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My new page of cool and weird facts,,,n etc etc » Post #74

Sat Nov 19, 2016 12:42 in General Talk

Alaskan Joe:

There is an abundance of snow in town this year. According to the Alaskan local board members,
we are to run the one local snow plow down main street when the snow is above 6 inches. Do
you agree?

Mayor Kitty Kat: Meow

Alaskan Joe:

The Inuits are restless this year due to the lack of whale blubber wash up. Can we donate some
of the local Crisco cooking oil?

Mayor Kitty Kat: Meow

Alaskan Joe:

There's a lack of pencils this year at the grade school. Should we place an order?

Mayor Kitty Kat: Meow

Alaskan Joe: The Tuna Feast will be held on the same date this year as last year. Are you in


Alaskan Joe: Thank you Mayor, see you next week.

whats your favourite food/dish? » Post #128

Sat Nov 19, 2016 12:34 in General Talk

I make a fruit salad often but especially at holidays. It is rather common now but my
grandmother made it when I was growing up so I carried on the tradition you could say.
It's made a variety of ways.

Crushed pineapple, fruit cocktail (mixture of fruit), small curd cottage cheese, cool whip,
and a package of dry orange jello powder. That's pretty much the basic way. I put other
stuff in it such as a jar of cherries, small color marshmallows, pecan pieces, coconut, and
switch up using jello flavors such as green pistachio.

My new page of cool and weird facts,,,n etc etc » Post #68

Sat Nov 19, 2016 06:54 in General Talk

pindokhan123 wrote: thats funny lol...valerie did you find your ex very emotional and would make drastic decisions without thinking?

i tend to follow my heart more ,,i have made crappy decisions and i guess i still do very temperamental too,also i find left handed ppl are slightly gullible,vulnerable and can be fooled easily hmmm :shock:

No. He is highly intelligent. Too intelligent in my opinion. Book smart. One of those guys
that never had to study anything in his life. Tell him something and he remembers it. Read
something, he remembers it. He was tall, dark, handsome and a farmers son. His mother
full blooded Italian. He is the second oldest child, and oldest boy, of ten children. A guy
everyone likes as soon as they meet him......especially the women. :roll:

whats your favourite food/dish? » Post #112

Sat Nov 19, 2016 06:44 in General Talk

Jack Daniel's - Made in Lynchburg TN
George Dickel - Made in Tullahoma TN

Whisky, heals what ails ya. Beer = Barf


What is the best invention EVER! » Post #16

Sat Nov 19, 2016 06:37 in General Talk

Coffee Brewer machines

My new page of cool and weird facts,,,n etc etc » Post #65

Fri Nov 18, 2016 12:00 in General Talk

Pres Obama is left handed

My ex husband is left handed

I am right handed but write left handed with my right hand. My writing is horrible. No one
can read my writing. No one can imitate it. I can't even read my writing.

whats your favourite food/dish? » Post #104

Fri Nov 18, 2016 11:56 in General Talk

I have never ate humous sounds like it would taste like barf.

I hate olives. Olives taste like baby barf.

I don't like beer. Beer taste like fermented barf.

Grape vines are for swinging. Grape vine leaf probably taste like slime barf.

Do you see familiar faces/names in other forums? » Post #12

Thu Nov 17, 2016 13:45 in General Talk

Reminds me of the time when I was in 6th grade and had a crush on a little boy
that wore what appeared to be soda pop bottle bottoms for glasses, had a ton
of freckles that I was just dying to play connect the dots, had the shiniest braces
I ever saw, his hair was so black it glistened like ice, and he always carried a little
brief case. Ya, a little brief case.

On Valentine's Day I gave him 3 cards instead of 1 and I even put a little candy
sweetheart in the paper bag that hung on his chair.

Jewish boy. I was totally in love when he explained in front of the class his family
celebrated something called Hanukah.

Come Spring when school was almost out for the summer season, as I walked home
I would pick buttercups and pull the petals.......

he loves me
he loves me not
he loves me
he loves me not

Every time I ended on 'he loves me not' I'd either pick another flower or rip that
last petal in two.

And then it happen......Spring Dance! Some how, we managed to dance one of the
last dances together. He ask me to dance.....and we danced to 'Hang on Sloopy'.

After the dance was over and everyone left the building, as I walked down the steps,
I turned around and saw him smiling, he waved and I waved back. That was the last
time I saw him.

Only a few years ago, due to friends on Facebook, I heard that he is very wealthy,
travels a lot, and ALWAYS carries a briefcase! :mrgreen:

whats your favourite food/dish? » Post #79

Thu Nov 17, 2016 11:34 in General Talk

It is pretty sad when you can buy a hamburger sandwich for less than you can buy a tomato.


I just went to the Walmart for groceries a couple of days ago. Here is some prices on my tickets:

Eggs 18 count $1.14 (this is a very good price but earlier in the summer they were as low as $0.68 and come winter, they will probably go up above $3.00.

Tomato (I bought two) and they were $1.16 pound and my total for 2 was $2.30.

Onions I bought 1 large yellow onion and they were $1.00 per pound. My cost was $0.98.

Sweet Potato They were large so I bought ONE sweet potato. It was $1.99 pound and my cost was $1.75.

My point is, you can go to McDonalds or probably Wendy's and get a hamburger for a dollar or not much more than a dollar. BUT you can't go to the grocery and buy one friggin sweet potato for that amount.

And it is this type of pricing and mentality that has made half the people in America OBESE.

So you folks in other counties that don't eat like fat pigs, please do give a little sentiment to fat people
in America. A lot of it really is based on the FOOD industry. Not all but a lot.

In reality, people do not need a lot of food to be healthy and alive. If you don't have food or water,
you'll die of thirst long before you die of starvation.

A good idea for those wanting to change their eating habits and cut out the meat, is keep a notebook
handy. Write down the healthy foods you like. Every time you eat a tasty casserole or whatever it
may be, that does not have meat in it and is basically healthy for you, write it down. It won't take
you long to fill your notebook with lots of great tasty foods, meals, etc. You'll find out very quickly
that you won't really miss eating all that meat. And as I stated, if you want to start some where,
start by cutting out the RED meat. Eat birds and fish if you're wanting something fleshy.

whats your favourite food/dish? » Post #78

Thu Nov 17, 2016 11:16 in General Talk

charez wrote: I guess the documentary you're talking is Cowconspiracy.

Yes, that is the one I THINK I was referring to.

There is also Food Inc.

Clixsense is still paying for neteller? » Post #2

Thu Nov 17, 2016 11:03 in General Talk

IF it is available as a payment option in your ClixSense profile then yes, you can choose it.
However, it may take a very long time to get it. As stated in the most recent update, choose
PayPal or Tango for a faster payout.

whats your favourite food/dish? » Post #74

Thu Nov 17, 2016 05:30 in General Talk

It depends on the fish.

I grew up eating meat at most every meal. There was always some sort of meat.
I never ate breakfast on school days but weekends was almost always eggs and
bacon or eggs and sausage. I don't think we ever had a formal lunch time. If I
got hungry before supper, it always varied, a sandwich or something else. Supper
was always some sort of meat, chicken or roast or minute steak or ham, etc.

As a kid, I grew up not thinking about what I ate.

My grandmother told a story a few times that did stick in my head and still does.
As a child, her family had a cow. It was a long way to school and often she would
ride the cow to school. It wasn't just her, but also her two sisters and a brother.
They all loved the cow and saw the cow as a pet. One day, the cow wasn't there
any more. Their dad had taken it to slaughter. All winter, they ate the cow.

Imagine being hungry, sitting down to eat, and there is your pet on your plate.

Her story didn't really jar me as a kid. She'd tell the story and then smile and we
would laugh.

It wasn't til many years later that story really set into my brain.

Some times you have to do what you have to do to survive. And that is understandable.

In the USA, there is plenty of variety in foods. IF you are in the USA, think what you are
contributing to by eating meat, especially RED meat. Watch the documentary some time
'Cow Nation', I think it is called. You don't have to eat meat, especially red meat. It's a
habit. Perhaps like me, a habit you grew up with, not even thinking about it. Well now
you can think about it. You'll feel better. You'll look better. You may even live longer.
You'll save a piece of the environment.

Elaine LaLane » Post #1

Wed Nov 16, 2016 06:34 in General Talk

Say her name ten times real fast! :lol:

I have a feeling she might live longer than her husband did.

Jack lived to be 96, I think it was.

Jack said if you eat something that taste good, it probably isn't good for you.

I wonder if Jack would have lived into his 90's if he had not been a health/exercise enthusiast?

I tend to think of my grandfather in regards to living a long life. He lived into his 90's and he
ate what he wanted and he never actually 'exercised'. He worked all his life. One thing he
didn't do.....he did not really snack eat. He went to bed usually at the same time every night,
got up at the same time every morning, drank coffee every morning, ate meals at meal times,
and rarely ate what we call snacks. He would usually eat an evening snack that was either a
bowl of corn flakes or a bowl of ice cream. Meals were real meals.....fried chicken, real mashed
potatoes, real gravy, fresh or can/frozen vegetable, peach or apple cobbler made from scratch
with fresh fruits or can peaches, foods like that.

Elaine LaLane is 90 years old. She exercises every day and I guess she still eats the same way
they did when Jack was alive.

whats your favourite food/dish? » Post #36

Wed Nov 16, 2016 06:05 in General Talk

Kind of depends on the time of year.

In the winter, I like a good hot soup. I make home made potato soup some times in cold weather
months and like it very well. I make vegetable soup often too.

I guess shrimp is one of my favorite dishes in that I like it most ways. Battered and fried. Steamed
dipped in butter. Coconut batter.

I like potato casserole too that I make. I sliced the potatoes very thin, put in some frozen carrots
and frozen peas, onions, milk, and some times fake meat and then top heavily with shredded cheese.

I like green salads. Cole slaw.

who's up for a live clixsense chatroom? » Post #9

Wed Nov 16, 2016 05:48 in General Talk

In reality, it is not a good idea.

The first problem is, someone would need to monitor it 24/7 so that means around the
clock moderators.

The second problem is, rarely would anyone use it. I know you think they would but
in reality they wouldn't. The thing about a forums is, people come along whenever
they want and post a reply. In a chat room, you may find yourself sitting there alone.

The third problem is, the first place spammers will go every time will be the chat room
to enter links to whatever they are promoting.

I know initially it sounds like a fun idea but believe me, you really do have more
communication by posting on the forum than you would in the type of chat room you
are suggesting.

Keep in mind, ClixSense is an Advertising Program. ClixSense isn't about chat rooms
or even fun. The Forums here are for members to get help. Help about Tasks. Help
about Surveys. Help about Offers. Help about Payments. etc.

Are We for Real » Post #49

Tue Nov 15, 2016 18:17 in General Talk

Do you ever think of who or what may be looking at you?

In other words, just because you don't see anything but air particles, that may not mean
beings are not around you.

What dreams I recall, are dumber than dumb itself.

I guess it is all on how you look at things. Humans could be considered androids or sorts.
We're sort of robotic in many ways. Just because we have some things we call flesh and
blood instead of metal wires, doesn't mean a whole lot when you think about it.

All of us are in a shell. We're like turtles. :lol:

Are We for Real » Post #48

Tue Nov 15, 2016 18:10 in General Talk

@Darkstar2 Drat! I was hoping you wouldn't say that! My shelf life doesn't seem very long
and I am glad there isn't an exact expiration date on it. :shock:

My new page of cool and weird facts,,,n etc etc » Post #56

Tue Nov 15, 2016 07:33 in General Talk

pindokhan123 wrote: yeah i agree val, sometimes these facts need to be verified b4 ppl get serious and actually fling their beds out.

i think water beds are good but i am too scared to buy one just incase my cat jumps on and ruptures it,,,nightmare come true that is.

No! Waterbeds were and are a bad idea.

Even health care such as hospitals and nursing homes got rid of the ones they had, rather quickly.

At one time, it was thought that patients with skin ulcers (and potential) would benefit greatly from
water beds. It was said it would diminish pressure and thereby prevent skin breakdown and aid
greatly in healing. In reality, the waterbeds became a nightmare very quickly for patient and for
health care workers.

There may be some waterbeds used today in some particular health situations but those would be
upwards in expense of $20,000 on upwards.

I went through the whole waterbed thing when they first became popular. The first one I purchased
did not have baffles. At first it was fun but it truly did not make for a good night sleep. The next
one I bought had baffles. Then I had to move and of course, let the water out and fold up the mattress.
After placing the bed in it's new house, and filling the mattress back with water, the baffles were
floating around and not in place. That was very crazy. Then to top all that off, you have to pour a
purifier into the waterbed frequently....otherwise you will be sleeping on stinky stagnate water. Of
course, you must have a heater to keep the water warm. When the heater goes out, you will absolutely
feel like you have suffered the worst fate in the universe when you wake to ice cold's like
waking up naked on a glacier.

Are We for Real » Post #45

Tue Nov 15, 2016 07:20 in General Talk

CatMonster wrote: Everyone watch this:

Our tiny World

Yep, I really like that one. He says a mouthful.

Are We for Real » Post #44

Tue Nov 15, 2016 07:16 in General Talk

I like the dark chocolate covered nuts.....and coffee beans too!
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