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To Valerie, about the rules » Post #3

Sat Oct 10, 2015 12:16 in General Talk

Sarah_UK wrote: Hi Valerie, as you locked Proadco's topic after addressing me, I didn't have the chance to reply, that's why I've opened this thread.

As I told you a long ago, I DID read the forum rules, right after signing up: the one which talks about "excessive emoticons" doesn't specify a number, this rule is kind of flexible and open and it really depends on each moderator how they apply it; I'll give you a very specific example. One of the moderators at the Spanish forum usually allows much more emoticons than you do, especially when it comes to a long post. So I couldn't know that I was using more emoticons than I should, and of course I do understand everyone here has a life and you are not going to edit every single post, I didn't expect you to edit my posts, again I simply DIDN'T know I was doing it wrong, and I'd expect a moderator to let me know. You just locked the topic without giving me the chance to realize it and modify my posts, that's all I complained about (as for the quotings, that was indeed very silly of me and I don't know how I didn't realize it, but it wasn't meant to go against any rule, I just made a mistake and I apologized for it).

So you were being nice by not giving me a warning... should I thank you? Because there was no need to give me a warning, as you said yourself. You did gave me the warning afterwards (two warnings in a row actually), because I rated you with a negative after feeling personally ofended by a very rude reply of yours, which I didn't think I deserved. I believe that despite being a moderator or a current user, we are all memebers and have the same rights here.

By the way, I don't know how a potential referral or any other person here would notice that a member has received a warning, unless someone talked about it in public... and anyway I myself talked about my warnings on the forum, so you can see how much I worry about my potential reputation. But don't you worry either, there won't be a next time, as I've never had a problem with abiding by the rules. And believe me, I've got a million things to be more concerned about than getting a warning, or two, for that matter. What I earn here I earn it with my own work, I don't depend on anyone else's. And as for people that view the posts, I'm not ashamed of anything, so let them think what they want to, they will anyway.

All that said, I thank you because nowadays I think you made me a favour by closing that topic right at the time you did, for a variety of reasons.

I'm not willing to reopen old issues nor am I going to discuss this over again, as it passed a long ago, in a very different stage of my life, and I really don't wish to waste any other minute on it; but I don't like it when only a half truth is told.


Ok that's all wonderful, good luck.

Hey Valerie » Post #2

Sat Oct 10, 2015 12:14 in General Talk

Ok you're wonderful and everything you say is spot on. :roll:

Topic Locked.

The American Dream By The Provocateur Network » Post #31

Sat Oct 10, 2015 06:59 in General Talk

Just a couple points because I did read every post in this ...... topic.

Sarah, as I told you before, I was being nice by not giving you a warning.
There was really no need to give you a warning. When it comes to going
against the rules by posting excessive emoticons, I rarely ever submit a
warning. As a norm, I do an edit. I edit out the excessive emoticons and
I submit that I edited due to excessive emoticons. With your topic Sarah,
I couldn't do that because the thread was very long, many quotes and
very excessive emoticons in every post in that thread. I do have a life
and did not have the time or energy to sit here going through every post
in that topic, deleting emoticons. IF you had read the forum rules, you
would know it is not allowed and you were in fact going against the rules.
Don't worry, next time IF there ever is a next time, you go against the
forum rules, I will submit a warning.....and believe me, warnings don't
look good to potential refs nor do others that view posts.

To the rest of you that post in 'Proadco''s topics, why do you do that?
There is the 'report' button and you can report any post in this forum
in which you think is inappropriate. Instead, you all lead him on.

Proadco, Rod, I have known you many years online and for some strange
reason, I have always liked you as a person. Even tho you have called
me horrible names for no reason other than I wouldn't join something
or to tell you the truth, I don't remember why you called me vulgar names.
I have, over the years, received emails from company/program owners
complaining about you. You have certainly made your stance known but
unfortunately, you've gone about it the wrong way. Without you knowing
it, I have saved your membership in more than one program/company over
the years. What I tell those administrators that have contacted me:
'That's just Rod, ignore him'. I've also allowed you to go off on your
politcal rants here, hoping that members will simply ignore them but as
someone stated here, you are entertaining like a train wreck. I will no
longer allow any outside links you post NONE! As for your political rants,
I won't allow that any more either. 'General Discussion' does not mean
'Rants' and it does not mean posting political junk.

The Gatekeeper has locked the Gate!

how to reach 1 dollar in 1 day? » Post #2

Sat Oct 10, 2015 06:30 in General Talk

Work by doing what is offered here.

Dreams » Post #3

Thu Oct 08, 2015 21:08 in General Talk

Maybe you are not meant to take the train.


Maybe you are to start your own taxi business. :roll:

FYI - Hacking may get heavy » Post #11

Thu Oct 08, 2015 17:16 in General Talk

Dreams » Post #1

Thu Oct 08, 2015 17:10 in General Talk

I always have weird dreams and I am sure everyone does.

Last night, I dreamed I was back at the university in the Science building.
The semester was over and all my class books were stacked to the ceiling on a table.

As all the students walked out of the class, a girl that said her name was 'Donna' ask
me if I wanted her to help carry my books. I said yes. We both walked out with books
that almost reached the sky, it seemed. Finally when we got to my car, I opened the
trunk and we put all the books in the trunk. I got in my car, told Donna bye, and said
I was sure glad I was graduating because I was tired of carrying all those books.

I then woke up and went to pee......and my shoulders hurt, like I had been carrying something.....heavy. :?

FYI - Hacking may get heavy » Post #1

Wed Oct 07, 2015 17:08 in General Talk

Always seems to me the hacking begins to get heavy this time of year.
Might have something to do with USA holidays.

My Walmart account was hacked today.

You may want to update your passwords. The best thing to do is create a long password
with various characters, numbers, symbols....and to WRITE it down offline in a notebook.
DON'T trust saving your passwords on your computer.

OS X El Capitan » Post #9

Wed Oct 07, 2015 17:05 in General Talk

Yes you are correct.

I clicked on it today and it gives an option to enter your password automatically OR
to create a new password.

OS X El Capitan » Post #7

Tue Oct 06, 2015 14:08 in General Talk

Do you see something that looks like a microphone or a stick pin, in your
password log ins on pages? I haven't clicked it yet but I think it's a pin.

Clixsence Tutorial Lessons? » Post #2

Tue Oct 06, 2015 13:38 in General Talk

No because it is all self explanatory.

1. Read the entire website inside and out

2. Set your payment information from the payment options in your profile account

3. View ads daily and may view ads multiple times per day when ads available

4. Complete offers (offers, surveys, videos, etc) as each offer explains what it is and what to do

5. Play the ClixGrid daily to try your luck at winning a cash prize

6. Complete 'Tasks' (sign into it through ClixSense with a Facebook account)

7. Complete the free Daily Checklist for extra cash bonus

8. Give others your referral url so they can sign up directly under you.

9. Upgrade is optional but suggested if you intend to be an active member and work every day
to make the extra cash. You can upgrade out of pocket or use your earnings to upgrade. As an
upgraded member, you can earn higher percentages and on direct referrals activity PLUS earn
on member upgrades through 8 levels.

That's it in a nutshell.


Mon Oct 05, 2015 21:58 in General Talk

There is an old wise Indian saying, Rod. I can't exactly remember word for word but it goes
something like this:

'If you're not making it, stop shaking it'

Or maybe .....

'Put your money where your mouth is'

Or it might be.......

'Shut up if you don't know what you're talking about'

By the way, do you watch 'Walking Dead'? Just wondered because you're sounding more
and more like the bad guys on there.

Let's talk about movies » Post #56

Mon Oct 05, 2015 21:51 in General Talk

I have Netflix so usually I just wait until they have it.

Let's talk about movies » Post #54

Mon Oct 05, 2015 17:38 in General Talk

Where did you watch/see 'The Martian'?

Trivia » Post #18

Sun Oct 04, 2015 22:02 in General Talk

2 can be as bad as 1.

Three Dog Night - ONE - YouTube

what is the timmings of cash out please tell me » Post #2

Sun Oct 04, 2015 21:58 in General Talk

I'm not sure what you're asking. I see you've cashed out before so not sure if you're asking anything.

smokers die younger » Post #6

Sun Oct 04, 2015 21:57 in General Talk

No, I don't smoke....anything.

I quit smoking several years ago.

smokers die younger » Post #3

Sun Oct 04, 2015 05:51 in General Talk

msblahms wrote: quitting today hope everyone else does the same for a healthier life

I smoked for many years. Started smoking cigarettes when I was only ten years old.
It's a terrible, nasty, and now an expensive habit.

Once you quit, do not ever start again. Because it's kind of like an alcoholic. Even
after you quit, you will at times crave a cigarette. Don't ever give into that craving.
It is a fleeting craving but it does hit you from time to time.

OS X El Capitan » Post #6

Fri Oct 02, 2015 21:13 in General Talk

No problems or issues but seems funny when I hit the reply button to's in the lower left of
the page and displays like this: run script ";"

I still use Safari only on MAC

OS X El Capitan » Post #4

Fri Oct 02, 2015 15:29 in General Talk

One thing I have noticed that is nice, links now show at the bottom left of the page.

One thing that is weird however, is at this forum, links will display but when clicking
on reply to a topic the link changes to 'run script'.
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