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The End ......tasman1 » Post #23

Tue Sep 12, 2017 16:21 in General Talk

yep chicken little........roflmao

Huge panic Bitcoin price dropping like a rock » Post #13

Sun Jul 16, 2017 14:06 in General Talk

from $800 (was $.03) to $2000. no surprise when a pull back occurs....

I do not understand....tasman1 » Post #10

Sun Apr 09, 2017 22:19 in General Talk

Used to own a small retail a bit about prices.

2 liters were bulk packed, thrown on the shelf, no worries, no hassle.

The smaller bottles, tediously removed from the plastic, placed in the cooler,

one small bottle at a time, labor intensive. That cooler sits and runs 24 hours

per day, consuming costly electricity. And just in case it is being overlooked....

It takes many thousands of sales to recover the cost of that cooler....

And then when it comes time to process at the cash register....that small item

labor cost is the same as the larger bottle....

The large bottle is sold hot. The customer purchasing the smaller bottle may drink

it immediately, cold....

So the cheaper, hot 2 liter has an additional cost. The consumer must purchase a refrigerator

or ice, or make ice in the freezer, pay the cost of that cooling process.......AND then provide

a container to put the liquid into....another cost....disposables are expensive....and a glass

that is washed requires soap, hot water, and the consumer's valuable labor....soap and hot

water are not cheap.....

I will pay the higher price, gladly for a cold beverage that I can consume immediately.

Semper Fidelis,
Ben South

ClixSense needs your input » Post #151

Sat Apr 01, 2017 21:29 in General Talk

EZ answer: separate the two....2 domains and 2 separate companies...

bring back » Post #11

Sat Mar 25, 2017 21:17 in General Talk

Most of the homes in this country use wood....framing flooring, etc...

Yes, there is a trend to steel and re-cycled materials...

The timber industry in the south-east depends on a reliable and
replenishable resource, timber (wood). Huge forests are
selectively harvested in checkerboard fashion...yes clear cuts....that are
immediately re-sown for another harvest.

And this marvelous resource is usually pine. Grows quickly. Has a
cured strength comparable to oak.

What's not to love. No guilt here.

Common Sense » Post #53

Tue Mar 21, 2017 09:30 in General Talk

Amos ( Famous Amos)

Common Sense » Post #52

Tue Mar 21, 2017 09:29 in General Talk

frog says time is fun when ur having flys.

ClixSense banned » Post #13

Mon Mar 13, 2017 21:41 in General Talk

As a TE owner, I am aware that a number of TE url checkers are programmed to block all PTC sites or as in the case of ClixSense, says there are too many re-directs.

Not to worry, there are hundreds, if not thousands of TE's that welcome ClixSense.

Payza still hasn't fixed their issues » Post #5

Fri Feb 17, 2017 18:11 in General Talk

Payza decided they needed to verify my account via my cell carrier was not in the I can not use them...

Called them and got in touch with a very nice gentleman who suggested that I use some one else's phone to verify my account...REALLY?....Was the verification not supposed to be there to 'protect' me?????from someone else who would steal my using THEIR phone to verify they were me......REALLY.

Ben South
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