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Happy Friday The 13th! » Post #1

Fri Oct 13, 2017 07:03 in General Talk


Testing if this message will post. » Post #16

Fri Oct 13, 2017 06:51 in General Talk

Micshad wrote:
larryonly wrote: The Ubuntu Linux is up to date and will work on almost any computer .
And , bonus, you don't need an anti-virus program.
It is sort of a cross between Windows and Apple , but VERY stable and reliable . :clap: :clap:

Won't I lose all my programs and links if I switch OS? Someone else told me to use Linux and I'm very tempted but I can't afford to lose the programs installed o the antique since some were paid digital programs (no disks).

What good are the programs on your computer if your computer does not work?

Most all software programs that you purchase, have a website log in so that you can
log in and reinstall the software and/or receive updates.

I mean my gosh, you said your computer is about dead. Just using common sense
that means you are going to either need to buy a new computer, a user computer,
have the one you presently own repaired.

Uninstalling and Installing a different operating system may not help at all. Often
if your computer is old and you have used it for a long time, there are various things
that can be bad with it that have nothing to do with the operating system installed on

If you don't have back up's for whatever programs you are referring to, then I would
suggest backing them up now if you can. Maybe a disc or a cloud service. Today
however almost all programs are going to allow you to do more than one install.
I even have the old coffee cup software from many years ago and I go over to
coffeecup any time and download the software again when I want and to any
computer I have.

Bottomline is, if you don't do back ups of your photo's or stuff you save on your
computer, cloud usage, you will just have to chalk it up as a loss. Because when
your computer is dead, it is dead ....... especially if you are not willing to pay
someone to try and recover what's on there.

curious » Post #5

Thu Oct 12, 2017 10:29 in General Talk

I should also add that it often depends on the number of years a person works at that particular place of employment.

For example at the hospital I worked at, it was one week paid vacation the first year of employment,
in addition to what I stated above in regards to sick day accumulated hours and over time accumulated
hours. After a few years, the paid vacation went to two weeks. I think after I had worked there 5 years,
I received three weeks paid vacation in addition to the OT and SD.

There was a ton of benefits working at that hospital. ALL insurance paid. I never paid a dime for
hospital, dental, eye, medications/subscriptions.... all 100% covered. Also they reimbursed college
semester costs as long as you passed with at least an overall C.

Also had my own blood bank. I am RH O- and we had the option to reserve our own blood for our
self or family emergencies. Basically, whomever we deemed to give our blood reserve to, we could.
Needless to say, if you know about blood types, my reserve was usually empty because I gave it
away. :lol:

It was a good place to work but physically and emotionally draining.

Bitcoin cross USD5100! » Post #6

Thu Oct 12, 2017 05:52 in General Talk

CroqueMitaine wrote: make my bank account great again !

Good one, France. Good one. :mrgreen:

curious » Post #3

Thu Oct 12, 2017 05:45 in General Talk

It varies depending on the job and employer benefits.

I worked in a hospital for many years and there was an automatic one week paid
vacation BUT we also accumulated hours of paid vacation for hours we worked
over time. In nursing, there is over time every day if you want it. Also, we got
sick day hours that would accumulate. I'd say that I probably in total, received
about 8 weeks of paid time off per year. Give or take a few days.

Testing if this message will post. » Post #7

Thu Oct 12, 2017 05:32 in General Talk

Just buy an Apple and you won't need to bother with all that. :mrgreen:

How to destroy a computer » Post #16

Wed Oct 11, 2017 20:22 in General Talk

zipscorp wrote: This thread made me laugh a lot, Thanks for that.....
My addition to it is simple
Some of you may remember this one..
Install a free AOL disc!
:lol: :lol:

Good one. lol

Testing if this message will post. » Post #2

Wed Oct 11, 2017 09:17 in General Talk

You might try looking in local papers, eBay, flea markets, garage sales, for a computer.

I visit an antique indoor mall some times near where I live. It's a very large building with
booths that sellers rent the space. All kinds of stuff, not just antiques. They have computers,
laptops, all kinds of stuff.

There's a guy that use to post on these forums a lot. He goes to yard sales often and has
yard sales at times. He gets all of his computers and laptops for dirt cheap from yard sales.

A lot of people sell their computers for very cheap when they get a new one.

Famous People in Your Country » Post #1

Tue Oct 10, 2017 15:04 in General Talk

Can you name some famous people either alive or deceased from your country
and what they did to make them famous?

I'm Moving to Monaco » Post #10

Tue Oct 10, 2017 07:16 in General Talk

tasman1 wrote: Valerie , did you get there? did you find place to live , did you find a job , tell us everything , what is a weather there , any blonde there , do they walk on legs or on heads , tell us , tell us

They are all in good healthy condition.

Not much to order on the food menu. Tuna, Coconut, Spinach, Water.

Breakfast I had coconut
Lunch I had coconut
Supper I had coconut, tuna, and spinach.

For drinks, I had water, water, water, water.

No blondes.
All redheads.
Stop thinking about blonds. Your wife will clobber you!

I'm Moving to Monaco » Post #7

Mon Oct 09, 2017 21:06 in General Talk

People don't live as long in France.

I'm Moving to Monaco » Post #5

Mon Oct 09, 2017 17:42 in General Talk

That's why ya got to save your money and move there.
Must be lower cost of living.

I'm Moving to Monaco » Post #3

Mon Oct 09, 2017 14:19 in General Talk

That's why ya got to make a lot of money doing surveys.....and avoid the casinos.

I'm Moving to Monaco » Post #1

Mon Oct 09, 2017 14:01 in General Talk

How and where to buy a ..tasman1 » Post #9

Mon Oct 09, 2017 06:03 in General Talk

I think you should edit your post, rpdesign.

How much money do you get per day? » Post #5

Sun Oct 08, 2017 12:16 in General Talk

PhillYoung wrote: Maybe I'm just curious about the average income people get here. And it's true I receive very little suitable surveys and offers.
Anyway, thank you and Valerie for your kind reply.

It's too many people from various countries and walks of life to know what an
average amount per day would be here. One would have to categorize members
into groups based on their country, age, sex, family, health, job, time, and so on.

If you made $17 in less than a couple of hours, I would say that is very good.

With that said, it can some times be easier to grab some good offers when new.

You're welcome.

New clixsense. » Post #45

Sun Oct 08, 2017 08:00 in General Talk

It sure sounds like you have an over abundance on your plate 'Angry-me'.

Good luck to you. :thumbup:

How To Keep Referrals Active?? » Post #23

Sun Oct 08, 2017 07:11 in General Talk

rpdesign wrote:
valerie wrote: ...

I don't recall if I was already a member of WordLinx (it was the first PTC) but IF
I was, I didn't give much attention to it at it's start up..

yep...wordlinx existence is liken to a dinosaur age. i was one of their members in the early 2003. everything was slow for about 2 years but did pick up steam later on. @ptcscrutiny knows a lot of their history/background too. but being a TE now, no value at all

I've been a member since their launch and still a member but here again,
I stressed building an organization. I had thousands in my downline there
until they did away with it. :roll: That is the problem with some programs.
They launch and they tell you it is this way so you focus on it this way, and
then at some point they change it. It does really anger a person to say the
least. If you are someone constantly advertising and perhaps paying to
advertise it, placing info on your site about it, then at some point they change
everything, you feel like you have wasted a lot of your time, money, and
energy......not to mention running around the net trying to edit ads.

Richard (wordlinx) is a really nice guy, by the way.

How To Keep Referrals Active?? » Post #19

Sat Oct 07, 2017 19:59 in General Talk

Well in a nutshell, most people don't have the time to sit in front of a computer
all day attempting surveys to make a buck or so. AND when it was a PTC, it still
wasn't very advantageous any where for most people because most people only
say partial cents and found it laughable.

I don't recall if I was already a member of WordLinx (it was the first PTC) but IF
I was, I didn't give much attention to it at it's start up.

When StormPay listed a PTC in their payment processor, I thought it was the
weirdest thing. I did eventually understand what was going on with it and why
it even existed in there in the first place. It made a LOT of CENTS after I gave
it some thought. Users had money coming into the payment processor and
instead of transferring to a bank, they could use it on advertising....all in the
same breath.

StormPay had too many problems any way. Tennessee laws and such. Then
it was a time when people were actively launching all kinds of get quick money

The average intelligent human wants a real business opportunity that has a
real tangible product and can be worked for one or two hours a day.

I can say I always found the PTC end, kind of weird. I don't want to sound
mean or hateful but there are many countries listed in PTC programs in which
people are/were from very poor countries and/or very poor environments. I
am not leaving out people in the USA because there are plenty in the USA that
can't afford to spend money online for anything, let alone a risky biz op.

That's why the upgrade option was so very beneficial here for a long time.
People that really had something to sell, could choose people that spent
money. Otherwise, you could advertise something that was free and not
target it to anyone. Having a lot of eyeballs on your advert that you paid
for and you know they are not going to buy anything, is rather lame.

At this moment, the only thing ClixSense has going for it is it's longevity.
That says a whole lot. However, they are no longer unique in what they
offer as is. There are many GPT programs out there and even a few that
have existed longer than ClixSense. They've also turned cold and some
what rude in their replies as many have stated all the automated replies
to their support tickets. I have also noted that few moderators are around
lately. In addition, few are on the forum. At least when I was moderator,
I would take the time out to post subjects and provoke activity.

How To Keep Referrals Active?? » Post #13

Sat Oct 07, 2017 13:02 in General Talk

Even so, as I look at it and think about it, yeah I would say 'workers'.
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