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How to bathe in money....tasman1 » Post #2

Fri Jan 05, 2018 14:30 in General Talk

Might be better to use dimes.

Ile dziś zarobiłeś? » Post #63

Fri Jan 05, 2018 11:22 in Polish

Vaikea wrote: ile czasu dziennie spędzacie na tych wszystkich ankietach i taskach?
zarobek 2 dolary dziennie nie brzmi szczególnie zachęcająco..



Różnica wynika z ankiety. Niektóre ankiety nie są zbyt długie. Niektóre ankiety są bardziej czasochłonne niż inne. To dobry sposób na zarobienie dodatkowych pieniędzy w wolnym czasie.

My payment » Post #2

Fri Jan 05, 2018 11:18 in Payment Proofs

Не забравяйте да премахнете транзакцията и референтните номера от плащането си. Това е за вашата защита.
Ne zabravyaĭte da premakhnete tranzaktsiyata i referentnite nomera ot plashtaneto si. Tova e za vashata zashtita.

Thanks Admin! » Post #2

Fri Jan 05, 2018 11:16 in Payment Proofs

Be sure to edit your reference numbers from your payment for your protection.

Some stupid advice on internet......tasman1 » Post #8

Fri Jan 05, 2018 06:41 in General Talk

Yep, there are many retirees today that have moved out of the USA for
a more attractive life style they can afford, else where.

A few years ago I had watched a news show......... 20/20 or 60 minutes, etc
and it was about retirees that had moved to a particular country but I don't
remember which it was. It wasn't Puerto Rico. They showed retired couples
that were living a vacation style life on very little retirement income.

More recently, they were showing people in the USA that had moved to
New Zealand.........a country that I have always wanted to visit. The
New Zealanders are getting a big angry about it because where once was
affordable housing, has increased in price due to the Americans moving in.

That's kind of like 'can't win for losing' because even low cost areas will often
increase in time.

Some stupid advice on internet......tasman1 » Post #6

Fri Jan 05, 2018 06:08 in General Talk

ruthg wrote:
valerie wrote: Yeah, it is tough for the average person to get ahead, not to mention the poor.

The other day they were talking about the new tax plan in the USA and about
the property tax. I'm not talking politics but I am saying I about fell out of my
chair listening to some people up in New Jersey, relaying their property tax for
the year............ $20,000, $35,000, $52,0000. :shock:

What the heck are people living on? Must be gold under their house.

Valerie, I lived in NJ on a small lot The taxes were so high that when we retired we could not afford to stay there. The monthly payment was higher then the mortgage payment. We sold out and moved to Alabama. 14 years ago. :D
I hear from family and friends that the taxes are even higher now.

Yes, exactly. The people I saw and heard talking about their high property tax's, appeared
to be average income people. Of course, in the North, wages are usually much higher than
jobs in the South.

Pay more for property tax than the cost of the house. :o

Need Advise on Keeping Ferals Safe from cold » Post #2

Fri Jan 05, 2018 05:59 in General Talk

Straw

If you're referring to cats, they like two openings. Some cats won't stay within an
enclosure unless there is an escape opening.

Straw is about the best item people can use for animals. Straw absorbs heat, but
not water.

Clothing can get wet. Once it is wet, it becomes cold and may be difficult to dry
within an enclosed area.

Also, it's a good idea to have blocks of some sort to keep an outdoor animal house
up off the ground.

Some stupid advice on internet......tasman1 » Post #2

Thu Jan 04, 2018 16:26 in General Talk

Yeah, it is tough for the average person to get ahead, not to mention the poor.

The other day they were talking about the new tax plan in the USA and about
the property tax. I'm not talking politics but I am saying I about fell out of my
chair listening to some people up in New Jersey, relaying their property tax for
the year............ $20,000, $35,000, $52,0000. :shock:

What the heck are people living on? Must be gold under their house.

will there be more ways to earn and payment optio? » Post #4

Thu Jan 04, 2018 16:21 in General Talk

All the above has already been suggested in the 'Feature Suggestion' sub forum.

will there be more ways to earn and payment optio? » Post #2

Thu Jan 04, 2018 10:06 in General Talk

I don't know.

ClixSense has been functioning successfully for ELEVEN YEARS.

Change is part of business.

I couldn't tell you eleven years ago that PayPal would stop doing business with ClixSense.

And I can't tell you today if PayPal will return or what other payment processors may be
added or what new payment processors will launch tomorrow.

I see you've been here approximately 4 years and have made approximately $14. PayPal
was doing business with ClixSense most of that time so not too sure how much of a difference
that aspect makes to you. See what I am saying? Even when PayPal was an option you
weren't making more than a few cents a day if that.

I do have a suggestion for you.

ClixSense does not delete member accounts so if you did ever want to return, you probably
could. Members do automatically go inactive after 90 days without log in so I would suggest
you might want to log in at least once every now and then to keep your account active.

It's really just up to you, what you want to do.

Payza increase its minimun bitcoin withdraw to 50$ » Post #5

Thu Jan 04, 2018 07:19 in General Talk

So what you are saying BouldRake, in Payza, one loses $30 per $100 spend with Bitcoin?

display port cable? » Post #10

Wed Jan 03, 2018 18:05 in General Talk

Now I realize there is no sound with it. hahahahahahaha :lol:

display port cable? » Post #8

Wed Jan 03, 2018 17:22 in General Talk

I got it.

I am using a HDMI Male to VGA Female Video Converter.

I have a ton of cables cords converters etc but didn't really know what I was looking for.

Thanks again.

display port cable? » Post #7

Wed Jan 03, 2018 15:59 in General Talk

I've got a ton of cables and have not looked every where in my house yet.

I saw one on Amazon but not sure if it will work r what i need.

Why is it I always have what I am not looking for! :(

Not sure about that one BouldRake but may work.

Payments » Post #2

Wed Jan 03, 2018 14:14 in Payment Proofs

Do not display your acct info and do not display ref numbers.

display port cable? » Post #4

Wed Jan 03, 2018 14:10 in General Talk

The way the image appears, it shows the display port from the monitor going into
the hdmi port on the mini computer.


dell stinks.... :evil:


thanks

display port cable? » Post #1

Wed Jan 03, 2018 12:27 in General Talk

I year ago I purchased a monitor and a mini computer. Today I decided to hook it up.

Unpacked everything and no problem hooking things up but then I noticed all I had was
an included VGA cable..............the kind that has the screws on each side to screw in.

So lame since the mini computer does not have that type of display port.


There is a port beside that one that I thought was an hdmi port so I tried that..........nope.


The mini computer has hdmi ports and a display port.

What does the end of an d display port look like?
And do I need a display to display cable or a display to hdmi cable? :?

PS little paper looks like it says E1916H and several other numbers for the cable.
So lame because it displays it as if included.

Older Folks and Bicycle...tsman1 » Post #2

Tue Jan 02, 2018 19:19 in General Talk

I have a couple of mountain bikes and ride them occasionally.

Bikes are not obsolete in America. They are extremely popular and probably more popular
today than ever before.

want to be a millionaire.....start 1. January 2018 » Post #16

Tue Jan 02, 2018 16:15 in General Talk

lotoole wrote: I don't think I'd like to live like those two frugal sisters. You die, leave all your money to someone you may not even know that well and you have experienced nothing - no vacations, no cruises, no road trips. Everyone should live a little. Build up some memories. Die content that you have totally experienced life.

Everyone is different.

Mary and Ruth lived a very active full life. Just because they did not spend money on stuff,
does not mean they were not happy. They were very active in their school system. They had
lots and lots of friends. Almost every day in their old age, they had people visit them....many
were teachers that had been in Mary's class as a child. The money they left no doubt has
helped many people with their education. They experienced much more than many people.
Just because they did not waste money on stuff they didn't need or want, nor take vacations,
does not mean they did not make memories. They were also very active in their church.


I agree, most people are not like that.

Wypłaty » Post #1195

Mon Jan 01, 2018 12:16 in Polish

Atargatis wrote:
valerie wrote:
radioghost wrote: Ok, czy w ktoś co się dzieje z Payzą czy tylko ja mam problem? Dwa tygodnie temu zleciłam wypłatę na konto i rozumiem że święta itp, ale jak dziś weszłam zobaczyć co z tym to okazało się że przewidywana data kiedy otrzymam pieniądze to pierwszy kwietnia(!)

April?

ClixSense does not display the date the payment will be in your Payza account.


Kwiecień?

ClixSense nie wyświetla daty płatności na twoim koncie Payza.

To pewno jest data w formacie amerykańskim, więc wypłata będzie 4 stycznia :D


Nie wiedziałem tego. Gdzie wyświetla się, kiedy otrzymasz płatność? x:D
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