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EU gone mad. Plans to block free speech » Post #52

Thu Jun 02, 2016 19:09 in General Talk

I am tired and I have a headache and I am sick of looking at this junk.

EU gone mad. Plans to block free speech » Post #13

Wed Jun 01, 2016 08:41 in General Talk

First let me you tell you folks something.

This forum has nothing at all to do with free speech or most of the idiotic stupid nonsense
that is often posted in this sub forum. In fact, this forum does not even need to exist. For
years it didn't exist and it can just as easily become non-existent again.

It's these ignorant topics and posts and absurd name callings and needless arguments that
do absolutely nothing to reflect any incentive whatsoever for people to join.

I'm about a dogs hair from contacting Jim and asking him to either close this general sub
forum or banning some members from posting in it.

Y'all can all go play in the sandbox some where else. Most of us are here to make some
money and we don't want our potential or new referrals reading this ignorance nonsense.

No luck in surveys » Post #7

Tue May 31, 2016 05:37 in Your Stats

I don't see STATS here and this is what this sub forum is for.....for
members to post their stats.

To our American neighbours » Post #2

Mon May 30, 2016 20:20 in General Talk

For many people in America, we also reflect on memories of family that have
since departed. Visiting gravesite, placing new flowers, and that sort of thing....
not just those that served in the military.

RIP Harambe.Gorilla killed,neglectful mother lives » Post #10

Mon May 30, 2016 20:16 in General Talk

zegon wrote: @ Valerie

( Uninteresting knowledge )

You have done :

11.446 Posts

and

Earned $ 11,980.75

It basically means that you have earned $1.04 per post.

( i'm going to speed up my posts now =Bc)

You so funny! :lol:

RIP Harambe.Gorilla killed,neglectful mother lives » Post #7

Mon May 30, 2016 13:53 in General Talk

Oh, I left out my example......

When my children were small, I put things out of their reach that might harm them.

RIP Harambe.Gorilla killed,neglectful mother lives » Post #6

Mon May 30, 2016 13:49 in General Talk

I don't really think that parents should leash their kids like dogs, although it might
be a good idea due to all the predators (child abusers) today.

I went to that zoo when I was a kid, by the way.

My two cents:

-Animals should NOT be in a zoo. Zoo's should not exist.

-Animals that have been abused, under suffrage of some sort, should be in a sanctuary.

-Sanctuaries should be extremely secure.

-If zoos are going to continue to exist, they need to make them so secure as to no one
can fall in or climb in.

So the parents are stupid.
The zoo is stupider.

OMG...! I got paid $501.00 by ClixSense 05/17/2016 » Post #29

Sun May 29, 2016 14:17 in Payment Proofs

on_line wrote:
armz_sempoi wrote:
so lucky

It's just my everyday hard work and not being lazy that's what :clixsense: paid me. I work 365 days a year, and non-stop checking available Surveys, Offers & Tasks all the time, each and every single day of my life. :ugeek:

I love non-lazy people!

That's the way you do it.......work.....and work pays you!

Great payout!

Do you still live with your parents? » Post #15

Sun May 29, 2016 12:07 in General Talk

David, I think you either like to pull peoples legs and have a good laugh doing it OR
you are similar to the decor in my yard. Whichever one it is, you are quite hilarious.

All of you please notice this, very important » Post #5

Sun May 29, 2016 11:57 in General Talk

ClixSense happens to be run by intelligent human beings. They're understanding.

If you're going to be, for example, in the middle of the Amazon jungle for over
90 days, just let them know first.

Seriously, that is why they have it set to 90 days. That's more than long enough
for foreseen and even unforeseen circumstances.

can i open a new account here? » Post #2

Sun May 29, 2016 04:15 in General Talk

No, you cannot.

All of you please notice this, very important » Post #2

Sun May 29, 2016 04:10 in General Talk

I'll tell you what the 'suck system' is, it's you not being wise enough to read
the website terms and policies, not to mention even being here for over three
months. Then you come in here complaining to everyone for your own ignorance.

What Brand of Bicycle Would You Recommend? » Post #16

Sat May 28, 2016 20:34 in General Talk

If you are sending them directly to this site, that may be why you're not getting takers.

What are you doing for the summer? » Post #6

Sat May 28, 2016 20:27 in General Talk

Well, I went to the Paris fish fry.....Paris, Tennessee, that is. It's called 'The World's Biggest Fish Fry'
It last about a week and they have parades, rodeo, etc and catfish, hushpuppies, slaw, etc.

Then I went to the Strawberry Festival that is in Humboldt, TN. They have parades and all that
and lots and lots of strawberries!

@Zegon, it took me over 3 years to build my house. It's a lot of work when you're doing most
the work yourself.

I bought a lot of shrubs to plant primarily at the front of the house and at the garage end.

I moved an azalea shrub that seemed to not be doing good this year and I transplanted it up
close to the front porch up against the house. Looks like it is going to do well.

I planted a small veggie garden. Zucchini, Butter Squash, Cucumbers, Watermelon, Cantaloupe,
Tomatoes, Sweet Peppers, Green Beans.....and I did not use a tiller. Used a shovel. It looks to
be doing good. I bought some rather flimsy chicken wire and put around the garden to mainly
keep the cats out of it. I had planted some onion seeds but it doesn't look like those are going
to come up.

I cut Bo's hair practically all off. I do the at the start of summer because it gets so hot around
here. I think he lost a pound of hair. He only weighs 6 pounds. His hair grows back super fast.
Wish mine grew that fast. He got sick today and barfed because he bit an eyeball off a toy and
about choked. Now he smells like puke. I washed his face but he still stinks. I've been calling
him stinky all day. He hates to take a bath and it's not bath time so I will just let him stink a
couple more days.

Then there is work online. Work Work Work. :lol:

Clixsense seems to be good » Post #2

Sat May 28, 2016 16:36 in Your Stats

As far as I know, you must log into CF through your Facebook account.
Some members create a second Facebook account.

What Brand of Bicycle Would You Recommend? » Post #5

Thu May 26, 2016 20:24 in General Talk

Mongoose.

Walmart has good bikes. Not sure why you wouldn't want to get one from there....
especially if you don't want to spend a whole lot. In addition, they will put them
together for you free. Of course, they do have some already put together but if
you look on their website, you can get a much better idea of what is the best and
read the customer reviews.

I've almost always had mongoose bikes and have been pleased with them. The
first mongoose I owned came from a bike store many years ago and at that time,
it was $500. I've since paid less for them and have purchased several over the
years from walmart.

Cats Vs Dogs » Post #7

Thu May 26, 2016 20:13 in General Talk

I have :

Bo - 6 pound maltese that thinks he is 150 pound wolf. Strictly house dog.

Boogie - Old 17 pound one eyed house cat with no tail. I rarely see him except at his food court. He likes to wale at night. MEEEEOOOOOOOWWWEEEEEEEE MEEEEOOOOOWWWWWWEEEEE MEEEEOOOOWWWWWWWW It's very
routine for him to raise cain as soon as I am asleep. He has psychological issues.

Lucy - Outside cat. She is a little white cat that is a very good hunter. I have so many bells hanging on her, you'd think she was Santa. Unfortunately, she still nabs a bird every now and then.

Cookie - Outside cat. She is Lucy's daughter. She's a big cat and she wants you to pet her all the time.

KiKi - Outside cat. He is a big long hair gray cat. He's the type of cat that should really be a house cat. He made this is home over a year ago and so like the others, I took him to the vet and had him 'fixed'.

Put actual prizes in the grid,over 329clicks=0c » Post #2

Thu May 26, 2016 06:34 in General Talk

Well Steve, all I can really say is that is what you get for doing your own thinking.

It is a very good idea to read and understand how things work and if you don't understand
how things work, to ask questions. That is primarily why the forum is here, so members
can help each other.

You joined approximately two weeks ago.

I joined approximately ten years ago.

Who do you think knows more about this program, you or me?

The point I am making is, why not ask instead of coming in here, posting in the completely
wrong sub forum 'Feature Request' and making false claims and scam accusations?

In regards to the ClixGrid in which members may win a cash prize for viewing the ads, it
is of course, totally random and yes those are real members that are displayed with real
winnings. It's not like they win a million dollar lottery. lol The largest amounts given
is $5 and $10 but most winnings are a dime and a dollar.

I truly agree with you about not being able to face your referrals since you obviously
do not understand fully how this program functions any how it has been online and
paying for ten years and how it is the most credible free to earn program online and
how the owner owns credible advertising businesses online as well as million dollar
company offline.

Good luck and I am moving your topic to the General discussions sub forum.

Are any of you gamers? » Post #22

Thu May 26, 2016 06:21 in General Talk

No but I received a fantastic gaming mouse pad just a couple of days ago.
The thing is HUGE and I am going to place it on my desk.....it will cover a
large portion of my desk which will come in more than handy. I won't be
so restricted to just a small mouse pad. It has a life time guarantee and
the thing is humongous!

The Revenant » Post #1

Thu May 26, 2016 06:18 in General Talk

Anyone see this movie yet?

I watched it last night and it is an exciting action packed movie.
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