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Do you own Apple Iphone? » Post #6

Mon Mar 21, 2016 21:42 in General Talk

I was reading some information about how people spend thousands of dollars per
year on apple smart phones and monthly service plans. It was basically talking
about how ignorant people are that these companies don't advertise their pay as
you go smart phones.

It really is senseless if you think about it.

For years I paid verizon every month in addition to purchasing a phone. Several
years ago, I stopped and wish I had stopped much sooner.

You can get smart phones that do the same thing as an apple smart phone with
all the bells and whistles, for a hundred bucks or less......front and back camera,
browser, text, apps, etc etc etc etc. In addition, you can get pay as you go or
even trak fones with minute service plans.

Would you vote for Donald trump for President? » Post #125

Mon Mar 21, 2016 21:33 in General Talk

davidbugs wrote: I am sorry trump supporter. You are not going win the election. You do not have enough support other minority.

Since not enough Alex jones supporter to put trump in the White House.

People are voting Donald trump later vote Hilary and Bernie sanders.

Donald trump isn't going election. Because he is coward and he act like hitler.

The majority Clixsense member doesn't want to vote Donald trump based this poll. 58 percent would not vote Donald trump. Clixsense exit poll.

You do realize that ClixSense is an international program?

Which is the best laptop to buy » Post #5

Mon Mar 21, 2016 11:38 in General Talk

Apple and Lenovo.

Years ago, I ran through on average, 3 computers per year.

I'm not sure of the very first computer I had, I think it was an IBM or some such as that.
I do wish I could remember it. Kind of funny because I did not understand that it cost
money to connect to the internet. At that time, the only way to connect was thru dial
up. I about fainted when I got my phone bill.

The main computer I recall the name of was through RadioShack. Well, I said I remembered
the name but now I forgot. It's whatever RadioShack brand is. It was a horrible computer.

That was all in the 90's.

I have a Gateway laptop that I ordered directly from Gateway and I kept it in my vehicle
most all the time. I still have it. It keeps a charge for approximately 30 minutes. :lol:
I recall buying it about ten or more years ago. The thing about it however is, it works
just fine!

I have had many Dell's and I must beg to disagree. I spent over $2,000 for what was
suppose to be great Dell desktop computer.....about ten years ago and the thing only
lasted a year.

I do have a new dell laptop but I rarely use it. In fact, I have two, one is much smaller
than the other but both are new even tho I bought them a couple of years ago. I don't
use them much because I don't really like them. I also have a Dell Venue tablet that is
ok but same goes, I rarely use it.

Lenovo, I love their laptops and tablets. For the price and what you get, I have been
more than satisfied with them. I like their products better than Dell.

I would have to highly suggest Apple. They may be more expensive but in the long
run, they are less in price because they tend to last a very long time and have fewer
if any serious issues at all.

Sick of PTC... » Post #4

Mon Mar 21, 2016 04:36 in General Talk

I don't do any PTC. I joined TrafficMonsoon to see what that was all about
and saw it was total ponzi in my book so I didn't bother with it. The last
thing I need is to have my bank accounts confiscated and shut down.

The main reason why many of the bux sites fail is because they are useless.
There is no reason for them to exist. In addition, they have operators that
have no idea what they are doing and many are lucky if they can add 2 + 2.

Oh yeah, there is a big difference in shutting down due to failure and shutting
down due to a scam. One thing, if you fail, at least you were honest and
honest with your members. If you're a scam, you have to live with your
no good lying self and perhaps even get hauled off to jail.

For the most part, I stick with the old tried and true.

A good idea is to branch out in different territory. Don't allow the PTC industry
to control your time. There are more ways than one to mix the dough.....errr
shell a walnut....scramble an egg.....mow the grass.....use a straw......

:mrgreen:

Spring has sprong » Post #2

Sun Mar 20, 2016 12:32 in General Talk

Yep. It's a bit chilly here for the first day of Spring.

No ads today???? » Post #3

Sun Mar 20, 2016 12:30 in General Talk

Usually if you don't see ads, simply click around the site and eventually
you'll see them.

Do you get free stuff online? » Post #11

Sun Mar 20, 2016 11:15 in General Talk

Marcel666 wrote: The only free stuff I've ever got where...Trojans :lol:

Marcel you are crazier than I am. :shock:

Do you get free stuff online? » Post #9

Sun Mar 20, 2016 05:16 in General Talk

@Darkstar2 it's been at least a year ago I received two full size pizza's to try.
Both were very good. So good in fact, I would have liked to known the brand name.
Another time shortly after that I did receive a pizza with the brand name.

I've never received beer. I did receive some sort of soda beverages one time that
was in glass bottles.....about 6 or 8 of them. It was terrible. Ugly color too. Kind
of like looking at murky pond water. I suppose it was sort of on the line of a sprite
or mountain dew, grayish color, not clear. Had a salty taste. I think that has got
to be the worst thing I ever tried and I told them in the followup survey how bad
it tasted.

Some things I receive free, I have no idea where or why.

It's fun and some times very interesting.

Do you get free stuff online? » Post #7

Sat Mar 19, 2016 21:36 in General Talk

Darkstar2 wrote:
ProAdCo wrote: I glance at this topic and I said Uh oh

A Davidbugs question.

Must be a bug going around. :lol:

LOL !

Must be a new strain of the Influenza ;) :P indeed.


Anyhow, yeah receive free stuff online - mostly from the testing panels I am a member of, one of them is known by many here, called Pinecone Research, one of the best panels in my opinion, though I am not allowed to mention the brands or products I receive, but basically mostly food products (sorry, no noodles yet :D)

I've received samples (food and other) from other panels before and through free offers site online, etc.

But beware, if you are getting those FREE samples from a non survey panel, these will come at a cost of possible telemarketing, snail mail spam, e-mail spam, etc....... Though I never had any of those issues from the stuff I get from the survey panels like pinecone or other.

Most of the samples I get from PC are quite generous lol - One time I received an entire, large box of a food product, not just a single sample item. I get paid for the survey part + the sampling part.

I've gotten some free detergent ball thingies you throw in your dishwasher or washer and different items of the sort from those free offers sites.

And yes as Valerie, I too received the granola samples - bloody delicious :D (Got 8 of those actually with different flavours...........) scent stuff, magazines, books, etc.

The thing I've not gotten yet is the PCH guy knocking on my door to tell me that I won $10 million !!! :D

I get some things through Pinecone some times but not real often.
What I don't like about Pinecone, they consistently send those product questionnaire updates.
I have received pizza's, cleaning products, snacks, pet stuff, etc. Not a whole lot but I do get
stuff from time to time from them.

Do you get free stuff online? » Post #6

Sat Mar 19, 2016 21:30 in General Talk

ProAdCo wrote: I glance at this topic and I said Uh oh

A Davidbugs question.

Must be a bug going around. :lol:

I do post varying topics at times because it allows members that
may have an interest in those things, to post. Not everyone is into
arguing politics and name calling.

Do you get free stuff online? » Post #1

Sat Mar 19, 2016 17:59 in General Talk

Remember, links not allowed.

Just wondered if you get free stuff from online?

I do all the time. I get a lot of little stuff too.

Today I received some sort of citrus odor eliminator card. I put it on top of my cat's litter box. :lol:

The other day I received two box's that contained 7 pills each of Align probiotic.
Also received some sort of vitamins.

Also recently I received a cute blue diabetic case. No, I am not diabetic but figure it must be due to
a survey I had taken. It's really cute tho and a cell phone fits in it.

I get a lot of magazines free. I receive everything from business mags, travel, to home decor.

Reminds me of when I was a kid about ten years old. My best friend and I loved getting stuff in
the mail and we would order everything that was free or cheap. Everything from those cat posters
from 1960 comic books, dancing monkeys (they were really tiny shrimp), and other useless stuff.
It was fun.

I've received food items too, such as samples of granola bars.

I know some of this stuff comes from surveys I may take. Still, some are things that I do actually
see online for free and order.

How to utilize advertizments? » Post #6

Fri Mar 18, 2016 21:55 in General Talk

lotoole wrote: I'm having a little trouble understanding how to use the ad feature. I purchased ad space. I don't want to advertise Clixsense on Clixsense obviously. I can't think of anything else to advertise on Clixsense. So is there a way to use those ad credits to advertise Clixsense on other sites? Perhaps I shouldn't have been so quick to buy ads before determining how to use them.

When you purchase ad credits at ClixSense, it is to advertise to ClixSense members.

Not sure why you would buy advertising if you didn't have anything to advertise.

The good news is, you can probably submit a support ticket and get a refund, especially
if it hasn't been too long since you made the purchase.

How to utilize advertizments? » Post #4

Fri Mar 18, 2016 16:42 in General Talk

degerian wrote: So what`s the benefit of advertisement on clixsense.We are spending bucks to promote the site or our referral link.
I know we don`t get credited for clixsense itself, i am talking about other sites banner or promotional/affiliate links while we spend for other sites link here thats it....

I'm not totally sure I understand what you are asking.

You can of course purchase credits to advertise your websites or blogs or affiliate
programs or other programs you are in.

You can also use your earnings to purchase advertising credits.

Do you plant a Veggie Garden? » Post #23

Fri Mar 18, 2016 16:40 in General Talk

@lotoole That's kind of funny and it does make you wonder what they did so differently.
Green thumb, perhaps. :lol:

I think I have decided to make a very small garden and have used my trusty shovel to
start it today. It's about an 18 x 15. I think I will make the rows on the short side. I
can have a couple of rows of tomatoes and bell peppers and still have plenty of space
for other stuff. I am going to make another area, of a few hills for stuff like cantaloupe.

The larger I make it, the more work will be involved and the more hoeing I will need to
do. Also, I need to see how it does in the area I chose. There is a couple of trees I
thought about cutting down. Maybe I will do that come winter.

Have you consider riding uber? » Post #14

Fri Mar 18, 2016 16:29 in General Talk

davidbugs wrote: Valarie. It's no different calling taxi drivers at all. Your taxi drivers can be dangerous.

Really, David. Gees!

I grew up in Chicago land. I took the bus for 20 cents every where I went.
I also took the subway trains.

In addition, taxi's were a huge part of life up there. My grandmother for
years and years and years had a taxi come to the house and take her to
work and when her shift was over, she had a taxi take her home.

One time Mickey Rooney gave us a ride home by taxi when after we finished
shopping down town. I was just a kid and was sitting on the little pop seat
and I said 'You look like Mickey Rooney'. Turns out, he was. Was getting
hands on experience for some acting role he was doing.

So all those years, guess what? We never died by the hands of a taxi driver. :mrgreen:

Just so you know, taxi drivers must complete applications and have spotless records.

Have you consider riding uber? » Post #6

Fri Mar 18, 2016 14:52 in General Talk

davidbugs wrote: Valarie. You can became uber driver. All you just need a smartphone. You are ready to go make money by picking customer. It's a technology taxi drivers.

If you guys does not have have a job. You can became uber driver and also refer a friend can pay up to 150 dollars each.

I kind of thought that might be what it is.

I wouldn't dare do that. For starters, if you are the driver how do you know you
are not picking up a killer.....and vice versa......which has in fact happen recently.

Future of add value » Post #7

Fri Mar 18, 2016 11:20 in General Talk

BouldRake wrote: Oh, that was Zwallet. You mentioned it a couple of weeks ago, and it drove me insane, until I eventually found an old Geocities page advertising it. Thank God somebody mirrored Geocities before it went down.

I was paid by them - but only once, then they stopped.

YES! That's it! I was going nuts trying to remember that name.
For some reason I was thinking it had the word 'mail' to it so I
was way off and probably would have never recalled the name.

I thought about using 'way back' but that is not helpful if I
don't even know the name. :roll:

No, I never was paid anything but maybe I didn't use it enough.
I don't know but apparently it wasn't all that since it didn't last.

Thanks for the name reminder. :P

Have you consider riding uber? » Post #3

Fri Mar 18, 2016 11:17 in General Talk

davidbugs wrote: Anyone in here ever take uber ride?

To tell you the truth, I don't really even know what it is. I assume it is sort
of like a taxi service of some sort.

I seriously doubt I will ever experience it. I have my own vehicle and do
not need a taxi service.

Future of add value » Post #5

Fri Mar 18, 2016 08:23 in General Talk

BouldRake wrote: SendMoreInfo, MintMail, HTMail?

mail.com was the opposite - you paid them, it was one of the first to offer you paid pop3 accounts.

Older than those.

Actually I did get paid with a couple of those I think.....HTMail and SendMoreInfo.
I do recall I think, advertising with those. I never used MintMail.

There was another one that was an actual email account. You would log into your
email account just like you would gmail or any other. They gave the impression
that you would want to read your email in there because you would earn if you
did. Mixed in with it was ads. In fact, they were probably the first email to place
ads in the view users view. I mean it seemed everyone used this email because
they figured why not....they'll get paid. After a long time tho, users started
complaining because we were never paid anything.....BUT then there was always
a few posting on a forum some where that they got paid. I've tried doing a
search and I can't find it. Driving me crazy not remembering the name.

Who Is To Blame » Post #2

Fri Mar 18, 2016 08:17 in General Talk

I don't know but one thing is for sure, don't drink the water.
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