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What's involved in being a moderator? » Post #20

Sat Dec 10, 2016 06:40 in General Talk

I think people get too involved in what others say online, stuff that doesn't matter.
People that don't even know. People they will never know. People they will never see.

So, it can be difficult at times but as I always say 'mind your own business and don't
sweat the small stuff'.

There was a member not long ago that said I was always so mean and that she is not
returning to the forum because I am mean. I am like, ya got to be kidding me'. That
is what I call a 'cop out' and I her excuse.

You want to see mean, come over to my house and I will slap you upside the head.
That is mean. I will throw a can of soup at you. That is mean. How about I invite
you to supper and feed you nothing but stale raisins. That is mean. What if I buy
you underwear for Christmas that are two sizes too small with no return receipt. :twisted:

My posting on a forum 'mean'? I don't think so.

referal members » Post #6

Sat Dec 10, 2016 06:20 in General Talk

rzhel wrote: i have a question pls help me..
i suppose to refer my friend to clixsense how will i send to him my affliates link?
thank you

You can send it to him in an email.

Zelda, anyone? » Post #8

Sat Dec 10, 2016 06:19 in General Talk

Marcel-R6 wrote: Seeing this topic about some 'old"games,I discovered I still have my little Tetris box :lol:

I played some Tetris just last night. I remember playing it way back in the early 90's too before
there were was even much of internet.

I have the DS 'Tetris Party Deluxe'.

So it is interesting to note that some of these games today, were actually in existence before the
internet or at the extreme earliest of the internet, before all the game stations.

Over ten years ago, I purchased Christmas for a family in my area. It was an elderly lady that was
raising her three grandchildren, all boys. The youngest boy was just a little thing and the older boys
wouldn't let him play with the games they had. So I went to a pawn shop and bought an old game
system that came also with several games....it was the machine, controllers, and a few games. It
didn't matter if he tore it up or not but he was thrilled with that system. I think it was some sort of
old Nintendo stuff. It has big clunky games like an 8 track tape.

Zelda, anyone? » Post #7

Sat Dec 10, 2016 06:10 in General Talk

Nikorj wrote: Zelda Majora's mask and Zelda the windwaker are defenitely awesome games.

I'm not from that era,But thanks to thee internet i've dug up a lot of great retro games like Castlevania 1+3,Super mario 1+2+3 (All are great games) Are there still arcade machines in America??? Cause there's not a single one left in Denmark,Not even in the urban part of copenhagen where i live.

I've completed all zelda games except the one on wiiu,So feel free to ask Valerie :D

You've completed all the Zelda games? WOW! :P

For DS I have 'Zelda Phantom Hourglass' and 'Zelda Spirit Tracks'. For GameBoy I had 'The Legend of Zelda'.

What is that 'wiuii' ? I saw some games for that but didn't even know what it was.

Good question about the 'Arcade' and I don't know. I would guess, maybe in some more remote
gas stations/mini marts. There was the time when shopping malls had one or more large Arcade
rooms with just about every machine you could think of. I suppose they made a ton of money.
Many years ago I remember my sister that lives in a small town, lived by a mini mart and her kids
would go there almost every day to play 'PacMan' and something else. It was just a small little
store but they had two game machines.

I watch 'Price is Right' rather faithfully every morning. It's a popular game show that has been
airing since the 70's. I can remember when they would give away pinball machines as a prize.

I have not thought about it but you are right, I suppose there isn't any or perhaps a few arcade
machines around. I would guess that perhaps amusement fun type houses might have some.

People did start having game rooms that were simply like the ones we play today on computers.
I know because a friend of mine that works online, opened a really nice one in North Carolina.
I saw pictures of it. He had a very nice room, lots of tables, laptops, computers, play stations,
all that. It didn't fly. Most people simply stay at home and play games on their own machines.

Annoying catch words/phrases » Post #15

Fri Dec 09, 2016 22:21 in General Talk

I can't stop saying 'However' and my word for this month is 'Lame'.

Every time the local news guy comes on tv, he has the same tie on and I say 'he is so lame'.

I'll be watching a movie and I will say 'that is so lame'.

I got a message at Facebook yesterday and the guy said I had won 400 million dollars and
I told him, he was very lame and however, down right stupid.

Shame On Us.....Grinchy ? » Post #3

Fri Dec 09, 2016 22:18 in General Talk

:lol:

Y'all so funny.

Test » Post #9

Fri Dec 09, 2016 19:08 in General Talk

tasman1 wrote: Valerie . you a a tester . can you please test my brain, just in case.............

Cannot test brains that are full of wallaby bacteria.

Sugar Overload aka Recipes » Post #1

Fri Dec 09, 2016 16:47 in General Talk

I made no bake chocolate oatmeal cookies tonight.

They turned out really good and now I feel like I am in sugar overload because I ate many. :shock:

I thought about making some sugar cookies but they never turn out good for me, not when making from scratch.

Do you have some favorite recipes and/or sweets that you make this time of year?

thank you clixsense!! » Post #2

Fri Dec 09, 2016 16:40 in Your Stats

That's a very nice payment this time of year. I know your hard work truly paid off well.

Merry Christmas!

Annoying catch words/phrases » Post #12

Fri Dec 09, 2016 16:37 in General Talk

I say just saying when I don't feel like sayin anything else, just sayin.

Test » Post #6

Fri Dec 09, 2016 16:35 in General Talk

You can turn us in to the powers that be.

Annoying catch words/phrases » Post #10

Fri Dec 09, 2016 16:34 in General Talk

wombatqueen wrote: NOT really an annoying saying, or action, but.....

WHY are pants worn with the waist down at bottom of buttcheeks, and many inches of big fluffy undies showing over the top of the pants??
Why is this considered to be a good look by anyone? I don't get it.

I think it mainly started around the time 'rap' became popular. Some may disagree with me but I do
believe much of it started in inner cities like Detroit among gang members. I think it was kind of a
way to display their disagreement with authority.

What's involved in being a moderator? » Post #11

Fri Dec 09, 2016 16:29 in General Talk

Actually, most members that post in the forums follow the rules and are very nice.

There are always a few cracked eggs in every basket. It is expected.

Test » Post #2

Fri Dec 09, 2016 16:28 in General Talk

Ok

Test » Post #1

Fri Dec 09, 2016 16:27 in General Talk

Test post

Arctic Blast Coming to Midwest US » Post #8

Fri Dec 09, 2016 14:44 in General Talk

Something knocked over the water bucket during the night and when I went out this morn to feed
the crew, the water bucket was turned over and all ice in that area. I suspect the raccoons turned
it over.

Really really cold out today and last night. Its was in the teens. Tonight it is to get down to 16 degrees.

Arctic Blast Coming to Midwest US » Post #7

Fri Dec 09, 2016 14:41 in General Talk

Hodusty wrote:
valerie wrote:
lotoole wrote:
valerie wrote: I don't really have anything to cover up. I have the knock out azaleas several places at my house and they bloom well and some times on through the winter.

I'm very jealous of your azaleas that bloom sometimes in the the winter. That would never happen here!

I have some dark pink azalea bushes at the front of the house on either side of the porch.
Today, they still had some blooms on them. They do start looking a little funky by Jan.

I planted several white azalea bushes this Fall. Most of those are small and do not have blooms.
Got a good deal on them at Lowe's end of season clearance so couldn't resist. :lol:

A question Valerie, do you live of your internet income only?

Sort of.

Zelda, anyone? » Post #4

Fri Dec 09, 2016 12:00 in General Talk

I think I remember some of those. Killer Gorilla and Everyone's A Wally. :lol:

I like some of the 'Mario' games but I am not into those much.

One of my fav's is Tetris.

Zelda, I can spend hours playing those games and never complete the adventures.
One time I went online and did a search because I had zelda stuck some where. I
was surprised to find an entire website dedicated to it with all the images, what to
do, etc. I did get Zelda out of that situation but I did not continue to view the site
or follow their info.

The few Zelda games I have, can keep me going forever. I doubt I will ever get
through any of them unless I do cheat by viewing websites that relay every step.

What's involved in being a moderator? » Post #6

Fri Dec 09, 2016 11:47 in General Talk

Marcel-R6 wrote: Those are still "Nice" ones I've been called a lot worse,but that won't be for long anymore me thinks .

You shouldn't let it get to you. Most is just laughable stuff. Other stuff, well you know that old saying,
don't you? Takes one to know one.

Show us your pet » Post #51

Fri Dec 09, 2016 11:34 in General Talk

wombatqueen wrote: @valerie....

have you ever been, or ever considered being, a licensed animal/wildlife rehabilitator?

I watched a couple seasons of the show 'Bandit Patrol', and was mighty impressed with the work they do.

BOY, those people work constantly, and they sure have their hands full most of the time, as there are so many needing help, and limited care-giving facilities are available.

Looks very rewarding, but I know I'd be a basket case every time even ONE couldn't be saved... :cry:

There is land on each side of my land. On one side is farm land, no sale. The other side WAS for sale and
I did strongly consider it. It's about 15 acres or so and mostly clear. I have 8 acres. I considered buying the
15 acres and building a sanctuary for small dogs. The small dogs have been growing in popularity and even so,
unfortunately the puppy mills have too. That is why I detest breeders. There are many old and abused little
dogs that people do not want either because they are old, disabled, or some other reason. People tend to want
perfect pets. So I did consider buying the other property next to mine, building a nice building with a very
large fenced area. I would allow them to be adopted out but for the most part, it would be a place for the
ones no one wants.

It was just a thought and I think If I was younger and the thought, I would have done it.
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