where he can see out the glass door all day. That and walking to and from the food court is his
activity. Every now and then he gets a spry moment, lays flat, wiggles butt, and jumps up like
he is attacking an imaginary bird.
He also has a nerve problem. You've probably known of cats that if you touch them at a certain
spot they meow funny. Well he has that really really bad. He doesn't have to be touched at all.
He has brief seizures that last only a second or two.
He is just a strange cat but I suspect he may have been mistreated as he was a stray.
teeberry wrote: Anybody ever have problems with their bank and paypal? I had to pay my bank almost $300. because every time I made a deposit they (paypal) kicked it right out. I could see it on the bank paperwork but yet paypal just kept saying it was the bank's fault. I like all of us couldn't afford to just give away $300. I am pretty sure I am done with paypal. I have asked before but could anyone tell me how payza works are they connected to a bank like paypal. That is the part I do not understand. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
BouldRake wrote: When I was about fourteen, I went to the Tour de France with my cycling club. On Mont Ventoux, I did a turn on the front, then looked behind me and found...I'd dropped everyone. Turned out I was quite good. That was the first day I ever felt like a man.
I started racing after that, and won a lot. Everyone thought I was going to pro.
But, it turned out, I'd just hit puberty early. By the time I was about 18, everyone else had caught up and gone through puberty themselves, and I'd regressed from "future great" to "slightly-above-average club rider".
BouldRake wrote: Disposable income can be estimated along age lines. Historically, young adults have the most disposable income, and recently, people aged 65+ (in the UK, I think it's a bit younger in the US, but don't know exactly) have the most disposable income. Therefore, more products are targeted at these age groups than others. I wouldn't be at all surprised if everyone in any other age group has fewer surveys than those in these age groups.
lilapopo wrote: Valerie, I think I am denied more surveys than the average person since I don't have small kids at home. A 68 year old in good health usually doesn't qualify for the health surveys. I get aggravated when they ask 20 questions and then say the survey is full. Really? Why not tell us that to begin with and not waste our time. Also why do they ask income. Do the people in the upper income brackets get more surveys. If I could buy luxury watches, cars, purses, etc., do you think I would be clicking for pennies? Also if I was at big shot working all day at a job and making executive decisions, I probably wouldn't need to be here either.