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What do they do in your area for New Years? » Post #1

Sun Jan 01, 2012 13:13 in General Talk

For example, here close to where I live, Memphis, Tennessee drops a big guitar at midnight on Beal Street.
They also have the 'Blues Coffin'. When you go down Beal Street, you can write down your blues and
drop it in the coffin...thereby leaving all your blues from 2011 behind. There's lots of good music (blues),
lots and lots of food (barbecue, fish, etc), lots of entertainment, food and drink. It is very crowded on
New Years eve. Lots of fun!

What Mobile/Cell Phone do you have? » Post #8

Sun Jan 01, 2012 13:02 in General Talk

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. Highly possible over time, a person could get carpal tunnel syndrome in their fingers or wrists.

I get carpal tunnel syndrome some times but when I do get it, I move to a different position....I get it in my wrists, from mouse or other hand from not resting my left arm on chair more often. Tend to leave my left hand in upward position at keyboard....then I catch myself and stop.

What Mobile/Cell Phone do you have? » Post #6

Sun Jan 01, 2012 12:22 in General Talk

I think probably the best about texting is, maybe they won't get cancer from the thing.

ySense Forum Moderators » Post #6

Sun Jan 01, 2012 12:21 in Member Introduction

I don't know mutchy126. There is the French and German forums but neither of them have many posts.

ySense Forum Moderators » Post #4

Sun Jan 01, 2012 12:04 in Member Introduction

Hmmmm I guess you can change it and let me know if you do. I will edit the topic with your new user name.

Is there any surprise from clixsense for 2012 ? » Post #8

Sun Jan 01, 2012 12:02 in General Talk

I watch some old Twilight Zone shows yesterday, as they were running all day and all night.
All I could think about was Rod Sterling with that cigarette. Every show, there he would be,
with a cigarette in his hand or mouth. Little did he know, he would eventually die with lung
cancer.

What Mobile/Cell Phone do you have? » Post #3

Sun Jan 01, 2012 11:59 in General Talk

I have verizon service and use a verizon/samsung cell phone. It has the slide out for text messaging.
I don't use any of the extra services such as internet. I do have text messaging because my kids seem to
send more text messages than calling me! I keep telling them, don't text me...they text anyway. :lol:

introduction » Post #2

Sun Jan 01, 2012 11:43 in Member Introduction

Welcome aboard! :P

Keep in mind, advertising is not allowed in the ClixSense forum.

Interview with Jim Grago - the Admin of ClixSense » Post #13

Sun Jan 01, 2012 07:53 in General Talk

I think that is his sister's son. I might be wrong about that but I think that is who it is.

New year wish » Post #2

Sun Jan 01, 2012 00:37 in Member Introduction

Welcome aboard and Happy New Year! :P

Thank you clixsense » Post #3

Sat Dec 31, 2011 18:32 in Success Stories

Yep, you have to keep clicking because eventually you will probably win.

Congratulations!

What does Auld Lang Syne mean? Find Out Here » Post #1

Sat Dec 31, 2011 11:29 in General Talk

Auld Lang Syne

The Scottish song that was first written down in the 1700s. Robert Burns is the person whose transcription got the most attention, the song is associated with him...

"auld lang syne" is translated as "old long since" or "days gone by" or "old times"

The song begins by posing a rhetorical question as to whether it is right that old times be forgotten, and is generally interpreted as a call to remember long-standing friendships.

At New Year...

"Auld Lang Syne" is traditionally sung at the conclusion of New Year gatherings in Scotland and around the world, especially in English-speaking countries.

It is common practice that everyone joins hands with the person next to them to form a great circle around the dance floor. At the beginning of the last verse, everyone crosses their arms across their breast, so that the right hand reaches out to the neighbour on the left and vice versa. When the tune ends, everyone rushes to the middle, while still holding hands. When the circle is re-established, everyone turns under the arms to end up facing outwards with hands still joined.
In countries other than Scotland the hands are often crossed from the beginning of the song at variance with Scottish custom. The Scottish practice was demonstrated by the Queen at the Millennium Dome celebrations for the year 2000. The English press berated her for not "properly" crossing her arms, unaware that she was correctly following the Scottish tradition.

See wikipedia for more detailed info.

Happy New Year!

"Happy New Year" in different language » Post #7

Sat Dec 31, 2011 10:16 in General Talk

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

ySense Forum Moderators » Post #1

Sat Dec 31, 2011 09:38 in Member Introduction

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"Happy New Year" in different language » Post #4

Sat Dec 31, 2011 09:30 in General Talk

I've got about 12 more hours til 2012 here. (USA - Tennessee)

Shuvo Nabo Barsho!

Is there any surprise from clixsense for 2012 ? » Post #2

Sat Dec 31, 2011 09:09 in General Talk

Yes, there will be surprise in 2012.
I can't say more or it wouldn't be a surprise. :P

Happy new year » Post #4

Sat Dec 31, 2011 09:07 in General Talk

Happy New Year! :clap:

Provide Holiday Greeting to all members ClixSense » Post #8

Sat Dec 31, 2011 09:05 in General Talk

Happy New Year!

Do you know you have sparklers going off on your shirt? :P :clap:

THANK YOU :D » Post #4

Sat Dec 31, 2011 09:02 in General Talk

I better be careful what I say, I know you are watching me and that cat of your's just won't settle down!

:lol:

"Happy New Year" in different language » Post #2

Sat Dec 31, 2011 09:01 in General Talk

It's amazing all the numerous languages in the world.

Happy New Year!
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