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High number of ads today » Post #2

Sat May 14, 2016 22:27 in General Talk

There isn't any glitches. When there is ads to view, you can view them.

heart » Post #3

Sat May 14, 2016 19:26 in General Talk

chrisyt wrote: last week i had a mild heart attack. i had an angiogram and was told i need a heart bypass in 4 weeks time. reason im telling this is i was teying to find someone who has had to have this kind of operation as well. Just need to know what to expect.

It's ok. It's wonderful they can detect these things now and not that having
a heart attack is good, it is fortunate that they did detect this.

You'll feel much better, physically and mentally.

What to do when you are 80 » Post #37

Fri May 13, 2016 19:32 in General Talk

BouldRake wrote: I've just been asked to take a pensioners group on the three peaks this summer.

It's surprisingly arduous, it includes crossing bogs, and even climbing up a waterfall - sometimes with the water actually flowing. I've done it several times, but always alone. I don't know anybody fit enough to do it - until being asked to lead the pensioners. They're not even asking me to go for the sake of having somebody relatively young and healthy, they're asking me because it can be surprisingly difficult to navigate your first time round.

You should do the one in Tennessee. Usually only one makes it. A couple of years ago, two made it.

Good luck.

Using animals for test products » Post #61

Fri May 13, 2016 09:07 in General Talk

I'm a vegetarian and have been for many years.

I eat fake meat some times. The problem with fake meat is, most of it contains
soy and usually a lot of salt. The fake meat I eat comes in large cans and is dry.
I can use it for making stuff like tacos, put in stuff like spaghetti sauce. There
are some casseroles that just don't taste quite right or have the right consistency
unless they have meat in them.....that is when I pull out the fake meat in a can.
BUT I truly don't eat the fake meat often either due to it's soy content and high
salt content.

Earning in Bread Value » Post #21

Fri May 13, 2016 08:53 in General Talk

Forget about the loaf bread. That's too much yeast. It will clog up your intestines like glue.

Why did our brains stop expanding? » Post #20

Fri May 13, 2016 08:51 in General Talk

Take 'Brain Booster' vitamins. Suppose to give the ole brains a big BOOST. :roll:

problem » Post #14

Fri May 13, 2016 08:49 in General Talk

You can have the moon but it doest remove hijackers.
Only some antivirus software is good at doing so.

However, you said it only happens at one site so it
sounds like it is on their end and nothing you can
do about their site.

My Paypal amount is revised. » Post #2

Fri May 13, 2016 08:47 in General Talk

First of all, typing in all capitalized letters is against the forum rules.

Secondly, if your funds were returned, it would be a good idea to double
check your profile for correct typing of your paypal email address.

Thirdly, if all is correct, you can submit a support ticket to ClixSense
but it sounds to me more likely to be an issue with your account on
PayPal's end. In that case, you need to contact PayPal.

This CEO Made $6 Billion in 20 Minutes » Post #9

Fri May 13, 2016 01:06 in General Talk

I can't remember what they call themselves but I watched a documentary
some time back about some very rich exclusive club. What the club does,
is each wealthy person donates a large amount of dough to organizations
that help people. It was very interesting. For example some donate more
than 50% of their wealth. Those are extremely wealthy people that they
have so much money that they can give away 50% of it every day. I think
Gates is a member of it too. They all have wills in which they leave a
percentage when their dead too.

What to do when you are 80 » Post #29

Fri May 13, 2016 01:01 in General Talk

Ya, times have changed a lot from the old days, in many ways.
They say people live longer today, I am not so sure about that.

However, we have eliminated many diseases over the years and
have developed many life saving techniques not to mention all
the advances in health.

My grandfather lived to be in his 90's. He was still rather spry
and didn't really feel sick when he went to the emergency room.
When I visited him in the critical care, same day he passed
away....he said 'I guess they think I'm going to die PRAISE THE
LORD I'M GOING HOME' and just yelled that out. All the nurses
turned and stared. :lol: Some hours later, he went home...
died peacefully.

Anyway, when you're young, you don't really think so much about
ever getting old. When you're a kid you can't wait til you're 16. Then
when your 16 you can't wait til you're 18 and then 21 and then 25
and then you kind of wish you were 21 again and the next thing you
know you are 35 wishing you were 27. Turn around later and you
are 45 wondering why you weren't satisfied with being 35. Then
when you turn 50 you think all hay day has broken loose and know
that 45 wasn't so bad after all. Then one day you wake up to your
60th birthday and talk about an eye opener....that is an eye opener.
At 60 you start seeing weird things happening to your body....I mean
like really weird stuff. :lol:

Earning in Bread Value » Post #15

Fri May 13, 2016 00:44 in General Talk

Well what I want to know is how much one green pea cost?

If one green pea cost 1 of 1 of 1 of 1/10th of 1 of 1 of 1 cents, then how many
trucks can cross the road without running over the green pea?

problem » Post #10

Fri May 13, 2016 00:42 in General Talk

Sounds like a hijacker. Go get some free anti virus software that will get
rid of hijackers. I think that it is the AVG that I am thinking of that gets
rid of it.

Also, if it only happens when clicking a particular website, then it is probably
on their end.

Clix grid. » Post #2

Thu May 12, 2016 07:42 in General Talk

No

What to do when you are 80 » Post #15

Wed May 11, 2016 09:02 in General Talk

Darkstar2 wrote:
valerie wrote: I think many people focus too much on age.

They showed a lady in the news the other day that is soon to be celebrating
her upcoming 100 birthday. She runs in marathons. She taught herself to
play the organ when in her 80's. She completed her masters degree at the
age of 98.....now she is focusing on getting her doctorate.

No doubt genes play a role but I think our mind set, life style, activity and
what we eat, makes a very big difference.

These are rare and very unique cases. I mean what good will it do her to get her masters and doctorate at her age anyway, other than personal satisfaction maybe, though she should spend the rest of her life enjoying it rather than studying.

To be honest I would not want to make it to 80 I'd rather die and die young and healthy.

I pray every single day that I get taken long before 80. 60 would be good, I think it's enough.
With the sh**** world that is becoming, evil all around, crap all around, I don't think I want to be there to see it.
That said, if I do manage to live to 80 and healthy then so be it, to me health is the most important thing.
before money :D

Oh my, I think you'll feel differently when you hit 60.

I am 60 years old and I am very glad I am not dead. :lol:

I have three grown children and five lovely grand children. In addition, I have some
very loving stepchildren as well. I want to live to see all of them as long as I am
mentally and functionally capable.

Also, I don't think it is quite as rare as you may think in regards to elderly getting
college educations. I have worked in nursing homes and have known plenty of
nursing home patients that went to college from their hospital bed. I could see how
happy it made them. It kept their brain alert and functioning, reduced stress, gave
them a purpose, and so much more. You're never too young and you're never too
old to achieve.

I have an Associates degree in General Studies. I also have a Bachelors degree in
Rehabilitation. I have a minor in Psychology. I had hopes of going for my Masters
degree in Rehabilitation some day but I realize I probably never will. Very few
universities in the USA offer Rehabilitation degrees but I think it is more than it was
when I was in college. Southern Illinois University was the only university that
offered a Masters degree in Rehab. I think a few more do too now.

Anyway, I realize what you mean about this crazy world. However, life is a great
gift and I think we need to focus on all that is good and enjoy our lives as much
as possible and pray for the weary, troubled, and all the pain and sorrow in the
world. That is all we can do, the best we can do, the best we can be.

So be glad you are alive and grab all the gusto you can for as long as you can. :P

What to do when you are 80 » Post #4

Tue May 10, 2016 15:26 in General Talk

I think many people focus too much on age.

They showed a lady in the news the other day that is soon to be celebrating
her upcoming 100 birthday. She runs in marathons. She taught herself to
play the organ when in her 80's. She completed her masters degree at the
age of 98.....now she is focusing on getting her doctorate.

No doubt genes play a role but I think our mind set, life style, activity and
what we eat, makes a very big difference.

Using animals for test products » Post #16

Tue May 10, 2016 12:03 in General Talk

I believe much of this begins at an early age.

All children should have one or more animals and learn at their early age
how to care and respect animals. I think it not only would teach them
how to respect and care for animals, it would make them better adults
overall.

My ex husband was one of TEN children, and the oldest boy. His family
owned several hundred acres of land and his father worked for what is
known as the TVA (a protected land that spans several states).

When I was in high school dating my soon to be husband, I will never
forget hearing him often say "I'll be a little late in the morning, it's my
turn to feed'. He would drive to school and pick me up also. So on
school days when it was his morning to feed the animals, he would
run a little late.

All those ten children love animals and grew up with respect for them.

Why did our brains stop expanding? » Post #15

Mon May 09, 2016 23:48 in General Talk

I've known lots of brainless people.

Some times, I feel brainless.

Did I tell you about my brushing my teeth with cortisone the other day?

Whew, it tasted nasty! I thought I was grabbing a tube of toothpaste
but instead I had grabbed a tube of cortisone. What's even very much
more brainless is that I actually brushed my teeth for several seconds
before realizing the taste was not the least bit frothy nor minty....instead
it was blah and bitter.

All I could think about was the old woman with old-timers disease that
never could find her car keys because she always put them in a strange
place.....like in the freezer or in the coffee maker or in the washing
machine or....

:?

Using animals for test products » Post #3

Mon May 09, 2016 23:40 in General Talk

I'm not going to look at it. I don't need to.

I'm an animal rights activist and I have a hard time dealing with all the
cruelty that animals undergo. There's a lot of evil, cold hearted, cruel
people in this world.

Do you believe anti Christ is coming? » Post #21

Mon May 09, 2016 23:30 in General Talk

Being good and kind and nice is not going to cut the mustard.

You need love, faith, belief.

It's confusing but just know that once there is an alliance of nations and under
one rule by someone that appears to be the good wonderful guy for peace....yet
enforces for one world religion, and will not allow people to buy or sell unless they
have a special mark....then you know, it is time to defend yourself against such
things. It will be difficult to say the least.

Keep in mind that the anti-christ is most likely not the devil himself. The anti-
christ is almost symbolic of what the devil is. We tend to make the devil with
horns and being ugly but keep in mind that Lucifer is the devil and he is a
beautiful angel that was loved very much by God. So, when the anti-christ
steps up to the plate, I suspect it is going to be a beautiful person...I really
think that.....beautiful and will preach peace and make alliances amongst
nations and .....is going to fool most the people that are living during that time.

Some how, I don't think Donald Trump is it. :lol:

IF his wife was running......now that might be a different story.

You Missed It :-) » Post #16

Mon May 09, 2016 08:58 in General Talk

lotoole wrote:
valerie wrote: Put your stuff on eBay. Those people buy anything.

That's the truth. I had a yard sale benefitting a local animal shelter. One person donated a very ugly, rusty wood stove which didn't sell and weighed a ton. It was stuck on my front porch for awhile. I was desperate. Put it on Ebay and a guy drove from 3 states away to pick it up. I was amazed.

Yep, you never know what people will buy and there is most always someone on eBay
that will want what you're selling. Often you can get more for it than if you sold it at
a yard sale.

Of course, with a yard sale you can put everything out there at one time and place a
price sticker on it. Cost you nothing but your time. With eBay, it's a hassle because
you have to take pictures of everything you have for sale, log in, list the item, write
up the description, load the images, hope you get a ton of dollars for it, go to post
office, get box's, place items in box's, print out address labels........and so on and on.
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