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Any methods or techniques that can be explained? » Post #2

Thu Jun 06, 2019 15:24 in General Talk

- Go to yahoo and sign up for a new email address - use it for doing offers/surveys etc

- Never use your new yahoo email address for anything significant.

- The silver, gold type offers/surveys u r referring to are lead gen pages. Never make a
purchase from those pages. Just go along thru them, if you wish.

- Keep your yahoo email clear and open when doing offers, surveys, etc in another window.
You can look to make sure and confirm any links that might be sent to you when completing
an offer.

- Server change is at 11:00 pm central time zone. Go to website explorer in the clixoffers,
and attempt those. If it's a good night, you can make a buck or thereabouts, simply doing
website explorer.

- We age, we move, we start or end business, we medicate, we mediate, we are always
changing....be sure to CAREFULLY and THOUGHTFULLY update your profile when the time
comes.

hi there » Post #2

Thu Jun 06, 2019 06:00 in Member Introduction

ClixSense isn't a PTC.

Amazon - Prime - In Case You do Not know » Post #10

Wed Jun 05, 2019 15:05 in General Talk

I pay by the year and it is approximately $119.
By the month, I think it is approximately $13.

As a prime member in the USA, we get the prime movies and shows, cloud storage
for our photo's, stream music, two day free shipping, selection of digital books each
month to choose, first dibs on special deals, and I forget what else. There is no
minimum amount to purchase for free shipping. There are items that are very low
cost like a few dollars that may be listed as an 'add on' item. Yep, some of the
perks I never use like the streaming music.

I don't know why it is higher cost in the USA than else where.

Antibiotics- good or Bad » Post #19

Wed Jun 05, 2019 14:54 in General Talk

Here is a very recent real life example :

A couple of weeks ago I went for my yearly mammogram.

Came home.

A day later, I was told I needed to return for additional
testing and an ultra-sound to the right side. So I had
to wait a week......and......worry.....until my appointment.

I told my sister, that I would bet it is not cancer. I said, I
bet it is lymph nodes. I would even go so far as to bet, the
doctor knows it. I said, it's just a way for more money to
be made.

I went to the appointment. I had the test. Waited for the
doctor to look at it. Nurse came and told me the doctor
looked at the test and does in fact want an ultra-sound.
So I waited for the room to ready and I sat....and....worried.

All kinds of thoughts went thru my head......goodbye right
breast, you served me well for 63 years......what good are
you anyway right breast, why not say goodbye to the left
too....save money on bra's....

Then the nurse came and walked me into the ultra-sound
room. Afterwards, I waited for the doctor to look at the
results.

wait...worry.....wait....worry....wait.....worry......

The nurse came back and walked me into a room.....OH NO
I hope I don't cry. I must be brave. Surely I am being walked
to the doctors room. He is going to tell me the bad news.
What should I do.....laugh...cry.....smile....ask him if he has
some chewing gum.....

In the room, she turned and looked at me and said.....it's
all fine, just lymph nodes, see ya next year.

The point I am making is..... YOU MUST take that extra step
when it is required of you. Even tho you are mighty sure nothing
is wrong. You still gotta. That's the barrel. That barrel is not
only over my head but it goes on upwards to the nurses, doctors,
insurance, etc.

Money Talk » Post #6

Tue Jun 04, 2019 17:30 in General Talk

I'm 63 and a recent great grandmother.

I think investing in real estate is a decent bet.

One of my uncles in particular (long time deceased, however), invested in real
estate most of his life. He bought and sold land.

Houses can be a good investment too. One just needs to know the market in
their area.

I usually tell people to buy a house because normally after a few years, they
can sell it for more and make a profit. Especially so if they of course, keep
the house well maintained.

Does tango still cashout btc » Post #7

Tue Jun 04, 2019 07:15 in General Talk

A good idea would be to ask Tango, Skrill, etc.

It's truly always best to go to the horses mouth.

So if you are wanting to know what Tango does or Skrill does, it really is
in your best interest to go to those sites and read their FAQ's. You may
even want to contact them if you can't find what you are looking for.

Antibiotics- good or Bad » Post #10

Mon Jun 03, 2019 17:35 in General Talk

Antibiotics are good.

Over time, an antibiotic may become resistant to the infection.

Penicillin is a good example. Altho it is still used today, it is
rarely prescribed. When I was a child, I can remember getting
penicillin shots. Today it is usually amoxicillin or similar in a
capsule form.

We've become such a germ free society with all our various
cleaning products and our over use of drugs, that new anti
bacterial drugs must be created every so many years.

I was thinking about plastic recently. All the plastic in the ocean
and dumps. The irony of it all. All the cleaning products in plastic.
All the plastic to make our lives simple. What has it really been
worth? A huge waste of money and life, to say the least.

Money Talk » Post #3

Mon Jun 03, 2019 17:21 in General Talk

That is the 72 rule and I think it is rather correct but do keep in mind, as it states,
it is an example.

Even if you double your money in 7 years, would you still be alive? :roll:

Maybe I shouldn't be so negative when it comes to retirement years but I can't
help but realize how fast the years go by.

Let's just say I live to be 83. That is only 20 more years.

What I am saying, a lot of people think or feel they need hundreds of thousands
of dollars for retirement. Well sure that is nice to say the least but I think it
depends on their situation. If they are a retired married couple, they may be
receiving $4,000 per month social security, one or both might have a pension too,
their house is paid for, they have everything they could ever need and mostly
whatever they want. Does this couple need hundreds of thousands of dollars for
retirement? Might be nice. Good to have money. Realistically, they probably will
not need it and it will go to either their children, nursing home, or the city.

Amazon - Prime - In Case You do Not know » Post #6

Sun Jun 02, 2019 15:01 in General Talk

I have an idea! :idea:

Everyone send me some cash and I will let you know how well it works. ;)

Money Talk » Post #1

Sun Jun 02, 2019 09:27 in General Talk

From Google search:

Does money double every 7 years?

'The Rule of 72 states that the amount of time required to double your money equals 72 divided by your rate of return. For example: If you invest money at a 10 percent return, you will double your money every 7.2 years. ... If you invest at a 7 percent return, you will double your money every 10.2 years.'

Please Come , Please Come ...tasman1 » Post #2

Sat Jun 01, 2019 21:11 in General Talk

It's hot here.

Amazon - Prime - In Case You do Not know » Post #1

Sat Jun 01, 2019 12:10 in General Talk

I thought I would mention this because a lot of people are not aware of the
discounts Amazon allows for Prime in some circumstances.

For example, Amazon Prime is approximately $13 per month or $120 per year.

However, there are various discounts for :

-Students
-Food Stamp Recipients
-Medicaid Recipients
-.....and possibly more

If you receive food stamps or medicaid or even both, you can get Amazon Prime
for $5.99 per month. I think there are other discounts for Prime too, but not sure.
You could always do a search or contact Amazon help or view their FAQ in regards
to discounts.

I mention this because many people are not aware of the savings. AND if you are
referring others to ClixSense, it IS worth mentioning/explaining.

Payment #26 » Post #2

Thu May 30, 2019 06:54 in Payment Proofs

Be sure to remove/blur your transaction id's from your payment image before posting.

Sit and do not move....tasman1 » Post #2

Wed May 29, 2019 06:45 in General Talk

You have that a little backwards.

Exercise lowers your heart rate. In other words, people that are very active have
a lower sedentary heart rate. This is a major reason why it is important to be
active.

Qualified survey » Post #5

Tue May 28, 2019 18:18 in General Talk

The topic poster is in Nigeria.

Unfortunately, Nigeria will not receive many surveys. All you can do is continue
to check daily and some you may not qualify to do.

Nostalgic time in 40 years time .......tasman1 » Post #14

Sun May 26, 2019 05:41 in General Talk

Eat beans. Beans protein. Forget eating animals.

Beans, beans, beans.

Memorial Day Weekend in USA » Post #1

Fri May 24, 2019 11:06 in General Talk

Just a reminder to those that submit for payments that some times payments
may be a little slower during holiday weekends in the USA.

Nostalgic time in 40 years time .......tasman1 » Post #10

Thu May 23, 2019 15:18 in General Talk

Nostalgic time in 40 years time .......tasman1 » Post #6

Thu May 23, 2019 09:01 in General Talk

Nostalgic time in 40 years time .......tasman1 » Post #4

Thu May 23, 2019 06:29 in General Talk

It is imaginable to a great extent.

I am rather sure I won't be around in 40 years so I don't concern myself with it.

A lot of things change but more stays the same.
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