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Mega millions is 1.6 billion dollars? Are u buying » Post #6

Wed Oct 17, 2018 16:10 in General Talk

Make ya some teeth out of the outback wood. Free.

Mega millions is 1.6 billion dollars? Are u buying » Post #2

Wed Oct 17, 2018 07:58 in General Talk

I always find that kind of odd and I also think it is cruel.

There is 868 people out there that could use 1 million dollars.

In other words, why give 868 million to one or two winners when lots of
other people are in need!

Of course I realize not all of that goes to the winner/winners due to TAX.

I got a speeding ticket YIKES! » Post #10

Wed Oct 17, 2018 05:56 in General Talk

The thing about it is, a speed trap town.

I don't live in that town.

We came off the expressway (my sister with me) and turned right onto
what I would deem as the main drag of the town. I was driving in the
40's and we both saw the sign at the same time 35mph. I took my foot
off the gas to allow the car to slow but there was a cop sitting right on
the other side of the sign.

The cop could see of course by my license plate that I was an out of
towner. He gave me the ticket and then ask us if we were lost. :roll:

Few very stupid , idiotic joke ...tasman1 » Post #4

Mon Oct 15, 2018 06:43 in General Talk

Reminds me of Rodney Dangerfield jokes. :lol:

I got a speeding ticket YIKES! » Post #1

Mon Oct 15, 2018 06:39 in General Talk

I haven't had a speeding ticket in 30 years.

He clocked me going 49 in a 35 mph zone.

$164 fine! That is $20 for the speeding and $144 court cost even tho I won't
be going to court. I can pay the fine online but still must pay the total of $164.

:( :? :roll:

Canada to take us to hell....tasman1 » Post #2

Mon Oct 15, 2018 06:36 in General Talk

Well I don't know about that, tasman1.

Maybe if everyone is high, they won't feel like going out and shooting people.

if you ever have an opportunity to use Skrill » Post #4

Thu Oct 11, 2018 07:13 in General Talk

Just because they charge high fees and/or you don't like them does not mean
they are a scam. Personally I have no knowledge of them. However, what a
world it would be if we called everything a scam that we don't like. If you are
going to make such blatant accusations you best have proof of what you say.

Kidney cyst operation [ removal ]...tasman1 » Post #4

Sat Oct 06, 2018 07:03 in General Talk

You'll be ok. Good to have found it and good to remove it.

End is near for ..........tasman1 » Post #11

Wed Oct 03, 2018 16:53 in General Talk

In this country they spend our tax dollars on investigations of old yearbooks and
incidents by kids at unknown houses from 40 years ago. :roll:

Survey problem » Post #2

Mon Sep 24, 2018 07:09 in General Talk

Yes it happens.

Mostly it is due to a pre-screener. You think u r taking the survey but actually it
is a pre-screener to see if u qualify for the survey.

End is near for ..........tasman1 » Post #2

Sun Sep 23, 2018 09:20 in General Talk

In the USA, tax's and insurance has gone way beyond ridiculous.

I would say most average middle class citizens in the USA could get along just fine if
it wasn't for the ever increasing tax's and insurance.

Car Insurance
House Insurance
Health Insurance
Property Tax
Sales Tax

I understand why people move to Alaska in the wilderness.

They say no man is an island. However, I think if I was stranded on an island, I'd like
it just fine, as long as I had shelter and food.

Does it take a long time to make money here? » Post #1

Sat Sep 22, 2018 16:08 in General Talk

Most everyone can make money here.

In regards to how much money you make and how long it takes you to make it,
depends primarily on WHO you are, WHERE you are, and the TIME you put into it.

My sister said to me 'it takes too much time'. I said to her 'how much money
you make playing those games on facebook every night!'.

Now granted, I had a death in the family, sold my house, bought another, sold it,
bought another and trying to get things squared away. So I have not worked at
surveys/offers in some time. But you know what...that is Ok. Just make sure you
log in every now and then because the terms state you if you are not active for
90 days your account goes into default and any funds you do have will be lost.
(read the terms and policies).

Like I told my sister, 'now you know more the reason to my keeping a desk in
the den'. My main desk is in the den so I can spin around and look at the tv
and/or simply listed to the news WHILE I am doing surveys/offers.

ClixSense is not about you getting rich. It's not even about you spending your
every waking hour here. If I have things to do, I do them and then when my
time allows, I make some extra money completing surveys/offers here.

I'm retired so if I make an extra few bucks here a month in my spare time, great!

I am stating all this because of some things I read on the forum, especially lately.
Yes it can be frustrating at times when you spend time and then don't get the
credit for some reason. An example might be attempting a survey and then
getting booted before you finish it. BUT that frustration should not allow you to
become hysterical. You must understand with this crazy stuff online, you win
some times and you lose some times. If you don't want to dish out any money
and you want to make some free money then doing surveys, offers, tasks, etc
can be a good way to go. Just know it is not a perfect entity so to speak and
what you make here is truly often about WHO WHERE TIME.

Is FB working? » Post #6

Sat Sep 22, 2018 09:13 in General Talk

It works for me.

Is FB working? » Post #2

Fri Sep 21, 2018 13:51 in General Talk

What is FB?

Training package » Post #2

Thu Sep 20, 2018 06:45 in General Talk

For support, you can mouse over 'More' at the top right of the page, then click 'Help'.
Submitting a support ticket works just fine and they usually reply rather quickly.

To make money working here, you have several opportunities across the top of the page.
'Surveys' 'Offers' 'Tasks' and so on. Simply mouse over or click those areas. All you
do then for the most part is read the instructions of what any particular thing wants you
to do.

5G internet is very dangerous for human society » Post #11

Wed Sep 19, 2018 07:26 in General Talk

I use TracFone. I have been using that service for several years now and I
kick myself for previously paying for years, every month, to Verizon.

I have a Samsung Galaxy Smart phone. Usually every year I buy a new one.
This year, just weeks ago, I bought one for $79 and as usual it came with
1500 minutes and also text/data. I can access the internet, take photo's,
check email, etc etc etc.

For me, I am not one to chit chat on the cell phone for hours every day.
My conversation is like 'Hello, yes I am on my way, bye'. :D

I do also have 'voice' at home. I make most of my calls on my home phone.
So usually 1500 minutes will last me an entire year and some times longer.

That is what I am saying. While others are paying hundreds or thousands
of dollars for an iPhone plus paying monthly fees. My cost is usually less
than $100 for an entire year for the phone and all.

5G internet is very dangerous for human society » Post #6

Tue Sep 18, 2018 17:17 in General Talk

iceywarm wrote: While I must say that Cell Phones have changed the way we communicate with others I must say it adds to more problems.

One problem I must note is people using the device behind the wheel of the car. I can not tell you how many people I see each year that are texting behind the wheel.

Another problem I have noticed is the general cost of these devices are outstanding. Just this year the basic iPhone will be $749. That is a $50 hike from last year's basic iPhone 8.

My final problem I have noticed is that kids are more addicted to what is going on with YouTube rather than going outside to play with friends, and to hangout. This revolution has changed the dating world. I have met my significant other on the internet rather than on a typical meet up.

Phones have done a lot of good but the bad typically overshadows what they have done.

It's really one of the top dumbest things, in my opinion. All of that.

The iPhone, well I don't know why anyone would throw money away on it. I suspect it is simply
because everyone else seemingly does. There may be some sort of important reason for using
it but I am not sure what it is.

Texting and even Talking on a phone while driving, is mighty dumb too. Why risk your life to
talk or text or use a phone while driving? Stupid is as Stupid does.

Practice Posting Here » Post #947

Sun Sep 16, 2018 20:46 in General Talk

akash432 wrote: My friends whom I convinced to sign up here using my referral link told me that they have signed up using the given link. They all have completed there profile. They all have completed their profile giving all the required info. They are 18 in number bt my stats show only two of them. They logged into their profile and submitted some task successfully. But I can't see any increase in my affiliate commission. Even My referral clicks are only 10% of what I estimated. Why is that? Do you people have an answer?

I am preventing myself from thinking that this website is a spam. What can I do? Can you just help me out?

Frequently Asked Questions About Online Surveys & Tasks

Old Actors » Post #15

Wed Sep 12, 2018 19:00 in General Talk

Micshad wrote: We watch reruns of Hogan's Heros. I was curious if any of them were still alive. There are 2 of them Robert Clary who played the Frenchman (he really was French), but I forget the other guy. Robert is 92. A couple lived into their 90s.

I think a lot depends on lifestyle and genetics. It also helps to have lots of money and famous because the best doctors and hospitals are at you're beck and call.

That's a good point. Not just actors but people with very deep pockets can often have very
regular check ups, even some daily, and the best health care money can buy.

robot vacuum cleaner » Post #3

Sun Sep 09, 2018 09:15 in General Talk

Actually, they are rather good and very helpful to many people.

I know people with disabilities that cannot sweep their floors. The robotic floor sweepers are
a huge help to them.

There is a newer one that is soon to come out that is very expensive. One
problem worth mentioning is, the memory of the floor cleaner. What they
are saying is very sci-fy. In other words, they are saying the newer model
may want to do something else after awhile. In other words, it may get a
mind of it's own when it get's tired of emptying the trash into the waste bag. :lol:
Seriously, that is what the makers are saying. So here we gooooooooooo...
robots having their own mind.
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