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Man gets BIG surprise - ALWAYS Confirm » Post #6

Mon Apr 11, 2016 19:34 in General Talk

tasman1 wrote: From UK Medical health care report




Almost 800 patients have had surgical instruments left INSIDE them after hospital procedures causing 16 deaths since 2005, says new health care report

772 incidents of foreign objects left in patients between 2005 and 2012
Equipment like sponges, towels, needles, instruments, retractors and other small items and fragments of tools have been found in patients
The report from The Joint Commission, a non-profit health care safety watchdog, shows it is due to human error and lack of protocols
The watchdog calling for a stricter, more standardised counting system involving all members of the hospital team

It is mighty crazy all the mistakes they make in the healthcare industry.
Can you imagine going in for surgery and they leave a scalpel or some other surgical item inside you?
I mean, how does that even happen? There you are, a doctor, and you have completed your surgery
and now ready to sew the guy up.....but you ignore the big shiny thing and sew him up. :o

Ways to make money » Post #4

Mon Apr 11, 2016 15:16 in General Talk

ShadowWalker wrote: I've been using PTCs to make extra money but most PTCs seem to be losing their paypal accounts and that is only way I get paid for ways I make money online. Does anyone have any other suggestions for ways to make money online? Thanks!

Oh sure, there are thousands of ways to make money online.

The first thing to do is think of everything you are knowledgable in.
If you have some special skills, expert knowledge about something,
you can sell that information.

The second thing would be to have a website or a blog to introduce
what you are selling to others....and a way for them to pay you.

Another thing is if you have something more tangible such as items
you make or create that people can purchase and you can ship them.

There is auction sites such as eBay, etc. If you have some items to
sell. Some people focus on shopping at auctions and yard sales OFF
line and then resale those items online.

In addition there is also customer support and various other online
services jobs. My oldest daughter went to an online class for about
a year for medical transcriptionist. She has been a medical trans.
online for many years now and has worked for major health care
industries and now manages one, online. Her salary goes directly
into her bank account and she even has all insurances.

Long term free to earn programs .... ClixSense is the best but there
are some others that have been online for years, stable, and pay out
as they state.

Affiliate reselling is a huge area but also can be very lucrative. There
are many reseller sites and example is ClickBank.

Long term affiliate/mlm/tier programs that are legitimate and low cost.
Look for the ones that have been online successfully for at least 5 years.

Start your own program.

Do an online search at google 'how to make money online' or 'ways to
make money online', etc

Too late. You missed it. It got edited » Post #23

Mon Apr 11, 2016 15:02 in General Talk

Yeah,

Eat the spicy nongshim noodles when you want to lose weight.
Things happen when you eat spicy nongshim noodles:

-Your eyes water
-You wish you hadn't told everyone you are on a diet.
-You want to beat up people that told you nongshim spicy noodles are not hot
-You wish you hadn't thrown out all the junk food
-You calculate distance from your house to the nearest fast food joint
-You manage to make it 30 days existing on nongshim spicy noodles and although severely malnourished, when you look in the mirror, you are skinny, short, slanted eyes, and can speak Cantonese.

My ClixSense understand me » Post #3

Mon Apr 11, 2016 14:50 in General Talk

tasman1 wrote: On avg i clik around 400 add a week and on avg i clik wrong cat twice a week but do not have any problem with that . ClixSense understand me and no problem ever . Not to mention here i was paid every time on time [ new payment just posted in payment section ] Plus here We talk freely . on most site you have to think what you post twice
. Plus i can add 1ooos more pluses here for my dear ClixSense

Good points.

Too late. You missed it. It got edited » Post #17

Mon Apr 11, 2016 12:27 in General Talk

zegon wrote: Ops, zegon big mouth speaks with forked tongue .

I was also Edited just recently in another forum thread .

Not so easy to get past the jungle of Mod's here.

Umphf! We carry big spear made from rot wood. Make canoes from tree grass.
Hunt wild boar in tall jungle grass. Take bath in mountain water. Eat sea weed.
Eat oysters to make strong offspring. Have eyes in back of head. Umphfffff!!!

Too late. You missed it. It got edited » Post #13

Mon Apr 11, 2016 10:48 in General Talk

PS. There are noodles that taste better than Ramen.

Try the Nongshim noodles from China.....those will put hair on your chest
and having you clicking at lightning speed (have gallon of water handy).

Too late. You missed it. It got edited » Post #12

Mon Apr 11, 2016 10:46 in General Talk

Too late. You missed it. It got edited

I guess that is what you meant.....I changed the title tot hat.....to that. (see, I do make mistakes)

The 4 Best Jobs for Lazy People » Post #11

Mon Apr 11, 2016 09:59 in General Talk

Ohhhh hahahahaha PTC Paid to Cry......I LOVE THAT! :lol:

The 4 Best Jobs for Lazy People » Post #10

Mon Apr 11, 2016 09:58 in General Talk

oberder wrote:
valerie wrote:
oberder wrote:
zegon wrote: A good job for lazy people is well to test beds.

There's actually one kind of 'job' like that in my country -- in some slums, the person just has to 'sleep' in a coffin, while his/her 'companions' would carry on the act of his/her recent passing -- then they pass a few alms boxes and envelopes to solicit some donations from passer-bys and locals

Nice 'racket' for a lazy one ;)

THAT is almost hilarious! :o

There's also another racket here that involves paying people to cry at your funeral ( at times favored for Chinese families, they pay some people to act as if they were family members, and cry -- often loudly -- for the one who had passed away :( )

Paid to Cry ( PTC ) :mrgreen:

Yes, I have heard of that. I forget what they are called. WAILERS I think. They wail ..... :roll:

Man gets BIG surprise - ALWAYS Confirm » Post #3

Mon Apr 11, 2016 08:09 in General Talk

tomy49 wrote: it is 11 of april not 1 of april.

Well, IF it was an April Fools Joke, I am mighty sure the toothless guy isn't happy
about it but he might be feeling better after his lawyers get done with the dentist.

The 4 Best Jobs for Lazy People » Post #8

Mon Apr 11, 2016 07:56 in General Talk

oberder wrote:
zegon wrote: A good job for lazy people is well to test beds.

There's actually one kind of 'job' like that in my country -- in some slums, the person just has to 'sleep' in a coffin, while his/her 'companions' would carry on the act of his/her recent passing -- then they pass a few alms boxes and envelopes to solicit some donations from passer-bys and locals

Nice 'racket' for a lazy one ;)

THAT is almost hilarious! :o

Man gets BIG surprise - ALWAYS Confirm » Post #1

Mon Apr 11, 2016 07:53 in General Talk

So this man goes to the dentist to have 4 teeth removed. His wife waits in the waiting room.
After a long time, the wife asks about her husband, what is taking so long.

Turns out, they removed ALL of the man's teeth.....and he coded twice on the way to the hospital.
He came very close to death.

This is true and just recently happen a couple of days ago.

I just wanted to point out to you, that YOU own your body so make sure when ever you go to the
dentist, doctor, etc. that you make it very plain and in their face what you are having done that day.
If you are having a tooth pulled, tell the doctor.....you do see you are pulling only this one tooth?
CONFIRM CONFIRM CONFIRM

It seems there are more and more horror stories about wrong body parts being removed and also
from the wrong patient. YIKES!

Do you smell phantom smoke? » Post #22

Mon Apr 11, 2016 07:48 in General Talk

Micshad wrote: @Valerie - I started smoking at 13. At first it was a pack a week. By the time I was 16, it was a pack a day.

Gingivitis is what I first was "diagnosed" with in my 20s, but back then, they didn't do or tell you what to do to stop it; at least not where I live. You were doomed to lose your teeth from it. I was in my 40s when I stupidly listened to the dentist. Funny, but it was less than a year after he pulled all my teeth and I spent all that money on dentures that he retired. He wasn't that old either! I still say i helped his retirement fund big time!!!! :x

Things have sure advanced a lot over the years. I think gingivitis can be hereditary.

I remember when I was a kid in school, we were taught to brush our teeth side ways.
Years later they said don't brush your teeth sideways, brush up and down. Plus, there
was nothing about flossing back then. Now its floss floss floss.

$0.02 ad » Post #2

Mon Apr 11, 2016 07:41 in General Talk

ClixSense is not responsible for advertisers websites.
You can contact ClixSense thru the support helpdesk if you advertise and have a problem.

796 PTC Ads Today » Post #51

Sun Apr 10, 2016 20:11 in General Talk

davidbugs wrote: @valarie did you install Clixsense add on.

No. I primarily use Safari.

hi valerie i need to talk to you personally plz » Post #6

Sun Apr 10, 2016 20:06 in General Talk

pindokhan123 wrote: hi valerie,
i need to talk to you personally abt an issue and its very important to me,is there anyway we can do this? , i will appreciate it, its a matter of utmost trust and i really do need your help on this one as i feel i can trust you .

ie fb chat,email or you suggest,thx in advance.

You can contact ClixSense admin and give them the message to give to me.

796 PTC Ads Today » Post #48

Sun Apr 10, 2016 17:21 in General Talk

I viewed 500 ads today and that panned out to $2.50.

It does take a long time to view a lot of ads. It works very well on an IPad and so
some of the time, I simply sit in my recliner, listen to the news/tv and view the ads
at the same time.

Thats about what it is going to pan out to..... 100 ads = .50 cents and so on.

Too late. You missed it. It got edited » Post #2

Sun Apr 10, 2016 15:37 in General Talk

Oh my gosh. Why would someone care so little about their self to do such a thing!!

796 PTC Ads Today » Post #46

Sun Apr 10, 2016 10:22 in General Talk

Well lets see.....

The 60 second ad is the extended ad and worth a 2 cents
The 30 second ad is the standard ad and that's worth 1 cent
The 15 second ad I think is referred to as the regular ad and that is worth half a cent
The 5 second ad is the sticky ad and that is worth a fraction $0.001
The 5 second ad is the mini ad and that is worth a fraction $0.005
The 3 second ad is the micro ad and that is worth a fraction $0.0010

Anyway, don't pay any attention to me, you probably have it correct. :D

In regards to the 1/4 cent, I am probably thinking in terms of the 15 second regular ads.....
those are worth 1/2 cent.....because 15 seconds is a quarter of 60 seconds. :lol:

Do u support raising mininum wage 15dollar an hour » Post #10

Sun Apr 10, 2016 08:07 in General Talk

Maybe kids should get up off their butts and away from the videos and get out
there and help their parents work. Ya ever think of that, David?

American people have very strong family values and if one thing is obvious in
this country, that still is.

In days not so long ago, kids actually worked to help their parents. My ex
husband, he got up at 4am to feed. He fed horses, cows, etc. He also would
drive up to the tobacco barn to check on the smoking and put more sawdust
on the fire. He helped his father on the farm before school and after school.
He even put out his own tobacco and put the money into a savings for college.
He was one of ten children and every one of those children worked and they
worked with a smile on their face. The boys worked on the farm and the girls
worked on the farm too!
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