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Soy Bean Festival - HeeeHeeeHeee » Post #1

Sat Sep 10, 2016 17:59 in General Talk

What kind of festivals do they have by you?

Here, they have :

*Worlds Biggest Fish Fry - Paris, TN

*Strawberry Festival

*Soy Bean Festival

*Tina Turner Festival - NutBush, TN

There seems to be a lot of festivals here in the summer months, especially.

Do they have festivals by you?

Better times are here , tasman1 » Post #10

Sat Sep 10, 2016 17:53 in General Talk

You want to get things in order long before retirement age. I do wish I had given more
attention when I was young BUT with that said, they didn't and maybe still don't, teach
it in school.

Oh after you get in college, if you go to college, you can take Economics 101 that takes
a person with an IQ of 5000 to understand. :lol:

What I am saying is, our schools and our parents/caregivers should begin teaching us
right away at an early age, the importance and the structure for what and why we need
to secure our retirement.

Moderators Can Fly » Post #5

Sat Sep 10, 2016 17:47 in General Talk

@wendymarais

No it is because some reply to us like we are administration and we're not. Some get mad at us
for any and everything because they think we're suppose to do something to fix their issues. I say
over and over again, I am a member, that is it. I am the help, that is it. Moderators are just members
like everyone else only they try to help. Half the time they get treated like pin cushions. Ouch, Ouch,
Ohhhhh there is another....Ouch, Ouch, Ohhhhhh that one hurt a tad......watch out.....going to hit my
buttocks.......OUCHHHHIIIEEEWOWWOW!

til now - Not English » Post #14

Sat Sep 10, 2016 17:41 in General Talk

nanniesitter wrote: I think that Valerie was being rude and condescending. They don't live here so they obviously don't know the language.

To your first sentence:

That is what you get for doing your own thinking

To your second sentence:

Exactly

til now - Not English » Post #13

Sat Sep 10, 2016 17:40 in General Talk

I couldn't care less! :lol:

hiding forum's user rating was a bad step. » Post #12

Sat Sep 10, 2016 10:39 in General Talk

hiding forum's user rating was a bad step. » Post #11

Sat Sep 10, 2016 10:34 in General Talk

I hope I am not being misunderstood. I know I can be odd. :lol:
All my life, I've been told I have a dry sense of humor.

To be clear, I am not saying members shouldn't have fun here or
converse about topics in general. That is why the general sub
forum is here.

What I am saying, it is that ClixSense is foremost an advertising
program in which members can make extra money and that should
be the main focus.

If you think about it, there is often a lot of time on topics that
reflects away from what a member really could be doing to help
themselves make more money.

I call it 'misplaced focus'.

A real example is one day many years ago, long before CS even
existed, I was spending much of my time one day on a forum. I
took a break and used a safelist to promote a program I was an
affiliate of. Within the hour after sending my ad, I had made about
$250.00. I will never forget that but I do forget that marketers name...
he was killed some years later in a race car at a race track. I recall
receiving checks in the mail every so often when I made sales. Eh
now I am going to research and find out what his name was. Owned
a popular program name Marketing something or other. :lol:

So what i am saying is, if I had continued to sit at the forum that
day, I wouldn't have made the $250.

My point is, it's fine to have some fun. All work and no play makes
something. If you sweat the small stuff and mis place focus, you
lose possibilities that may become realities. That is what I am saying.

til now - Not English » Post #10

Sat Sep 10, 2016 10:05 in General Talk

I like the British language and the French language the best, me thinks.

I guess it has something to do with my childhood.

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Moderators Can Fly » Post #1

Sat Sep 10, 2016 05:47 in General Talk

til now - Not English » Post #7

Sat Sep 10, 2016 05:44 in General Talk

What?

til now - Not English » Post #4

Sat Sep 10, 2016 05:29 in General Talk

By the way charez, American's don't necessarily talk the way you pointed out. What you
pointed out is typo's. Neither do I know what you mean about a triangle having three sides.

I am trying to help people here by pointing out something that is often misunderstood and
could truly cause them to not get the help they need or even to lose money. I am not being
rude.

til now - Not English » Post #3

Sat Sep 10, 2016 05:26 in General Talk

charez wrote: We see people from USA not talking english properly as well, while it is their native language...

I am go glad i didn't go to college
I am have a plan
By the way, triangle have 3 sizes

Oh we rarely talk proper English in the USA. My point is, a lot of people say what I pointed out and
most Americans will take what they are saying, completely opposite. So if they are working in a USA
program, sending in support tickets, or even posting comments on a forum, most will take what they are
saying totally backwards of what they mean.

The only people that talk proper English is the British. Ya got to love the British language....cup o tea
my dear?

Better times are here , tasman1 » Post #7

Sat Sep 10, 2016 05:21 in General Talk

Oh yeah, I would be doing a jig. When you get your first check, you should splurge a little.
Go do something you normally don't get to do.

Retirement in the USA starts at 62 and then it goes by your birth year in regards to full
retirement. If we retire at 62, our retirement check will be much lower than if we retire
at a later age.....and then full retirement is at the maximum dollar. It is different for
everyone according to what they paid in through their employment all their life. I think
the absolute maximum anyone can get in the USA is $2,000 a month retirement check.

Full retirement for me is 66 years old.

til now - Not English » Post #1

Sat Sep 10, 2016 05:06 in General Talk

I wish I had a dollar for every time I have read that on this forum.

We see people outside of the USA often say something like this :

- I made $20 til now

What does that tell the American reader?
It tells us you no longer make $20. You previously made it but up until now, you no longer do.

Another example

-My add-on worked til now

What does that tell the American reader?
It tells us your add-on no longer works.

Let's do another example:

-I was living in India til now

What does that tell the American reader?
It tells us you no longer live in India.

So when you use the words 'til now' you are using those words improperly. I know what you really mean
but most English speaking people will not.

They will think you are saying:

I use to make $20 but I don't any more
My add-on use to work but it doesn't any more
I use to live in India but I don't any more

I know what you are really saying but most won't:

Up to this point, I have made $20
Up to this point, my add-on works
Up to this point, I still live in India

---------------------------------------------
Slang = til
Proper = until

Famous me... » Post #9

Sat Sep 10, 2016 04:51 in General Talk

I never will understand why they send such nonsense. It would make more sense if they
said something like 'a man passed away here recently leaving property that sold for 1.4
million dollars. We have traced his only living relative to be you....

Something like that. It just goes to show how little their brain is. It makes me wonder
if they even know how to wipe their axx.

hiding forum's user rating was a bad step. » Post #6

Fri Sep 09, 2016 16:06 in General Talk

Well I guess I am just an old folk because I think it is ALL silly, to say the least.

The only good part about it is that the administration can see who may be causing issues.

Some times it feels like I am at the kiddie school forum. :lol:

Seriously, there is a place for everything online. At the CS forum, it should primarily be
about members helping each other and helping CS to grow because growth only means
more money for you. It shouldn't be about how many likes someone gets at the forum
or how many warnings someone has at the forum or any of that. This is a make money
program.

Porn Site » Post #2

Fri Sep 09, 2016 12:21 in General Talk

This has already been discussed.

There's a couple of things that are happening or that may be happening.

The first one is your machine. If you don't clear out your machine, you are most probable going to
run into some trouble seeing the unintelligent display of idiocy amongst people with lack of respect
to self and others.

What you need to do is log out of ClixSense and when I say log out, that is what I mean. Click on the
SIGN OUT button. Secondly, you need to close all your windows but one. Best to just go to google
or yahoo and let that be the one that is displaying or a simple blank page. Thirdly, clear your machines
cache.......hit the clear cache button.....wait a few seconds......click it a second time. Fourth, delete
cookies from your machine. Fifth, clear history.......do that twice......click to clear history and wait some
moments and then do it again. Finally, close all windows, reboot your machine. Go to your ClixSense
website and log in.

IF that does not do it, it because of one or the other:

1. Your internet service is slow to propagate and you'll just have to wait some hours for it to do so

2. You did not clear out your machine and you might want to try a crap cleaner that is free to download and use such as ccleaner.

It would be a good idea to explain in detail what problem you are having and since you did not do
that I can only guess you are using a PC or laptop with IE or FireFox.

What does a $15 get You? » Post #4

Fri Sep 09, 2016 08:53 in General Talk

Marcel-R6 wrote: Eh,does it have to be the same list?

No.

What does a $15 get You? » Post #1

Fri Sep 09, 2016 06:52 in General Talk

What can you buy with $15.00 in your country?

In America, and I am rounding off to a common dollar as state prices can vary a little:

One Gallon Milk - $4.00
One loaf Bread - $2.00
Frozen Pack of 20 Biscuits - $4.00
10 pound bag of white rice - $5.00

What ticks you off? » Post #5

Fri Sep 09, 2016 05:50 in General Talk

What kind of question is that?

What do you mean what ticks me off?

I DON'T GET TICKED OFF.......GRRRRRRRRRR ROOOAAAARRRRRRRR!!$#@!&%****%#@
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