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payment ty » Post #2

Mon Mar 05, 2012 15:10 in Payment Proofs


My first pay » Post #2

Mon Mar 05, 2012 15:04 in Payment Proofs


my 2nd payment » Post #2

Mon Mar 05, 2012 15:04 in Payment Proofs


Payment March 5, 2012 » Post #2

Mon Mar 05, 2012 15:03 in Payment Proofs


My first pay » Post #2

Mon Mar 05, 2012 15:03 in Payment Proofs


Payment Proofs 2 » Post #2

Mon Mar 05, 2012 15:02 in Payment Proofs


Got Paid Again Today » Post #2

Mon Mar 05, 2012 15:02 in Payment Proofs


Another payment thanks clixsense you rock. » Post #2

Mon Mar 05, 2012 15:02 in Payment Proofs


first payment! » Post #2

Mon Mar 05, 2012 15:01 in Payment Proofs


Any jigsaw puzzle fanatics here besides me? » Post #5

Mon Mar 05, 2012 13:24 in General Talk

I pretty much just stick to the 1,000 pieces because it is easier for me to sit in the recliner, pull the
card table up to my chair, watch tv and work on the puzzle. I did recently purchase an inexpensive
buffet type table for the sole purpose of doing the larger 2,000 piece puzzles.

Some people put them back in the box after they finish one. I don't. I glue them. And for the life
of me, I don't know what I am going to do with all of them. I have a tall stack of all the ones I have
glued. :mrgreen:

It is a sense of accomplishment when you finish one. My sister does them also. She said she always
feels a little sad when she finishes one. :lol:

Any jigsaw puzzle fanatics here besides me? » Post #3

Mon Mar 05, 2012 09:37 in General Talk

I don't do the huge ones. :lol:

I pretty much stick with the 1,000 piece. Altho I do have a 2,000 piece Lords Supper, to do.

And I pretty much stick with 'Buffalo Games' jigsaw puzzles because they are really nice, high
quality pieces. Also I do the 'Buffalo Games' Photomosaic jigsaw puzzles.

What I don't understand is the walmarts here....Walmart use to sell bookoo jigsaw puzzles.
I can remember when they had an entire isle of only jigsaw puzzles. Now, the walmarts
around here only have a few short shelves of them.....and rarely the buffalo games jigsaws.

If you do find buffalo games jigsaws dirt cheap (like $7.50 or so or less) buy them! Even if
you are not a jigsaw fanatic. Then you can take them to ebay or amazon and sell them for
profits...especially the photomosaics. I usually buy them at amazon.

Any jigsaw puzzle fanatics here besides me? » Post #1

Mon Mar 05, 2012 09:15 in General Talk

Just wondered if there is any jigsaw puzzle fanatics here?

boohoo sob! Get the tissue ready... » Post #1

Mon Mar 05, 2012 07:28 in General Talk

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Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow » Post #6

Sun Mar 04, 2012 22:03 in General Talk

Yes that is a lot of snow! It reminds me of the snow storm of '67'.

I love looking at the architectural designs of houses in other countries.
And look at those curtains! I absolutely love those. The squirrel design is so unique.

I wonder what the man is shoveling out up there? Maybe that is his stack of wood for heating his house...
or maybe it is an animal house under there for his dogs...a well house perhaps.

Very hard on those elderly people, that is for sure.

So my grandpa (82) just got his first computer... » Post #3

Sun Mar 04, 2012 14:51 in General Talk

:lol: Your grandpa is having a lot of fun. He enjoys all those jokes and such and since laughter is good, he may enjoy a longer life span.

I also think you really got to give it to the elderly generation for diving in, using computers.

There are still yet today, many people, even younger than me, that won't dare touch a computer.
Usually, they make excuses that actually make no sense. :mrgreen:

I recall a guy that was out here some years ago, (logger) that cut my trees down for the pond area
I was preparing for. We were talking one day and something brought up the subject of computers.
He said he does not use computers, never has used a computer and never will use a computer. I
said 'why not?' and he just shook his head. That man was probably only in his late 30's or early 40's.

If you have never used a computer, never accessed the internet, then how do you know you would
not like it?

I think some people are simply afraid of the technology. Afraid they would not be able to learn it.
Or afraid that it is really difficult to learn.

I won $50 and did not even know it » Post #1

Sat Mar 03, 2012 22:35 in General Talk

You really need to keep an eye on stuff you do because you never know.

I'm a member of a free poll program. No I am not advertising it here.

Feb 26th, I won the random $50 daily prize. As a norm, I log in at least once a day but been so busy,
I did not get back over there til now. Of course, then I saw that I had won the $50.

I tell you, this has happen to me before at various times and various programs over the years.

A program I am still a member of that I joined many many years ago, one time I had forgot about it,
logged in months later, and I had over $200 earnings in it. It is just a safe list.

Another time, in a program I joined almost 15 years ago (and I am still a member), I had over $35 in it
and did not even know it for several years. :lol:

It's a good idea to keep track of everything you are a member of. I know today it is so easy to join the
multitude of free stuff out there, and then forget about it.

And take ClixSense for example. There is no doubt in my mind that some people join it, are active, even
put promotions out there, then get busy doing something else....all the while, their promotions are out
there, search engines and what not. Some probably went inactive not even realizing they left money on
the table. Some may be in active mode but have not logged in for awhile and not realizing they have funds.
And many probably don't even realize how much money they really could be making IF they were a premium
member, logging in and clicking ads daily, doing a few tasks from time to time, and putting out there some
promos as their time allows.....and what's really funny is many of those exact same people, are still out there
searching for a way to make money online. Go figure!

Am I awake yet? » Post #5

Sat Mar 03, 2012 13:58 in General Talk

Naw, I'm gonna live forever because I don't want to miss a thang. :lol:

Am I awake yet? » Post #3

Sat Mar 03, 2012 11:51 in General Talk

I was just a few weeks past my 18th birthday when she was born.

Some people say, it's not good to marry soon and have children at an early age.
I tend to disagree with that, to a point anyway.

There are many benefits to have children when you're young. You don't have the big generation gap.
I think you can relate to your children better, understand more of what they are dealing with and going thru.
Also, altho their are changes all the time, there really isn't that much of a gap. Just like me and my kids.
They remember when there was no flat screen tv's, no hd tv, no 3d tv, no widespread internet use, did
not grow up with computers, played outside, etc. Even tho they did not exist in that 60's era, did not see
live when we put the first man on the moon, the gap is still very small.

And it's fun! When your daughter marries, you're still going to have many years that you can enjoy
going out to eat together, going shopping together, perhaps even having many years to enjoy your
grand children.

Many people that marry and have children later in life, never live long enough to see their grand children.

My oldest grand child is eleven. It's very probable, I will live long enough to see and enjoy my great grand children.

Something to think about, I think, when considering marriage and having children.

PS. I am 56 going on 16 :mrgreen:

What are your plans for today? » Post #6

Sat Mar 03, 2012 11:32 in General Talk

Mongoose is the best in my experience.

PS. I'll tell you something else, I think you are better off going to a direct dealer than going to discount stores, such as walmart. If you are going to assemble it yourself, that's a different matter. Go directly to a store that deals in bikes only.
Usually there is already many assembled that you can buy right then. But if there is not, firmly look the dealer in the eye and say, 'MAKE SURE IT IS COMPLETELY ASSEMBLED CORRECTLY OR I WILL BE BACK FOR A REFUND!'

What are your plans for today? » Post #2

Sat Mar 03, 2012 10:14 in General Talk

I'm waiting for someone to wake me up. :lol:
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