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How to utilize advertizments? » Post #2

Fri Mar 18, 2016 07:42 in General Talk

It wouldn't make sense to advertise ClixSense to ClixSense members.
ClixSense members are already ClixSense members.

No, you don't have to advertise anything at all.

If you purchase ad credits, your ad will be viewed by admin and then
approved if it meets requirements. Basically you can advertise anything
you want as long as it applies to the rules ... no adult stuff, etc.

No you don't get credit for advertising.

Future of add value » Post #3

Thu Mar 17, 2016 20:47 in General Talk


Wasn't one of those ?

Gee I cannot remember the name of the one that was so popular that promised
to pay its members for using it. I never got paid a cent. It was simple name.

Are we timing out fast or is it me? » Post #8

Thu Mar 17, 2016 20:44 in General Talk

davidbugs wrote: valarie it's time to switch browsers.


I use a variety of browsers but primarily I use only Safari on my MAC.

Do you plant a Veggie Garden? » Post #14

Thu Mar 17, 2016 20:39 in General Talk

ProAdCo wrote:
A List of Some Seed Companies Owned by Monsanto
Or Sell Monsanto And Seminis Seeds – And – A List of Seed Companies Not Owned by Monsanto.

Sorry Val.

Ferry Morse owned by Monsanto

That's kind of an old list so it might even be more now, or less.

Most of what I am planting is as I stated, Augason Farms.
Augason Farms sells the dooms day pepper stuff. It's pretty
good food too, most of it anyway that I have tried.

I just hope I can keep the critters away from the garden.

This is the seeds I have.....not an affiliate link:
Food Storage | Vegetable Garden Seeds #10 Can | Augason Farms

Your Number of Cash out » Post #8

Thu Mar 17, 2016 18:06 in General Talk

BouldRake wrote: 111 now.

Everyone says I have to wait 5-7 days, but I got paid within 4 and a bit days. It's disgusting! If it carries on at this rate, whose to say when we'll be getting paid in the future? Four days just isn't long enough when you're all telling me to count working days. It's not on, get your act together, I'm going to tell everyone you're paying quickly, see how that hurts your business, and so on, and so forth, etc.


I think he is getting caught up now so the time should be a bit more on the 2 to 5
business days instead of the 2 to 7 business days.

So hilarious but I really am not laughing at those that get so tore up about their
payments be a day later than they think it should be. They're just afraid they
won't get paid.

Are we timing out fast or is it me? » Post #6

Thu Mar 17, 2016 18:03 in General Talk

Well, I primarily use a MAC and Safari browser. Even so when I use pc's, I always copy what
I type before I submit.

With this forum, however, all you need do if it times out when you hit submit, is hit close
if you didn't save hitting 'close' you can copy and save and then hit the 'auto log in'.

Do you plant a Veggie Garden? » Post #11

Thu Mar 17, 2016 17:59 in General Talk

ProAdCo wrote: I grow Organic Tomatoes every year.

No Monsanto Seeds For Me.

No No Frankenstein Veggies.

I have a few varieties of seeds. Mostly what I am planting is Augason Farms non-hybrid garden seeds.
Then I also have some 'Ferry Morse' packet seeds. Those are some that I purchased from Walmart a
couple of years ago. They actually come from Fulton, KY.

I didn't realize monsanto sold veggie seeds to consumers. Never thought about it really.
Monsanto does in fact often control farmers with their seeds......referring to crops. Bunch
of craziness to that. Which is also a good reason to plant your own vegetables.

Do you plant a Veggie Garden? » Post #8

Thu Mar 17, 2016 12:38 in General Talk

I'm sort of a cross breed between a city girl and a country girl.

I was born and grew up in the North...Chicago land. Concrete jungle.

My family retired and went back to their roots so my latter high school years
was in the South......on 300 acres of property, and every veggie that could
be grown there including fruit trees and cows and chickens. We had strawberries
and everything. Of course, I had no interest because I was too busy with my
friends, school, music, and all that teenage stuff.

There's a strawberry/pumpkin farm a few miles from where I live so I usually
buy my strawberries there when they come in. Some times I make strawberry
preserves. Mostly, I like to eat strawberries as they are, fresh with sugar,
strawberry shortcake and ice cream. HEAVEN!

Well today you don't know what is in your food any more and It's fun and better
for you to grow your own.

Paid Twice Today » Post #1

Thu Mar 17, 2016 12:30 in Payment Proofs

Received check today March 17th for $150.00 from my payout on the 10th.
Total time to receive 7 days.

Received PayPal payment today March 17th for $68.64 from my cash out on Monday.
Total time to receive is less than 4 days.

Are we timing out fast or is it me? » Post #3

Thu Mar 17, 2016 11:03 in General Talk

Seems to be doing it very quickly today, in the forum.

Are we timing out fast or is it me? » Post #1

Thu Mar 17, 2016 11:00 in General Talk

Seems to be timing out very fast when attempting to post.

Is it only on my end or are y'all experiencing it too?

How Come » Post #2

Thu Mar 17, 2016 10:59 in General Talk

Free enterprise I suppose. That and it is very difficult to determine scams/prosecute them.
Laws are funny too. Not ha ha funny. Just funny by state and country. Varies widely.

Usually the scams that take in millions of dollars are the ones that will be prosecuted.
What the legal entity does in those cases, is allow them to dig a deep hole for themselves.
That's why some big scams last several years. Then the legal people walk in and arrest
owners, founders, and top recruiters......they take all their funds from their bank accounts.
In some cases they take everything the people, land, houses, furniture,
vehicles, etc.

The little peon bux sites, yeah, they network and steal money but most of them don't make
squat when all is said due to most everyone knowing they are crap shoots.

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:
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