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Don't read this » Post #1

Mon May 07, 2012 08:55 in General Talk

n 1962, J. Walter Thompson, the country's largest advertising company, ran a contest to create a jingle that the Oscar Mayer Co. could use to advertise hot dogs. Richard Trentlage, a Chicago ad man, won the contest with a tune called "The Wiener Song" whose lyrics were:

Oh, I wish I were an Oscar Mayer Wiener,
That is what I'd truly like to be-ee-ee.
'Cause if I were an Oscar Mayer Wiener,
Everyone would be in love with me.

Peanut Labs Survey's ClixCents » Post #2

Sun May 06, 2012 11:43 in Feature Requests

Well first of all, ClixSense does not go with surveys that use points. They want cash for their members so in regards
to points, none of that here.

Either you qualify for a survey or you don't. You don't get paid anything if you don't take the survey and complete it.

At ClixSenseResearch, it's a little different. Because all your profile should be completed in your member area over
there. When you don't qualify to take a survey there, you are still paid $0.10 cents.

Don't forget to look at the Super Moon tonight » Post #4

Sun May 06, 2012 10:36 in General Talk

It was cloudy here last night but the moon finally moved out from behind the clouds at the right time.
I was really expecting it to look closer and larger. I was also expecting a beautiful orange color but it wasn't.
It was a bright white. I could see the outline of the mountains on the moon, much better than normal.

I get message for a bonus but never get payed » Post #2

Sun May 06, 2012 10:33 in General Support

I'm not too sure what you mean but look up to your right top, see the blue 'Helpdesk' button?
Click 'Helpdesk' and create a support ticket, explain exactly what your issue is, they'll reply readily.

What did you have for dinner today? » Post #33

Sun May 06, 2012 10:31 in General Talk

I think another problem for people in America in regards to eating healthy, is not all whole foods are
readily available.

For example, I live in TN, a southern state. But not so far south that there is a constant supply and
large variety of fresh veggies/fruits.

I'm always eager for summer, when the watermelon, cantaloupe, muskmelon, melons, tomatoes, corn
on the cob, beets, etc etc etc are fresh and available.

In the winter, there is little fresh veggies and fruits. What there is, is mostly shipped in from over seas.
In small towns, even many of these items are not available in the winter.

I love watching the tv shows, like travel channel, that shows people walking down the streets and all
the fruit and veggie vendors, lots of them, with the huge variety of delicious fresh stuff. They'll be
talking on the show about the scenic views and my mouth is watering looking at all the fresh foods. :lol:

How to lose weight and prevent disease » Post #6

Sun May 06, 2012 10:21 in General Talk

Mmmm that sounds so good, jeff120.

I have plenty of room to plant a garden but have not done so. One year, I planted some tomato plants in two
large flower planter pots. They did in fact grow and it was fun to go out a pick a tomato. They did not grow large.
In fact, rather small but I knew that when I planted them. Still, it was fun and nice to know I was eating something
I grew myself without all the pesticides.

I've been doing some canning and plan to do a lot more as the farmers crops come in. There's always fresh
veggies at stands along the roads and in the small towns here. I'm especially wanting to can tomatoes and
corn this year. Also, I want to make/can watermelon jelly.

Paid Again By Clixsense » Post #2

Sun May 06, 2012 09:51 in Payment Proofs

Congrats!

How to lose weight and prevent disease » Post #4

Sat May 05, 2012 23:13 in General Talk

Yep Heather, and there is a lot of fun videos on youtube too. I mean some are so silly, in regards to exercising,
it would make any kid or adult want to do it. There was one I use to watch that was so hilarious and then I
found myself doing it too. :lol:

Well sure, nic338, you want to enjoy your food. But seriously, heart disease, (such as clogged arteries),
diabetes (especially type II), colon cancer, and many cancers, are all preventive. It's from eating a poor
diet rich in fat. That's what clogs things up. And it really doesn't mean you must restrict meat entirely
from your diet.

There's a large variety of foods you can eat that are not meat and are foods that are good for you, and
won't put the weight on.

Sure, you have to wash your veggies really good because if you buy them in the store, they've been
sprayed with insecticides and heaven only knows what else. There's not much you can do about the
way they are grown other than growing them your self.

I think it's very obvious what is going on in America. We use to not have all the obesity that we have
today. Rarely did you see an over weight kid years ago. Now many of the kids are over weight too.
It's from all the fast food, meat, sugars.

It's not hard, especially with the internet now to find cool recipes that are delicious. I'm always finding
good recipes on 'all recipes'.

Here's an example day:

Breakfast: orange, oatmeal, water
Lunch: green salad, apple, water
Snack: bran muffin, small lemonade, water
Supper: brown rice with veggies and perhaps a tad of soy sauce ( I make myself a big dish of this), water,
sweet tea (yep, I drink sweet tea but try and go low on the sugar), jello
Snack: watermelon or cantelope, or melon, or some type of fruit (I'm up late usually and always have to have
a snack or two). Some times I eat a bowl of cheerios with skim milk, no sugar.

There's lots of great meals you can make without meat and have a large variety of foods and meals.
I eat spagetti, chili, pizza, etc only I don't use meat. I like greens, most any kind, spinach, mustard greens,
turnip greens...I like vinegar and put vinegar in my greens. I can make a meal out of beets. I do eat a lot
of fish.

Just saying, it can be hard at first if you are use to eating large meals and meals in which there is always
eggs, sausage, bacon, hamburger, steak, chicken, etc. Start out by simply cutting back. Try something
different a couple of days a week. It won't be long, you will be enjoying the new way you are eating and
having fun eating something not so routine.

Don't forget to look at the Super Moon tonight » Post #1

Sat May 05, 2012 21:25 in General Talk

It's gonna be cool! I can see it already starting to make it's way up. Right at this moment, it's behind the trees.

The best time to look is at 10:35pm central or 11:35 eastern or whatever your time zone is in accordance to that.

How to lose weight and prevent disease » Post #1

Sat May 05, 2012 19:25 in General Talk

I know it seems difficult and when you are use to doing something a certain way, it's hard to make that change.
No matter what it is.
However, once you have made the change, you often wonder why you didn't sooner.

For Americans, one of the largest problems they have is processed foods and meat. That's why cancer,
heart disease, diabetes runs rampant in the USA.

I thought I'd share my eating habits with you.

-Eat as much whole foods as you can. Stay completely away from processed foods.

-Cut way back on your consumption of meat. ALL meat. Don't be fooled by white meat, it is meat, after all.

-Instead of juices that come in a bottle or frozen, buy the whole fruit. Eat an orange at breakfast instead of drinking juice.

-Stay away from dairy products. If you drink milk, cut wayyyy back on your consumption.

-Eat rice such as brown rice.

-Eat whole fruits and veggies...stay away from the canned and frozen, as much as possible.

-Cut back on eggs. Eggs are high in cholesterol. Learn to eat something else.

-Cut wayyyy back on sugar.

-Come back to water. Your body is made up of over 70% water. It's water that helps your digestive system, helps keep your body free of toxins. You've heard about all the toxin remedies.....drink water, it will work wonders for your skin, hair, and over all health.

Eat to live a long and enjoyable life.
DON'T live to eat because if you do, you are highly likely not to live long.

Even if you are suffering right now from disease, high cholesterol, etc, you can REVERSE the process.

If you need to take it in small steps, do.
If you're a big meat eater, simply cut your normal portion in half of what you usually eat. Just think, you'll
save money, give your arteries a break, and start feeling more energized. If you eat meat 7 days a week,
change that routine to special occasion time....instead, eat meat three times a week at half the portion you
normally would.

Stay away from fast food places. Especially if you eat meat.

Losing weight and being healthy is not about all the potions, vitamins, and energy drinks on the market.
It's about changing the way you eat, eating healthy, and doing a little exercise daily.

Speaking of exercise, you don't need to jog or run a marathon or lift weights. Just move. Take a walk around
your house every day. Do some gardening. Clean out your closets. Dance. Jump up and down.

What did you have for dinner today? » Post #29

Sat May 05, 2012 19:06 in General Talk

I had fried fish, corn, and hushpuppies. It was oil city. Good, but greasy.

Have you ever watched the documentary 'Forks Over Spoons'?

I finally made it to forum » Post #4

Sat May 05, 2012 19:05 in Member Introduction

No you don't anything to do this.

You click ads by refreshing your clixsense ads page thru-out the day.
You can also do the offers which include the daily surveys.
And you can do the tasks too.

So in essence there is several ways you can earn at clixsense.

login » Post #8

Sat May 05, 2012 17:55 in General Support

Yep, I know who she is.

about more adds » Post #2

Sat May 05, 2012 17:20 in Member Introduction

And how would they provide them?

Pull them out of thin air like they do on bux sites?

login » Post #6

Sat May 05, 2012 17:14 in General Support

He see's your avatar and guess he thought you were female.

Just won $2.5 at clixgrid. Thanks to clixsense and » Post #2

Sat May 05, 2012 01:34 in Success Stories

Congrats!

login » Post #2

Fri May 04, 2012 23:42 in General Support

Check stay logged in. That will you keep you logged in for awhile.

India/Pakistan - What are they saying? » Post #16

Fri May 04, 2012 16:13 in General Talk

:lol: If you're dogs only knew what you were reading. :lol:

Yes, that is the show, I am sure, 'I Shouldn't Be Alive'.

Only thing I wondered about that tv show, is in the Amazon, I would think there would be all sorts of creatures to kill
and eat. Seems he could have found himself a snake. A giant bug. Something besides his own dog. Him and the
dog had been separated at some point early on. Then one day the dog showed up....the dog had tracked his master
and found him...only to be killed by the master he trusted. I'm mighty sure I could not have done that and would
not do it. I'd just have to say, my life is over now, I'll be in a better place soon.

Yes, I know ptcscrutiny that in your country, the cows are sacred. You do know that most Americans think that
is very ridiculous, don't you? We are told stories of how India people will starve to death and put their own life
in jeopardy before harming a cow. That India believes that cows are reincarnated from people, their ancestors.

Personally, I don't believe in reincarnation. However, I do believe all animals are sacred in their own right.

India/Pakistan - What are they saying? » Post #13

Fri May 04, 2012 14:39 in General Talk

I can remember my grandmother telling me how they use to ride a cow to school.
She said it was a pet cow. It was several miles to school, they lived in very rural area, and her and her sister and brother, would get up very early. They'd take turns riding on the cow all the way to school. Leave the cow tied up outside until school was over. Back then, it was a one room class room so all the kids, no matter their age, were in the same class.

Then one day, near Christmas, times got very hard. In order to survive, they had to....yes.....and she said it broke her heart that her father had to kill the cow, but even worse, that is what she had to eat too.

I never forgot that story...unforgettable!

One day not long ago, I watched a tv program about a man and his dog lost in the Amazon.
Eventually, the man was so desperate, nothing to eat, out of desperation, he killed his dog....but what he had not given thought to was, he was on the brink of death, and his stomach would not handle anything he put into it, so up it came.
What is even worse, in less than one hour, he finally came upon civilization. His dog was a pet he had for many years so it was horrific that he went to those means.

I know you can't say what you would do in circumstances like that, but I sure can't see ever eating an animal I was attached to. I really believe, I would starve first.

Who Will Win American Idol? » Post #9

Fri May 04, 2012 09:24 in General Talk

Ya, I was thinking vip typed the 'off topic'. :mrgreen:
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