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Bad adds? » Post #6

Wed Feb 24, 2016 15:51 in General Talk

You can run your anti virus and if that doesn't seem to work, download the free Avast
antivirus because it is good at getting rid of hijackers.

PS. I am assuming you are using a windows based computer running IE or FireFox browser.

Why can't you see your feet when you stand? » Post #5

Wed Feb 24, 2016 15:33 in General Talk

This topic is so hilarious. :lol:

Rich and Poor » Post #32

Wed Feb 24, 2016 11:35 in General Talk

lotoole wrote: That's interesting because my Jewish family died in wars to protect your freedom of speech so you could refer to some of us as "weasel Jews".

I am always appalled at the apparent inability of some people to discuss politics without hurling meaningless insults.

I may be wrong, but I don't think proadco did. What he did was post a link online article/video that did.

Hashbrowns, Hashbrowns » Post #6

Wed Feb 24, 2016 11:33 in General Talk

Micshad wrote: Now you have me drooling but i need to stay away from taters. My 3 favorite foods besides steak and cheeseburgers is potatoes, pizza, and pasta. none of the 3 P's I should eat. :(

Stay away from meat. It'll kill ya.

Discover other foods that you'll like even better.

Tater casserole is a good comfort food. Very filling. Lots of good ole starch. :lol:
I make it without meat.

Slice taters thin. Add about a cup of milk. Salt and pepper. Can of cream cheese soup or can of cream celery soup.
Some chopped onions. Place in pan, cover with foil or lid, bake in oven on 400 to 450 degrees for about 30 minutes.
Remove from oven, remove foil, cover heavily with grated cheddar cheese. Place back in oven uncovered about 10
or 15 minutes. If you want the cheese brown, place higher in over under broiler.

Bad adds? » Post #4

Wed Feb 24, 2016 11:25 in General Talk

I don't know. There is a guy on here that has consistently complained about 'Make Money Robot'.
Sounds like you may be complaining about the same thing.

However, none of us have been able to figure out exactly what he means other than he might have
a hijacker since the ads appear to take him else where.

Hashbrowns, Hashbrowns » Post #4

Wed Feb 24, 2016 05:09 in General Talk

I like fresh hashbrowns.

I like taters.

If I could only have one veggie, I guess I'd choose a tater.

You can do a lot with a tater.

If I had taters I could have fried taters, boiled taters, baked taters, raw taters, and even tater salad.

Throw in a mater and I could eat maters and taters. Just saying!

practicing my English » Post #21

Wed Feb 24, 2016 05:03 in General Talk

white-cloud wrote:
valerie wrote: No, I don't use a spell checker.

@Valerie: Are you an English teacher?
I mean you typed the sentence structure correctly.
Well done!

tasman1 wrote: I can write only English , Croatian way and not trying to change it

I write English the way Croatian's do and I am not trying to change it.

Brain Teaser » Post #2

Wed Feb 24, 2016 04:55 in General Talk

Marie

Scrambled Eggs, Scrambled Eggs » Post #11

Tue Feb 23, 2016 19:38 in General Talk

Tune of the Oscar Meyer wiener song.....now sing along....



Oh I wish I was an egggggg, that is what I truly want to beeeee eeee eeee

If I was an egggggg, everyone would fall in love with meeeeee eeee eeee

:thumbup:

Scrambled Eggs, Scrambled Eggs » Post #7

Tue Feb 23, 2016 15:59 in General Talk

Fried egg sandwiches. Fried egg on toast. Fried egg on biscuit. Fried egg on bread.

French toast. French toast using American loaf bread. French toast using Italian bread. French toast using French bread. French toast with salt and pepper. French toast with syrup. French toast with honey.

Boiled eggs. Boiled eggs on tossed salad. Boiled eggs on tuna salad. Boiled eggs on all salads.

Deviled eggs. Deviled eggs on a plate. Deviled eggs on a devil egg plate. Deviled eggs with mustard. Deviled eggs with mayo.

Bad adds? » Post #2

Tue Feb 23, 2016 15:53 in General Talk

Are you saying you are not getting paid for clicking the ads?

Bacon, Bacon, Bacon » Post #12

Tue Feb 23, 2016 05:44 in General Talk

lotoole wrote: Pigs are amazingly smart. The little ones know their names by their time they're three days old. I opt for veggie bacon by Morning Star which can be found in the frozen section at your super market. Actually, it's pretty good and makes a great BLT.

No matter if you care for animals or not, care for yourself and stop eating meat.

Poor little piggies.

Scrambled Eggs, Scrambled Eggs » Post #5

Tue Feb 23, 2016 05:42 in General Talk

I love eggs. Wish I didn't love eggs.

Scrambled eggs. Fried eggs. Easy over eggs. Boiled eggs. Egg omelets. Egg quiche. Eggs Eggs Eggs.

practicing my English » Post #16

Tue Feb 23, 2016 05:40 in General Talk

oberder wrote: Ok you are, worry not you be. Practice English good you do, learn better use often -- use the Force...

( ... nowwaitamiutethere... reading that in Yoda's voice! :o )

You trying to confuse me, oberder? :lol:

practicing my English » Post #13

Mon Feb 22, 2016 20:39 in General Talk

Never start a sentence with the word 'But'.

practicing my English » Post #12

Mon Feb 22, 2016 20:38 in General Talk

zegon wrote:
ProAdCo wrote: From time to time Valerie tells wild, crazy stories. But, I never see Valerie with any typo's or misspelled wording.
I'm always bad on typo's. I wonder which brand speller Valerie uses for word check?

Seme probplem here, but it is me keyboard that don't inderstand haw 2 speel in Engalish, i can reaad 'Made in China' un it...

From time to time, Valerie tells wild, crazy stories. I never see Valerie miss-spell words. I'm bad with typo's. I wonder which spell checker Valerie uses.

I have the same problem. It's my keyboard that doesn't understand how to spell English words. I can read 'Made in China' on it.

practicing my English » Post #11

Mon Feb 22, 2016 20:32 in General Talk

No, I don't use a spell checker.

practicing my English » Post #5

Mon Feb 22, 2016 12:22 in General Talk

charez wrote: No problem Valerie, we forgive you too :thumbup:

No problem, Valerie. We forgive you too.

practicing my English » Post #3

Mon Feb 22, 2016 12:18 in General Talk

janiss wrote: I am practicing my English here and in others ptc,its good for me write in english,sorry for the mistakes i made :oops:

I am practicing my English here and in other PTC's. It is good for me to write in English. Sorry for the mistakes I made.

Super Tuesday Primary Today Election? » Post #35

Sun Feb 21, 2016 21:04 in General Talk

Bernie is a nincompoop. :lol:
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