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Truth and a Lie » Post #6

Thu Aug 23, 2012 16:45 in General Talk

I'll guess the truth is you did coach your HS football team in high school.
The lie I think is, you do not have a college degree.

Truth and a Lie » Post #3

Thu Aug 23, 2012 16:28 in General Talk

jzt451 wrote:
valerie wrote: The way this works, is you tell one truth and one lie, about yourself. Other members will try and guess which is the lie.

I'll go first.

*I was born in New Zealand
*I have three children

I'm gonna do the unexpected & say New Zealand is true, & 3 kids is false.

:lol: Got ya! I do have 3 children but I was not born in New Zealand.

Truth and a Lie » Post #1

Thu Aug 23, 2012 15:13 in General Talk

The way this works, is you tell one truth and one lie, about yourself. Other members will try and guess which is the lie.

I'll go first.

*I was born in New Zealand
*I have three children

Help On Offer... » Post #2

Wed Aug 22, 2012 22:12 in Your Stats

I doubt there is anything anyone can do if the survey did not credit.

Jars/Canisters for Nothing » Post #1

Wed Aug 22, 2012 16:09 in General Talk

I'm a jar freak! :lol:

My grandfather was a trash man, most his life. Retired from the trash department up by Chicago.
I some times wonder if that is why I have this seemingly uncontrollable passion for jars.
In our basement, he had tables in which, were full of jars. Yes, jars he collected from the....trash.
No, he did not dig in the trash for jars. :mrgreen:
Keep in mind, this was mainly back in the 50's and 60's and many women would sit their empty
jars in box's out in the allys for the trash man to carry off. He mainly collected odd looking jars,
jars that were unique in some way. I sure wish I had them and I have no idea what happen to
them. I suppose someone did not realize the same passion as he did....

Until now.

It seems to be a big fad as you can look online and find gobs of decorating ideas with jars.
Also, if you look around, you'll see that jars can add up to a very significant expense.

Maybe more importantly is, IF you know how, you can decorate hugely with JARS.

I thought I would share some ideas for you and how you can get jars for nothing!

-If you go to walmart stores, you'll notice the large cans and jars of food items. Walmart sells
the very large jars of VLASSIC PICKLES. These are glass jars and you're buying the product.
DON'T throw that jar away. Some of the large vlassic jars are very cool because they have a
lot of writing and even measurements. After you have finished the product, wash the jar.
Take the lid and scuff it lightly with sand paper. Then spray paint the lid any color you want.
You can also spray paint the glass jar by using a simple rust preventive paint such as
'rust oleum' spray paint. You can do this with multiple jars. Paint the lids different colors,
line them up on your shelf, and you've got some nice storage or display jars.

A good spray paint for MASON jars, is silver. Take mason jars, spray paint them with rust oleum
or some sort of rust prevention paint, in silver. The words on the jars will stand out and look
very pretty. You can even use these as flower vases.

What do you buy at the grocery that comes in glass jars?

You can decorate the jars in many ways and use them to store things like thread, marbles,
candy, and more. I have some that I hot glued with jute. Ya, I took hot glue and wrapped
jute around the jars for candle holders. I've also glittered jars, painted, decorated in many

Next time you start to throw a jar away....think about it....why be wasteful when you can
save money, be creative, and make something unique?

Phylis Diller fat jokes » Post #3

Tue Aug 21, 2012 10:06 in General Talk

What I really found interesting about that video, is the era.

I think it said, she did that in 1977.

Granted, there has always been fat people but American's did not have the obesity issue they have today.
It made me wonder, even for Phyllis Diller, if she would have did such a comedy act today, focused solely
on 'fat'.

Completed 6 Surveys today! » Post #4

Tue Aug 21, 2012 09:44 in Success Stories

Yep, that's true, it would be worth it for you to upgrade simply because you will double your checklist earning bonus.

Phylis Diller fat jokes » Post #1

Mon Aug 20, 2012 20:27 in General Talk

Zeekler » Post #9

Mon Aug 20, 2012 13:59 in General Talk

sp1915 wrote: I just had another ad, I guess they don't read the forum. ;)

I know it does not seem like it to us, but most do not read or visit the forum. Some people just
focus on promoting stuff but don't even keep up with what they are promoting.

Zeekler » Post #7

Mon Aug 20, 2012 12:56 in General Talk

oberder wrote: :idea: valerie, I think I found that Thread in the archives -- justbeenpaid clixsense ad | ClixSense Forum

Yes, that is it.

And I meant what I said also entirely there in regards to JBP too.

People are going to justify most anything as long as they are getting paid.

I tell you something else too. If I could remember, I could name a basketful of programs that were
patent pending, incorporated, even listed with the BBB, that went down because they were legally
defined as a scam or a peter paul ponzi, or some other illegal issue. Whoever thinks just because
something has a patent, makes it safe and ok, needs to do some serious research.

Zeekler » Post #5

Mon Aug 20, 2012 12:43 in General Talk

The best place to stay updated on big scams is at 'MLM WatchDog'.

Zeekler » Post #3

Mon Aug 20, 2012 12:13 in General Talk

If you recall, I posted about a guy emailing me wanting me to join and he got mad because I called it an illegal ponzi and simply stated I was not interested and to be careful. He then contacted my upline in a program I am in. The upline called me on the phone and called me names.....he said I was a nut....and I hung up on him. Remember me posting about that?
The guy that emailed me, said he was under a REAL LEADER now.

ZeekRewards, is the program they were trying to get me to join.

Who gets the last laugh? I'm not a real leader, huh? I am a nut, huh? Well they can both kiss my arse and I hope they have fun watching their bank account funds drop rapidly!

No offers and tasks » Post #2

Mon Aug 20, 2012 00:38 in Success Stories

The checklist is a bonus. When you have tasks and/or offers than you can focus on achieving the checklist bonus.

All Caps is NOT allowed » Post #1

Mon Aug 20, 2012 00:32 in Your Stats

Posting in all caps is not allowed.

Can I change my payment procedure? » Post #2

Mon Aug 20, 2012 00:28 in General Talk


Any one for help???????? » Post #2

Mon Aug 20, 2012 00:28 in General Talk

Which surveys?

You might try clearing your cache, history.

The video that everyone likes » Post #5

Sun Aug 19, 2012 15:41 in General Talk

Well I think some times it's a very great tribute to a talented person to see others imitating their work.

Also, it does often give joy to people to see someone singing songs of a late talent.

Elvis for example, there are tons of impersonators, of which most totally are nothing even close to what Elvis
was or could do. Still, there are some good ones and for those that go to those shows, it brings back good

I don't think Michael Jackson would be the least bit annoyed by someone doing his songs. It's a tribute and
he is probably smiling down....and maybe even saying 'you're good but you're not as good as me'.

The video that everyone likes » Post #3

Sun Aug 19, 2012 13:40 in General Talk

marc2012job wrote: Hi My my American people, this is the music that every body likes.
Do you know Tony succar, this is the video:

The video sounds very good. He does a good job with that song.

I can't say I was ever a big fan of Michael's but I did know him and I did have many of his original songs on
45's (lol) when I was a kid.....if you're young enough to remember 45's. I was also a close friend of his cousin,
Helen, when I was a kid. Her and I was in the same class and some times I would go with her into Gary to get
taco's and there was a couple of times we stopped by Michael's house. That was all a very very long time ago
but good memories.

Clixgrid means disapoint of luck, time. » Post #2

Sun Aug 19, 2012 12:26 in General Talk

Alrightie then.

Hello everyone!! » Post #2

Sun Aug 19, 2012 09:37 in Member Introduction

Hello. Glad you decided to visit the forum. Lots of good tips and content here.
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