ads? » Post #28

Fri Nov 25, 2016 08:43 in General Talk

I will check it out in a moment and if it is still happening I will contact Jim.

Topic Locked

Happy Thanksgiving! » Post #7

Thu Nov 24, 2016 00:59 in General Talk

tasman1 wrote: Thank You all for Thanksgiving , but I am not sure what You give me for thanks
Here We do not have that so I can not give you anything for thanks

Tie Me Kangaroo Down Sport - sang by Rolf Harris - YouTube

hello guys need more for win my little sister daug » Post #2

Wed Nov 23, 2016 15:00 in General Talk

This isn't the voting booth so please stop trolling the forum with outside links to vote.

Happy Thanksgiving! » Post #1

Wed Nov 23, 2016 11:45 in General Talk

Happy Thanksgiving and remember to be safe.

Drive safe, be safe, stay safe and remember, don't over STUFF yourself. :P

My new page of cool and weird facts,,,n etc etc » Post #92

Wed Nov 23, 2016 07:47 in General Talk

Why would anyone want to look like a pineapple?

Ugh! Winter has arrived :( » Post #25

Tue Nov 22, 2016 16:28 in General Talk

So how does Free health insurance in Canada work?
Obviously it did not cover your cost for the leg brace.

Ugh! Winter has arrived :( » Post #21

Tue Nov 22, 2016 14:41 in General Talk

Think about it, it does not take much of anything and no knowledge at all, to
nail 5 small pieces of pressed board together. Also, it cost almost nothing to
do. Probably cheaper than the ink you wasted printing out those papers.

Get a few nails and a hammer.

Take one piece of the pressed board as the bottom piece. Now take a second
piece and nail it as the back piece.

What you should have now is a bottom with the back side nailed together.

Now do the same for the front.

What you should have now is the bottom piece and the front and back pieces nailed to it.

How you've done that is by hammering nails thru the bottom piece and into the back and front pieces.

Now you need both sides. Nail the side pieces to the front, back, and bottom pieces.

Now what you have is a box with no lid.

You can do one of two things. Buy a couple of cheap hinges and hinge the top to the back side.
This way, you can open it easily to clean it out or check on the cat or whatever.
OR simply nail the top piece to the back, front, and both of the sides.

Now you have a solid box. Take a drill and cut out a small hole/door, just large enough for the
cat to go inside. You don't want it very big. The smaller the better to keep warmth in.

That's it. You can even go to places like Lowes or HomeDeport and have them cut exactly the
sizes you want.

You can put some straw in it and the cat will have a very nice warm cozy dry place. You can
take it a step further and use a heating pad. I use an outdoor extension cord and simply plug
it in when it is below freezing.

My Letter To Santa » Post #10

Tue Nov 22, 2016 14:27 in General Talk

Dear Santa

Don't listen to any of them but Marcel.
You know how stubborn those Netherlanders can be...just give him a few beers and
he will forget this topic even exists.

If i had a time machine......... » Post #30

Tue Nov 22, 2016 08:58 in General Talk

My favorite time machine movie is 'Time Machine' that was made in 1960.
I guess I have watched that move over a dozen times in my life. Better than most time machine movies today.

I think they tried to remake the movie one time but it really wasn't very good. I guess some of
the really old good movie classics, is impossible to remake them better than the original.

My Letter To Santa » Post #3

Tue Nov 22, 2016 08:50 in General Talk

Dear Santa,

I have been a good girl. Well, I have been good some times.
All I want for Christmas is to be transported back to 1968.

This has been a very interesting ride but I would like to do it
again.

Thank you.

PS. Please allow me to keep all memories.

Cyber Stalking For Fun Or Profit. » Post #2

Tue Nov 22, 2016 08:44 in General Talk

Yep, I think you may have missed the point.

Ugh! Winter has arrived :( » Post #19

Tue Nov 22, 2016 08:36 in General Talk

pindokhan123 wrote: valerie that pressed floor is called laminate i guess,it interlocks with each other giving the appearance of wooden boards,,,i had it in my house back in the UK and had an indoor cat,,,,,,,,,,,now what really peed me off,my cat,a male tabby had a soft spot just by the dining room door and would pee every single time next to it,after a while the laminate rose and i couldn't get it back down and to replace that one piece,means lifting the whole god damn thing up coz its all interlocking......so when i finally sold my house,i vowed never to have laminate again,or at least not a cat in the house.

Laminate goes over the flooring.

My ex husband is a carpenter and he helped me build my house.

I was actually referring to a very heavy duty tongue and groove 'sub flooring'.

I do have laminate flooring in a large part of my house. It's rather heavy duty, you could say.
It's a very dark wood grain color. I put a good underlayment down and the floor is quiet. It
doesn't scratch......well it will scratch as anything will but you'd have to really try hard to get
it scratched. Yep, it comes in planks usually, mine is planks. I do have a house dog and a
house cat but they don't pee on the floor. :mrgreen: Their bathroom is located in my utility
room and that is ceramic flooring. My cat uses a litter box and my dog uses wee wee pads.
My bathrooms and den is also ceramic.

There is pro's and con's to laminate and wood flooring. Wood flooring does scratch and does
so much easier than a good laminate flooring. Wood flooring however can be sanded to remove
scratches and laminate flooring cannot be sanded. Wood flooring can last a hundred years or
more. The laminate flooring I have, is guaranteed for 50 years. Laminate flooring is very easy
to care for. Wood flooring is harder to take care of.

If your laminate flooring isn't sealed, you don't want it to get very wet. In reality you wouldn't
want your wood flooring to get very wet either. I've had wood flooring in other houses and I
used a steam cleaner some times on those.

I even have this laminate flooring in my kitchen.

I use a swifter mop with replacement wet sheets. I mop the floor with those and every so
often, I will use a product called 'Bona for laminate flooring'.

Which ever you choose, do NOT let the cat pee on the floor. :lol:

My new page of cool and weird facts,,,n etc etc » Post #90

Mon Nov 21, 2016 09:46 in General Talk

Yes, you can still have static in your clothes, even when drying them outside.
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