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Monday Magic » Post #4

Tue Apr 09, 2019 09:53 in Success Stories

indrabiltu wrote: wowww.....congratulations.

thank you indra :D

Monday Magic » Post #2

Mon Apr 08, 2019 21:40 in Success Stories

REQUIREMENTS
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Surveys 10 surveys $7.23
Offers 2 offers $0.62
Total earned: $7.85

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Monday Magic » Post #1

Mon Apr 08, 2019 21:32 in Success Stories

82,891,317 08 Apr 2019 21:22 EST Complete Persona.ly Offerwall (New Survey Opportunity) $0.3300
82,890,910 08 Apr 2019 21:10 EST Complete YourSurveys (Project #15015291) $0.9300
82,890,469 08 Apr 2019 20:59 EST Complete Tap Research (Router Survey) $0.1700
82,889,219 08 Apr 2019 20:12 EST Complete CINT (Project #406714) $0.2300
82,888,736 08 Apr 2019 19:46 EST Complete YourSurveys (Project #15645978) $1.1300
82,888,554 08 Apr 2019 19:40 EST Complete YourSurveys (Project #15578791) $0.4800
82,878,256 08 Apr 2019 11:29 EST Complete Persona.ly Offerwall (Gen Pop) $0.2900
82,877,369 08 Apr 2019 10:55 EST Complete Tap Research (Router Survey) $1.7700
82,872,061 08 Apr 2019 06:34 EST Complete OpinionWorld (Project #733055) $0.6000
82,863,761 08 Apr 2019 05:41 EST Complete YourSurveys (Project #15968744) $0.5600
82,846,866 08 Apr 2019 02:15 EST Complete Tap Research (Router Survey) $0.3400
82,839,507 08 Apr 2019 00:31 EST Complete Sample Cube (Project #1153287) $1.0200

same surveys » Post #1

Mon Apr 08, 2019 12:01 in General Talk

Nowadays it is seen that some old surveys completed about 2 years back are returning in new forms. Most have the same set of questions and qualify for the survey in the same way as done previously. Though good I think it is an anomaly

Zombie Programs, Movies, Series, etc » Post #2

Sat Apr 06, 2019 20:47 in General Talk

Such a situation, if it arises is not an irony bcoz plastics have destroyed this beautiful world and man knowing this never try to ban this demon.Man these days are indulged only in profits and has no responsibility to nature. Let such a situation arise and this idiotic world be destroyed so that God may create a new world with new creatures who behave responsibily towards Nature. :( :evil:

Friday Frame » Post #5

Sat Apr 06, 2019 11:06 in Success Stories

389,033,359 06 Apr 2019 10:17 EST Credit Survey Conversion #82075981 Complete - $2.2500
389,033,336 06 Apr 2019 10:15 EST Credit Survey Conversion #82846866 Complete - $0.3400
389,019,518 06 Apr 2019 00:31 EST Credit Survey Conversion #82839507 Complete - $0.7200
389,009,761 06 Apr 2019 00:01 EST Credit Survey Conversion #82838927 Complete - $0.2500

Friday Frame » Post #1

Fri Apr 05, 2019 21:37 in Success Stories

Very good friday .earned nearly 8$ nThank you :clixsense:

82,836,993 05 Apr 2019 21:29 EST Complete Peanut Labs (Survey) $1.4100
82,836,491 05 Apr 2019 20:57 EST Complete Sample Cube (Project #1152920) $0.7200
82,836,261 05 Apr 2019 20:42 EST Complete Samplicio.us (Project #4361180) $0.7200
82,835,803 05 Apr 2019 20:21 EST Complete Sample Cube (Project #1144331) $1.0900
82,835,425 05 Apr 2019 19:59 EST Complete YourSurveys (Project #15945723) $0.2300
82,825,197 05 Apr 2019 12:32 EST Complete YourSurveys (Project #15924042) $0.6000
82,823,924 05 Apr 2019 11:59 EST Complete Tap Research (Router Survey) $0.2500
82,822,152 05 Apr 2019 11:20 EST Complete Samplicio.us (Project #4336612) $0.5000
82,821,620 05 Apr 2019 11:04 EST Complete Persona.ly Offerwall (Fun Survey !) $0.1300
82,791,864 05 Apr 2019 10:22 EST Complete Tap Research (Router Survey) $0.2300
82,783,809 05 Apr 2019 10:06 EST Complete OpinionSurveys (Router Survey) $0.6600
82,782,582 05Apr 2019 09:42 EST Complete Samplicio.us (Project #4344393) $0.6000

What is your FAVOURITE SUBJECT » Post #12

Wed Apr 03, 2019 10:03 in General Talk

Arvind9 wrote:
rajukurup wrote:
Arvind9 wrote:
rajukurup wrote:
valerie wrote: Difficult to choose a favorite.

There was subjects I excelled in, in school, but I wouldn't label them a favorite of mine.

I'd probably have to say 'religion'. I believe it is difficult for most people to keep an
open mind when it comes to the religion they were taught to believe. There is such
a ton of different beliefs and everyone thinks theirs is the only one.

Reading, Writing too. When I was younger I wanted to be a writer, write novels and
sci-fiction. Stupid me, got married instead. :lol:

I like all things about the earth, wildlife, etc.

Maybe a better question is 'what subject bores you to tears?' My answer to that would
be math. :lol:

MATHEMATICS is really a tough subject but without it everything is blank as space. Also as stated by you religion is an interesting subject as the world has many unknown religious beliefs and learning them is something novel in all senses.Actually religion in most places is taught as apart of HISTORY.
My favourite subject was always History,people are becoming more aware of our past and have started questioning beliefs and religion,some governments have also changed certain Parts of their history to conceal truth,even the Indian government changed some parts two years ago,but if you refer to world history you will still see the facts because governments can change history in schools and colleges but not world history but how many people would know what has been changed and how it can be verified,very few mainly historians,scientists are aware of change made by a government it's very controversial because common people are not aware of the changes things just go unnoticed,most easily done is changing time,some event may have happened 70,000 years ago just make it 1.5 million years.

History in reality is a very complicated subject. What is established in history is on the basis of scripts, monuments , carbon-dating etc which may have controversies and hence can have variations
If you are talking about what is being shown on TV is very misleading it's not just monuments or Carbon dating these are very inaccurate now there is evidence,supported by scientific and archaeological findings,just history is not enough to prove anything,Carbon dating in some cases show thousands of years in the future it can be so inaccurate,it has to be backed by scientific and archaeological evidence,why are governments changing history because the truth is out,it is challenging belief.

Yes Arvind this is what I was trying to convince . All that are established on the basis of carbon dating or scripts are not completely accurate and as a result as time passes variations in certain historical events are projected and we are forced to renew our old informations

What is your FAVOURITE SUBJECT » Post #8

Tue Apr 02, 2019 12:23 in General Talk

Arvind9 wrote:
rajukurup wrote:
valerie wrote: Difficult to choose a favorite.

There was subjects I excelled in, in school, but I wouldn't label them a favorite of mine.

I'd probably have to say 'religion'. I believe it is difficult for most people to keep an
open mind when it comes to the religion they were taught to believe. There is such
a ton of different beliefs and everyone thinks theirs is the only one.

Reading, Writing too. When I was younger I wanted to be a writer, write novels and
sci-fiction. Stupid me, got married instead. :lol:

I like all things about the earth, wildlife, etc.

Maybe a better question is 'what subject bores you to tears?' My answer to that would
be math. :lol:

MATHEMATICS is really a tough subject but without it everything is blank as space. Also as stated by you religion is an interesting subject as the world has many unknown religious beliefs and learning them is something novel in all senses.Actually religion in most places is taught as apart of HISTORY.
My favourite subject was always History,people are becoming more aware of our past and have started questioning beliefs and religion,some governments have also changed certain Parts of their history to conceal truth,even the Indian government changed some parts two years ago,but if you refer to world history you will still see the facts because governments can change history in schools and colleges but not world history but how many people would know what has been changed and how it can be verified,very few mainly historians,scientists are aware of change made by a government it's very controversial because common people are not aware of the changes things just go unnoticed,most easily done is changing time,some event may have happened 70,000 years ago just make it 1.5 million years.

History in reality is a very complicated subject. What is established in history is on the basis of scripts, monuments , carbon-dating etc which may have controversies and hence can have variations as time passes

today's surveys » Post #4

Tue Apr 02, 2019 12:07 in Success Stories

EXCELLENT :clap: :clap: :thumbup:

April Month -2.25$...Finished surveys cint--Error » Post #8

Tue Apr 02, 2019 10:52 in Success Stories

satakas wrote: Congratualtions being lucky and CINT paying your missing credits...I hope i get my credit as well for which i have spare my data, time and energy

Yes don't lose hope YoU WILL BE SUCCESSFUL HERE IN CLICKSENSE. MY BEST WISHES FOR YOUR SUCCESS :thumbup: :thumbup:

April Month -2.25$...Finished surveys cint--Error » Post #4

Tue Apr 02, 2019 10:07 in Success Stories

It happens because cint surveys after having attained their targets won't direct you to the success page . These surveys invitations would have come earlier but you attempted late. Don't worry it is a nice router you will get many successful surveys. .Reversals occur because you would have attempted the same survey through other survey companies or your answers had some results against the need of the survey.

April Month -2.25$...Finished surveys cint--Error » Post #2

Tue Apr 02, 2019 09:52 in Success Stories

Don't worry satakas . though slow start you will earn more this month. For me the start is not so bad . No reversals this month . last month only one reversal by Tapresearch of 0.17$.
82,722,455 01 Apr 2019 20:35 EST Complete Peanut Labs (Survey) $0.8500
82,710,389 01 Apr 2019 11:52 EST Complete Tap Research (Router Survey) $0.2400
82,708,847 01 Apr 2019 11:24 EST Complete CINT (Project #375114) $0.3800
82,707,346 01 Apr 2019 11:07 EST Complete CINT (Project #390826) $0.3100
82,706,815 01 Apr 2019 11:01 EST Complete CINT (Project #391153) $0.3100

What is your FAVOURITE SUBJECT » Post #6

Mon Apr 01, 2019 10:29 in General Talk

Sarge25 wrote: Art and all Science subjects, mostly Art.

In India in the 20th century students had more affinity towards science subjects than arts. Many arts subjects for bachelors degree remained vacant, But now the situation is different students are more interested in arts subjects. Students with high calibre opt History, Economics etc than Engineering or science subjects. This is what we say' time changes the attitude of people'.

What is your FAVOURITE SUBJECT » Post #3

Sun Mar 31, 2019 05:28 in General Talk

valerie wrote: Difficult to choose a favorite.

There was subjects I excelled in, in school, but I wouldn't label them a favorite of mine.

I'd probably have to say 'religion'. I believe it is difficult for most people to keep an
open mind when it comes to the religion they were taught to believe. There is such
a ton of different beliefs and everyone thinks theirs is the only one.

Reading, Writing too. When I was younger I wanted to be a writer, write novels and
sci-fiction. Stupid me, got married instead. :lol:

I like all things about the earth, wildlife, etc.

Maybe a better question is 'what subject bores you to tears?' My answer to that would
be math. :lol:

MATHEMATICS is really a tough subject but without it everything is blank as space. Also as stated by you religion is an interesting subject as the world has many unknown religious beliefs and learning them is something novel in all senses.Actually religion in most places is taught as apart of HISTORY.

I'm the luckiest guy in the world. » Post #8

Sun Mar 31, 2019 05:22 in General Talk

Nikorj wrote:
alfamart wrote: you so lucky :lol:
and I'm jealous :lol:

True, And it's all because of Mr Michael Soma (i'm sure it's his real name).

From now on i would like being called SIR Nikorj ;)

not SIR Nikroj but his majesty Nikroj the billionaire

MERRY MARCH - You are smart » Post #3

Sat Mar 30, 2019 11:03 in Success Stories

satakas wrote: Congratulations sir....definitely awesome figures being an indian these earnings are superb :thumbup:

Thank you so much sataks for your valuable admiration :D :D

What is your FAVOURITE SUBJECT » Post #1

Sat Mar 30, 2019 10:57 in General Talk

Eventhough I am a master in chemistry my favourite subject is physics,

Really Alarming- WARNING » Post #24

Sat Mar 30, 2019 10:52 in General Talk

Darkstar2 wrote: Nobody can get rid of freezers and AC, food has very limited safety window in the refrigerator. It's not about getting rid of these items but eliminating waste. For example limiting the amount of time you open / close the freezer / fridge, so unless you have an old refrigerator/freezer, modern ones are much more energy efficient and do not use Freon, I dunno if what is used now is still polluting ? probably much less. As far as AC people can do their part, do we really need to leave ACs on day and night ? People leave their ACs on to ridiculously cold settings, even when not home. There are timer kits out there compatible with high amperage units, you could set timers to x amount of minutes / hours before you get back home, as an alternative to running AC the whole day. You could also increase the temperature setting, reduce the overall consumption, etc. Though for desktop computer users, particularly high end ones in tower cases which generate tons of heat in the summer, AC is a must. We have excruciating hot summers here now, in the 40C+, in my computer room the computer already adds to the heat it is like an oven, I do not have AC in every room, whilst on humans you could stip of your shirt, splash water on you and have a fan blowing on you for coolness, you cannot do that on computers :D

The main pollutants are vehicles, so the big corporations are saying hey you the consumer, stop driving your car, instead, take the public transit system with the crazy people instead, they want profits and please shareholders so they shift all the responsibilities to end users.

yes Darkstar it is profit that had destroyed this world. Man will do anything illegal for profit. That word profit is the reason for all destruction . Had it been not there the world would have been elicit no doubt.

MERRY MARCH - You are smart » Post #1

Sat Mar 30, 2019 10:00 in Success Stories

March is to depart providing merry experiences . Received many high paying surveys as well a medium to low paying surveys and could successfully complete many of them, The only sad incident is that speakup left me. Otherwise march '19 is very smart. :D :D


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