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My second payment proof(Recd. $9.52 USD) » Post #2

Sat Jan 07, 2012 08:35 in Payment Proofs

Congrats! :P

How did valerie do it? » Post #18

Sat Jan 07, 2012 02:20 in General Talk

Well, I was Traveling in a fried-out zombie, On a hippie trail, head full of zombie, I met a strange man, he made me
nervous. He took me in and gave me breakfast and he said, "Do you come from a land down under? Where women glow and men plunder? Can't you hear, can't you hear the thunder? You better run, you better take cover."

You can imagine how shocked I was. By that time tho, I was getting mighty hungry so I was...

Buying bread from a man in Brussels, he was six foot four and full of muscle. I said, "Do you speak-a my language?"
He just smiled and gave me a vegemite sandwich and then he said...

"I come from a land down under, where beer does flow and men chunder. Can't you hear, can't you hear the thunder?
You better run, you better take cover."

Now I must tell you folks something, I was by this time very frightened. Plus, I have never ate a vegemite sandwich.

By this time I figured I better get things straight so while dining in a den in Bombay, with a slack jaw by the way, and nothing much to say, I said to the man....'are you trying to tempt me because I don't come from the land of plenty?...
I come from the internet at ClixSense, where members earn more than a sixpence. If you want to make money,
better join with me honey, forget the vegemite sandwich, you can eat while viewing the website."

He said 'I've joined so much stuff, I am an inactive buff. Take my hand honey, show me the money. I won't be
inactive no more, cause I'm tired of being poor".

And that's my story.

My Stats » Post #2

Sat Jan 07, 2012 01:26 in Your Stats

Congrats! :P

Mobile Molars - My Dental Story » Post #11

Fri Jan 06, 2012 21:41 in General Talk

Awww isn't those bacterias so cute! And they have children too. Sweet! :roll:

:lol:

Mobile Molars - My Dental Story » Post #9

Fri Jan 06, 2012 21:16 in General Talk

At least we now know that my dentist is up to date with his terminology, Jamesrudy.

I have a friend that has no molars left. Her dentist wants to place screws in her jaw.
Then after a period of time, they go in and screw teeth into those screws. :shock:

I'll pass on all that. If I was 25 instead of 55, I might consider some such long agonizing
affliction in order to look my best and chew without looking like a chipmunk. At my age,
I will simply say goodbye to mobile molar life as I know it.

Mobile Molars - My Dental Story » Post #8

Fri Jan 06, 2012 21:11 in General Talk

Well now sp1915, that makes me feel better. My infectious mobile molars will go to the waste container where they will no doubt, have company.

You said a MOUTH full 'Costly'. I don't have dental insurance. It's costing me alright. I should have became a dentist.

Mobile Molars - My Dental Story » Post #6

Fri Jan 06, 2012 21:05 in General Talk

I have never in my life heard a dentist refer to weak or loose teeth as 'mobile'.

I do really like my dentist but every time I look at him, I want to sing '...Earth To Major Tom...'
He wears a big hard plastic thing over his face. They roll you back in that long chair and all those
tools are surrounding you, plus that itty bitty sink...then he peers over ya with that bright light
shinning.... for a moment, I think it's either Major Tom or God.

Eh well, I needed to go on a diet any way.

Mobile Molars - My Dental Story » Post #3

Fri Jan 06, 2012 20:56 in General Talk

:lol:

As I am now :mrgreen:

Soon I will be :o

Is my sponsor dead??? » Post #5

Fri Jan 06, 2012 20:23 in General Talk

It could be their molars went mobile and they became depressed thinking about eating like Chevy Chase.

Mobile Molars - My Dental Story » Post #1

Fri Jan 06, 2012 20:20 in General Talk

I'm wondering where teeth go?

Does anyone know, where the toothies go?

I went to the dentist about two weeks ago and had a filling replaced.
Today I went to get my teeth cleaned and an overall exam.

What few molars are left in my head, have lost their bones and have according to the dentist 'gone mobile'.

I've never heard of mobile teeth before. The dentist and his assistant kept saying 'that tooth is mobile, and
that tooth is mobile, all four of those are mobile'. I thought my teeth were going to walk out of my mouth.

For some reason, all I could envision was my molars sending text messages to each other...'we're goners'.

I only have 4 molars one on each side, top and bottom.

Now I have to go back to the dentist Monday so he can take one of my molars.
I'll then have to return the next week after that, so he can take another one of my molars.

If I don't have any molars, how will I chew my food?
All I can envision is Chevy Chase gnawing on dried out turkey in 'Christmas Vacation'.

Just thought I'd let you folks know, IF I am not a real happy camper over the next few weeks, you'll
know it's because I am sitting here molarless as my molars are not only mobile, they are going to be
extracted from my head resulting in sunken holes in my gums filled with little bandages BUT I am sure
that won't make my mobile molars happy and I'm mighty sure that won't make me happy. As I can't
say I am looking forward to little bandages stuffed into pockets of my mouth. Needless to say, I am
not looking forward to eating like Chevy Chase eats dried out turkey.

History : Web advertising timeline » Post #4

Fri Jan 06, 2012 19:55 in General Talk

WordLinx

update to the pthe post I made about the moderator » Post #2

Fri Jan 06, 2012 17:02 in General Talk

Obviously, you are very mis-informed. Because members are not required to upgrade in order to get paid.
It's a good idea to know what you are talking about before making statements that are false.


I have never ever said that 99% of bux sites are scams and I will never be so stupid to say such a thing.
Neither do I believe that.

There may be some bux sites out there that require people to be paid members. I don't know and I don't
care.

Get a life and get off my brow.

same moderator here as in john winters sites » Post #8

Fri Jan 06, 2012 13:49 in General Talk

Not sure what the point of his post is.

I thought maybe I was suppose to send him flowers or an award or something.

Hello Everyone! » Post #2

Fri Jan 06, 2012 12:11 in Member Introduction

Hello and welcome to the forum! :P

History : Web advertising timeline » Post #2

Fri Jan 06, 2012 11:59 in General Talk

A lot has happen in a relatively short period of time on the net.

It's very interesting to look back and then see where it's at today.

What is the future of ClixSense as Paid To Click ? » Post #4

Fri Jan 06, 2012 11:51 in General Talk

As long as it's viable, I am sure it will be here. As long as there is advertisers and members utilizing it.

No doubt, as they have proven already, they will stay updated with the times, improve and implement
as needed.

same moderator here as in john winters sites » Post #4

Fri Jan 06, 2012 01:59 in General Talk

:lol: I don't know if it is a personal attack or what.

Maybe he is wanting a list of people that hire me.

I do consulting work. I do large advertising campaigns for companies. I own several programs.
What else do I do? I do affiliate resales. I focus a lot of my time with cash back shopping. I
focus a lot of attention in the free to earn industry. I publicized an ezine for several years. I
owned the very first LLC coffee company online with all the bells and whistles...sold over 1000
types of gourmet coffee, plus gourmet teas, plus coffee machinery....oh and gourmet cookies.
I've been a member in a major MLM program for 8 years, another MLM program for about 4 years,
another MLM program for 2 years.

I also volunteer my time at this forum.

I wear size 12 in jeans. I'm 5 foot 7. I'm 55 years old. I have 3 children and several grand
children.

Most importantly, I don't pry into other peoples business.

same moderator here as in john winters sites » Post #2

Fri Jan 06, 2012 01:35 in General Talk

I guess that is what you get for doing your own thinking.

I was hired to moderate one of his forums. Recently he launched a new bux program and ask if I could
moderate it too, I agreed.

I have not heard of anyone not being paid by either one of the programs in which I moderate the forums of.
Since I do moderate at those two forums, I am sure I would have read the complaints if there was any.

Are you saying they stole your money?

And what has that got to do with ClixSense?

Tips for the Not so Obvious » Post #5

Thu Jan 05, 2012 20:50 in General Talk

I have dedicated servers but still, it's a big problem with bounce backs. Not all, but most yahoo and hotmail addresses bounce. The longer you have the domain, when sending receiving emails thru it on the servers, the more it tends to block you. One would think it would be opposite, but nope.

Tips for the Not so Obvious » Post #3

Thu Jan 05, 2012 19:38 in General Talk

That's what they all say....they'll say they don't have any problem with their yahoo account and that they receive all their email. :mrgreen:
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