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A very dry time here in Sydney » Post #5

Thu Oct 05, 2017 05:26 in General Talk

I would say lack of water is a big problem in some areas of the world
and may even become a bigger issue over time.

It has only been in recent years that water moved to number one as
the largest commodity in the world. It was coffee.

That's interesting about the dams.

I learn something new every day. :D

A very dry time here in Sydney » Post #2

Wed Oct 04, 2017 23:08 in General Talk

Kind of funny with all the water in the ocean how some areas of the world can
be so dry.

It's not that bad here. The weather has been beautiful for the past couple of
weeks but we have not had rain during that time so it has been getting a bit
dry. However, we are expecting a good percentage of rain tomorrow and thru
the next several days.

I planted some shrubs and some pansies and where I planted the shrubs, I
have to fill gallon milk jugs of water, load them on the wagon behind the
lawn mower. Some of the pansies, I have been doing the same.

What do you have there for drinking water? Do you have well water? I guess
since you are in Sydney, you are on city water. Maybe you can fill a few jugs
now in case the start limiting.

I found this online who states they accept Payza » Post #7

Wed Oct 04, 2017 18:20 in General Talk

Will someone lock this topic?

What a shame » Post #20

Tue Oct 03, 2017 17:20 in General Talk

dsbe wrote: I remember hearing a story, I don't know if it is true, that in WW2 exit interviews showed that the US soldier kill rate was much lower than the government anticipated. Most soldiers just didn't have the heart to fire on another human being.

By the time Vietnam rolled around, the US redeveloped their training so that soldiers were no longer using round targets in practice but started using human shaped targets. This apparently was enough to desensitize soldiers to the point that the kill rate went way up per soldier versus the kill rate in WW2.

Take it for what it is worth

I don't know if it is true or not but certainly could be. Sounds logical.

I would imagine in most cases of kill or be killed, kill is going to win.

Reminds me of the old Lee Marvin movie 'Hell in the Pacific'.

Some times the choices we make, are not ours. As stupid as that
sounds, it is true.

What a shame » Post #18

Tue Oct 03, 2017 11:38 in General Talk

pahunt925 wrote: TV, movies, video games, guns, knives, and bombs don't kill people. People kill people.

Amen to that.

I still believe most people are good. Most people will run to help a neighbor in distress.

Almost immediately of the Las Vegas massacre, people are once more, hollering for gun
control. BUT it is like they don't even hear what they are saying. The 64 year old man
had rigged the guns. Does anyone of them stop to think that these days, people can
make guns? They can make bombs. He could have just as easily if not more easily,
tossed a couple of bombs into the crowd.

I agree we may need some stricter and I should say ENFORCED laws in regards to who
is purchasing them.

No matter what, people with good brains don't kill people. It is people with bad brains
that kill people and if they can't do it with a purchased gun, they will do it with a gun
they print out and if they can't do that, they will do it some other way and there are a
lot of ways.

All we can do in todays world is use more security, more precautions, and we all must
be very familiar with out surroundings every where we go.

Just Curious about Payza » Post #40

Mon Oct 02, 2017 19:37 in General Talk

Well I reckon one thing you could do is to try to spend the money you have in payza
by searching something like this:

Online Stores that accept PayZa (also try the words 'AlertPay')

Clixsense Affiliate Commissions ?? » Post #11

Mon Oct 02, 2017 19:35 in General Talk

fourmoney wrote: I joined for the PTC long time ago. I completed 1 task before the PTC was done away with, before it was talk about doing away with PTC. $0.08. (I think). I still log in everyday and read the forum but cannot make much sense of the task and offers. I have tried a few and after part way through them, I am not allowed to complete them "not qualified for this offer" or something to that effect. The instructions seems scary more-so than helpful. So does the payout method - I use to use Paypal. It may seem easy for some to grasp but not for me, for various reasons.

Did you read in the 'OFFERS' sub forum here about how to do surveys?

Just Curious about Payza » Post #37

Mon Oct 02, 2017 14:37 in General Talk

The reason why ClixSense has Tango is because I directed them to it.

It is a good option and I have used it before over the years.

I think I used it here when it first was added but I won't swear to it.

There are other sites that use Tango card which is what made me think that CS might be interested in adding it too.

Just Curious about Payza » Post #35

Sun Oct 01, 2017 05:33 in General Talk

oldbuddy wrote: You can buy a PayPal MyCash card at many stores.

It would really help if we knew what she was trying to accomplish.

I know when she was posting about it, I thought she meant she could get
funds into her PayPal account from ClixSense, by way of a PayPal card that
she purchases AND that could be done online. In other words, buy the card,
cash earnings out of ClixSense to payoneer and then transfer the funds out
of payoneer onto the card.

I guess that is not what she meant.

Just Curious about Payza » Post #33

Sat Sep 30, 2017 06:14 in General Talk

oldbuddy wrote:
valerie wrote: Someone said up in the Feature Request forum that a person could go to most
any store and purchase a PayPal card. She said then she would transfer funds
she got here onto the PayPal card by way of something else.

I couldn't make much sense out of it but I will go get the link and post it here.
I do know you can get a PayPal Debit Card for free and spend from your PayPal balance at any store (online or offline) that takes MasterCard, I have done it for many years.

Yes that is true, credit card also.

I don't know what she was talking about exactly. She said you could buy a PayPal card
at most any store. She said it was some how connected to NetSpend or one of those.

Maybe I totally mis understood but it sounded as if you could buy a PayPal card, then
transfer funds to it from here to Payoneer for example and then onto the PayPal card.

Dogecoin will make me very rich man in the future » Post #8

Sat Sep 30, 2017 06:07 in General Talk

I have a little doggie too. I don't think he'll make me rich. If anything, poor since
I have to pay for his vet visits, flea meds, food, toys, etc.

I don't think Putin wants doggie. At any rate, he ain't getting my doggie. Let him
go find his own doggie.


Twin.. month $89.6672 last month $87.1818 » Post #2

Fri Sep 29, 2017 16:34 in Success Stories

Let's see if you can make it to $90 for the month of October. :thumbup:

Just Curious about Payza » Post #31

Fri Sep 29, 2017 06:00 in General Talk

You might start on page 3 of that topic.

paypal suggestions | ClixSense Forum

Just Curious about Payza » Post #30

Fri Sep 29, 2017 05:58 in General Talk

Someone said up in the Feature Request forum that a person could go to most
any store and purchase a PayPal card. She said then she would transfer funds
she got here onto the PayPal card by way of something else.

I couldn't make much sense out of it but I will go get the link and post it here.

Just Curious about Payza » Post #24

Thu Sep 28, 2017 15:15 in General Talk

You ask, I told you, and that is all I can do.

someone eating the survey's » Post #3

Wed Sep 27, 2017 20:25 in General Talk

tasman1 is gaining weight!


Would you use your browser CPU mining Bitcoin » Post #13

Tue Sep 26, 2017 10:11 in General Talk

Also, I would suggest not to ignore 'focus groups'.

I am in a focus group that pays me a $15 Amazon Gift Card/Code every month.
I probably don't spend 15 minutes a month of my time there. It's been online
for years.

There's a lot of various focus groups but they are by invite so don't ignore those
if you get an invite.

Would you use your browser CPU mining Bitcoin » Post #12

Tue Sep 26, 2017 10:08 in General Talk

You'd make more with a shop tracker.

One day I received a shop tracker box in the mail.
I threw it away but it was my fault I received it. Some research thing I did.

Anyway, there are things such as shop tracker that you can make a rather
fast $25 or $50 bucks and then it pays you thru-out the year.

Is moustache a symbol of masculine » Post #7

Sun Sep 24, 2017 15:03 in General Talk

I like watching the old classic movies and old tv shows plus the old game shows.

There is a TV channel known as 'Buzzr' and it shows old game shows such as
'Match Game', 'To Tell The Truth', 'What's My Line' and more.

My fav old game show is 'Match Game'. I really like it and it always puts a smile
on my face and makes me laugh. One thing I also really like about it is their

Most of the Match Game shows took place in the 70's. Most everyone looks so
clean, neat, stylish, and nicely dressed, and much more attractive then the way
they dress today.

Betty White is often a panel member on the old Match Game and I don't know if
that woman has ever won anything for her clothing appearance, but she should
have if she hasn't. Her hair is always perfect, her clothes so crisp and colorful.
Even the men on the show, panel and contestants look so neat and stylish. All
those with beards and mustaches look perfectly trimmed.

Today, many people look like trash. Sorry, but it is true. You don't need to have
a bucket of money to be clean and neat and presentable. Today many women
wear a ton of makeup and wear dresses up to their tail and I guess they think
that looks good but I think they look trashy.

Help » Post #3

Sun Sep 24, 2017 14:27 in General Talk

superclickerguy wrote: Hello everyone, I have a question, I'm currently recruiting, and I managed to recruit 12 or 13 referals, but they seem inactive or maybe they dont know what to do? I tried messaging them,they dont respond, How exactly does the referal program work? I get 20% of whatever they make for like? it says somewhere on clixsense that when youre referal makes $5 you make a generous $2,,,is that always? so everytime youre refs make $5 you constantly get $2 commission from each one? I have 13 referals, and under ref balance says 0$,,so i guess none of them accumilated $5 yet? they have to reach at least $5 for anything to show on my affiliate page? please referals are terrible/inactive,,mayb they just need some guidance,I want to help them,,but they dont reply or acknowledge my msgs i send them :(

At the very top of this page you will see 'Affiliates' mouse over 'Affiliates' and
then click 'Program Details'.
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