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Show us your pet » Post #23

Thu Dec 08, 2016 16:29 in General Talk

@Pattoqro I love his suit. Him all dressed up.

@Marcel YES it is more like a Sanctuary here.

Oh it would not be a good thing for someone tried to do something to my animals.
They are like children. Mr Bo aka BoBoDog, he goes every where with me!

Yes Tabby cats have the distinctive M design at their forehead. Kind of cool!

Is "friggin" an acceptable word in our forum? » Post #2

Thu Dec 08, 2016 16:15 in General Talk

I think you are reading urban dictionary's or getting some off the wall information some where.

Actually the word friggin is spelled frigging. I'm originally from the north and we would say up
there, frigging. In the south and over time I suppose, we slang it to friggin.

I say friggin some times. Have you ever heard someone say 'dadgumit' or similar?
People could easily say that is a replacement for those that take the Lord's name in vain.

frig·ging
ˈfriɡən,-iNG/
adjective & adverbinformal
adjective: friggin'; adverb: friggin'
used for emphasis or to express anger, annoyance, contempt, or surprise.
"I cried like a frigging baby"

So to your question, NO friggin does not mean the F word. What means the F works IS the F word
and nothing else.

People can say words any way they want to say them. People can attach any meaning to them that
they want. After all, words are just that, simply words. As the old saying goes 'action speaks louder
than words'.

Just remember, there is no such thing as replacements when it comes to words. The word is the word
and that is it.

The word 'friggin' and 'frigging' is acceptable.

Show us your pet » Post #16

Thu Dec 08, 2016 13:03 in General Talk

I'll post some more later. :lol:

Show us your pet » Post #15

Thu Dec 08, 2016 13:02 in General Talk

Bo aka BoBoDog

Show us your pet » Post #13

Thu Dec 08, 2016 12:54 in General Talk

Outside cat : Miss Lucy

Show us your pet » Post #12

Thu Dec 08, 2016 12:52 in General Talk

Outside cat : Miss Cookie

Show us your pet » Post #11

Thu Dec 08, 2016 12:49 in General Talk

I've been using : postimg.org
I really like it, easy to use, fast, and does not have all the ads.

Yes, I have a lot of raccoons that live in my woods. A few make regular visits. :mrgreen:

Products the travel the universe before you get it » Post #6

Thu Dec 08, 2016 10:37 in General Talk

pindokhan123 wrote: well i will add to that valerie ,everything we consume travels,we travelled too,to our mummies bellies b4 we were exposed to the big wide world!
what a hectic journey that would have been but we were oblivious to it :shock:

Something has happen to you. Do you realize you have turned into a furry little creature?

Products the travel the universe before you get it » Post #5

Thu Dec 08, 2016 10:36 in General Talk

Do not wear the shoes Marcel. You must place them on a stand like a statue.

:lol:

Show us your pet » Post #2

Thu Dec 08, 2016 10:30 in General Talk

Miss Coonie

Products the travel the universe before you get it » Post #1

Thu Dec 08, 2016 09:05 in General Talk

Do you ever think about the stuff you have in regards to where it was and where it has been?

A little jar of mayonnaise I ordered along with some other items, is shipping by itself. It has
been traveling the USA for several weeks.

When I finally receive the little jar of mayonnaise, I think I should cherish it with all my might.
I shall never consume it. I shall place it on a stand as one would a statue. 'Here sit's little jar
of mayonnaise that traveled the USA'. People shall visit from near and far to see my little jar
of mayo.

Safe arrival little jar of mayonnaise. I await in anticipation.

Walmart shipping is 'deplorable'. Did I really say that word?

What is your Christmas wish » Post #2

Thu Dec 08, 2016 08:24 in General Talk

I wish people would stop posting excessive emoticons.

I wish great health and happiness for everyone always.

Naked travel , new way to travel » Post #3

Thu Dec 08, 2016 08:22 in General Talk

I don't care. I rarely fly any more so it doesn't affect me personally.

Arctic Blast Coming to Midwest US » Post #5

Wed Dec 07, 2016 22:30 in General Talk

lotoole wrote:
valerie wrote: I don't really have anything to cover up. I have the knock out azaleas several places at my house and they bloom well and some times on through the winter.

I'm very jealous of your azaleas that bloom sometimes in the the winter. That would never happen here!

I have some dark pink azalea bushes at the front of the house on either side of the porch.
Today, they still had some blooms on them. They do start looking a little funky by Jan.

I planted several white azalea bushes this Fall. Most of those are small and do not have blooms.
Got a good deal on them at Lowe's end of season clearance so couldn't resist. :lol:

7 Million registrations- Congrats Clixsense » Post #14

Wed Dec 07, 2016 17:01 in General Talk

nursemorph wrote: I am always amazed at how low the listed payouts are given the number of users....$22 million for 7 million users over nearly 10 years! It really isn't all that much...maybe it points to how many of the users are inactive, rarely active, just click ads etc as another GPT site like this I belong to which is a year younger passed the $100 million payout threshold last year. Of course, Clixsense for a long time was purely PTC whereas the other site was GPT from the beginning so that explains some of it but CS pay more than the other site for tasks, offers etc. Just find it strange that the numbers aren't higher :?

Anyway, congrats CS on reaching that number and it will be 10 Million users before long :D :clap:

Not sure what site you are talking about.

The very first PTC to become more of a GPT, was online over ten years ago for about two years and
then they closed down. That is the only one I know of.

ClixSense was the first PTC to implement GPT. I know because I am the one that suggested it
and helped them locate the affiliate surveys/etc.

I never pay any attention to numbers like that. It only takes a click of the finger to update stats
on a page. So just because a program says they paid out a 100 mil, doesn't mean they did. Just
like programs that say they are selling their members referrals when all they are doing is selling
bots.

Arctic Blast Coming to Midwest US » Post #3

Wed Dec 07, 2016 16:52 in General Talk

lotoole wrote: In my area we have had a mild winter so far but we will be slammed this week with daytime temperatures around 11 degrees. For those of you living in 4-season areas, how do you prepare for the arctic blast? I have a primal need to run out to the grocery store to get food (especially to make home made chili). I stack straw around my roses. And I do everything I possibly can to ensure I don't have to stick my nose out the door for the next few days.

:lol: That put a big smile on my face.

I live in West Tennessee and the weather here is rather mild usually in the winter, compared to those
in the Northern states. My complaint is usually in the Summer months because it gets very hot and
very humid here. We do get some snow in this area but some winters none at all and other winters
usually only a dusting or maybe an inch. It seems when the weather gets bad here in the winter, it
si due to ice but even so, it's not like happens every day.

The temps are only recently dropping for us in this area. The days are still in the 50's and 60's but
yep, this week, tonight and tomorrow night, it is suppose to get down into the teens. I plug the heating
pads up in the outdoor cat houses.

Food? Well, I am always prepared food wise. I live in a rural area and my main shopping offline is
done once per month at the local Walmart. I hate going to Walmart so I tend to go only once a
month and often have to make more than one trip into the store. Items like milk and bread, I may
pick up at the nearby dollar store. I have a chest freezer and keep it well stocked. My pantry has
plenty of can goods and dry goods. I have too much in regards to spices and seasoning.

I don't really have anything to cover up. I have the knock out azaleas several places at my house
and they bloom well and some times on through the winter.

Introduction » Post #7

Wed Dec 07, 2016 16:36 in Member Introduction

Cinthiaa0 wrote: I am new as well (joined November 2016)
Does anyone know how long or when your first check will be delivered to your home? I requested it about a week and a half ago

Thank you :)

When and how will I get paid (Cashout)?(Cashout)#pq

Amazon go. No checkout needed » Post #18

Wed Dec 07, 2016 00:30 in General Talk

This topic made me think of 'Service Merchandise'. I am not sure if they are in business any longer.
Years ago they did very well, even had large catalogs that people could order from.

The way Service Merchandise worked is, you walk in the store and look at the items. Household goods,
etc. Beside each item was a set of cards. Say you saw a toaster for $20. You could look at it, read about
it and then if you wanted it, you would either take a card from the card slot by the toaster or you would
simply write down the product number. You would do all your shopping in the store like that. When you
finished, you would take the numbers to the check out area. They would tally your order, you would pay
and get a receipt, and then wait for your items to be brought to you.

I guess the main idea of Service Merchandise was they didn't need to pay for shopping carts. They
didn't need to pay people to constantly stock the shelves. They didn't lose money from theft like
many stores....after all, all they would have is ONE item on the shelf of each product.

They seemed to focus more and more on jewelry.

One thing that I really liked about Service Merchandise and that is, everybody wasn't touching and
sneezing on the product you bought. It was all warehoused in the back.

So that is still the problem I see with Amazon's Go store. People can pick items up, sneeze on them
and put them back on the shelf. :lol:

When I am getting groceries, or most anything for that matter, I try not to touch things unless I am
seriously interested in it. When I get home with my groceries, I wipe the items down before I shelve
them in my cabinets and fridge. I always wash cans off before I open them.

I Don't know if Amazon Go will fly but like David, I sure see where it is leading.

What's the last movie or TV show you saw? » Post #36

Wed Dec 07, 2016 00:14 in General Talk

'Allied' with Brad Pitt. It was ok. Starts out rather boring. It picks up but also becomes a
little predictable.

What's the last movie or TV show you saw? » Post #28

Tue Dec 06, 2016 09:21 in General Talk

'Siren' I am not sure what you would call it scary movie I guess. A guy is going to get married so
his brother and two buddies decide to take him out for a good time before the wedding is to take place.
They go to a sleazy bar (and this part actually has some hilarious moments). While at the bar they meet
a man that tells them he can take them a real place that has what they're looking for. That's when the
action starts.
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