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someone eating the survey's » Post #3

Wed Sep 27, 2017 23:25 in General Talk

tasman1 is gaining weight!


:mrgreen:

Would you use your browser CPU mining Bitcoin » Post #13

Tue Sep 26, 2017 13:11 in General Talk

Also, I would suggest not to ignore 'focus groups'.

I am in a focus group that pays me a $15 Amazon Gift Card/Code every month.
I probably don't spend 15 minutes a month of my time there. It's been online
for years.

There's a lot of various focus groups but they are by invite so don't ignore those
if you get an invite.

Would you use your browser CPU mining Bitcoin » Post #12

Tue Sep 26, 2017 13:08 in General Talk

You'd make more with a shop tracker.

One day I received a shop tracker box in the mail.
I threw it away but it was my fault I received it. Some research thing I did.

Anyway, there are things such as shop tracker that you can make a rather
fast $25 or $50 bucks and then it pays you thru-out the year.

Is moustache a symbol of masculine » Post #7

Sun Sep 24, 2017 18:03 in General Talk

I like watching the old classic movies and old tv shows plus the old game shows.

There is a TV channel known as 'Buzzr' and it shows old game shows such as
'Match Game', 'To Tell The Truth', 'What's My Line' and more.

My fav old game show is 'Match Game'. I really like it and it always puts a smile
on my face and makes me laugh. One thing I also really like about it is their
appearance.

Most of the Match Game shows took place in the 70's. Most everyone looks so
clean, neat, stylish, and nicely dressed, and much more attractive then the way
they dress today.

Betty White is often a panel member on the old Match Game and I don't know if
that woman has ever won anything for her clothing appearance, but she should
have if she hasn't. Her hair is always perfect, her clothes so crisp and colorful.
Even the men on the show, panel and contestants look so neat and stylish. All
those with beards and mustaches look perfectly trimmed.

Today, many people look like trash. Sorry, but it is true. You don't need to have
a bucket of money to be clean and neat and presentable. Today many women
wear a ton of makeup and wear dresses up to their tail and I guess they think
that looks good but I think they look trashy.

Help » Post #3

Sun Sep 24, 2017 17:27 in General Talk

superclickerguy wrote: Hello everyone, I have a question, I'm currently recruiting, and I managed to recruit 12 or 13 referals, but they seem inactive or maybe they dont know what to do? I tried messaging them,they dont respond, How exactly does the referal program work? I get 20% of whatever they make for like? it says somewhere on clixsense that when youre referal makes $5 you make a generous $2,,,is that always? so everytime youre refs make $5 you constantly get $2 commission from each one? I have 13 referals, and under ref balance says 0$,,so i guess none of them accumilated $5 yet? they have to reach at least $5 for anything to show on my affiliate page? please explain..my referals are terrible/inactive,,mayb they just need some guidance,I want to help them,,but they dont reply or acknowledge my msgs i send them :(

At the very top of this page you will see 'Affiliates' mouse over 'Affiliates' and
then click 'Program Details'.

Is moustache a symbol of masculine » Post #2

Sun Sep 24, 2017 09:58 in General Talk

I don't know if men look more handsome. I'd have to argue that point.

My grandfather when he was upwards of 70, he had all his teeth extracted and so he
began growing a mustache.....something he had never done before. He did that because
it took weeks to get dentures ready. I was amazed at his appearance because he really
did look very distinguished and handsome. He kept it trimmed and looking good and he
was correct, you couldn't tell he didn't have a tooth in his head. :lol:
As soon as his dentures came in, he shaved it.

Many men however, look downright ugly and others downright nasty with scraggly long
beards. I think bugs and creatures live in some of them. :o

Walmart delivery in your grocery access your house » Post #13

Sun Sep 24, 2017 09:50 in General Talk

Well let me shed a little light.

This was NOT set up for old people or sick people.

The articles and news and Walmart has plainly stated they came up with the idea due to
YOUNG people that WORK many hours and don't have time to grocery shop and deal with
unloading and putting away the groceries. They even display in the video a young woman
at work watching on her smart phone as a delivery man enters her home and puts away
the groceries.

I really wanted to address this comment because I feel it is extremely important to know
that Walmart is NOT targeting old, sick people for grocery delivery like this.

Of course it might be beneficial in some circumstances to have that type of delivery for
someone that is elderly. Right now, it is beneficial to people whether young, old, sick,
to order food products online for shipment.

However, it is not the old, sick people that have children. This is what they are targeting.
Young people that work 40+ hours a week. The mom that has to take the kids to ball
practice as soon as she gets home from work. The dad that has got to work on the car
and mow the lawn on what little free time he has.

They already have and have as long as I have been alive, standard grocery deliveries
in cities and care givers that run errands/pick up groceries/put groceries away, etc. In
elderly communities like 'The Villages', many of those have grocery stores in walking
distance and most drive golf carts, have the little bus that comes around to pick up
people to take them to the store, etc.

So really, this idea is not targeted to old sick people on social security. It's targeted
to working active families.

Walmart delivery in your grocery access your house » Post #4

Fri Sep 22, 2017 15:40 in General Talk

Well I say if they are too lame to do away with gasoline/oil, then they should do away with cars.

Don't you just love it when,,, » Post #2

Fri Sep 22, 2017 13:42 in General Talk

Well, they are ALL information gathers.

However, there are some that have various issues.

Some times they have tracking issues.
Some times they think you have completed the survey else where.
Some times the survey has actually ended before you complete it.
Some times it is a cheat.

But yeah, it makes you wish they were in front of you so you could
feed them bread balls or smash maters in their nose or make them
do 100 pushups or pin their ears back or dye their hair or make them
wear hard curlers to bed or make them walk on rocks for a month
barefoot, or make them drink cheap cola, or force feed them dog
mints, or......

Yeah, it kind of pisses one off.

Log in trouble » Post #15

Fri Sep 22, 2017 13:37 in General Talk

It might be a good idea to state what browser you are using.

I am on MAC and using Safari browser and have not experienced the issue y'all are stating.

Walmart delivery in your grocery access your house » Post #2

Fri Sep 22, 2017 13:35 in General Talk

Geesh!

People are getting lazier and lazier and companies are figuring out ways to
make a bundle off lazy people.

Log in trouble » Post #5

Thu Sep 21, 2017 17:45 in General Talk

My guess is:

1. Server Hiccup

2. They are working on the log in page

3. Too many accessing the page at the same time

Anybody care for Mexico ????..tasman1 » Post #25

Thu Sep 21, 2017 12:50 in General Talk

IF you're going by what the book says, you would know it is not the end of the world.

According to THE book, weather will be Un-predictable. Altho we may be close to that,
we're not there yet, I don't believe.

Anybody care for Mexico ????..tasman1 » Post #20

Thu Sep 21, 2017 00:22 in General Talk

There are many earthquakes every day.

I live on the New Madrid Fault Line and have experience earthquakes here.

It's just that normally earthquakes are not large enough to be felt and most
the only ones people here about, is the ones they experience.

Anybody care for Mexico ????..tasman1 » Post #16

Wed Sep 20, 2017 20:07 in General Talk

I don't know about any where else but the USA is rather thorough in regards to world news.

Of course, common sense is any country is going to relay more about the events happening
inside their own country.

Here in the USA, we have nightly world news and nightly local news and daily morning local
news and daily afternoon local news. We also have Fox News that is on about all day and night.
In addition we have ABC news, CBS news, NBC news. There is even more....there is Headline
News, CNN news, and various (A LOT) of news stations on TV besides the ones I just mentioned.

The USA is also has a very large number of charities and contributors that give to many areas
of the world, not just our own country.

Personally, I am sick of the news but it seems there is no way getting away from it.

Anybody care for Mexico ????..tasman1 » Post #8

Tue Sep 19, 2017 19:50 in General Talk

My personal theory is everyone and everything is linked together in some way.

Go to Japan and live to 100...tasman1 » Post #16

Tue Sep 19, 2017 09:34 in General Talk

If people live to 100 in the USA, they won't be able to get their social security until
they are 80.

The Drop Down Advertisement » Post #2

Mon Sep 18, 2017 22:05 in General Talk

Kiips is generally worth money if you click on it but not all of them and not all the time.

What a shame » Post #14

Mon Sep 18, 2017 22:03 in General Talk

It's not that I don't think the evil is more prominent today because I absolutely do believe it is.
I just don't believe that television makes people do evil things.

For example, today we have Headline News, Fox News, CNN, the Internet, and so on.

I'm old enough to remember life in the 1960's. We had craziness then too. I grew up by
Chicago. There was the Martin Luther King assassination, the Kennedy assassination,
the serial killer Richard Speck that killed 8 student nurses in Chicago (one lived because
she hid under the bed), school shootings (plenty of them), university riots and murders,
and it goes on and on.....I ask you....

What kind of television programs did we have in the 1960's that would cause school
shooting, assassinations, serial killers, etc? My gosh we had Captain Kangaroo,
Gilligan Island, Rocky and Bullwinkle, The Flintstones, Bonanza, The Fugitive, The
Bob Hope Show, Red Skeleton Comedy Hour.......and

In the 60's people on tv was still sleeping in twin beds and couldn't say the word
'hell' until the 70's.

I am not saying there are not influences. People are influenced.

What I am saying is, often evil doers are going to do evil and it is not because they
watched a movie or tv.

Many people do not even realize that school shootings took place even in the 1700's.
The first recorded was in the USA 1764.
List of school shootings in the United States - Wikipedia

Just about the TASKS » Post #2

Mon Sep 18, 2017 12:10 in General Talk

I am not sure which you are referring to.

Perhaps your answers to what you are stating, are not clear.

For example, this forum has the General Talk and that is what you posted in but it also
has the TASKS and the OFFERS sub forum. So those that want to discuss offers and
surveys post in the OFFERS sub forum and those that want to discuss TASKS post in
the TASKS sub forum.

I'm just guessing of course, but it sounds like you are referring to SURVEYS that you
did not qualify to do?
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