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English Flip-Flop Words » Post #1

Sat Nov 03, 2012 14:03 in General Talk

Seems many are interested in English words. Here is a fun listing of English flip flop words.

English Flip-Flop Words

ZeekRewards - Affiliates Subpoenas » Post #1

Thu Nov 01, 2012 11:56 in General Talk

ZeekRewards receiver moves against affiliates who profited - Greensboro - The Business Journal

Don't ever think you can't get in trouble for simply being a member in online fraud schemes.
You certainly can. In the article above, they have stated at least 1,200 affiliates will receive subpoenas to appear in court. They will be given the opportunity to turn over all the funds they received from Zeekler. Just think if they made $100,000 or more....just think if they bought a house with the money or cars with the money or furniture with the money....and just think if they don't have the money to give back! At least if they can return the money, they might get lucky and step away without prison time.

Just a brief reminder, the internet does not mean you can participate in illegal activities and get away with it.

Is it POSSIBLE???? » Post #2

Tue Oct 30, 2012 23:04 in General Talk


How was US Now after the Typhoon? » Post #4

Tue Oct 30, 2012 22:58 in General Talk

I'm in West Tennessee and the weather has been fine here for the most part. We had some 30 mph winds and it's been windy over the past few days. Also, due to the cold front, it's been a little cool but not bad at all. I think East Tennessee has gotten snow.

West Virginia got a huge snow storm.

Those cities along the eastern northern coast were hit very hard mainly from winds, flooding, and fires. New Jersey and New York, mainly.

~*~I bet you didn't know~*~ » Post #19

Tue Oct 30, 2012 11:53 in General Talk

TasMail wrote: I bet ya didn't know that all my family in NJ and PA are safe from the the Sandy Storm :thumbup:

That's certainly good to know.

need help » Post #5

Tue Oct 30, 2012 07:56 in Your Stats

You don't profit directly by advertising. That is what that is. If you have something you want to advertise to ClixSense members, you can purchase advertising.

As an advertiser, you profit when people take up your offer.

need help » Post #2

Tue Oct 30, 2012 07:33 in Your Stats

What is your question exactly?

~*~I bet you didn't know~*~ » Post #17

Tue Oct 30, 2012 01:18 in General Talk

I bet ya didn't know I work on jigsaw puzzles every day.

create an account ? » Post #2

Mon Oct 29, 2012 16:51 in General Talk

You can open an account with whatever payment processor you want as long as your country is accepted of course.

ClixSense vs Neobux » Post #16

Sun Oct 28, 2012 19:10 in General Talk

PS. Want to compare Kitchenaid with Cuisinart? I can dig that.

ClixSense vs Neobux » Post #15

Sun Oct 28, 2012 19:09 in General Talk

I don't even know why anyone would waste time attempting to compare online programs.

I'm not a member of NeoBux but I am a member of a lot of free to earn programs.
Some function better than others and some make me more money than others just as the opposite may be true for someone else. Also, what's good for the goose is not always good for the gander.

Mini IPAD » Post #18

Sat Oct 27, 2012 14:05 in General Talk

I heard on the news they sold out of the white mini ipad within 20 minutes. I did order the white so that could be true but for some reason, I kind of doubt it. Or perhaps they simply allot a certain number on pre-order day that they consider a sell out after a number is sold.

Are any of the watch tv thingies online legit? » Post #3

Fri Oct 26, 2012 14:55 in General Talk

Ya, I've had netflix for years that I primarily use on the tv. I'm just wondering if any of the programs online being advertised that you can watch global tv online, get gazillions of channels, shows, etc, are legit?

Are any of the watch tv thingies online legit? » Post #1

Fri Oct 26, 2012 11:45 in General Talk

Anyone know if any of the watch tv online programs is legit? You know what I'm talking about.

Mini IPAD » Post #17

Fri Oct 26, 2012 11:33 in General Talk

Ya, I'm like you Eddie in that I like Apple a lot. Obviously a lot of people do.

I shop at amazon often and had considered the Kindle. However, I am a netflix member and I tried the amazon trial movie thing, and did not like it. Seems Amazon charges $79 a year PLUS anything that is worthy of watching cost per series or cost per movie or cost per season. I found that to be so odd. Why would anyone want to pay $79 a year and then also pay for each thing you want to watch.

By the way, DISH has made some sort of deal with AMC and they are back on Dish.....a new season or new episodes or some such of 'The Walking Dead' is on Sunday. :mrgreen:

Mini IPAD » Post #13

Fri Oct 26, 2012 09:20 in General Talk

I don't use a cell phone much. I am at home most the time but of course, it's handy to have a cell phone when I am on the road. These days, a cell phone is pretty much necessary for everyone. I use my landline mostly. I paid about $75 per month to verizon over the past 8 years. That was fine at the time but as stated, I'm home most of the time and don't really use a cell phone much at all. It was stupid for me to continue paying a monthly fee for cell phone service. This tracphone functions like a smart phone. No minutes are subtracted for internet usage. I rarely use it but it is there if I need to.

The Mini Ipad WiFi 32GB, is $429.
I paid over $500 because I added the optional case and sales tax in Tennessee is almost 10%.

Apple is expensive and like most things today, charge a lot more than they should for their products.

I think I will really like the mini ipad. Everyone has their own reasons as to why they like, want, or need something.
The big turn on for me was the size being a tad smaller and the price being a tad less. I can easily carry the mini iPad around outside with me at home. I have 8 acres of property and I am outside a lot in the nice months. I can sync with my other apple products. Most people that I visit, have wifi so that is handy also for me. I may not have even needed the 32GB because I really don't plan on storing a lot on it.

I'll post back here in a couple of weeks after I receive it and let you know how I like it.

Mini IPAD » Post #9

Fri Oct 26, 2012 07:30 in General Talk

I just purchased the mini iPad, Wi-Fi 32GB, and the smart cover. My total with tax (free ship) is $513.
The cover was $39 and I was hesitant to get it because I know I will eventually use something else for it.
Also, I am in a high sales tax state so tax for me was over $45.

In comparison to the IPad 4 with retina display, I'd probably been out a two to three hundred dollars more due to higher price but also due to more tax, etc.

I think I will like the mini ipad rather well. I like that it is large enough to comfortably see without being quite as large as the iPad so that it fits easier in normal size places.

Mini IPAD » Post #8

Fri Oct 26, 2012 06:50 in General Talk

Armand2REP wrote:
Darkstar2 wrote: Size is everything :D The smaller they make those gadgets the worse their cameras get and the more fragile.

I have actually been thinking of trying something new to fix that. I have an iPod Touch 5G with a great camera, but it only works on wifi. There is a new device called FreedomPop that lets you turn it into a VoIP/data phone for free.

Just imagine, no more data or voice plan payments. If you go over 500MB it is only $10 per Gig. If it was just available in my area! :(

I thought about doing that a year ago. I have the IPOD Touch 4. Instead, I bought a Samsung Tracfone Smart Phone. I like it because I get triple minutes whenever I purchase minutes, there is no monthly bills, it has wifi, and actually functions and works about the same way an apple does.

Here's the jest of it for me in regards to the mini iPad....I have laptops and notebooks and the big 27 inch an ipod. I don't use a cell phone much so there was and is no point in my paying a monthly fee for a cell phone.....which I did for many years pay verizon every month until I got smart and canceled it. If I want a ten inch screen, I can use my netbook.

I know the mini ipad does not have the retina display but I don't really care. I plan to check it out more today as I think today is the day we can order the mini.

suddenly i have a sponsor » Post #11

Fri Oct 26, 2012 06:36 in General Talk

I am guessing that admins are now simply implementing the sponsor name of those that enrolled thru admin.
jgrago is an admin and admins has in reality, always been your sponsor.

Mini IPAD » Post #1

Thu Oct 25, 2012 12:05 in General Talk

Anyone going for the mini ipad besides me?

I don't have an ipad and have thought about one for several years. Now that they have come out with the
mini ipad, I'm going to get it. I do like the idea of the size because it will be handy to fit in my purse, yet I
think it's still a good enough size to utilize without being too small. Pre-order begins tomorrow Oct.26.
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