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can delete this I've been told off by Admin Tazman » Post #9

Thu Dec 21, 2017 17:13 in General Talk

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Mon Dec 18, 2017 20:50 in General Talk

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Mon Dec 18, 2017 14:09 in General Talk

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Mon Dec 18, 2017 14:03 in General Talk

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Net neutrality will killed Clixsense for good » Post #10

Sun Dec 17, 2017 16:45 in General Talk

I guess I believe the Feds do what they want to do.

Net Neutrality was almost like a trial period and a very brief one at that since it
did not last but a couple of years if that.

So from the beginning, I have never noticed much difference in anything other
than the rising prices over time. That has taken place without Net Neutrality and
with Net Neutrality. It has not mattered in regards to internet provider costs.
There has for a very long time, been various data plans and higher speed packs.
The more you want, the more you pay for.

Everything rises in price over the years or most everything, just like food.

Look at everything the net has offered over all these years without Net Neutrality
and I personally have not noticed anything different with it other than the government
attempting control of the www.

I have Amazon Prime, Hulu, Netflix, all three for less than $30 per month. That's not
bad at all, at least not in my opinion. In regards to DISH, I pay approximately $49 per
month. Many people have cut their cable or satellite service totally and others like
myself, cut their package way down. So for approximately $80 a month there is always
something I can find to watch plus I have the Amazon cloud storage, book every month,
two day shipping, etc. I mean seriously, that is not bad at all.

In regards to mobile phone service.....well come on, there's a lot of people that have
wised up on that too. I once paid approximately $75 a month for years to Verizon and
in the last few years, I turned to TracFone and I don't have a monthly bill. I buy a new
Samsung smart phone with included service and minutes every year to two years...cost
= Approximately $110 a year. I wouldn't even gander a guess at how many people are
paying close to a thousand dollars for a mobile phone and paying $100 on upwards per
month for service. I about fell out of my chair one day listening to a news show on tv
that displayed a family mobile phone bill.....almost $1,000 per month. WOW! People
have surely lost their priorities. All I could think of is how many starving children that
could feed every month.

I really can't or shouldn't complain about my internet service. The speed is not super
fast but it is good. I pay approximately $80 per month for internet service that includes
landline phone service.

Bottomline, what I am saying is, there are a lot of things we can control without the
government. We can choose to not have cable service or not have satellite service or
only choose one streaming service or not pay thousands of dollars a year for a mobile
phone and data charges and etc.

As human beings in the midst of the totem pole, we are a majority. Not the government.
Not the conglomerates. Not the satellite companies. Not the cable companies. Without
you and I, where will those companies be? If we all canceled our bills tomorrow, where
would they be?

Just Sayin. :mrgreen:

Net neutrality will killed Clixsense for good » Post #8

Sun Dec 17, 2017 08:17 in General Talk

In my opinion, any time you allow government to rule a piece of the pie,
the pie becomes smaller and the government larger and your right to
choose becomes more confined, if you have a right to choose at all.

I would certainly vote for it's removal and say good riddance and I do
welcome it's removal.

Competition is always a good thing.

I don't think in America that the American people care if the company is
small or large. I think they care about what they get and the price.

For example, NONE of you have ever heard of my internet service. For
people such as myself that live in rural areas, it can be good and it can
be bad. The small companies in rural areas still win because we don't
have all that competition. These small companies are making money
and they are absolutely not thwarted by big companies because the
big companies don't know how to run cable thru creek beds. :mrgreen:

The bad part is that the small companies can increase prices and that
gives people such as myself, almost no choice since there is little to no
competition.

No matter what, I prefer to not see internet government control. There
is little doubt in my mind, it will return in a different form some day and
some day, you may not have the opportunities that you have today.

Holiday Gift » Post #27

Sat Dec 16, 2017 19:25 in General Talk

fireflygirl wrote: A makeup kit and a foundation that doesn't dry my skin out! lol ;)

Have you tried the airspun powder by Coty? It's been around for many years and is
very inexpensive, comes in a variety of shades, has good coverage, does not dry the
skin. It's sold at most Walmarts.

Changes » Post #2

Sat Dec 16, 2017 11:41 in General Talk

I'm not sure anyone knows what to think since as you stated '5 months' and not even
a hello, other than a statement that help would be slow over Thanksgiving holiday.

I did receive the email from Adhitz stating it had been sold and they were working
on finalizing the paper work and such. They also stated, in regards to Adhitz, that
PayPal was back.

People in general do not realize how much money it cost nor how much time it takes
to run a large online program. Some times it is better to sell or just let it go rather
than continue to go in the hole and/or give up a lot of your life to maintain an online
program.

It can also be very disheartening when you have members that constantly complain.

It all can take a toll on one's personal life, time, money, and mental fatigue.

In addition, when you have reached a stage in your life that you are comfortable with
your financial situation, it can be more worthy to sell out than continue with headaches.

I am only guessing but I feel like with everything that has happen to this program in
recent years, it was more advantageous for Jim to get rid of some headaches that were
no longer worthy. For example the PTC end, the ClixGrid. I would guess that as long
as ClixSense can be profitable and run without admins spending a lot of their time on
it, they'll let it run. I would also guess that if PayPal has returned to AdHitz, maybe it
will return to ClixSense. I would also guess that Jim keeps an eye out, perhaps even
made various contacts in regards to other earning options that could be added. He
may need to say 'we were a ptc for many years but all that changed many months
ago and we no longer operate in that fashion'. Could be partners must see that CS
has been functioning as a free earning opportunity without the MLM and PTC for a
set number of months.

Personally, I would of course like to see ClixSense survive and continue onward for
many more years. As time moves forward we may see the internet offers more ways
to earn in the GPT world than what it has now. Of course, the opposite could become
true also.

In the mean time, I don't concern myself with it. What will be will be. :P
I usually have time to come over here at various times of my day and attempt a few
surveys, make a few bucks. As long as it is here and as long as I am alive, I guess I
will continue to be active.

**Gluten, anxiety, headache, heartburn, carbs ** » Post #29

Sat Dec 16, 2017 07:20 in General Talk

Actually, that's it in a nutshell of what is wrong with people.....food.

**Gluten, anxiety, headache, heartburn, carbs ** » Post #19

Fri Dec 15, 2017 07:05 in General Talk

tasman1 wrote:
gluten free food taste ...... maybe Valerie did try just few things but trust me ,most gluten free food taste like pure shit

HaHa! :lol:

**Gluten, anxiety, headache, heartburn, carbs ** » Post #9

Wed Dec 13, 2017 11:04 in General Talk

rmccarron2000 wrote: Thanks for these posts Delman. I too suffer from acid reflux and take Omeprazole which I would like to be able to stop taking. Even though I take it regularly, it doesn't help if I eat too many sweet desserts. Sometimes it feels like the medicine is containing it but just barely, if that makes sense. I am going to try to go gluten free but it will be really hard for me. Bread is one of the things I truly love and I don't know if gluten free bread and other products will taste the same.

Thanks again for posting this and Merry Christmas!

Naw, I don't think there is any difference in taste. I buy gluten free flour and I make
rolls and biscuits and I don't notice any difference in taste at all.

I've ate plenty of products that stated 'gluten free' on the package and I never noticed
anything different in taste.

**Gluten, anxiety, headache, heartburn, carbs ** » Post #8

Wed Dec 13, 2017 11:00 in General Talk

Merry Christmas, Delman77. I hope your new eating habits resolve your sickness and
that you won't suffer with it into the new years.

We're all different but there are general things that we can all do that can help us feel
better and be healthier.

Personally, I think there are TWO top of the list problems in America when it comes to
food consumption and health.

1. Eating too much
2. Drinking too little

I heard on the news the other day that in just a few years HALF of all children in America
will be OBESE. That's very shocking and of course coming with that will be a hoard of
sickness and rising health care costs.

Most all the foods we buy in the grocery stores are laced with various chemicals. There's
no getting around it.

It's become a very money hungry food industry. Unfortunately the majority of those food
companies do not care about you and I. They only care about money.

Thank goodness you are on the right track seeking out gluten free products. Don't forget
to drink lots of water every day, eat healthy as you can, and don't over-eat.......except for
Christmas you can over-eat on that day. :P

To old to learn now ....tasman1 » Post #2

Mon Dec 11, 2017 19:53 in General Talk

You're not too old.

If Marlon Brando can do it, you can do it.
'Last Tango In........'Australia?

Do you support universal basic income » Post #20

Sat Dec 09, 2017 21:18 in General Talk

sweetpie3000 wrote:
valerie wrote: Health insurance is very expensive. Next time you pay $35 for that toothbrush, just
think of all the people struggling to pay their insurance. Tomorrow that toothbrush will
be $40 because of people that do not have health insurance but expect to be taken care
of. People that have worked all their lives and struggle to provide for their families but
they do it and they have to pay for that toothbrush and someone else too.

Handing people a grand a month is not going to change that. Not in America.

We need to wipe out the cheaters. Educate. Train. Bring back manufacturing. Stop
excessive spending. All that grand would do, is create more lazy people, and create
more of a deficit.



People doesn’t want to do hard labor jobs anymore. People prefer to work desktop jobs anymore. Who want to work farm anymore?

Valerie universe basic income is coming in 5-10 years from now. Most our jobs will be replaced by robot anyway?

Are you joking?

It's a very tough world without Agriculture.

I don't have a crystal ball and I don't know what is coming.
I just know where I am going.

What a crap shop....tasman1 » Post #5

Sat Dec 09, 2017 20:21 in General Talk

Amazon makes money alright and a lot of it.

It's also over rated in my opinion.

I'm an Amazon prime member but the only reason why I stay an Amazon prime member
is due to earnings paid to me by way of Amazon. As a prime member I get the free shipping.
I also take advantage of the prime movies/tv shows, and the cloud service.

Even for prime members there are many products that are more expensive than Walmart.

It was also more advantageous for me years ago before they started charging TN sales tax.
Tennessee sales tax is one of the highest in the country.

Maybe when more sellers from Australia come aboard, you might get more reasonable prices.

Do you support universal basic income » Post #17

Sat Dec 09, 2017 20:10 in General Talk

Health insurance is very expensive. Next time you pay $35 for that toothbrush, just
think of all the people struggling to pay their insurance. Tomorrow that toothbrush will
be $40 because of people that do not have health insurance but expect to be taken care
of. People that have worked all their lives and struggle to provide for their families but
they do it and they have to pay for that toothbrush and someone else too.

Handing people a grand a month is not going to change that. Not in America.

We need to wipe out the cheaters. Educate. Train. Bring back manufacturing. Stop
excessive spending. All that grand would do, is create more lazy people, and create
more of a deficit.

Do you support universal basic income » Post #10

Fri Dec 08, 2017 20:16 in General Talk

lotoole wrote: Some people work harder, struggle to complete undergraduate or graduate training, get professional training in order to be doctors or lawyers or make huge contributions to humanity like scientific discoveries. So it just seems unfair to me to pay everyone the same thing. I think people should have to work for it and they should be motivated to achieve a certain type of lifestyle. Why should someone who lays around the house and watches TV all day get the same pay as a person who is working 10 hours a day as an emergency physician?

However, I do support universal health care. No one should suffer and die due to lack of health care.

It's extremely complicated.

You are very correct. With free enterprise and in a free society we have the right to work, go to school,
and make our own decisions based on what we want to do with our lives. Some people choose to marry
and become a stay at home mom. Some people choose to work at a job that only requires a high school
diploma or less. There is other people that choose to further their education and for many of those people,
it is not an easy task. When it comes to people such as doctors, that is a very very difficult field of study.
Not to mention physical and mentally stressful. In addition, those people spend more of their life in school
in addition to grueling internships.....they should be paid more.

I kind of lean more to the 'no waste' approach.
A lot of money going out the window on garbage and also way overboard on wages such as paying a
football player millions of dollars. Just seems there should be some rational there some where but
there isn't. Pharmacy's way over charging for their drugs. A drug that cost them a dime to make but
charge $400 to the patient for it. Ever ask for a toothbrush in the hospital? Best bring your own because
your liable to be charged $35 for it. Idiots in Washington tossing money out to their friends and family
and labeling it as some kind of tax write off or some sort of special funding. Throwing their big parties
and spending millions of dollars on ho's and hotel rooms. I mean seriously, we all know big corporations
administrators pay themselves bookoo millions of dollars and blow money left and right.

I don't think people should be handed a set amount of money yearly. I think people need to be
educated and training made available.

Do you support universal basic income » Post #9

Fri Dec 08, 2017 19:58 in General Talk

Like I said, I did not and have not watched a video or visited that link.

I will say, people die every day due to NOT having health care and/or not having adequate health care.

Many USA veterans have died due to lack of health care and due to insufficient health care.

Emergency rooms are NOT always open.

In fact, many hospitals across America have shut down, especially in small town USA.

Thousands if not millions of people have suffered and died due to a lack of health care.

Laws and services vary from state to state.

There's a little something called State Aid. Want to know what happens to those people?
It's not pretty. In fact, it is mighty ugly.

Do you support universal basic income » Post #2

Fri Dec 08, 2017 15:48 in General Talk

I didn't watch the video but in regards to your question, I said no because what
you are stating is communism.

Net Neutrality » Post #4

Fri Dec 08, 2017 08:33 in General Talk

Yep, AOL is a good example.
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