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22-7-2020 - $11.59 earned! » Post #8

Thu Jul 23, 2020 18:52 in Success Stories

Yes it is a huge turn off. At least it is for me.

If I spend significant time of ten minutes or longer completing a survey, I expect
them to live up to the reward stated, not cheat me out of it. When I do not get
the reward, I have a tendency to get up out of my chair and go do something else
OR go some where else online where I know I will make some money.

I think that is the way it is for many here. Getting discouraged when not being
paid is often the case. To top it off, submitting proof of completion as stated
to support but getting a reply they are not going to pay you, is a bunch of bull.
Many, such as myself, have stopped submitting proof since that ALSO is a waste
of time.

Enough is enough already.

The survival of Netflix and Amazon Prime in danger » Post #19

Thu Jul 23, 2020 12:02 in General Talk

PS. I was thinking about an old gateway laptop I have but I don't even think it had
a floppy drive.

I had a Compaq from 'Radio Shack' store back in the 90's and it had a floppy disc
and that is computer I recall sorting photos onto floppies.

The survival of Netflix and Amazon Prime in danger » Post #18

Thu Jul 23, 2020 12:00 in General Talk

I don't remember the size. I may have had both. Of course, I don't have them any more
but I do remember placing loads of photos on them. One would hold a lot.

That is something I think about in regards to saving photos and documents. I still like to
print them out.

There are people that see Facebook, Amazon Prime, Cloud storage as the best way to save
their photos. I do think that is handy because if something happens to your physical you
have them safe in the cloud. With that said, you never know what is going to happen with
Facebook, amazon or even the various cloud storage.

The photos that are the ones I really like and same with documents, I print them.

22-7-2020 - $11.59 earned! » Post #6

Thu Jul 23, 2020 11:52 in Success Stories

I have two bananas in the freezer.

They are really working on getting these surveys in and functioning correctly.

I've started my own cheat list to them which so far consisted of 2 samplcios surveys
I did yesterday or might have been day before. So, they stated they are working on
the Samplicios surveys, so to speak.

Nothing is ever going to be perfect in regards to survey routers but there has been
far too many not applying the reward after completion. That is my most concern.
And that is what I am drilling into their heads. We don't want to spend time out
of our daily lives completing a survey to their standards only to not get the reward.

If a survey cannot give me the reward when I complete it, they should not give me
the survey. Once in a blue moon, due to an error of some sort, understandable but
this every day getting cheated our of one or more rewards, must stop.

Second payment,thanks Ysense! » Post #3

Wed Jul 22, 2020 21:53 in Your Stats

Tips for offers and surveys are in the said sub forum. This is for Stats only sub forum.

The survival of Netflix and Amazon Prime in danger » Post #16

Wed Jul 22, 2020 19:03 in General Talk

Also, I used to have a ton of floppy disks. I would spend hours placing all my
photo's on them.

The survival of Netflix and Amazon Prime in danger » Post #15

Wed Jul 22, 2020 18:59 in General Talk

I'm not sure exactly how we did it but yes it was difficult.

My sister and her family was the ones that would record movies constantly and
yes they were horrible.

I had a converter of sorts. Some how it was attached to the tv and then it went
to the converter and the converter went to the VHS tape. Funny, I have not thought
about the item since way back when we had it. Must have been in 80's or maybe
earlier. I do know it was a name brand product.

I don't remember how my sister recorded hers but they recorded every movie
they watched. They all lived on the same valley you could say and would pass
around movies they recorded.

But yeah for sure, they were a mess to watch.

The survival of Netflix and Amazon Prime in danger » Post #13

Wed Jul 22, 2020 18:08 in General Talk

Fear City was interesting.

A lot of people don't realize or don't remember how much Rudy J did for New York.

Lawsuits are starting - Walmart » Post #21

Wed Jul 22, 2020 12:11 in General Talk

PS. I think he died at the age of 96

His wife is probably going to surpass him. She is 94.

Lawsuits are starting - Walmart » Post #20

Wed Jul 22, 2020 12:03 in General Talk

The survival of Netflix and Amazon Prime in danger » Post #12

Wed Jul 22, 2020 11:56 in General Talk

We did not have cable in our old VHS record days.

The survival of Netflix and Amazon Prime in danger » Post #11

Wed Jul 22, 2020 11:53 in General Talk

The doc series 'Fear City' is on Netflix today.

The survival of Netflix and Amazon Prime in danger » Post #7

Wed Jul 22, 2020 06:29 in General Talk

Yes it was VHS tapes. Oh yeah they were horrific to watch really. No HD then and
we were very unprofessional recording them. So when we watched a movie we had
recorded, it would be blurry, shaky, bad sound, the whole nine yards.

Oh yes those sports networks will really get you if you are one to watch sports.

Lawsuits are starting - Walmart » Post #18

Wed Jul 22, 2020 06:22 in General Talk

Do jumping jacks.

1 and 2 and 3 and 4 and 5......

Where's Jack LaLane when you need him......oh that's right, he would not go see a doctor and so he died.

Very Interesting and Informative on Prime » Post #12

Tue Jul 21, 2020 22:24 in General Talk

No he didn't.

The twin brothers created Facebook and he stole it from them.

He was suppose to help them. They sued and eventually it was settled for a
very low amount way back then. I think they only got a couple hundred grand.
They were all in college, not in a basement.

The survival of Netflix and Amazon Prime in danger » Post #4

Tue Jul 21, 2020 22:20 in General Talk

Most of my tv's are Samsung. Some are Smart, some are not.

The most recent TV I have is a Google TV. Eh, I'd have to go in the other room to see
the real name of it. :lol: It has a bunch of APPS on it and apps can be added. I played
around with it for a few days after I set it up but I have not used it since....a few months.

I'm not a DVD collector. I have several old classic movies on dvd and at least one entire
tv series that I bought last year 'All In The Family' that I still have not watched all of it.

I do have a DVD player but I have an Xbox and I use it for dvd's.

I remember years ago we used to tape movies. They were horrible to watch. We taped
them on tracks.....8 track I guess. Half the time when ejected the tape stayed in the
player. :?

Chips or? » Post #19

Tue Jul 21, 2020 22:09 in General Talk

I'm not a huge fan of seafood but I do like shrimp and fish.

I don't eat fish heads or fish eyeballs or tiny fish in cans with finger twists.

I'm not from the South. I'm from the North. I live in the South.

I'm from Chicago land.

Very Interesting and Informative on Prime » Post #10

Tue Jul 21, 2020 22:05 in General Talk

I do use Facejunk but not a whole lot. I joined in 2007 so been a member for awhile there.

No, I don't care much for Zuckerbooger. Yeah, he pretty much stole the program.

Lawsuits are starting - Walmart » Post #15

Tue Jul 21, 2020 20:09 in General Talk

monkey brain

Chips or? » Post #17

Tue Jul 21, 2020 20:05 in General Talk

I have never ever ate a sardine in my entire life. YUK! :shock:
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