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Really Alarming- WARNING » Post #12

Mon Mar 25, 2019 18:23 in General Talk

Darkstar2 wrote: There are electric and battery mowers too you know :) Same for snow blowers.

I was going to get a cordless mower. After looking in to them, some don't
even come with the battery. Many problems with the batteries too. That's
in the cordless mower's under a couple hundred bucks. I am guessing for
more money, they may be better.

Then I almost decided to get a corded electric mower. No problems with a
battery if you use a cord. You just have to watch out and not mow over the
cord. lol

I'm going to see how this little rotary mower works for me. I may try a
corded mower if I feel the rotary blade push mower is not going to cut
the mustard....errrrr....grass.

Really Alarming- WARNING » Post #10

Mon Mar 25, 2019 14:52 in General Talk

I'm doing my part.

My lawn mower arrives tomorrow.
It's a 14 inch cut, 5 blade, push mower. No gas. :mrgreen:

I have a small yard now. Last summer, I moved in near the end of summer.
The mow man that was mowing this yard through the estate folks, I continued
to pay until end of season. He only charged me $25 every two weeks. He mows
lots of peoples yard in the area. He'd pull up with his long trailer, unload the his
riding mower, and mow my yard. I timed him a couple of times. One time he
mowed it in 6 minutes and another time in 5 minutes. He'd do a tad of weed
eating and blow the grass of the drive.

Mo man knocked on my door a week ago and I told him I wouldn't be using
his services that I'd be mowing it myself.

I paid about $67 for the little push mower. My sister said she will come over
and laugh at me whilst I mow. :lol: I told her I would get the last laugh.
After all, I won't be buying gas, I won't be buying oil, I won't be paying for
maintenance, and I won't have any trouble with it taking up a lot of room.

Sure it will certainly take me longer than 5 minutes to mow it. So what. I'll
get exercise and fresh air without the gas fumes or dirt blowing in my face.
They say these mowers will hang up ever time you run over a twig. Eh, more
exercise, rake first, mow second.

Really Alarming- WARNING » Post #7

Mon Mar 25, 2019 12:15 in General Talk

I don't think there is much one can do about it.

People often want to blame people for the climate change but I do beg to differ
a lot on that subject. No doubt people are to blame to an extent. After all, it
can't be good for all the ocean life to be full of plastic and trash, dare to mention
the planet itself. Then there is the extraction of fossils and fracking, etc. So truly
we do need alternatives. I am not sure about trees. It can actually be very good
for fires to burn off wooded areas and plant life as a fertile part of regrowth. Many
people do and companies do, plant new trees and such afterwards. There's also
people that have children like jack rabbits. Some times it is due to their religious
faith and other times it is due to nothing more than carelessness. I do believe in
implementing some population restrictions. Isn't having 1, 2, or 3 children enough
in this day and time?

Weather has not been recorded very long, less than 150 years. I believe the
majority of what we are experiencing in weather, is nothing so new. We can
see by looking at the formations of the earth, cracks, craters, etc, that the
weather is always changing. Look at the Grand Canyon as an example.

What we need to do as a people in todays world, is focus on alternatives and
implement some legal rules that are enforced.

Some things are very simple yet we wonder why we don't do them. Such as
planting FRUIT and NUT trees so the hungry can grab something to eat.

I love UK Parliament system » Post #5

Sun Mar 24, 2019 07:45 in General Talk

Dinosaurs were not dinosaurs. They were peaceful creatures. A big kitten, so to speak.

Sin - evil.

Dinosaurs became 'Beasts' due to evil.
They weren't known as dinosaurs. They were known as 'beasts'.

Some beasts survived. Giraffe for example. Elephant as another example. Whale, etc.

I love you valerie » Post #9

Fri Mar 22, 2019 14:27 in General Talk

Thank you, much appreciated.

Some members think I am mean. I may come off that way at times, but
I don't intend to. Some times, people misunderstand which is easy to do
because it can be difficult to read the tone of a post. I'm usually rather
straight forward unless I am being silly/fun.

India Blogger Make $4,232 from ClixSense » Post #16

Fri Mar 22, 2019 05:22 in Success Stories

admin wrote: Please explain to me how this is spam? This is the success stories forum and the perfect place for this type of post. It does not contain any links to any 3rd party sites.

This topic will not be removed as it's one of many success stories I like to see.


I think what happen was this member had made a topic before which included
links to his blog. I may be wrong but if memory has me correct, I think that is
what happen and I think I am the one that saw it reported, either did an edit
or delete as spam.

whether I have to talk or let alone I have run out » Post #4

Thu Mar 21, 2019 06:55 in Your Stats

LL23788 wrote: now what else can I expect from clixsense, all surveys no longer work as usual, I am tired of collecting only $ 3 in one month and then taking some of it for reasons that are not clear, I do surveys, tasks are not without capital, this really in vain, the problem first with paypal, payza and others I also became a victim and loss of time, internet fees, tired of thinking, energy too but did not feel appreciated, the more saturated and lazy I was in the end, and the stronger my desire to stop and forget this futile and tedious and tedious work, now if it is issued as a member it's up to me, I am tired of always being harmed and feeling cheated, whether I have to talk or let alone I have run out of words

Point One : This is the STATS sub forum and your post has absolutely nothing to do with
your Stats.

Point Two : ClixSense does NOT in any way whatsoever determine what a member will earn.
Therefore, expecting anything from ClixSense other than what the policies and terms state,
is beyond what this program is about.

Point Three : What you choose for a payment option is up to you. ClixSense does not own
nor do they operate payment processors.

Point Four : ClixSense does not harm anyone. Absurd!

ClixSense allows members to make extra money in their spare time. It is up to the member
to decide if they want to work or not. There are members here that make hundreds of
dollars in extra money and many that make thousands of dollars per year in extra money.
You are in Indonesia. There are many members here in Indonesia that make extra money
every month here.

If you want to stay here and make extra money, that is great. I would suggest you read
carefully the work you choose to do. Just like this topic of yours here.....this is the Stats
sub forum so obviously you did not read or simply ignored what goes here. Whatever
you choose to do is up to you.

Comfort- Illness-profit-INTERRELATED » Post #19

Wed Mar 20, 2019 06:55 in General Talk

Well that's the problem too, people don't know how to save for a rainy day.
Of course, many people simply struggle to pay their bills and put food on the table.

Take my deceased 92 year old grandfather, as an example. He worked all his
life and paid into insurance all his life. The man never went to the doctor!
When he died, he was in critical care for one day and died.

So what I am saying is not everyone goes to the doctor, even if they have
insurance. However, many like my grandfather, pay for the insurance.

Where did that money go? Where did all the money my grandfather paid
in, go? To the insurance company!

They take out for everything else, why can't they take out a standard insurance
tax. None of that money would go for lining corporate pockets. It would go
for health care of those that need it, period.

BUT like I said, they would still need to lower prices, considerably in the health
care world.

Bernie is for free free free free. haha

Comfort- Illness-profit-INTERRELATED » Post #16

Tue Mar 19, 2019 06:03 in General Talk

shadecat wrote: In my state a woman is not responsible for her husbands bills. Or at least it was that way when my cousins husband passed away with heart trouble. As far as I know it is currently that way. Hospitals won't tell you that because they are all about money. It is a general rule that you are not responsible for paying off your spouses medical debt. If you have credit card debt with both of your names on the account you would have to pay that. The cost of medical care has gotten outrageously expensive!

Is a widow liable for husband's debts?
Spouses are only responsible for each other's community property debts, which are bills incurred during the course of the marriage. Spouses are not responsible for each other's separate debts, however. ... You do not have to pay your deceased spouse's debts after he or she dies.

Keep separate accounts!

I don't know anything about all that. The point is (and not everyone dies), people cannot
afford health care. It could be a spouse, a child, or someone else in the household that
gets sick or needs long term care or expensive prescriptions. The first thing these places
ask is 'do you have insurance?'. In the days past, the first thing they ask is 'what are your

My husband was 7 years older than me. He was retired, very good insurance, etc. Fortunately
most of his medical bills were covered. He had medical bills for some time before he went
into surgery. He was taking many medications for some time, of which was expensive too.
He would use a breathing machine four times per day and the medication that went with
that was close to $1,000 per month...his cost was only about $10 per month.

Bottomline, everyone should have medical insurance but it is incredibly expensive to many
people. It's simply not affordable to the average citizen.

I think the only solution, at least that I can see, is for ALL working adults, to pay for
ALL citizens health insurance. Look, I don't have children in school, but how often do
I pay school tax! I live inside the city now, but I pay city tax and county
my county tax is most SCHOOL TAX. Every bill I receive is charging me for more than
the service I have. My electric even charges for simply coming out to read the meter.

If this country is going to nickel dime us on everything else, much of which is BS, why
not tax people on what we really need. If all working adults had a withholding for
health insurance, we'd all be covered. In addition, all hospitals, pharmacy companies,
physicians, should be monitored for illegal pricing. I worked in health care most my
life so I know first hand how outrageous even the simplest costs should be.

Well someone might say, I don't want money to come out of my paycheck for other
people's insurance. What I say to that is, you are already paying for other peoples
insurance. One way or another, we are all paying.

Comfort- Illness-profit-INTERRELATED » Post #13

Mon Mar 18, 2019 15:46 in General Talk

He never came home. He was in the critical unit after the surgery, for 12 days, and then passed away.
I guess his heart just wouldn't do it's job. He looked like he had gain 100 pounds after surgery. Fluid
was build up and he wasn't having much output, no matter how much lasix he was given. His blood
pressure was low and on that final morning, everyone worked for hours to bring it up but after about
7 hours of trying to keep the blood pressure up, it bottomed out and that was that. I am rather sure
if he had lived, he wouldn't have had use of his hands or feet. Sepsis that set in was so bad, his hands
and feet were black (white man).

His heart surgeon was Indian, by the way.

No, I won't ever recover from it. I don't think anyone does. Life goes on and well you have no
choice to try and drown out the pain. I can't even put his pictures out. On my office desk I have
a table scarf. Under the table scarf I have a photo of him. Every so often, I pull it out and every
time I cry. I am waiting for the day to come, when I pull out the photo and smile instead of cry.
Then I will be able to put his pictures out about the house.

Comfort- Illness-profit-INTERRELATED » Post #9

Mon Mar 18, 2019 06:12 in General Talk

@Nikorj NO Bernie! :lol:

Transfer of account » Post #3

Sun Mar 17, 2019 20:44 in General Talk

sonyjmn wrote: Can Clixsense account be transferred to our children i mean the next generation

currently im working but for future date is it possible to transfer

please do share your views about this

Thank you all

No. Accounts cannot be transferred nor passed on.

Comfort- Illness-profit-INTERRELATED » Post #7

Sun Mar 17, 2019 20:38 in General Talk

rajukurup wrote:
valerie wrote: I don't know what people are going to do.

My husband passed away a year ago this month.
His surgery/hospital was almost one million dollars.

oh' really stunned on seeing this amount :shock: t. What was his illness madam?

He had open heart surgery. Lived 12 days in the hospital after surgery. I wish he had not
had the surgery. I wish he had gone some where else.

All his hospital, doctors, surgeons, tests, surgery, etc....totaled almost 1 million dollars.

It's so hard for people to deal with the death of a loved one but then to get bills for days
after, it's bad thing. Really bad.

Comfort- Illness-profit-INTERRELATED » Post #3

Sun Mar 17, 2019 05:38 in General Talk

I don't know what people are going to do.

My husband passed away a year ago this month.
His surgery/hospital was almost one million dollars.

Payments » Post #2

Fri Mar 15, 2019 13:22 in Payment Proofs


Be sure to blur or edit your transaction id and reference id's from your payment
image before posting.

What book are you reading,( if you dont mind)? » Post #2

Tue Mar 12, 2019 12:11 in General Talk

I don't think I have read any books in awhile. I was just thinking a few days ago
how I should start reading again. Also was thinking I should keep up with the
free books for Amazon prime members.

My bachelor degree is Rehabilitation with a minor in Psychology. At one time I
wanted to major in psychology but found that I disagree with much of it.

When it gets right down to it, I think some of those guys were absolutely crazy!
What do you think?

Tango Card - Get Your Funds » Post #1

Tue Mar 12, 2019 07:30 in General Talk

I have not utilized Tango Card in years, that I knew of.
However, today I received an email that they are changing AND that I had $25.00.
So I cashed it out for an amazon gift card and received it immediately, but here is
the email I received.:

You have a remaining Tango Card balance; Conversion to Reward Link


You have $25.00 left on your Tango Card. We're writing to update you on changes occurring with the Tango Card on 3/31/19.

On 3/31/19, we will no longer be sending out new Tango Cards, and all outstanding Tango Cards will be converted to Reward Links. The Reward Link is our new choice product that has the same redemption options as the Tango Card.

Your Tango Card value is not going anywhere! However, if you do not redeem your balance before 3/31/2019, when you enter your Tango Card number and pin at you will receive a link to your Reward Link that has been loaded with the value previously on your Tango Card. Also note, if you have multiple outstanding Tango Cards with balances on them at that time, they will no longer be able to be combined and each individual card number will need to be redeemed separately.

What do you need to do?
You don’t need to do anything to preserve your value. You are welcome to spend your Tango Card now via the instructions below or enjoy it later as a Reward Link.

Click this button to automatically activate your Tango Card and choose how to spend it:

Therefore, you may want to get your funds now or not. Just letting you know the info I received today.
I did attempt log in but it said they don't allow log in now. So I dunno nor do I recall where that $25.00
came from.

Chocolate eat , pigs way ....tasman1 » Post #4

Tue Mar 12, 2019 07:25 in General Talk

Oh I quit smoking years ago. I am like an alcoholic when it comes to
cigarettes. I don't smoke but I did for many years so every now and
then I get a brief moment of craving a cigarette.

Chocolate eat , pigs way ....tasman1 » Post #2

Mon Mar 11, 2019 22:00 in General Talk

Yep. I know how you feel. Some times I think about smoking a cigarette.

Telegram bot » Post #6

Mon Mar 04, 2019 17:20 in General Talk

Ohhh I thought it was 'telephone bot'. haha :oops:
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