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How many ads can ya click before ya fall asleep? » Post #8

Fri Sep 23, 2016 13:29 in General Talk

BouldRake wrote: I like the idea of hundreds of ads to click, but I hate the reality. I don't know how many I'd click, but...not many.

Delivered throughout the day, thirty seconds here or there is fine. A huge batch of them in one go, forget it, I've got plenty of other mind numbingly dull things to do, thanks.

I think one big issue some members may have is the time of day those large batches come in.
At cron run. For me, that is 11:00 pm at night. For some others, it is later than that.

It takes about an hour to view 100 ads. That is give or take some minutes and depends on
how fast you are clicking that cat and the size of the ads.

Last night I started viewing the ads at 11:00 pm. At about 2:30 am, I was cross eyed. I had
viewed 500 ads. I keep stretching out my time telling myself I will only click to 200....then when
I hit 200, I will only click to 225. Then I will see the dollar figure and say to self.....click to make
an even $1.50......an even $2.00......and even ......

Of course, there is wee wee time. There is also kitchen time. I grabbed milk and cookies and
ran back like I was running a marathon to see how fast I could get back to the computer and make
my half cent without spilling my milk. One of my cookies did get crumbled so I almost drank the
crumbs. It did break the monotony.

How many ads can ya click before ya fall asleep? » Post #6

Fri Sep 23, 2016 09:58 in General Talk

The amount of ads vary. Some times there are a lot of them and other times, not many.

Unusual Names » Post #7

Fri Sep 23, 2016 07:50 in General Talk

There's an Orthopedic doctor near me and his name is ...... Dr. Bone.

His name is Shannon Bone.

His commercials are on tv all the time and I always get a kick out of his name. Dr. Bone.
It makes me wonder if he decided to become a doctor in that field because of his name.

How many ads can ya click before ya fall asleep? » Post #1

Fri Sep 23, 2016 07:40 in General Talk

For those that get the continuous ad flow....

Let's say it is 11 pm central time zone and the ads begin to flow....how many can you click before you
go to bed?

Bed time story for Valerie » Post #2

Fri Sep 23, 2016 07:01 in General Talk

Oh bull and fa dee da.

What is my 'right' foot holding?

Is my left eye busier than my right?

I think you're 'right', I am very sleepy.....maybe......I ...... should...... go to.....bed......snorrrrreeeeeeee

Unusual Names » Post #1

Thu Sep 22, 2016 21:34 in General Talk

A man near me that owns an insurance business.... Ivy Insurance.....his name is 'Cotton Ivy'

Do you know some cool names of people?

daily adds » Post #2

Thu Sep 22, 2016 20:32 in General Talk

You need to understand what you are joining and what you are paying for before you join and
before you pay.

Ads are purchased by advertisers. The only amount of ads you are entitled to, is the amount
stated. Anything over that amount, is due primarily to advertisers purchasing ads and they
can also geo-target their ads.

ClixSense is not about motivation. ClixSense is an advertising program that offers through
affiliation tasks, offers, surveys, videos.

Yahoo hack. » Post #5

Thu Sep 22, 2016 19:23 in General Talk

It's always been a good junk email.

Do you like clowns? » Post #26

Thu Sep 22, 2016 09:36 in General Talk

tasman1 wrote: Clowns aren’t supposed to be scary, but for some reason they scare the crap out of people. Blame it on Stephen King, blame it on James Carpenter, the point is, that if an orange haired man wearing bright makeup ask if you’d like to play a game – you’re probably gonna die.

I am not sure if those people were even born when I was a kid.

I think clowns have always had a scariness about them.

If I were going to blame it on anyone for that scariness, I'd have to blame it on those old twilight zone shows.

Do you like clowns? » Post #25

Thu Sep 22, 2016 09:34 in General Talk

BouldRake wrote: My guitar has always been my fallback. When the worst comes to the worst, I can always stand on a street corner, and people will put some change in my hat. A few years ago, I had the opportunity to play with a guy you won't know because he isn't famous, but is still one of my favourite musicians. A superb fiddle player.

I'm not bad. I've played a few small pubs, and the occasional wedding, but I'm "competent cabaret singer" not "good musician". He is...I don't know why he isn't a famous musician.

But anyway, I got to play with him - and a few other guys, but it was him who carried us. The rest of us were clinging on by the skin of our teeth.

We had an agent, and we got some serious gigs. But our agent had bright ginger hair, pale white skin, a big red alcoholics nose, and it wasn't until I'd started coming home with hundreds of pounds a week that anyone actually believed me - they thought I was telling them a joke they didn't quite get about a clown.

Sounds like Karl Malden. :thumbup:

Unexpected Error » Post #3

Wed Sep 21, 2016 16:30 in General Talk

I dunno. I am still trying to answer the question of 'which came first, chicken or egg?' :?

Do you like clowns? » Post #20

Wed Sep 21, 2016 10:34 in General Talk

As to your question, I have never liked clowns.

In Chicago back when I was a kid, they had a show 'Bozo The Clown'. Even as a kid, I did not
find anything funny about Bozo. I thought he was a weirdo. I did like to watch the show because
at that time slot, there was nothing else on tv. They would line up buckets and then choose a kid
from the audience to toss a ball in the bucket. The first bucket, they always gave the prize even if
the kid couldn't drop the ball in the first bucket. With each winning toss, the prizes got bigger. I
think there was 9 buckets. I don't think I ever saw a kid get past 6 buckets. Usually they were
lucky if they made it to two or three. Mainly I watched it for the cartoon. They would show I
think, one or two cartoons. I couldn't stand Bozo, however. I thought he was so stupid. I could
not stand his laugh.

I went to the big circus's as a kid too. Again, I did not find them funny. I will say, in the big
circus, some were very talented.

Do you like clowns? » Post #15

Wed Sep 21, 2016 08:29 in General Talk

Marcel-R6 wrote: Geez why all so serious?

I won't start a topic again ,I'm just gonna shut up.

Well, in the USA, there has been a serious problem recently with one or more people dressing up
as clowns, luring young school children into the woods.

A major issue they are having in the USA about the clown thing is, it is LEGAL to dress as a clown
and walk down the street.

So, it makes it even more difficult to catch a child predator when that child predator dresses as a
clown.

Do you like clowns? » Post #14

Wed Sep 21, 2016 08:26 in General Talk

Nikorj wrote: Watch the movie "All Hallows Eve",And you would like them even less.

Watched it yesterday,Not a bad horror flick at all :thumbup:

I started to watch that last night and changed my mind.....thought I'd wait closer to Halloween.

Why do companies insist on changing products » Post #2

Wed Sep 21, 2016 08:24 in General Talk

Usually it is all about the money.

Today they seem to be cutting corners left and right and due to all these crazy changes in
medical insurance, many companies state they are losing money. So what they do is try
to reduce their expense any way they can.

Resolved! » Post #2

Tue Sep 20, 2016 14:47 in General Talk

You're welcome.

Holy Xoxly Spam » Post #21

Tue Sep 20, 2016 12:27 in General Talk

I don't think I see what you folks see, either. I am using Safari. The ads load fast and the
pages are very neat with few ads on them.

Offers » Post #2

Tue Sep 20, 2016 07:44 in General Talk

Are you another big talker? :P

Welcome aboard! :thumbup:

unresolved ticket/concern » Post #6

Tue Sep 20, 2016 07:42 in General Talk

jovmante wrote: I do have a lot of patience since I am with disability. If you look at my history you can see that I have already been allowed withdrawal through paypal before this verification requirement came to be that's why I was really surprised more so when the cheque never arrived an all explanations to rectify this injustice has come to naught til this day. Under rule 9 of the User's Agreement the lost cheque should have been cancelled at your end and allowed me to withdraw another cheque to let me finally verify my account. As to the disappearing ads I understand that not all days are equal. It's just disappointing for a regular/daily clicker like me to rise early and find only 21 clicks. If you could only make right about the lost cheque so I can finally verify my account then I swear to continue my daily clicking till I can walk again!

They said 'they will take care of her'.

Waiting for Payment!! » Post #13

Tue Sep 20, 2016 06:18 in General Talk

All I can say is someone needs to plug the vacuum cleaner in.

I don't lie to people and it does not make sense to state one thing one place and something totally the opposite another place. Therefore, I won't be answering about payments until someone cleans the site up and makes an announcement that it is truly gone or not.

Actually, I am still waiting on the big Tango card announcement.
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