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Surveys » Post #25

Thu Aug 24, 2017 16:53 in General Talk

You keep that up tasman1 and you'll have to buy a Tasmanian Ranch.

Moderators » Post #1

Wed Aug 23, 2017 09:51 in General Talk

You can contact me over chat and it might be a good idea to do so.

Surveys » Post #15

Sat Aug 19, 2017 15:14 in General Talk

Yes it is. It is summer in the USA. If you are in the USA, you may find they are easier in the cooler
months of the year.

Are You Going to View the Solar Eclipse? » Post #1

Sat Aug 19, 2017 12:10 in General Talk

I received some packages of the solar eclipse glasses today that I ordered from eBay.

Around my area, they are sold out every where and they sold out very quickly. I'm near
Nashville so all the glasses went super fast.

If you want to read about it:


25 facts you should know about the August 21, 2017, total solar eclipse - Astronomy Magazine - Interactive Star Charts, Planets, Meteors, Comets, Telescopes

Payza and what happened to me. » Post #19

Sat Aug 19, 2017 07:18 in General Talk

I was the very first person to join Alertpay. Patel contacted me at that time over MSN Messenger
and ask me to go join, try it out, transfer some money, withdraw money, etc. At that time, USA
members could withdraw their funds by check. I recall it being a very simple process and I also
recall receiving the check in a very timely manner.

I know Patel very well.

Alertpay was their original name and later they changed the name to Payza. Simple as that.
Common sense tells me that was a little play on PayPal. The 'Pay' makes a HUGE difference
in the search engines and more.

As I told you already, there is NO connection in the payment processor.

If you don't believe me, ask Jim, the owner of ClixSense because he worked with John.
John owned Stormpay. John lived in Clarksville, TN and I have been in Clarksville many
many many times and at that time. I don't know if John and Jim had a partnership or
of Jim just worked with John or some relationship or what. It doesn't matter.

The fact of the matter is, Alertpay/Payza is not connected to any other payment processors and
has never been.

Clixsense opinion members » Post #2

Fri Aug 18, 2017 13:48 in General Talk

Since you are in Spain, probably the best people to answer that question would be
others in your country.

The cell phone is one thing and the service is another.

For the last several years, I have been using TracFone service. I usually purchase a
new mobile phone every year or two. I buy one that comes with triple minutes, texts,
and data. Rarely do I even use all the minutes that come with the phone....normally
1,000 to 2,000 minutes. Around the Christmas holiday is when I purchase a new cell
phone for tracfone because they always have a decent deal, phone, triple minutes, etc
at about $100.00. My most recent mobile phone is a Samsung Galaxy Luna Android
Marshmallow.

I also have a landline and so I really don't need a cell phone much. Even in my vehicle,
I have onstar for emergencies.

Frds pls clear my doubt. » Post #3

Thu Aug 17, 2017 13:37 in General Talk

PhoenixARR wrote: Hi frds,

My down liner is don't have bank account so if he want to cash out i can give my payza or payoneer account's email id to update in his cash out option ?

Clixsense will accept this ? 1 email id in 2 accounts is possible ? Pls advice. Thanks.

Note: My down liner is my relation only so no problem in privacy.

Submit a support ticket.

10 bucks a month all you can watch movies theater. » Post #8

Wed Aug 16, 2017 17:13 in General Talk

I didn't click that or read it but I have been hearing for a long time that Hollywood is losing lots of money.

What I say to that is, good. They've been over charging movie goers for a long time.

Now there is so many more ways to watch movies such as Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, and tons of
various channels on Roku, not to mention Kodi.

I will have to say that where I live, the movie theater is extremely low price and more than fair.
They don't allow little dogs so I rarely go. :mrgreen:

Live in INDIA, get help from someone in INDIA, » Post #4

Sat Aug 12, 2017 09:41 in General Talk

That IS the issue with FREE.

Most that want free are not going to do anything at all and many won't even take the time out
to read the website, view the terms, go through the FAQ, read the payment and payout options,
read how to make money, etc.

They simply do not want to do anything....they want someone else to do everything for them.
Everything.

Payza and what happened to me. » Post #9

Fri Aug 11, 2017 19:19 in General Talk

StormPay owned ClixSense.

The Patel brothers launched from scratch, AlertPay.

StormPay was USA based in Clarksville, TN and the owner was John McConnell that resided in the same.

Jim worked with John in StormPay.

John had business partnerships offline such as the race track in Clarksville.

One of the Patel brothers was living in Canada. He was attending college to better learn coding, etc.
He launched a few mlm programs some years prior to alertpay. His brother is in India or was. Due to
laws and legal work, Alertpay was placed in the Patel brother that lived in India name.

I wouldn't go so far to call Alertpay or Payza a scam. I don't even know where they are now or who all
has ownership now and I don't care. The real facts are, due to legalities, they obviously have a tough
time dealing with the USA. Much of this is due in recent years to terrorists and money laundering.

In regards to anyone having personal issues with Payza, I have no yay or nay on that. However, stating
that Alertpay was affiliated with Stormpay, is absolutely false.

Payza and what happened to me. » Post #2

Fri Aug 11, 2017 12:45 in General Talk

Your information is very incorrect.

Moon, dark side,Aliens....taman1 » Post #6

Thu Aug 10, 2017 06:49 in General Talk

I figured it all out a very long time ago.

If you look at humans they have a limited amount of brain usage. In fact, it doesn't take a scientist
to see who uses their brain and who doesn't. It is often, very obvious.

So in humans, we generally remember some things all throughout our life. However, some people
remember more than other people. A good example is two children that that complete a school
exam. One child may score 100 and another child may score 50 even though both studied equally.

Therefore, common sense relays to me that people are incapacitated. People may in fact have the
capacity but during their life, for whatever reason, it is blocked.

There is a higher being that does have the capacity to do all, know all, and all at the same time.
People were no doubt fashioned after that being but given very limited brain function.

This is very easy for me to fathom and I came to this realization many years ago when looking at
a mouse. A mouse has a brain but it has limited brain capacity. I then looked at a cat and a dog.
Same goes. Limited brain capacity. IF the mouse could talk it would tell you it wants to eat and
it wants to multiply because the mouse brain is limited to not much more than that.

Why people as a whole, do not realize the greater being exists, is kind of weird because to me it
is very simple.

Creatures in the universe may exist and they may or may not be created in the same design as the
highest being. One thing I am confident of, all have limited brain capacity in comparison to the
higher being that has the unlimited capacity to know all, all at the same moment.

How long can you survive if.....tasman1 » Post #3

Tue Aug 08, 2017 20:34 in General Talk

I guess I would be ok. I live in a rural area and have land plus farm land. It wouldn't even
matter if I did not have electricity but it sure would be hotter than you know what in the summer
here without it. In the winter, no problem, I have enough wood to last forever and ever.

Everyone should have some basic survival skills.

What do you refer to ClixSense as? » Post #7

Tue Aug 08, 2017 13:07 in General Talk

Ez MOOney

Family Reunions » Post #6

Mon Aug 07, 2017 06:41 in General Talk

When you get a time out, you have two choices :

1. Auto log back in
2. Close

Click 'Close' and copy what you typed.
Then click auto log back in. You'll be right back at the same topic and you click to reply and paste in the content.

Family Reunions » Post #2

Sun Aug 06, 2017 07:32 in General Talk

Yes and sort of. It's not like it use to be because like you said in sorts, the younger generation
does not have the interest like the older did.

Maybe you have heard of TVA (Tennessee Valley Authority) that also stretches into KY.

Back in the 50's, early 60's when the government came in and run everyone out of their homes
in the LBL (Land Between The Lakes) to make it a national park, people spread to various states
to live.

To make it short, every year in the summer, they hold what's called 'The HomeComing' at the
Kentucky Lake area. Everyone that lived or related to the people that lived between the rivers,
gather there. It is or at least was, a very huge gathering. There is long tables set up with almost
everything you can think of to eat. They have the huge iron kettles and fry fish and hushpuppies.
There's the old time barrels full of MOONSHINE. REAL old time moonshine that will knock your
socks off!!! It even has corn floating in it! The whole shebang is lots of fun and lasts an entire
weekend. Everyone is friendly and everyone talks about who is related to who and the old
cemetery's and who is buried where and who married who and all the churches and who went
to which and what state people live in now etc. It's thousands of people and everyone is friendly.
Most the people are related to each other in some way, which is also hilarious to hear people talk
about 10th and 12th cousins! It was free.

It's been years since I have gone so I don't know how many people actually attend any more.
I know it can't be like it use to be because most everyone that lived in the LBL are dead now.
And so it is not like it use to be, for sure.

My family would have a gathering every year usually in the summer. I had an uncle that lived in
Florida and spent his life in the Air Force and often the family get togethers had to focus on his
time frame that he was free. I had an aunt that lived in Kansas. Most the rest of us lived in the
Chicago area until years later. It was always fun.

Yeah, I did some family research and have most of it compiled to print out. It's a lot of pages
and I intend to make three copies, for each of my children. I'll have to buy a ton of ink first.
I have pictures to print out, etc. Lots of work when you start the family history research.

friendship the best feeling » Post #9

Thu Aug 03, 2017 15:47 in General Talk

I believe true friends are always friends.

People are human. They are prone to make mistakes or say something they shouldn't or do something
they regret later. No matter what it is, a true friend sticks by you in thick and thin. It doesn't mean a
true friend must put themselves in jeopardy. It means a true friend can count on their true friend telling
them the truth and helping them in constructive ways.

Do you think Bitcoin is Fad or nextbeanie babies? » Post #16

Thu Aug 03, 2017 15:38 in General Talk

sweetpie3000 wrote:
valerie wrote: Most people that bought beanie babies did not buy them to profit in any way.
They bought them because they were cute and a very inexpensive hobby.

The standard beanie babies sold for only $5.99 to $6.99.

There were and are some that sold for more due to either the lower number
produced or some other factors that resulted in rarity.

I guess in one way you could equate it to bitcoin since there are people that
buy for the present use and those that buy with hopes of making a profit.


Most people took beanie babies serious take it to real business!!! People buy beanie babies in flea market. Sell it on ebay.

I disagree with you.

Most people that bought them, bought them because they were cute and simply found it an affordable
product to collect. This is exactly one big reason why it went under.

My mother collected them.
My sister collected them.
I collected them.

I did not start out collecting them. I was one that bought a few of them in the early days simply
because I visited a new gift shop in the town where I once lived. It was in the early to mid 90's.
There was one small basket of them and I saw a cat, picked it up, decided to buy it because it
looked like one of my cats. I then purchased two more, one for each of my daughters but it was
a different beanie. I don't recall what they were and I guess my daughters may still have them.

My mother and my sister including myself, all agreed that there was just too many to collect. My
sister had a very large aquarium that she no longer used for fish. At the start of her collection, the
beanies looked cute in the aquarium but it wasn't long and they were coming out the top. :lol: My
mother had various containers of them on display.

THAT really was the big issue, no matter what anyone says, I know for a fact it was.....too many
made, too fast. People ran out of space. I had a rather large curio cabinet full of beanie babies.
None of us was in it for profit. It was simply something fun, cute, and affordable to collect.

There was the resellers that bought them to profit immediately by jacking up the prices and selling
them at yard sales, eBay, flea markets, mall stores, etc.

In one way I was lucky I guess because when I lived in Daytona, I met a lady that had a beanie
baby store in the Daytona mall. She came over and bought all that I showed her which was a lot.

The funny thing is, I still had mostly bears and when my house was destroyed, they were destroyed
with it BUT......my mother passed away and one day my sister came over with a huge box to give
me...... YEP, it was a huge amount of her beanie baby collection.

So you see, today I have a curio cabinet that is full of various collectables but mostly, it contains
my mothers beanie babies. Some things have more significance than you might think....and it
is not always money related.

Do you think Bitcoin is Fad or nextbeanie babies? » Post #13

Thu Aug 03, 2017 06:34 in General Talk

Most people that bought beanie babies did not buy them to profit in any way.
They bought them because they were cute and a very inexpensive hobby.

The standard beanie babies sold for only $5.99 to $6.99.

There were and are some that sold for more due to either the lower number
produced or some other factors that resulted in rarity.

I guess in one way you could equate it to bitcoin since there are people that
buy for the present use and those that buy with hopes of making a profit.

paypal shuts down another site » Post #17

Fri Jul 28, 2017 20:42 in General Talk

PayPal has been suspending accounts for many many years.

To go on and on about PayPal shutting down PTC's is almost irrelevant.

Did you know in the USA, in most Cities, traffic cops must meet a quota? Did you know that?
For example if a traffic cop only gives out 5 tickets in one month, he might be considered not
doing his job. His job might be in jeopardy. Think about it.

It's easy to get stuck in an industry you have been using for awhile. The fact of the matter is,
there's an entire internet out there and 99.999% of it is NOT ptc's.

If I had to guess, I'd guess that a day doesn't go by that PayPal doesn't suspend accounts for
one reason or another.
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