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China can't be sued - Here's why ! » Post #2

Fri Mar 27, 2020 05:40 in General Talk

Wouldn't that be wonderful! Don't hold your breath.

Keep the literature for future generation » Post #11

Fri Mar 27, 2020 05:37 in General Talk

The $1,200 checks are based on income but you're income would have to be
rather high in order not to receive it. In general, you would need to make
over $75,000 a year not to receive the $1,200. However, even then you may
receive an amount depending on how much you made above that amount.

For example, my nephew filed tax's last year of $83,000 so he won't get the
full $1,200 but he will get about $900 to $950.

Keep the literature for future generation » Post #8

Thu Mar 26, 2020 18:17 in General Talk

I don't eat deer but if I was starving I might.

I do eat fish and there's plenty of that in my area too.

We do grow a lot of food in this area too.....watermelon, tomato's, corn, green beans, okra, onions, taters, etc.

The only food that concerns me is flour and cornmeal. I think I have plenty of both
because I don't bake much any more. Still, seems there is a big shortage of that.

We'll all get through it. Stay at home.

The relief bill passed in the USA. Many in the USA will receive a $1,200 check.

Keep the literature for future generation » Post #5

Thu Mar 26, 2020 15:54 in General Talk

I don't know and who knows really? I don't think anyone knows. All they can
go by at this point, is what is reported.

In the USA, it's primarily in the large cities, New York, New Jersey, Washington State, Chicago,
New Orleans. Spring Break was last month and this month for college students and they flooded
popular Spring Break areas such as Miami Beach in Florida (just to name one). Whatever the
count is, it's certainly going to be much much higher.

I'm in a rural area in the South. I am in a town of less than 2,000. There's more deer here
than people. With that said, we're beginning to see some numbers in the surrounding areas.
So, it is certainly spreading even to the rural America.

Keep the literature for future generation » Post #3

Thu Mar 26, 2020 15:04 in General Talk

I don't know, maybe.

Keep the literature for future generation » Post #1

Thu Mar 26, 2020 13:52 in General Talk

Any literature you receive about the Coronavirus, you may want to keep.

Your grand children, great grand children, may find it very interesting in the future.

the decline of a once great site » Post #11

Wed Mar 25, 2020 22:00 in General Talk

reikoross wrote: folks are telling me my name needs to be my paypal. problem is that it wont let me change it. also I dont think thats safe for everyone to have there email as there name. it invites spam and possible paypal fruad. they should rethink how they do that

Actually, just the opposite. It is a fraud prevention.

Your name has nothing to do with your email address you use for PayPal.
Also, keep in mind, you may add email addresses to your PayPal account....
therefore if your email is different in ySense, you can add it to your PayPal.

You may submit a support ticket to administration if you are still having issues.
ySense

the decline of a once great site » Post #5

Wed Mar 25, 2020 16:37 in General Talk

PS. The ySense forum is not an open forum. It is a member forum.

the decline of a once great site » Post #4

Wed Mar 25, 2020 16:34 in General Talk

Well actually it is not a decline. It is gone. ClixSense has been gone for months.
It was purchased by Prodege last year and the name was changed to ySense. In
addition, there has been changes, some good changes and some not so great changes
and some updates and some things that could use updating but have not yet.

In order to cash out by PayPal, everything must be exactly the same as it is in
your ySense and that means your NAME and your EMAIL address. So if your
name is :

PayPal: Helen H Hunt
ySense: Helen Hunt

That won't work because it is not exact.

If your email in ySense is

helenhh@hhh.com

and at PayPal it is

helenhhh@hhh.com

That won't work because it is not exact.

ySense does not own survey companies nor tasks or any of that.
It is like ClixSense was, a hub to earn through.

So problems with surveys or any of the earning options here, you would need
to contact that company, such as Peanut Labs directly, F8 directly, etc.

This is my earnings at present since the first of this year:

Year $458.69

Some days/weeks/months are better than others. That's not get rich money
but it is extra money that I worked here to earn. For the most part, I don't
do tasks. Most of my earnings are from surveys and some is from offers/videos.

In regards to time to do a survey, it's rarely an exact. Often when clicking a
survey, we are directed to one other than we clicked on so the time is rarely
what it states.

Forbiden to Live and Die.......tasman1 » Post #2

Tue Mar 24, 2020 19:54 in General Talk

Over rated

On the bright side ......tasman1 » Post #2

Tue Mar 24, 2020 16:06 in General Talk

Cook in cast iron.

India Lockdown » Post #45

Tue Mar 24, 2020 16:05 in General Talk

Guess what else is getting locked down!

Plumbing Issues - Tornado - EarthQuake - ETC » Post #8

Tue Mar 24, 2020 14:12 in General Talk

Nope. The backflow I have prevents sewage of any kind and water of any kind
from entering my house.

For example, lets say there is a city sewage problem perhaps due to an abundance
of rainfall. Others up the street from me that do not have a backflow system, may
find water/sewage backing up through their toilets. For me, that won't happen
because the system will close and thereby prevent any back up from getting inside.
During this period, my toilets would not flush and that would be a good thing.

I have smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detecters in my house. I do really
like the gas pack. My range/cookstove and my water heater, are presently gas
but I could easily place an electric range and electric water heater.

Well I guess my house could explode, could catch fire, could fall through the earth,
flood, etc but I think the chances of that happening is rather slim. If I was to be
concerned about any of those things, it would be earthquake.

If the dam breaks, the surrounding towns near me, would be under water in
ten minutes. My neighbor has a boat. :mrgreen:

Total Control of 7 billion ...........tasman1 » Post #2

Tue Mar 24, 2020 13:53 in General Talk

The coronavirus is not fake.

It's official, if you have a 401k, 80%-90% loss! » Post #19

Tue Mar 24, 2020 13:50 in General Talk

This is what I am conveying to you. He is extremely popular in the South.

If I had to bet, I'd bet he will be re-elected. However, I have no crystal ball.

Trump is old but he has a very active mind to say the least.

Biden seems to be very forgetful. Not sure but he just appears to me, to have
some physical issues. I am sure he went through a lot with the loss of his son.

The other old guy, well, I don't know what to think about him. I don't know if
he thinks free grows on trees or he is just saying anything to get people to vote
for him. It's obviously not working.

Anyway, we need to chill out on the politics here. Every country has their own
politics to concern themselves with. I've allowed it to be posted because it has
been slight in posts but when members start arguing then it is time to stop.

ySense, just like ClixSense, is not a place for political battles.

Hanta virus » Post #2

Tue Mar 24, 2020 06:35 in General Talk

As far as I know, it is not new.

It is a virus that spreads due to rodents such as rats and mice.

It's official, if you have a 401k, 80%-90% loss! » Post #17

Mon Mar 23, 2020 22:43 in General Talk

You said wouldn't need to worry about Trump being re-elected.

It's always a bit of a battle when it comes to North and South in the USA.

In the South, we are gun toting, take no shxx, believe in the full constitution,
agriculture, our land, our house and we don't allow anyone to take any of
that from us. Our employment is our land, our families. And our religion
is strong.

In the North, it's a bit different.

Trump won the electoral vote.
Hilary won the popular vote. The reality is, she won.

So when I say not exactly, I am saying the South still believes in Trump.
And we still have the electoral so he very well may be our president for
a second term. We're not fooled by the media.

Walmart USA - March 23 » Post #6

Mon Mar 23, 2020 22:33 in General Talk

I keep thinking our outing to Walmart is over but we are getting up early to
go this morning. She has a prescription to pick up that the doc called in for
her.

Every Tuesday, Walmart is opening one hour early for those 60 years and older
for one hour before others. The pharmacy is open to that early. 6am

We probably won't be there until 6:30 but I am curious to see if there is any
difference in regards to what is in stock.

Plumbing Issues - Tornado - EarthQuake - ETC » Post #6

Mon Mar 23, 2020 22:23 in General Talk

I bought this house less than 2 years ago. After my husband died, I sold my house
and property and moved to another State where my sister lives.

Most houses in this town do not have basements. They have crawl spaces but no
basements. My house does not have a basement.

The septic/pipe is in the front yard. The back flow goes at the septic pipe and has
another pipe. So now there is two pipes in my front yard. They are covered with
dirt but I know where they are, of course.

Yes, it would be much more expensive if one had to drill or jack hammer through
a concrete basement.

No, back flows do not allow a back up. That's the purpose of them, to keep sewage
and water from backing into the house. If the town gets a lot of rain or has issues
with their old pipes, water could back up into peoples homes.....but it won't mine
because I had the back flow installed. And if there is ever an issue with my pipes
inside my residence, I would know it because the water/toilets would not drain or
flush. That's the purpose of it. It won't allow for back up so if there is ever a
problem, I would know it is due to a problem with the pipes in the house or under
the house, not the city sewage pipes.

Just the opposite in regards to insurance. You would have a big problem trying to
get the insurance to pay if you did not have a backflow and you did not have any
kind of a policy for the sewage drain system. It could be a fight between the
owner and the city. Most insurance policies only allow for $1,000 to $2,000 sewage
protection. It could be more of course if you want to pay for more coverage.

Yes, I have gas too. I have gas cook stove, gas water heat, and a gas pack for
heat. Like I said, this is an old coal mining town. And there are times when the
winters are bad and electric goes out. If all you have is electric heat, well, you
get to stay cold until they can get the power back on. So some people have gas
packs which is a relatively new thing. So my heat is gas.

Next Stage .......tasman1 » Post #2

Mon Mar 23, 2020 15:53 in General Talk

Yep, those in bunkers after 7 years will send their Tasman 1 devil out to test the air and bananas.

Good luck tasman1

:lol:
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