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~*~My Back Pains~*~ » Post #11

Sun Dec 23, 2012 13:34 in General Talk

If memory serves me correct, it seems you stated (Tas), that you are a little person.

I will make it clear that just because you may be a short or little person, does not mean you will get arthritis.

However, if you are a small bone (which I am) female, you have a higher probability of having arthur at some
stage in your life.

Small bone people simply do not have as much goodies in their bones as large bone people. Make sense?
Absolutely yes.

Some arthritis is hereditary and we can't do anything about that other than following doctor directions,
eating right, and getting daily exercise.

Some times arthritis is a catch 22 because if you have little calcium you might suffer with it and risk bone and joint pain not to mention breakage....and if you have too much calcium you can suffer too.

If you're a female and have small bones (just because you may be short does not mean you are small bone), you should not smoke cigarettes. Just saying.

Merry X'mas to all » Post #3

Sun Dec 23, 2012 13:21 in General Talk

Merry and Safe Christmas! :xkitty:

Happy new year 2013 » Post #5

Sun Dec 23, 2012 13:19 in Member Introduction

Happy New Year! :xthumbup:

Google Maps is finally here for iOS 6 » Post #7

Tue Dec 18, 2012 21:26 in General Talk

Ok cool. I think I will put it on my iPod.

Google Maps is finally here for iOS 6 » Post #4

Mon Dec 17, 2012 09:04 in General Talk

Is it only for the iPhone? Wish it was for the iPad, iPods, also.

Payza Check Wait Time » Post #4

Sat Dec 15, 2012 21:05 in General Talk

Several days

What's on your mind? » Post #3

Fri Dec 14, 2012 19:06 in General Talk

TPhoenix wrote: The parents of the kids and the such young victims of the school incident in Connecticut. :(

Difficult to get it off the mind. Horrific.

$~~I have Upgraded my 2nd referral~~$ » Post #6

Thu Dec 13, 2012 10:44 in General Talk

Ayyoob wrote: You got paid yet? i just ned confirmation dat this isnt a scam!

ClixSense has been online paying it's members without fail for over 5 years. Plus, it's free. Not
sure why anyone would need any more confirmation than that.

Do you watch a Christmas movie at Christmas? » Post #7

Tue Dec 11, 2012 17:17 in General Talk

I still watch the wizard of oz at Christmas time every year......the old original one with Judy Garland.
Also I like the old Clark Gable movie, Gone with the Wind, I some times watch it at holidays too.

64th Payout (I think) - $451.61 » Post #1

Tue Dec 11, 2012 17:14 in Payment Proofs

04 Dec 2012 23:51 EST Withdrawal Cheque To: Valerie Underhill Complete $1.50 -$451.6100

Another nice check. Sorry tho, I did not take the time to scan the check.
Also, I think this is my 64th payout. In addition, I think this check is for about 3 months earnings.

direct refferlas » Post #2

Mon Dec 10, 2012 05:54 in General Talk

ClixSense does not rent referrals.

referral observations » Post #5

Sat Dec 08, 2012 12:49 in General Talk

Some people join everything that is free. I call it 'free overload'. Nothing wrong with going into free overload, other than often you tend to miss out on what's really important, what truly works, what is the easiest for you, and ... money.

It's best to explain this before hand, before they enroll, if at all possible. This can be done by using lead capture pages, giving a brief hint of the info, then having the viewer send for the information. You can relay the info in a series of messages.

Another idea is to have a blog or website that explains it all.

Do you watch a Christmas movie at Christmas? » Post #1

Fri Dec 07, 2012 19:09 in General Talk

There's several classics I have to watch every Christmas:

Christmas Vacation
Christmas Story
It's a Wonderful Life

.....those are the main ones but there are several others I like to watch too....

Do you have some favorites?

Artificial Christmas Trees - Which Country FIRST » Post #3

Fri Dec 07, 2012 19:07 in General Talk

Chicago was the first city to make the aluminum tree. Yippee K Yay. lol

Payment » Post #2

Fri Dec 07, 2012 19:03 in Payment Proofs

That's nice but this is the 'payment proof' forum and you have not posted any proof of your payment.

Artificial Christmas Trees - Which Country FIRST » Post #1

Fri Dec 07, 2012 13:21 in General Talk

I was researching when the first artificial tree was made:

Artificial Christmas tree - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

GT Distractions -- Paper for Metal? » Post #4

Wed Dec 05, 2012 23:57 in General Talk

Paper is just paper and the reality to that is the fact paper is worthless.

Metal on the other hand is valuable because you can do things with metal.

With metal you can fill a tooth, make tools, use in machines, etc.

I think the only time paper could ever be conceived as valuable, is when only one tree is left standing.

How can be paid? » Post #4

Tue Dec 04, 2012 21:26 in Your Stats

Not sure what you are asking exactly.

Santa and Christmas » Post #9

Tue Dec 04, 2012 21:24 in General Talk

Ten Trillion Billion Million Dollars! :lol:

How can be paid? » Post #2

Tue Dec 04, 2012 21:21 in Your Stats

If you don't want to join paypal or utilize any of the payment processors, you can choose to cash out by check.
However, since you are in the country you are in, you may want to look into the fees that it cost you to cash
the check.
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