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Animal Testing for cosmetic Banned in Europe » Post #5

Sun Oct 02, 2016 14:02 in General Talk

Ya, that is all very true also, lotoole.

In my opinion, people have not done too great a job at producing food. In one way, they have
taken the lazy route. They say people that eat people are horrible and it's the unthinkable. Yet,
people don't blink an eye when biting into a hamburger.

Some people do believe that humans are nothing more than cattle, not much different than cattle.
One does have to beg the argument that cattle may actually be smarter than people. It does seem
that every living thing wants to eat another living thing. It's a shame that anything has to eat to
survive. Cattle seem to enjoy life, that is until taken to slaughter.

I believe beauty in regards to what we look like, our skin, aging, is mostly due to heredity and I
don't think in this point in time, we can do anything about that. The next part is defined mostly
by what we put in and on our bodies.

Not wanting to step on any toes but I will say that I think make up on most people, looks terrible.
I think it looks plastic. And when you get on up there in age, such as my age, make up just looks
absolutely horrible on older women. A little make up to emphasize the natural, I think is fine. Today
however, it looks as if women are going overboard with make up.

Xoxly Ads Qyestion Please? » Post #5

Sun Oct 02, 2016 11:49 in General Talk

The dollar amount of ads varies of course. However, the majority of the large amount of ads
is the 15 second ads. It takes about 1 hour to view 100 ads. 100 ads, amounts to about $0.50
cents. 200 ads viewed equal about $1.00. So viewing 4 hours = approximately 400 ads equal
approximately $2.00.

That doesn't sound worth it, does it....but WAIT.....

If you view ads for 5 hours you have probably made approximately $2.75 to $3.00.
If you were wise, you also viewed the 'website explorer' up to at least $1.00. You
may even completed a couple of other small center offers. So if you worked less than
a typical American work day (8 hours) of 6 hours, you could possibly make (0 referrals)
$5 to $10 per day.

Unfortunately not everything is available to everyone and not all that huge amount of ads
is available daily. Everything varies.

Animal Testing for cosmetic Banned in Europe » Post #2

Sun Oct 02, 2016 11:38 in General Talk

In todays world, there is really no point in testing products on animals.

Science knows what chemicals do and how chemicals react with other chemicals.

In my opinion, in regards to cosmetics, people would be better off without them and save a ton of money to boot.

Xoxly Ads Qyestion Please? » Post #2

Sun Oct 02, 2016 09:19 in General Talk

Who knows!

Seriously. Advertisers place ads and when their purchase package is complete, it is over.
They can then purchase more ad packages if they want to.

So I can't tell you if that particular ad campaign is over for good or if there will be more
ad purchases or what. All you can do is continue to check for them from time to time.

I don't know how you can click them for 14 hours straight! I'd be cross eyed. I think the
most I ever clicked at one time period was 700 ads. More recently, I know I clicked 500
ads in one sitting and then the next day I managed to click over 100 more and all that
about had me standing on my head. :roll:

Countdown to 7 Billion » Post #2

Sat Oct 01, 2016 21:59 in General Talk

I don't know. I always kind of think it will take care of itself.

Natural disasters seem to be more and more prominent today.

There's the crazy wars in which people kill each other and they don't even know what for.

Disease is always a biggie. Although health care has come a long way, I am wondering
how much longer people will be able to afford it. Then of course, there seems to always
be another disease or virus lurking around the corner.

I need help with premium account information » Post #2

Sat Oct 01, 2016 21:13 in General Talk

1. Yes

2. If you sign up a member, that member can only sign up one time. Therefore, the sign up bonus is one time per direct referral.

3. You earn on your direct referrals activity

4. As a premium member, you earn the upgrade commission thru 8 levels, year after year.

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I've memorized ads » Post #5

Sat Oct 01, 2016 11:03 in General Talk

I am ______ _______ and I approve this message

First time grocery shopping in 2 months » Post #20

Sat Oct 01, 2016 08:31 in General Talk

Mostly I get my groceries from walmart. There is the DollarGeneral stores just a mile or two
away in either direction and I pick up items there that I may run out of quickly such as bread.

There's also the Save-A-Lot stores not far from the Walmarts and I stock up on some of the
items there such as the 'cream soups', primarily cream of celery soup. Also I buy the large
jars of mild pepper rings there too. I like their crackers and usually buy several box's of those
at a time.

Walmart is just really strange on the shipping and the packaging is usually horrible. Today I
received a box from Walmart that had liquid detergent, batteries, can cat food, and a couple
of febreeze sprays. It came in a nice heavy duty square box with plenty of brown paper on
top and on bottom. That was delivered by way of FedEx. BUT yesterday I actually had to
drive to the post office (only a few miles away) and pick up two box's. One box was HUGE
that had my vegetable oil, tuna, cookies, coffee, coffee filters, and a ton of other stuff...all
in one box with NO paper, NO packaging materials at all. There was a couple of cans of
salmon and those can's were slightly dented. There was also chips and cookies and I have
not opened those yet but if they are not in a lot of crumbs, I will be even more surprised.
The smaller box was packed poorly too. AND that big order came through the postal mail
which you would think if anything came through FedEx it would have been that. Walmart
has the worse packaging and worse shipping as you never know what condition your items
will be in or when you will truly receive them.

ask about tango cards » Post #2

Sat Oct 01, 2016 06:02 in General Talk

How I Use My ClixSense Earnings? » Post #1

Fri Sep 30, 2016 13:06 in General Talk

How do you use your ClixSense earnings?

Food/Baking/Cooking Tips » Post #5

Fri Sep 30, 2016 11:30 in General Talk

To save money and pass down a bit of history to your children/relatives, use quality cast iron cookware.

I use the 'lodge' brand cast iron. I wish I had the old high quality cast iron cookware my grandmother
used all our lives. I hated it growing up because I thought it was too heavy and it wasn't 'pretty'. Now
I sure wish I had it.

To save money and have healthier foods, use cast iron. You can start out with one cast iron skillet.
You'll never need to replace it and you won't waste your money on cookware that goes out of style
or burns up, etc.

I do use stainless steel pots/pans too.

Stay away from coated non-stick cookware.

Food/Baking/Cooking Tips » Post #1

Fri Sep 30, 2016 10:03 in General Talk

Do you have something you do when cooking that maybe not everyone knows?

Here is something I do in regards to popcorn that really works.....

Firstly, I do pop my popcorn in a stainless steel pan on the stove in peanut oil.

Secondly, I keep grind table salt that I grind myself in a coffee bean/spice grinder.
I take regular table salt, place it in the grinder and grind it to a fine powder. Then
I place it in a spice shaker jar. I use this primarily for popcorn.

Thirdly, After the popcorn has finished popping, I pour it in a large bowl, shake
the finely powered salt on the popcorn and mix it around with a big spoon.

Doing it that way, the popcorn is nicely salted without all the salt ending up in the
bottom of the bowl.

First time grocery shopping in 2 months » Post #16

Fri Sep 30, 2016 07:52 in General Talk

Duke's is very good mayo.

There's not much of a selection of stores where I live. Walmart's, Dollar Stores, Save-a-lots and that is about it.

I order various products online and I like to keep stocked up on some items simply because
I don't have to bother with them for awhile.

With items such as toilet tissue, paper towels, kleenex, I tend to order the huge bundles and
in sets of three each. That way I am stocked up on them and I don't have to bother with it
for a good while. I really like ordering those large items because I don't need to fil my cart
or vehicle with them. I do the same thing with detergent, cat food for the cats outside, and
lots more.

Same thing with mayo. I'll order 3 jars of it at a time but I do have a tendency to use it
rather quickly. I make salads such as tuna salad, macaroni salad, potato salad and I use
the Heinz mayo in all those dishes.

First time grocery shopping in 2 months » Post #10

Thu Sep 29, 2016 20:58 in General Talk

It depends on the size of the jar too, of course. But yeah, Hellman's prices really rose
dramatically beginning several years ago and kept going up from there. I noticed also
a few years ago, the quality had gone way down. Hellman's use to be a very thick mayo.
You could actually take a butter knife, dip it in the jar, and spread it easily on your bread.
Now, it is so thin that if you dip the butter knife, it will slide right off before you can make
it to the bread. :lol:

Hellman's actually, as of late, has gone down in price a tad because I suppose they are
losing customers. The prices have been yo-yoing for it.

On walmart dot com for example:

Hellman's 30 oz jar = $4.18
Hellman's 48 oz jar = $5.91

Heinz 30 oz jar = $2.98

First time grocery shopping in 2 months » Post #7

Thu Sep 29, 2016 19:25 in General Talk

A few years ago I bought a couple of prepper buckets. They were $50 each and if left unopened will be
good for 25 years. I have never opened the buckets. Inside is various food packets. Each bucket will
feed one person for 30 days. I'd say, in getting closer to the date I bought those, was more like 4 years
ago. I bought them on a whim. Since I live in a rural area, I thought they might come in handy some
day. Earthquake, Tornado, or something else.

Well I just now looked to make sure of the exact price. $147.58 each.

They have gone up by $100 per bucket, since I bought them 4 years ago. If that isn't inflation, I
don't know what is.

Surveys on my cell phone... » Post #2

Thu Sep 29, 2016 14:43 in General Talk

Your question is already answered.

Clix Sense » Post #6

Thu Sep 29, 2016 14:41 in General Talk

Yes, there is something very bad going on here.

It's called 'math' and 'work' and it appears you have done neither.

You joined Jan 19, 2012 and believe it when I say today is Sept 29, 2016.
Let's do the work together, shall we? Ok, here goes:

2012 = One Year
2013 = Two Year
2014 = Three Year
2015 = Four Year
2016 thru Sept = 9 months

Let's add that up......ready......let's gooooo

4 years and 9 months.

YAY! Give yourself a pat on the back. You did it!

My 2 Kittens have been killed by dogs in matter of » Post #5

Thu Sep 29, 2016 14:36 in General Talk

Get or make a cage and place food inside. Have the door triggered to close behind
the animal once he is inside. Then call your local animal shelter or someone you
know that cares about animals to come get the animal. They are obviously, hungry
or simply wild.

First time grocery shopping in 2 months » Post #3

Thu Sep 29, 2016 14:31 in General Talk

I buy Heinz. I use to buy Hellman's but stopped a couple of years ago.

If you try Heinz, I think you will like it better. Hellman's went up in price
and their product became thin. Heinz is thick and it taste just as good if
not better.

PS. Heinz is usually $2.97 to $3.00

Mistaken Click on Advert » Post #2

Wed Sep 28, 2016 20:16 in General Talk

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