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My payment » Post #2

Wed May 23, 2012 12:12 in Payment Proofs


my 1st cashout » Post #2

Wed May 23, 2012 06:36 in Payment Proofs


My First Payout » Post #2

Wed May 23, 2012 06:35 in Payment Proofs


1st payment » Post #2

Wed May 23, 2012 06:34 in Payment Proofs


Survey winner! » Post #2

Wed May 23, 2012 06:33 in Payment Proofs

Congrats! WOW! :thumbup:

Do you collect anything? Hobby for example? » Post #5

Tue May 22, 2012 21:54 in General Talk

I know what you mean too, chrishoppus. There's been many times I thought about collecting something in particular and then found myself not interested. I think it just kind of hits you, when you find something you like. You may not think about collecting it but one day realize you have.

Do you collect anything? Hobby for example? » Post #4

Tue May 22, 2012 21:51 in General Talk

I did not really think of myself as a comic book collector when I was a kid, but I was.
Every day walking home from school, I'd stop by a drug store on the way. It was my habit to buy some
candy and comic books.

I mainly bought Archie Series comic books. They were 12 cents each. They'd have special editions almost
weekly which were thicker and the cost was more like 24 cents each.

Also I read other comic books, some of which I can't really remember the name. One was something like
'dot' or 'little dot'. It had a girl in it name dot and she liked....dots.

I never got into the super hero type comic books. Probably because I was a girl.

I never threw away my comic books. I had stacks upon stacks of them. I wish I did know how many, but
I don't. Just guessing, over a thousand. It was the Vietnam war era...the 60's. There was a comic book drive
and my grandmother ask if I would donate my comic books to the boys dying in Vietnam. Yes, that is about
the way she said it. Believe me, that was one of the hardest things I ever did in my entire life....donated all
my comic books. I was ten years old.

I totally understand your book collecting. I always wanted to be a writer/author of books. Mostly, I preferred
fiction. Over time, I grew into reading more of the classics. Then I got into studying religion. So I had a lot
of books on various religions. Also, I had a lot of bibles and story book bibles.

Must add also, I some times wonder what will become of hard books in the future. With kindles and all the
digital readers, hard books seem to be on their way out. Very sad, I think. I like to hold a book in my hands,
a real book. Guess you better hang on to your books because some day, they may be worth a fortune.

Do you collect anything? Hobby for example? » Post #1

Tue May 22, 2012 19:03 in General Talk

I started collecting beanie babies years ago before they became so popular. Now you can't hardly give those things away.

I collect 'Lodge' brand cast iron cookware. Also most anything 'Lodge' makes. I recently purchased a couple of their cookbooks. Also have a trivet or two and hot handle mitts.

Use to, I would collect cat figurines. I'm still partial to cat stuff but I don't actually collect it.
I have thought about collecting cat salt/pepper shakers. I figure that is something small, won't take up much
space, and you don't find cat salt/pepper shakers every day.

I like glass jars. Yes, I know. I don't collect them but I do seem to have a strong liking for glass jars. Go figure!
And I do have quite a few.

Also I like glass jars and canisters that have cork stoppers. Don't ask me why because I have not figured out
why I like them. Must be gas on the brain. :mrgreen:

So what about you, do you collect anything or have a hobby?

i didnt change my country » Post #2

Tue May 22, 2012 18:45 in Success Stories

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the offers » Post #2

Tue May 22, 2012 18:45 in Success Stories

Yes you would need to keep an eye on it and when there is an offer to do you can try and do it.

My 1st payment-Thank You » Post #2

Tue May 22, 2012 18:44 in Payment Proofs


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My 1st Payment Received » Post #2

Tue May 22, 2012 18:43 in Payment Proofs

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Hi everyone » Post #2

Tue May 22, 2012 14:02 in Member Introduction

Hello and welcome to the forums!

1stpayment-thanks! » Post #2

Tue May 22, 2012 14:01 in Payment Proofs


Help frndZ coz unity is strength ..! » Post #2

Tue May 22, 2012 11:36 in General Talk

And where would they get the rented referrals?

I don' t win cash prize since 30 days as a premium » Post #15

Tue May 22, 2012 11:28 in General Talk

Well you know, we can't help where we were born just like we have no control over what people want or
what companies want or what advertisers want.

ClixSense does not determine these things. People determine these things.

It's not right to put the USA down or put the UK down or put Canada down or put any country down for that
matter, just because a company wants a particular groups feedback.

If I had it my way, everyone here would make $1,000 a day, no one would be starving, everyone would live
together in peace, and we would all sing 'imagine' every night before bed.

Like I told mods in the mod forum a day or two ago, don't bite the hand that feeds you.

It's not a perfect world but stop placing blame on everyone else. You want things to change, it starts with YOU.

Also if I had it my way, I'd boot Obama out of office and his contender too! I'd never borrowed money
from China and I'd never bailed out the corporations. I'd become president of the USA and I'd make everyone
that had money, give at least one can of food to their starving neighbor.

Bottomline, stop bitching and use common sense.

CSR - One Year - $150.00 » Post #6

Tue May 22, 2012 11:16 in Success Stories

:lol: :mrgreen:

Alrightie then! ;)

sad » Post #2

Tue May 22, 2012 11:15 in Your Stats

Really. Well just keep an eye open for them as you never know when an ad will be there.

CSR - One Year - $150.00 » Post #4

Tue May 22, 2012 11:14 in Success Stories

Thanks Sath (hope you don't mind me calling you, Sath). :P

CSR - One Year - $150.00 » Post #2

Tue May 22, 2012 10:30 in Success Stories


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