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.
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.
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
Well, paper is worthless, you see. It's that frame of mind or I should say 'minds' that is going to eventually
break away from money altogether. Metal is worth more than paper and that's a big part of what they base
it on. A lot of people don't like the idea of doing away with the paper dollar and replacing it with metal.
Some times I wonder how people can be so blind. I realize part of it is the new generations because they are
young and have not experienced life without the technology we have today.
In other words, what I am saying is, the Bible plainly predicts all these things that have been coming to pass.
The excuse will be 'paper is worthless' 'metal can be stolen' 'credit card fraud' 'bank fraud' 'internet fraud'
'cell phone theft' ....... and that will be the excuse to do away with money period. Stick a 666 code in the
palms of the right hand and the head. OH, and don't let that 666 throw you off. It will most likely be a
metal chip under the skin. People will say 'that's not 666 so I am safe'....which is the way people try and
rationalize things. The 666 may not be so obvious. Like 6% alloy, 6% electrode, 6% blood, or some such
thing that people would not be aware of. You'll have to get it. You won't be able to buy or sell without it.
If you can't buy or sell, you can't feed your family. If you can't feed your family you certainly cannot pay
your bills. That means you have to suffer and you have to watch your family suffer. Better to suffer for
awhile than suffer in hell forever.
Let me tell you how WE the people from all over the world, are very stupid...
We're stupid in that we allow people to gain power and tell us what to do. It's many of these so called 'people in power' and 'upper political people' that make the path for us all when we let them.
That's why prejudice exist.
The average individual is mostly good, wants a decent life for himself/herself and their family. That's all.
But then politics is always there, telling us what is good, what is bad, what to do, what not to do. Even in
a free society such as the USA, we have to ask ourselves, ARE WE REALLY FREE?
People want to say 'religion' is the root of all evil. Some how, I beg to differ. I don't think any of us would
give a second thought to how our neighbor prays or who our neighbor prays to, IF it weren't for politics.
So ya, I believe at some point in time, there will be government control on the internet. They already have
access to anything and everything we do online, any way. Some day tho, they will limit what we can do, who
we can communicate with, and we will be limited. Enjoy the internet now because it will change.
The little flashlights are always a good buy. I've ordered them from HSN two or three Christmas's and have always been satisfied with them. They're nice to place in your handbag and even to keep one by the fuse box, etc.
Socks, gloves, hats are usually a good buy unless you're giving it to someone that lives in a warm climate.
I bought a couple sets of the merino wool socks at qvc last night. Mostly good reviews but some not so good. Those
are 3 pair for I think it was about $25. If you have a few men on your list, those are suppose to be very warm boot
socks so one pair for each man, would be a nice yet inexpensive gift.
Young women/girls usually like cosmetics, nail polish, bubble bath and that sort of thing, can always get items like that at relatively inexpensive prices.
Walmart sells many gift sets. I like the ones that have coffee mugs or a travel mug, or soup cups included. Usually they have the mugs and a package or more of coffee and altho vary in price, some very nice ones for $5 to $10.
Looking for some inexpensive gifts for Christmas? Maybe you can suggest some? Here is some ideas I thought of or have came across:
QVC - sells a unique item of 3 mini cell handbags for about $24. That pans out to about $8 per gift. So if you have 3 women in your life, those make a very nice, unique, and inexpensive gift. They are little handbags that will hold a cell phone and a few other teeny items such as lipstick. They mini handbags can be clipped to your belt loop, larger handbag, etc. Very cool items.
Privacy Stamper - I saw these on QVC too but no doubt they could be found else where. These are very cool too. You know the numerous magazines and junk mail people get, will have their name and address on them. Well, you take this little stamper, and stamp on the address which hides the address. You just have to see these items because they are really unique and a very bright idea plus, very inexpensive.
Office Supplies - Ok, who doesn't need office supplies these days? From pens and pencils to printer paper. I'd much rather have a package of printer paper then something I will never use.
Calendars - Well, some of these are rather unique today. Calendars always make a great Christmas gift and it seems one can never have enough of them. They're always a great and inexpensive gift for Christmas since the new year is right after Christmas and everyone's calendars are near the end.
House shoes - I go through these like ice cream or maybe faster. They're always a hot item at Christmas time and many are only $5 to $10.
Magnifying glass/Letter opener - Alrightie some of the most simple and inexpensive gifts, are often never thought of. I don't know why it is but often a magnifying glass and a letter opener are sold as a set. It doesn't matter if you are young or old, everyone can use a magnifying glass. Plus, these items look nice on a desk.