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forced password change » Post #2

Tue Sep 27, 2016 17:01 in Bug reports

I don't know if they sent out in batches or what but yes, several weeks ago, members
began receiving notifications to change their password when attempting log in.

ClixGrid » Post #2

Tue Sep 27, 2016 03:54 in General Support

Yes members have won more than once when clicking in the clixgrid on the same day.

Mod to erase some topic » Post #2

Tue Sep 27, 2016 03:31 in Feature Requests

Topics roll down and disappear eventually.

Disappearing ads » Post #16

Tue Sep 27, 2016 01:44 in General Talk

They updated servers weeks ago.

Did YOU change your FB password? » Post #4

Mon Sep 26, 2016 17:36 in General Talk

BouldRake wrote: Opera and Windows Vista?

Poor sod.

Ya, and it said the attempt came from Turkey.

Did YOU change your FB password? » Post #1

Mon Sep 26, 2016 17:11 in General Talk

Hi Valerie

It looks like someone tried to log into your account on September 24 at 10:40am using Opera for Windows Vista. Your account is safe; we just wanted to make sure it was you who tried to log in from somewhere new.

If you don't think this was you, please log into Facebook so we can walk you through a few steps to keep your account safe.

The Facebook Team

Disappearing ads » Post #14

Mon Sep 26, 2016 17:10 in General Talk

sandymail wrote: So now I get it. Clixsense has been eating my ads if I don't consistently click as fast as is humanly possible. :lol:


Members are eating your ads.

Pending payment » Post #2

Mon Sep 26, 2016 16:58 in Payment Processor Support

This the member forum and no one here has access to your account.
Since you did not state which payment processor you requested your payment to, not much
else to say. You can submit a support ticket through the helpdesk.

Clixsense balance account » Post #4

Mon Sep 26, 2016 15:17 in Feature Requests

rpdesign wrote: Would be terrific if we could see Clixsense quarterly account .... just like a public listed company *gulp* :mrgreen:

You answered your own question.

ClixSense is a simple GPT online program. What they make and spend, is actually only their business
and no one else's. I am sure if they ever go public, you'll be one of the first to know. :lol:

I give my link to my referral but are not added » Post #2

Mon Sep 26, 2016 15:13 in General Support

When referrals sign up, they must log in and complete their profile.

Disappearing ads » Post #9

Mon Sep 26, 2016 13:41 in General Talk

Well of course they expire.

My guess is the large package ads, which I believe is what you are referring to, may at
times, list in batches. If you have been clicking those for awhile, you will know that you
some times see a number of 200 ads and then the next time you look, it is 220 ads and
you click another ad and you see it is 165 ads....and up and down like a yoyo. That tells
me these ads are coming in, in batches and as members click the ads, the ads go down
of course. More ads come in, up the count it goes, more ads clicked, down the ads it
goes, and so on.

There is most probable, hundreds of people viewing for ads at most any time of day or

It's just like at 11:00 pm central when I may see hundreds of ads come in, I go to bed,
wake up, and I don't necessarily have hundreds of ads. It doesn't make any difference
if you are gone a second or all night, when the ads quota is up, it is up.

I can equate it to my little dog. One time I left a nutter butter cookie I was eating, on
the too close to the edge coffee table while I went to put clothes in the dryer. When I
returned, my nutter butter cookie had disappeared. I looked over at Bo and and it was
very obvious he had ate my nutter butter cookie.

surveys question for Valerie » Post #3

Mon Sep 26, 2016 11:02 in General Talk

davem46 wrote: Hello, when asked in a survey about why you answered the way you did, is it better to make your answer short or long Thank you.

I don't know how you would get a long answer out of that. I guess it depends on what the topic is.

My answer would most probable be 'I'm Honest' or 'It's True' or something along those lines.

To lose weight=excessive daily exercise? » Post #21

Mon Sep 26, 2016 09:56 in General Talk

Marcel-R6 wrote: Eh,I voted 'excessive daily exercise'. because I train a lot just to stay in shape and not to lose weight.

For me it is just a matter of Self-discipline and nothing else.
And the "The Biggest Loser"is just another sad/lame reality show.

The problem with excessive exercise is you have to do it forever. If you stop, you'll be worse off than
before you started. Of course, there are people that do make it a life long habit.

Jack LaLane died in his 90's and he stayed very physically fit. He made it his life work, however.
I don't know if he ever enjoyed a twinkie. :mrgreen:

Adventurous Souls = Adventurous Death » Post #1

Mon Sep 26, 2016 09:52 in General Talk

They say nothing lost, nothing gained.
When you lose your life, I don't see as you have gained anything.

It's difficult for me to understand the people that take adventurous risks.

I am NOT referring to hero's and people that are killed in war.

I am talking about adventurous souls. The kid that jumps his bike off a mountain with hopes he will land on the next mountain. The guy that jumps from a plane with no parachute with hopes of hitting the trampoline. The group of people that climb the high mountains with hopes they'll reach the summit.

What do you think motivates those people? Stupidity? Do they believe they are invincible? Attention? Money?

To lose weight=excessive daily exercise? » Post #19

Mon Sep 26, 2016 09:42 in General Talk

On the show 'The Biggest Loser' the trainer works very obese people with very excessive exercise.
It's very stupid. He cuts their food down to almost nil. Those are people that weight like 300 pounds
on upwards. I've heard all of them but one or two gained the weight back.

People have to change their life style in order to lose weight and maintain the weight. If you can't
live with the change you made, then you are going to gain the weight back.

If you can't push a tire up a hill for the rest of your life, you should never start doing it.

Instead, I believe those people should have been taught how to take a nice brisk walk daily, how to do
some simple yoga exercises. How to not deprive themselves from the twinkles but learn not to eat an
entire box daily.

I was really surprised that a lot of members here voted for 'excessive daily exercise'.

Another night » Post #8

Sun Sep 25, 2016 20:43 in General Talk

I had them shortly after 9 am central time zone.

To lose weight=excessive daily exercise? » Post #12

Sun Sep 25, 2016 10:37 in General Talk

BouldRake, I believe came the closest to hitting the nail on the head.
(Not about the teenage boys, as my like there was a mistake :lol: )

Way too much emphasis is on exercise.

What you do in regards to exercise, you best plan on doing the rest of your life OR don't do it at all!

I think yoyo exercising can be just as bad for a person, if not worse, than yoyo dieting.

Have you ever noticed how people get fat and out of shape when they retire? It is not just because
metabolism slows. It's because they are no longer living the life style they had for many years.

I don't believe it is about doing exercises two or three days a week.

I believe it is about being active every day of the week. Clean house. Go for a walk. Work in the garden.

It's all about common sense and living a common sense life style. Once you deviate from that, you'll find
yourself in trouble.

Another night » Post #6

Sun Sep 25, 2016 10:13 in General Talk

They came in this morning instead of last night.

Balance Nil » Post #2

Sun Sep 25, 2016 00:33 in General Support

As stated in the user agreement, when inactive for 90 days, balance is forfeited.

Year Total in Transaction History » Post #5

Sat Sep 24, 2016 14:41 in Feature Requests

BouldRake wrote: Edit only shows up if somebody has actually read the post between you writing it and editing it.

That I know this suggests I spend way too much time on the forum.

Interesting.....sort of. :o
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