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Do you plant a Veggie Garden? » Post #5

Thu Mar 17, 2016 10:51 in General Talk

@gorfman44 no hadn't thought about renting one but I have used gas tillers before.
Amazon has an electric one with mostly all good reviews for $125.00....
' Earthwise TC70001 11-Inch 8-1/2 Amp Electric Tiller/Cultivator ' I was just going
to use a shovel and then kept going through my seeds and decided to plant more
and more stuff. :mrgreen:

What I am mainly concerned about is critters.....mainly squirrels, birds, and raccoons.
I'll have to make a scarecrow, buy mesh fencing, pie pans and sit on my balcony with
a shotgun. :lol:

@Pasappan I sure wish I could grow those kinds of trees here. I love coconut especially.

I'll take some photos later after I get the garden started.

Do you plant a Veggie Garden? » Post #1

Thu Mar 17, 2016 06:33 in General Talk

This year I have plans for a veggie garden,

I have planted some seedlings a week or so ago and several varieties of tomato
plants have already made their way thru the soil and stretching towards the sun
from the window.

I am primarily focusing on Tomatoes and Green Bell Peppers. I am also going
to plant cucumbers, green beans, yellow squash, zucchini, watermelon and cantaloup.
In addition, I may plant a few stalks of corn, a bit of lettuce, and a few other veggies.

Most of my property is very shaded because I basically live in the woods. There is
a some what sunny location in one area that primarily gets morning and early
afternoon sun. So I suspect some veggies may not do too well but I shall see.

I don't have a tiller and thinking about using some of my ClixSense earnings for
to choose an Amazon Gift Card through Tango. I see some small electric tillers
that have very good reviews there. Seems strange to me for a tiller to have an
electrical cord but the area in which I am going to plant, is close to the house so
I guess that would work out ok.

Happy St. Patrick's Day 2016 » Post #6

Thu Mar 17, 2016 05:26 in General Talk

In USA it is just excuse to dye rivers green.

Kidding. :mrgreen:

Your Number of Cash out » Post #6

Thu Mar 17, 2016 05:24 in General Talk

I think about 150.

Gosh, I don't even remember liberty reserve being an option, charez.

Blind date » Post #15

Thu Mar 17, 2016 05:21 in General Talk

It's like the movie 'Man Up'.

He C's her but he doesn't C her because the woman under the clock is not
her but he thinks it's her and the woman under the clock allows him to
believe it is her so what he C's is not what really is but they go on date
and then he finds out he didn't C correctly but it all works out ok anyway
because they C they like each other. C what I mean?

Parents you rather have boys or girls? » Post #24

Wed Mar 16, 2016 16:38 in General Talk

When I had my children, there was no way of knowing what their sex was
until they were born. The most important thing to us, wasn't the sex of
the child, but the health.

My husband was 0+ and ...... well me......I am a universal donor....0-.
If you don't know, that is great for everyone else but not for me since
the only blood I can have is..... 0-.

Anyway since he was 0+ and I was RH0- his positive blood could beat
up the negative blood in my children within my body. That would result
in immediate blood transfusion at birth. Which each pregnancy, the risk
was greater. I was advised not to have more than one child.

Being as I am not one to listen, I had 3 children. Fortunately, all my
children have 0+ blood and all were born healthy and none needed
the blood transfusion. I did make the decision after the third to have
a tubal ligation.

So the third choice up there should be 'healthy'. boy, girl, healthy.

Happy St. Patrick's Day 2016 » Post #2

Wed Mar 16, 2016 07:14 in General Talk

I don't think we know a lot about ole St Patrick except he was a Christian missionary....In Ireland, me thinks...
and so the Irish celebrate St Patrick's Day, to honor him and their own culture.

A lot of Irish came to the USA and in reality helped found the country with their skills and culture.

So, every year we celebrate St Patrick's Day ...... kind of like us celebrating St Valentine's Day.

There's big celebrations, parades, people wearing, green, green. :mrgreen:

voting » Post #6

Tue Mar 15, 2016 09:24 in General Talk

It's usually a language barrier.

All the 'tower of Babel's fault, I am sure. Otherwise, we'd all walk and talk like an Egyptian....
very attractive people, I might add. Probably tolerate the sun well too.

Oh shut up Valerie! :silent:

voting » Post #4

Tue Mar 15, 2016 06:54 in General Talk

Marcel666 wrote: Reading between the lines I'm going to assume he or she means: How to "Get"direct referrals :lol:


I don't get it. Maybe itself means you sign yourself up? Members? You can't sign up members
because they are already members. You can give your referral url to your friends and they can sign up
if they choose to do so.

voting » Post #2

Tue Mar 15, 2016 06:25 in General Talk

What do you mean, how to put direct referrals?

just wondering » Post #3

Tue Mar 15, 2016 06:16 in General Talk

billykilroy wrote: I have missed a day been busy. And sometimes this happens for me. I am getting over 120 ads a day. Is this common? How many ads are you getting?

Yes, some days there are many ads.

Donald what? » Post #4

Mon Mar 14, 2016 22:14 in General Talk

There's a lot of funny stuff out there about the candidates but I think Trump gets
the most of it.

I posted one today on my Facebook in which Trump is sitting with Jackie Gleason in
a scene in the old tv series 'The Honeymooners'. It's hilarious.

Watch any good tv shows lately? » Post #1

Mon Mar 14, 2016 18:24 in General Talk

I heard Walking Dead is going to be an attraction at Disney Universal Studios.

I guess it won't happen but I wish they would come out with a good family
western series.

What do u think about 19 years old retired? » Post #25

Mon Mar 14, 2016 18:18 in General Talk

That's very true Susy_A and really not everyone wants to travel.

Would you vote for Donald trump for President? » Post #112

Mon Mar 14, 2016 18:12 in General Talk

ThelmaLou wrote: Valerie,

I always wondered if the white under his eyes could be white concealer. ???

His hair usually looks fine to me too.

Well, you never know, could have even been some sort of medicine on his
face. I get eczema at my eyebrows some times and I use a white eczema
cream very heavily during those times.

His face really did look like he had glasses on and been in a tanning booth
or something similar. It doesn't look so bad now, tho.

Would you vote for Donald trump for President? » Post #109

Mon Mar 14, 2016 06:35 in General Talk

Of course you can copy what others say and believe what you want to believe.
That is what I am saying. It's called freedom and people can choose to make
up their own minds, do their own research and vote for whomever they want
to vote for. I believe most people do in fact research who they are going to
vote for.

Yes you are a penny banger and you just said it yourself, first you said you are
not and then you said you are.

Rod why don't you stop repeating what everyone else says and why do you keep
posting political stuff in a gpt forum?

Companies Promising Big Bucks » Post #45

Sun Mar 13, 2016 14:54 in General Talk

I don't try and safe keep data or images on computers any more.

Had a house fire some years ago which destroyed most of what I had.
I then came to the realization it was something like being a hoarder.
Hoarding data, images, and loads of stuff that I would never do much
if anything, with.

Also, most people really don't care about your photos. Kind of like in
the adverts where friends come over and are forced to watch little
susie's second grade graduation.

I do take a lot of photos but I also delete a lot of photos. I'll pick out
a good one and print it out, in a frame or photo album it goes.

Would you vote for Donald trump for President? » Post #107

Sun Mar 13, 2016 14:44 in General Talk

I'm just going to chime in and say that I do believe most voters do their research.

Believe it or not, it doesn't take a lot of smarts to know some history of each candidate in the running.
Even a simple google search will relay a lot of info. People, friends, family, students, do talk and
discuss the candidates and what is happening today in America and the world.

I do wish Rod, you would stop calling people penny bangers because something about that does not
sound very nice and if they are a penny banger, then you are too.

Not sure why people think a business person is suppose to have a spotless history. Entrepreneurship
and business often does come with some risks. If you're a big business man with billions of dollars
you may expand your business in many ways and launch various businesses. If some don't work out,
so what? That is what it's about when you are launching a wine business or a water business or a
steak business. To me, I think old Mick was really nick picking when he mentioned those businesses.

I don't knock anyone choosing to vote for their preferred candidate. Everyone has their
reasoning as to who they vote for. That is ok and that is a good thing.

Would you vote for Donald trump for President? » Post #105

Sun Mar 13, 2016 12:24 in General Talk

I don't really get it about 'his hair'. I personally don't see anything wrong with his hair.
It always seems neat.

I don't like when he looks like an albino raccoon. As little Marco said that Trump had the
worst spray on tan in America.....or he said some such as that. Now that, was not just
hilarious, it was at least close to true. Something was sure making his face orange and
complete wide white circles around his eyes. Whatever he was doing, looks like he stopped
because his face isn't orange any more and for the most part, the wide white circles is gone.

Seriously tho, I don't care what a person looks like, other than they should be clean of course.

Would you vote for Donald trump for President? » Post #101

Sun Mar 13, 2016 08:33 in General Talk

Micshad wrote: P.S. ProAdCo:
I have eyesight problems (cataracts) and couldn't figure out why the reply screen didn't come up. I hit 'Report' instead of 'Reply' by accident, so I apologize for that.

It doesn't matter if you hit the report button. You would have had to type into the
report box, what you are reporting.

Kind of funny but often members mainly, hit the report often and
type comments directly to that member.....however, that member of course, cannot
see it. Only admins and moderators see what is reported. We simply click delete
more often than not since it's usually one sided conversing.
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