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old method » Post #2

Mon Feb 19, 2018 09:31 in General Talk

Are you wanting to purchase advertising?

payment » Post #2

Sat Feb 17, 2018 05:35 in Payment Proofs

Be sure to edit out the reference numbers before posting. :thumbup:

Creepy Garbage Mystery ....tasman1 » Post #2

Thu Feb 15, 2018 16:37 in General Talk

That's might silly.

They should use their trash cans as a toilet. That would probably stop it.

Used to be free but now cost .......tasman1 » Post #13

Thu Feb 15, 2018 11:03 in General Talk

No, I wasn't referring to chain joints. I was referring to individual joints.
Some along A1A and in the Daytona Beach area.

Your best bet probably is to hire a home worker. You know, someone
that will go to the store for you once a week or once every ten days, etc.

I did home health years ago and I recall a job I had thru a major hospital
that would send me various places as needed. Some times it was at the
hospital some times nursing homes sometimes peoples homes. Never a
dull moment. :lol: Anyway, there was a couple that had been in a car
wreck. They would had me a big crock pot some times and I would take
it to a local restaurant that would fill it with food. Some times it was bean
soup, some times barbecue, etc.

You might be surprised some of the places that will deliver enough food
to last you several days and without you needing to cook it. Just reheat.

I am sure there is meals on wheels in your area. You should look into that.
It was always served once a day when I worked there and we would deliver
too. Cost was $0. The meals were large enough to be a full supper. Usually
some kind of meat or fish, two or more vegetables, bread/roll, and drink
such as milk and tea plus cake or fruit.

Ankiety » Post #10879

Wed Feb 14, 2018 11:34 in Polish

Rafrza, sorry about that. Post again.

Used to be free but now cost .......tasman1 » Post #8

Wed Feb 14, 2018 11:25 in General Talk

fred891 wrote: Hey Danny,which big grocery store delivers for free? That would be a big deal for me. My hip replacement is 22 years old and it seems to be coming apart. Big time pain and trouble walking just around the house. Going to a grocery store is out of the question. I am paying out too much money just to have someone go to the drug store & grocery store + every thing else. I would love to have groceries delivered but I can't find a store to do that except Amazon & & that is only for shelf stable food.
I would love suggestions and names of food stores that deliver refrigerated food. I live in Daytona Beach, Florida and the city is too small for services like Amazon Fresh, Instacart, Uber delivery or any service like that. I hope I am not way off topic, but when I read your post I just had to find out about free food delivery. It's just about survival.

Fred, I lived in that area some years back, down at Ormond by the Sea.

Just a suggestion, some of the diners around there might deliver additional foods for you
if you make a habit of ordering from them for delivery. Off season especially.

Walmart has order online and pick up in store. Not sure if they are doing that with all items
such as milk, cold foods.

PeaPod is an online program that delivers food but not sure it does in your area.

It's many years ago back when Meals On Wheels first began and I worked for them. They delivered
one full meal every afternoon for qualified senior citizens. It was good food too.

I know what you mean, however. I order a lot of food items online thru Walmart...........OR did.
Walmart is now charging higher prices on most of their food products for shipment. They're trying
to get people into their store. So they display both prices for a product for ship and for pickup.
I think they would lose money like that.

There's more and more sites popping up that deliver package meals, snacks, etc.

Then there is Amazon that sells grocery items.

Mainly, for your area, all I can think of is Shwans. However you spell it.

Happy Valentine's Day to all of you » Post #2

Tue Feb 13, 2018 21:02 in General Talk

Same to you. HapPy VALenTine's DaY!

Received payment » Post #2

Tue Feb 13, 2018 10:03 in Payment Proofs

Great! :thumbup:

Remember to remove your reference numbers from the payment before posting.

Chrome's autoplay policies » Post #12

Mon Feb 12, 2018 12:41 in General Talk

CroqueMitaine wrote: who uses google chrome these days? It's 2018 it's Netscape now

You need some fresh litter. It might stop that itch.

Chrome's autoplay policies » Post #8

Sat Feb 10, 2018 16:55 in General Talk

I haven't been using chrome but I have used the chrome browser without issue, thus far anyway.

Chrome's autoplay policies » Post #6

Sat Feb 10, 2018 16:43 in General Talk

I don't have a problem with it.

Skrill - wypłata » Post #20

Tue Feb 06, 2018 15:52 in Polish

megi140 wrote: Witam Was :)

Chciałam zapytać użytkowników skrilla czy bezpiecznie jest tam trzymać pieniądze przez dłuższy okres czasu ?? Mam zamysł wypłacać sobie pieniądze zarobione tutaj na skrill ale wypłacić dopiero po jakimś czasie jak zbierze się większa suma :) . Opłaty za przelew są bardzo drogie natomiast po przeczytaniu wiele opinii jednak z payzy zrezygnuję bo dużo ludzi miało z nią problemów i wolę już wiecej zapłacić . Pozdrawiam

Bez kryształowej kuli, ale jest online przez wiele lat i powiedziałbym, że jest bezpieczna, jak można się spodziewać.


Ground Control to Major Tom » Post #1

Tue Feb 06, 2018 13:35 in General Talk

Cashout Link Not Working » Post #18

Mon Feb 05, 2018 11:51 in General Talk

lotoole wrote: I thought they would have a Walmart in Malaysia. I thought Walmarts were everywhere. Aren't they on the moon?

I'm sure you are correct about that.

Also, I hear Amazon is on Jupiter.

Cashout Link Not Working » Post #15

Sun Feb 04, 2018 17:46 in General Talk

lotoole wrote:
rpdesign wrote: no .... it's not fixed yet .... my car tire punctured last night and still haven't gotten it replaced. CS didnt sent anyone to fix it :(

spare tire disappeared! :evil:

That happened to me last week. I ran over a big curb and ruined my tire. Limp on over to Walmart. Their big tire sale is still on.

That might be a long hop for him.

44 Days to Spring » Post #2

Sun Feb 04, 2018 12:31 in General Talk

Not the worst winter by far but a very bad winter for the flu.

Maybe the bugs won't be bad this summer in the South.

Cashout Link Not Working » Post #9

Sat Feb 03, 2018 17:20 in General Talk

He said they are aware of it not working and it will be fixed as soon as
the programmer can get to it.

Cashout Link Not Working » Post #5

Sat Feb 03, 2018 12:10 in General Talk

CroqueMitaine needs flea powder.

It's the weekend so reply may be slow.

If you're still having that issue, let me know and I will see if I can get thru to admin
but reply may not be immediate.

Can anything be done here without social media? » Post #2

Thu Feb 01, 2018 16:46 in General Talk

I don't know of anything here that requires a social media account.

CrowdFlower requires a facebook account. At facebook, you can
have multiple accounts. You don't need to socialize.

However, you may notice with many sites and programs, a Facebook
account is required also. Even big company sites.

I suspect it serves several purposes. For example much easier to
log in and sign up, ip track to prevent cheating, etc. Oh and password
recovery can be much easier.

payment » Post #2

Wed Jan 31, 2018 05:49 in Payment Proofs

Be sure to remove or blur the reference numbers out of your image. :thumbup:
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