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So far my first payment =) » Post #2

Mon Apr 23, 2012 20:00 in Payment Proofs

Congrats!

My Payment Proof(Thank You Admini&Best Regards) » Post #2

Mon Apr 23, 2012 20:00 in Payment Proofs

Congrats!

Be careful » Post #2

Mon Apr 23, 2012 18:52 in General Talk

Looks like a free weebly site and weebly will delete their page eventually.

Thanks Much!! Paid Again » Post #2

Mon Apr 23, 2012 18:50 in Payment Proofs

Congrats!

my 2nd payment » Post #2

Mon Apr 23, 2012 18:16 in Payment Proofs

Congrats!

My second payment » Post #2

Mon Apr 23, 2012 18:14 in Payment Proofs

Congrats!

2nd payment ( both in April ) » Post #2

Mon Apr 23, 2012 17:46 in Payment Proofs

Congrats!

The cable guy has got to be tired by now. :mrgreen:

my 1-st payout » Post #2

Mon Apr 23, 2012 17:45 in Payment Proofs

Congrats on your first payout!

ClixSense Offers Have Arrived » Post #85

Mon Apr 23, 2012 17:20 in News and Updates

Well everyone needs to keep in mind that they have just opened the offers category up. Do please read completely the news here about it....as I know some just skim thru it but it should be read carefully and completely.

As stated, they will be adding more offers.

Also, they do know the percentages of the offers that confirm. There's always a weed out process.

Do be sure to read the offers tips I posted in the offers forum category here.

My 3st payment » Post #2

Mon Apr 23, 2012 17:16 in Payment Proofs

Congrats!

$124 Payment » Post #3

Mon Apr 23, 2012 16:04 in Payment Proofs

:thumbup: :clap: :kitty:

NO payments today? » Post #2

Mon Apr 23, 2012 14:47 in Payment Processor Support

It's too early.

hello clixsense people » Post #2

Mon Apr 23, 2012 10:19 in Member Introduction

Hello and Welcome aboard!

Upgrade account » Post #2

Mon Apr 23, 2012 04:04 in General Talk

Yes.

My 1st Payment from Clixsense » Post #2

Mon Apr 23, 2012 04:03 in Payment Proofs

Congrats!

My 1st and 2nd » Post #2

Mon Apr 23, 2012 01:43 in Payment Proofs

Congrats!

GT Distractions -- Cool off with a... Bacon Sundae » Post #2

Sun Apr 22, 2012 15:03 in General Talk

I don't know. Some times I think they should shut down all the fast food joints.

It all goes back to the days when I was a kid. We did not eat all this junk. We were not food focused. We were not fat and diabetes did not run rampant.

As a school kid, I never ate breakfast. Never. On weekends, my family always cooked breakfast. It usually consisted of scrambled eggs, bacon or sausage, toast or biscuits. They rarely made pancakes. Even on weekends, I rarely ate breakfast.

In school, as a kid, we had a break time before lunch that consisted of a little carton of milk and a cookie.

At lunch, it was normal food. There was no choosing in the cafeteria a variety of foods. You ate what you got, normal portions, and that was it. We could go across the street from the school and get a hamburger and fries and I often did that. But here again, it wasn't a quarter pounder globbed with rich sauce. It was a flat little hamburger with mustard and pickle.

At home on the weekends for lunch, there was no norm. If we got hungry at the lunch hour, we might have some vegetable soup or a simple sandwich.

At home for supper, there was always meat. Chicken one night, pork chops another night, minute steak another night, etc. They'd have the sides of some sort of vegetable, peas or corn, mashed potatoes, some sort of bread or roll. We ate normal average portions.

Timing for meals was always steady. In other words, supper was always done about the exact same time every night. My family was big on jello back then too so there was always some sort of jello it seemed for a dessert. We'd have home made pies some times, cake, etc but it was never a daily thing.

I don't know what it is today other than the advertisers constantly advertising food, food on every corner, billboards on every block, everything in America seems to circle within FOOD. Get married.....got to plan all the food for the reception, some one dies, got to take food to the departed families house, someone graduates, go out to eat, watch tv, got to have food to eat for the movie, .... on and on and on.

And people wonder why they are fat and wonder why they are sick and wonder why cancer is rampant in America and..... WE EAT TOO MUCH and WE EAT TOO MUCH CRAP!

19 things that the mainstream media's ignoring » Post #10

Sun Apr 22, 2012 13:54 in General Talk

By the way, I have a friend that is a nuclear engineer.

19 things that the mainstream media's ignoring » Post #9

Sun Apr 22, 2012 13:53 in General Talk

Ya, many of those I am aware of or partially ware of.

To me, the most disturbing is numbers 7, 19, and 16.

In regards to the mass fish population dying...this sure relates to the trumpet in the book of Revelations.
With that said, over here around Memphis where a lot was discovered, they did come up with an explanation for it but again, I don't remember what they said.....but the REAL thing IS.....

DOES IT MATTER what they attribute it to? The FACT is, it IS happening!

19 things that the mainstream media's ignoring » Post #4

Sun Apr 22, 2012 13:19 in General Talk

It's all interesting isn't it.

As the Bible says, there will be many unexplained events in the end of times.
So who knows? No one on this planet. It's best to be prepared to meet your maker because you never know what the next moment will bring.
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