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Mini IPad Cases - FYI » Post #1

Wed Mar 27, 2013 09:46 in General Talk

Ever since I purchased the mini iPad, I've been on the hunt for a solid case for it.

I did buy the apple pink color smart cover. :mrgreen:
That's fine and served it's purpose when first receiving it.
I wanted something more substantial than that.

One day during a sale, I purchased a coach brand iPad case. It's made for the regular size iPads.
It's wonderful in that it's totally padded, has plenty of room for other items (since I use it for my mini),
zips at the time. Very nice but you do have to unzip it, remove the mini each time you want to use it.
Plus, it's large in that I can fit it in some of my larger handbags and totes but not good for regular size

Then there is a roos. The roos is presently in a return box going back to ebags dot com. The roos is
rather cool in that it zips three quarter around, has a slot pocket inside and two small card slots, Plus
it has a removal inner case which attaches simply by pressing to the velcro. In addition, it has an outside
stand that functions like a picture frame stand if you want to stand your mini like an easel to use. The
one I have is leather and the thing weighs a ton! Seriously super heavy and ridiculously heavy. It's also
rather bulky in size, altho small, kind of thick which not only weighs my handbag down, takes up space.
The leather is not the greatest either. Main negative to me, it's way too heavy. So I am sending it back.

The other day, I noticed on the apple site they have a cover that is also a keyboard. It's made out of
the same type of stainless or whatever it is the iPad back is made out of. Today I received it and I give
it 5 stars all the way. It comes with a short charger cord which is the only thing some might think negative
since the cord is very short. It attaches like the smart covers. However, it has a cool stand feature, is
light weight enough yet solid for protection. There's also some cool little features with the keyboard.
It's called the 'Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Mini' and I think they do make the regular size iPad cover
too. A little pricey at $79 for the mini but that's the way it is with most all Apple products. Anyway,
I finally found what works for me.

Not allowed » Post #7

Wed Mar 27, 2013 07:41 in General Talk

This topic is closed.

I'm Gonna Live ForEver! » Post #1

Mon Mar 25, 2013 15:52 in General Talk

I received good news today that the polyps removed were 'hyperplasty'. I know, weird word.
So in other words, the polyps were NOT cancerous.

I'M GONNA LIVE FOREVER!!!!!! :mrgreen:

Ad I saw today » Post #2

Mon Mar 25, 2013 15:47 in General Talk

What would be your guess?

testing their creativity » Post #2

Sun Mar 24, 2013 13:04 in General Talk

Moderator move topic to appropriate forum.

Closed » Post #9

Thu Mar 21, 2013 14:16 in General Talk

Darkstar2 wrote: Sorry but I am going to quote you

Before we go on to start making money here, let me explain an old concept that I live by online and it goes like this:

"If I can make $100.00 per month in one free to earn program online, then I can make $1,000.00 a month in ten free to earn programs online"

This can be interpreted many ways, but the fact you believe in it you have to back it up somehow. It may or may not be applicable to you, you are still giving a suggestion.

These are your words. Positive is good and all, but REALITY is even better. People who are NOT from the USA making "GOOD" money here as you say, well if not for referrals, how are they doing so ? OFFERS & TASKS.......
Remove tasks & offers + referrals from the equation and what are you left with ? Clicking ads and clixgrid.
This has nothing to do with negativity but a serious reality check. yes CS gives solid potential for everyone, but only a limited market can unlock the full the only way to get out of this without the offers & tasks is having a solid downline. Unless there is a secret area of CS I don't know about.

I have 3 referrals, here, 1 from the US, not bothering to do a single damn task or offer, and earning 2-3 cents daily from them. Where do you think my stats come from then ? How did I earn all this money here ? If not for tasks and offers I would have long time left and earned $0.

You have good work ethic, good. SO do I, but I also am down to earth. Let's be honest and realistic, the fast and big earnings potential here are surveys / offers and tasks and earnings from a downline 8 levels deep (1 level for clicking ads/offers/tasks) and the 8 levels for upgrades.

So what do you tell, realistically, a new member who has tried and tried and cannot get any active referall, has no tasks, no offers....... ???? Get referrals....... Now let's do some math, if most days say for example I can earn $4-5, how many ACTIVE referrals do you think it will take to earn half as much.

Sorry, but I just like reality approach.

However, if you were to say that many people here not earning are NOT putting ANY efforts or truly know the full potential I would agree with you 100%......One of my referral is a good example. I see many US and tier 1 members not doing tasks or offers and some even go as far as claiming it is not worth the efforts. THEN I would agree.

BUT what about those who try and try and try and get nothing........

Something to think about.

Ok, I'll just remove my post/topic.

I'm not making an approach. My topic is/was explaining how members can earn money here without referrals and with referrals. I spend my time creating these topics to help members like you. It helps everyone when their referrals understand the potential, the importance of reading their website, the various ways members can earn, etc. I don't think it helps anyone to read posts about suing survey companies, F this and F that and consistently cursing and putting everything down. To each his/her own but I don't see that as help.

Closed » Post #7

Thu Mar 21, 2013 12:30 in General Talk

Darkstar2 wrote: Words of the wise, very nice post ! However, perhaps put yourself in the shoes of certain members in countries that are very restricted. Right off the bat, you are exempt from the biggest potential of earning money.

The $100 or $1000 you are not going to make in a month clicking on 0.01, 0.005 and 0.001 ads for sure, even on all PTCs combined....SO some countries are only left with referrals. AND to earn $100 a month from referrals alone, requires a bundle of them, again, the task of getting the referrals is moderate, but getting them active is the hardest part, given the saturation and over promoting of this site.

There are many members from different countries struggling and trying every single day looking for tasks and offers and have nothing, so their only option is clicking ads, and referring or possibly advertising something of their own.

The biggest earning potential for someone without recruiting skills or referrals is tasks and offers and unfortunately for some, this is something tier 1 countries will benefit the most, US being the TOP earning potential followed by Canada and UK, although limited in potential much more so.

There is also a level of reality ! People who are in such countries are mostly attracted towards quick income and unfortunately will turn to ponzi schemes and HYIP with the promise of big returns.

I guess I clicked the edit instead of the quote. However, I did not edit anything in your post.

Please do not confuse readers by stating things I did not say. I never said anyone could make a thousand dollars a month clicking on ads. Maybe they can. I don't know. But I never said that.

My topic here is 'ClixSense for Dummies' and primarily for new members or even old members that have not viewed their entire website, having a tough time figuring out how to earn money here.

I never said anything about countries or how much money one person could make over another person.
I will add that there are a lot of members here that are located outside of the USA, that make very good
money here in ClixSense. Using the 'I am not in the USA' as an excuse for not making money, is a poor
one. True, there may not be as many offers available, but there is certainly more earning potential here
than offers. I was member here for years before there was any additional ways to earn at all. The only
way we could earn was from viewing ads and upgrading to earn an upgrade commission down five levels.
That was about it.

Maybe I do pretty well online because I have a strong work ethic, try to stay positive, and never let
negativity stand in my way. Hmmmm just a thought.

Closed » Post #2

Thu Mar 21, 2013 10:09 in General Talk

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Closed » Post #1

Thu Mar 21, 2013 08:35 in General Talk


ovarian cancer » Post #3

Wed Mar 20, 2013 16:13 in General Talk

Surgery to remove the ovaries.

Bates Motel - Anyone going to watch it? » Post #3

Tue Mar 19, 2013 12:55 in General Talk

I watched it and it is very good. At least, I think it's going to be a series I really like.

Bates Motel - Anyone going to watch it? » Post #1

Mon Mar 18, 2013 14:46 in General Talk

I'm looking forward to the new series 'Bates Motel' which starts tonight on A&E.
Anyone here going to watch it?

I've been watching the short series 'The Bible' and have been a little disappointed in it.
I thought it would be better than it is.

Also I've been watching 'The Vikings' and again, so far, a bit disappointed with it.

I watch American Idol too and altho I think they have great singers on this year, the way
they are doing the show, seems less interesting to me each season. I don't care too much
for the judges this year.

My colonoscopy today » Post #17

Mon Mar 18, 2013 13:52 in General Talk

One of the worse things I guess I have ever seen was a little old lady many years ago, in a nursing home
I worked at. That was way back in the mid 70's. I worked the midnight shift and made $2.01 an hour. :lol:

I don't know if it was because it was the 70's or because I was young, but It does not seem the word 'cancer'
was mentioned much.

Anyway, the little old lady was not much more than bones. I don't remember her age.
She had brain cancer and half her head was gone. I would help the nurse as she changed
the little old ladies bandages. I could actually peer into the inside of her head. It didn't just
shock me, it amazed me. How could this woman live with half her head gone? She did get
very strong pain meds and I do remember she was the only patient in the nursing home that
received a special pain med....I can't remember the name of it at this moment. The lady was
rather coherent in that she knew our names, what was going on, etc. Most the time she slept
because if she was awake, she was in pain, so on came the meds to knock her out again.

Not just me, but all of us use to pray that when we came into work the next night, we'd hear
that she had died. I think all of us prayed for her death.

Well you know, there is so much stuff today that was not here all that long ago and we don't
know how all this new stuff is going to impact our health. Look at me, I've been working online
for 15 years and a whole lot of that time was spent online many hours every day and some times
all day and all night!

IF I get a disease, I am going to sue 'Radio Shack' 'Dell' 'Gateway' 'Apple' ..... and more! :mrgreen:

Old black man that was first foreman at TVA » Post #1

Mon Mar 18, 2013 13:38 in General Talk

I was watching on the documentary channel (tv) about the TVA and the people that lived there before it
was the TVA. For those that don't know, the TVA stands for Tennessee Valley Authority. Back during
President Roosevelt's time, he signed in the TVA. What this did was take a huge amount of land that
spans thru 14 USA states. Mostly known as Appalachian country. Anyway, way back then, a lot was
done in regards to making dams, keeping lands for nature. Mostly poor people lived in the land areas
that was set to be the TVA. So all these people were bought out by the government, to relocate.

To get to the point, what I will never forget is an old black man in the documentary and what he said.
He was very young, poor family, no opportunities in sight. He said the TVA brought opportunities and
brought people out of poverty. He was hired to work on the build of the famous Norris Dam and eventually
worked his way up to a Foreman.....the FIRST ever black foreman at the Norris Dam and perhaps any
where at that time. Here is the cool thing he said......

'I think of my children as messengers to a time I will never know'

How cool is that?

I think that must be one of the coolest things I have ever heard someone say.

My frist post need strategy to learn » Post #2

Mon Mar 18, 2013 08:03 in General Talk

That's a lot to do with it......experience.

The more you do, the more you understand how to do them.

My colonoscopy today » Post #15

Mon Mar 18, 2013 08:01 in General Talk

I worked in health care just about all my life. I have a tad of insight of what goes on.

My daughter that had breast cancer, had her surgery at Vanderbilt in Nashville.
Due to her age, they ask her to participate in research study and she agreed.
She did learn a lot from that study and one thing is that she inherited two recessive genes.
Normally, a person might inherit one recessive gene from one parent. In her case, she
inherited one recessive gene from me and one recessive gene from her father. Exactly
why she got breast cancer, who knows!

My colonoscopy today » Post #12

Sun Mar 17, 2013 21:34 in General Talk

Cant say as I totally agree with you in regards to chemo and such. Also I don't think chemo is as bad as it was in years past. But I do understand what you're saying.

My oldest daughter had breast cancer at the age of 27 and she had chemo.

Yes I some times wonder how much medical advancement they keep from us. Some people say why would they do that. Several reasons as I see it. Money for starters. Population for seconds.

I am a firm believer that a lot of surgeries are needless and there may be more misdiagnosis then we'd care to believe.

My colonoscopy today » Post #9

Sun Mar 17, 2013 13:02 in General Talk

I can't say that I am thrilled to go to a doctor nor am I thrilled to go to the dentist.
He's a good dentist but it's not something I am thrilled about doing. I must say, I
was probably in and out of the colonoscopy center faster than I am in and out of the
dental office.

The top 5 cancer killers in order, in the USA are:

1 Lung
2 Colon
3 Breast
4 Pancreatic
5 Prostate

No, I didn't feel anything during the colonoscopy. I was out like a light!

My colonoscopy today » Post #7

Sat Mar 16, 2013 11:43 in General Talk

Now wait a second.

I don't think it's always a good idea to have a colonoscopy.

There are some risks involved with a colonoscopy but these risks are minimal if you truly need
to have the procedure. What I mean to say is.....if you are over 50 years old, you may need to
have a colonoscopy......if you are having problems or noticing changes from your norm......if you
are experiencing bleeding......if you have family that have had colon cancer or other colon issues.....
if you eat a lot of red meat, don't drink water, eat unhealthy, etc.

I mean, I wouldn't tell everyone to run out and have a colonoscopy immediately. I would tell them
the above and to check with their primary care doctor to see if the test is something they should have

Referral - BIG Hint for You - Give it Away! » Post #1

Sat Mar 16, 2013 08:56 in General Talk

If you don't have it, go get it, then give it away.

For example, ask yourself some of these questions:

-What do people like to do?
-What do people eat?
-What do people collect?
-What do people do at their work place?
-What hobbies do people have?

It's best to focus on what you know.

Let me give you an example......

I like to collect glass jars. I like to put things in jars. I like to decorate jars.
Jars are nice for gifts. Jars are nice for decor. Jars are nice for storing.
Ok, I am not alone, there are others that like jars. What do jar people
want? They want jars, they want nice jars, they want ideas for jars,
they want the best deals for jars, they want to save money on jars, etc.

So what do I do and what has that got to do with ClixSense?
Glad you ask.

I might do something like this......

Spending a lot of money on Jars?
I have the solution.
There's a free site I am a member of that pays me to do simple things.
It takes only minutes of my time daily.
It gives me plenty of extra money that I can spend for jars.
Here is my link ............ (CS link)
After joining, contact me for some great jar ideas and how to make the most money in the free to earn program. My email address is.....

That's an example. Can you see what I did in the above example?

-I focused on something I like and I know others like
-I targeted to people that like jars
-I caught the attention of people that like jars
-I'm helping people that like jars, get more jars and save money on jars
-I'm GIVING SOME THINGS AWAY to those people that like jars (free program to make money for more jars AND my jar ideas)
-I'm having THEM CONTACT ME. I'm not chasing them down. They'll chase me down if they want my jar ideas and want to know how to make the most of their CS membership so they can buy more jars.

Firstly, ask yourself the questions above. You may realize you enjoy cooking and for some
great recipes to give away...... NEED A NEW ROASTER....GET FREE MONEY HERE.

You have to think out of the box some times.
When a program like ClixSense become so popular, some times it can help a lot, to think out of the box,
to gain new referrals. Target people's wants, then give it to them.
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