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The Cute Ones :-) » Post #4

Sat Mar 26, 2016 14:29 in General Talk

gorfman44 wrote: No doubt about it --- that is definitely chipcoon from the family of squirrelous cuteous. They seem to be very common
in the State of Tennessee and some times in the State of Confusion! :lol:

I think you're correct.

That is definitely a chipcoon from Tennessee......HEYYYY is that my chipcoon and if so where did he get them coconuts?

To those who celebrate it » Post #4

Sat Mar 26, 2016 14:27 in General Talk

charez wrote: Chocolate !!!



You can't give a dog chocolate, silly boy!

Gay marriage debate? » Post #84

Sat Mar 26, 2016 14:26 in General Talk

By the way, children that are legally adopted, the parents do receive monthly
social security checks and perhaps other benefits as well......in the USA.

Gay marriage debate? » Post #83

Sat Mar 26, 2016 14:23 in General Talk

Actually, the topic isn't about homosexuality or religion.

The topic is 'Gay marriage debate'.

Not much posted here related to the topic.

This is kind of funny because there are many reasons why two people get married
and it is not always about heterosexual or homosexual. In fact, it is not always
about love or sex.

Can't speak for other countries but often in America, people will choose to marry
for benefits. This probably happens much more than what people realize.

For a real example in the opposite direction, my uncle whom retired from the air-force,
(both he and his wife deceased) did not marry his second wife. They chose to live
together and never marry. The reason being was they were both air force people
and to marry would have had a reduction impact on their money. I don't know the
exact details.

There are a lot of people in the USA that are against gay marriage and not due to
religion or morals but may use religion or morals as an excuse. The reason being
is because the opposite can hold true in regards to the tax man and various benefits.
A married couple may have reduced tax's and other such benefits. The working people
see that this might come back to bite them on the rear due to paying tax's that they
feel is too high too much, anyway.

Then there is the child factor mostly pertaining to adoption. Some people think that
an adopted child will be taught homosexual is good and that is the way to be. To me,
that is like telling a black person they should grow up white.

With all the children in the world that are in foster homes, no parents, I find it a
wonderful thing that people can give them a loving home.....I said LOVING home,
NOT sexual home.

More time will tell but thus far, I think one would find if they looked, children that
grow up under the roof of same sex parents, have no baring on their sexual preference.

The Cute Ones :-) » Post #2

Sat Mar 26, 2016 11:45 in General Talk

Heyyyy that not a squirrel! :mrgreen:

I think it is a chipmunk.

Chipmunk with Raccoon tail. :lol:

075c away from another payout » Post #2

Sat Mar 26, 2016 11:44 in General Talk

It's extra money any way you look at it and it all adds up! :thumbup:

Testing avatar... » Post #5

Sat Mar 26, 2016 11:43 in General Talk

zegon wrote: Thx 4 all kind word's about that Picture.

I have 2 'face'ing that everyone gets old, i can live with that... =8-)

I intend 2 live 4ever, so far so good...

Oh yeah, me too! I plan to be around forever......one way or another! :lol:

sponcer » Post #2

Sat Mar 26, 2016 11:41 in General Talk

Your sponsor is whomever you enrolled under when you joined ClixSense.

If you joined at the corporate ClixSense website, that is ok. You don't
need a sponsor to earn money here.

Gay marriage debate? » Post #74

Sat Mar 26, 2016 11:24 in General Talk

I may have to close this topic because it appears people are getting angry in it.

Bottomline, there are varying religions all around the world and in regards to
homosexuals, religious people may see it as a sin.

In addition, whether it be religion or one's individualism, may believe that
homosexuals do not fall into their moral standards.

To be clear, there is all kinds of love. There is love for brother, sister, mother,
father, friend, child, God, husband, wife, and so on.

I don't think you can put a real percentage on how many people are homosexuals
or how many members in ClixSense is homosexuals. :mrgreen:

That's what is wrong with the world.....not homosexuals.....but people infringing
their beliefs on people that don't want to be infringed upon. This is one major
reason why there is war. It's also obvious in this topic that people get all mad
and upset if someone does not believe the same way they do.

Testing avatar... » Post #2

Fri Mar 25, 2016 19:24 in General Talk

Your photo avatar is fine. I see you are a human being....that is very good because
some times I am not sure what I am communicating with online. :P

Gay marriage debate? » Post #50

Fri Mar 25, 2016 19:21 in General Talk

ech00 wrote: Bloody hell, this "General Talk" forum is something else. :lol: Best to give it a wide wide breadth, I think.

HaHa! :lol:

It has become rather wild in here lately.

Need Good Sponsor and Premium Upgrade » Post #2

Fri Mar 25, 2016 08:53 in Member Introduction

Nova-Alex wrote: I started Clixsense last week but I can't seem to get any way with the surveys because I a lot of inventions but the keep on saying I don't qualify and that i should try later and I but they say the same thing. The Tasks and offers work but but i wait to make more money with the ads because i only make $0.018 daily.

I am a Student an don't rely work and have no money to spend on games and so I need premium and a good sponsor that can help me I work hard click the whole day and do the day-bonus.

I need help and I would rely appreciate it.

Thank You :)

A sponsor can't do your work for you.

A sponsor cannot get you qualified to do surveys. Surveys are targeted and for the most
part geared at those in the USA, UK, and Canada.

You might have better luck with TASKS.

Gay marriage debate? » Post #29

Fri Mar 25, 2016 08:47 in General Talk

I have no idea of the percentages but I feel confident that a lot of people
that say they are homosexual, are not. They may live like they are, but
they are not.

What about all the protests over the years with many of the 'homosexuals'
marching down the street practically naked? What is up with that? Why
do homosexuals have to protest in thongs? :lol:

Gay marriage debate? » Post #24

Fri Mar 25, 2016 01:20 in General Talk

revroach wrote:
valerie wrote: I don't care what people do as long as they don't infringe their actions upon me
and as long as they are not physically or mentally harming others.

Everything is against the bible. ALL humans are sinners and one sin is no greater
than another sin.

I'm a pentecostal preachers daughter, so no point in even trying to argue with me. :mrgreen:

Sorry, but some sins make one unclean others are sins unto death. Not all sins are those one would be stoned for.
That is what Christians don't understand when they don't know what Torah says.

As far as the Q&A, I was always told "Gay" means happy, so I am unable to see how some one could not be for a happy marriage. Personally I think the government needs to stay out of a persons bedroom.

Well I don't believe that way. A sin is a sin.

Unclean and a Shame is another matter altogether.

Gay marriage debate? » Post #21

Thu Mar 24, 2016 19:28 in General Talk

Finally, I just want to add that if you were to read a book, would you simply
skip around through the book and read a sentence here and a sentence there?

Growing up we had a scripture box on our dinning table. Open the box and there
would be hundreds of little slices of various colors card stock with each stating
a different scripture. That wasn't so bad since many were simple prayer lines.

Some where along time however, people pluck a sentence or two and in reality
that doesn't usually cut the mustard. It's like this :

'Tom told Sally all her eggs were in the dirty basket'

Now what would you make from that sentence? You would make what it says....
that Sally has all her eggs in a dirty basket. BUT what if you read further up
and further down:

Sally worked all day to clean the basket.
She went to the chicken coup with her clean basket and collected the eggs.
Tom told Sally all her eggs were in the dirty basket.
Sally relayed that her basket wasn't dirty, it was clean, but her eggs are dirty.

:mrgreen:

HAPPY EASTER! » Post #6

Thu Mar 24, 2016 19:18 in General Talk

zegon wrote: Hm, i don't eat anything that's coming out from behind a animal... Jerk...

I don't understand why chicken eat egg's and then sh*t them out...

Chickens are not real smart and they are rather nasty creatures.

However, most the time the egg is clean in retrospect since it is vented.
Farm eggs, should be cleaned off after collecting from the nest.

Gay marriage debate? » Post #20

Thu Mar 24, 2016 19:09 in General Talk

tasman1 wrote: BIG NO ...... HUMANS ARE SICK......Time for humans to go and give a planet to another species

Best give it back to the other animals.....they did a better job of taking care of it.

Gay marriage debate? » Post #13

Thu Mar 24, 2016 15:33 in General Talk

BouldRake wrote: But the Bible also says you should donate your daughter to be gang raped (Judges 19), God will rape your wife (Deuteronomy 28), all non-virgins will be killed by God (Numbers 31), you can keep slaves, that's fine (Leviticus 25), If you're taking morals from a literal reading of The Bible, you'll quickly end up in prison.

You also have to explain why your God is better than mine, when mine is so much older than yours, and half your stories are stolen from mine. Odin wasn't averse to a bit of gender bending now and again - though not to the degree of Loki who was omnisexual, transexual, and both fathered and mothered children. Why is it okay to ignore the All Father, but not Yahweh?

But mostly, why the hell is it anybody else's business?

I am not going to get into the bible here other than to say, I don't think your
interpretation is anything at all like mine.

Some of that is about obedience to God, if memory serves me right....and about
how being disobedient to God can basically wreck havoc on one's life. Also, the old
testament is much different than the new.

Gay marriage debate? » Post #10

Thu Mar 24, 2016 15:14 in General Talk

I don't care what people do as long as they don't infringe their actions upon me
and as long as they are not physically or mentally harming others.

Everything is against the bible. ALL humans are sinners and one sin is no greater
than another sin.

I'm a pentecostal preachers daughter, so no point in even trying to argue with me. :mrgreen:

ClixGrid » Post #16

Thu Mar 24, 2016 14:55 in General Talk

CliX-er wrote:
hansgruber wrote:
CliX-er wrote:
whassan0212 wrote: Can anyone tell me how to get a reward on ClixGrid as i never get anything since i joined, is there any trick :( :? :?

Don't worry, it's not only you. The Grid is just a fraud here. Also the 'Standart' members 'win' more rarely. It's not just luck as all say.

how is it a fraud? please tell me exactly how it is a fraud

You're not charged to agree with me. ;)
Fraud - definition of fraud by The Free Dictionary

Although I can only guess how they cheat us... it's possible there's someone behind the Grid who decides who wins and who doesn't. Upgraded members are more likely to win because they have bought an upgrade and a part of their money for upgrade should be sent back to them through the Grid. I just judge from my experience. I won my last $0.10 on January 7 and I'm clicking all my 30 chances every single day, but I'm not resent at all. I have almost 10k clicks and I have won $3.30 but I don't care... I'm still clicking ads for free because I need that clicks for the Daily Checkilist Bonus. And I even win more chances to click ads for free. That don't bothers me too. I earn my money mainly from tasks despite ClixSense is taking 30% from that money from me. I'm still not resent.

It's long past time you stopped the dumb stuff.

First of all, continuously harassing a particular moderator on this forum is against the
forum rules. I have spent my time more than once deleting your ignorant reports of
that moderator when in fact, he did nothing but follow the owners rules for this forum.

Secondly, posting that the ClixGrid is fraud, would certainly be cause for your membership
to be canceled by admin. This is way out of line. The ClixGrid is not much more than a
traffic exchange with the chance of luck to win a cash prize.

Enough is enough already!
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