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The Official Happy New Year - Post Happies Here » Post #6

Mon Dec 31, 2012 20:49 in General Talk

Yes I hope and pray everyone has a safe and wonderful New Year. I do hope 2013 brings great things and great
happiness to everyone. Also I hope no more crazy weather patterns in 2013.

Now EVERYONE can type a foreign language EASY » Post #4

Mon Dec 31, 2012 20:46 in General Talk

Gasher wrote: What's your foreign language called Valerie? :xlol:

oyd vs;;rf ejsyrbrt uoi esny :xrazz:

The Official Happy New Year - Post Happies Here » Post #3

Mon Dec 31, 2012 17:55 in General Talk

Happy New Year Gasher :xthumbup:

Now EVERYONE can type a foreign language EASY » Post #1

Mon Dec 31, 2012 17:53 in General Talk

Have YOU ever wanted to type in a foreign language?
NOW, TODAY, the SOLUTION has arrived for YOU!
Yes, I said YOU!

Here's how to do it in two easy steps:

1. Place fingers correctly on keyboard
2. Now move fingers one key over

Practice typing HAPPY NEW YEAR in the new foreign language you just learned:

Hs[[u Mrr Urst

PS. and I have not even had a drink yet!

The Official Happy New Year - Post Happies Here » Post #1

Mon Dec 31, 2012 17:47 in General Talk

I thought I'd make an official Happy New Year topic/thread since they seem to be scattered about.

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

Practice Posting Here » Post #238

Mon Dec 31, 2012 15:20 in General Talk

I don't see them until I place my mouse pointer inside the discussion box of the poster. It appears when I do that.

HAPPY NEW YEAR 2013 » Post #3

Mon Dec 31, 2012 15:17 in General Talk

:xthumbup: Happy New Year!

EVERY BODY SAY HAPPY NEW YEAR 2013 » Post #5

Mon Dec 31, 2012 15:16 in General Talk

HAPPY and SAFE NEW YEAR!

A Prayer for TasMail » Post #2

Mon Dec 31, 2012 15:15 in General Talk

Amen.

clixsense research ? » Post #3

Sun Dec 23, 2012 16:43 in General Talk

I went and looked and I've been paid about 20 times, $10 each time in which I chose the amazon gift code.
So it's been an extra $200 for very little of my time.

reward redemption occurred on 11/10/2012 5:50:48 PM for $-10.00 in Amazon U.S. Gift Certificate(s).

My last cash out was Nov 10th.

$2.95 ($8.65 pending

That is my balance up there and as soon as I have $10 all together moved from my pending to my balance, I can cash out again, you see. Earnings usually stay in pending for a few days to a few weeks.

clixsense research ? » Post #2

Sun Dec 23, 2012 16:38 in General Talk

It's pretty good for some extra dough from time to time.

The surveys are good and you do qualify for most that are offered to you.
If you do not qualify, as long as you attempt it, you are credited ten cents so you still get something anyway.

I cash out my $10 over there every so often choosing amazon gift certificates.
I really like it for that reason.

Keep in mind, you don't make enough to cash out every day. More like once a month or every so many weeks.
It just varies depending on the number of surveys you do.

~*~My Back Pains~*~ » Post #11

Sun Dec 23, 2012 16:34 in General Talk

If memory serves me correct, it seems you stated (Tas), that you are a little person.

I will make it clear that just because you may be a short or little person, does not mean you will get arthritis.

However, if you are a small bone (which I am) female, you have a higher probability of having arthur at some
stage in your life.

Small bone people simply do not have as much goodies in their bones as large bone people. Make sense?
Absolutely yes.

Some arthritis is hereditary and we can't do anything about that other than following doctor directions,
eating right, and getting daily exercise.

Some times arthritis is a catch 22 because if you have little calcium you might suffer with it and risk bone and joint pain not to mention breakage....and if you have too much calcium you can suffer too.

If you're a female and have small bones (just because you may be short does not mean you are small bone), you should not smoke cigarettes. Just saying.

Merry X'mas to all » Post #3

Sun Dec 23, 2012 16:21 in General Talk

Merry and Safe Christmas! :xkitty:

Happy new year 2013 » Post #5

Sun Dec 23, 2012 16:19 in Member Introduction

Happy New Year! :xthumbup:

Google Maps is finally here for iOS 6 » Post #7

Wed Dec 19, 2012 00:26 in General Talk

Ok cool. I think I will put it on my iPod.

Google Maps is finally here for iOS 6 » Post #4

Mon Dec 17, 2012 12:04 in General Talk

Is it only for the iPhone? Wish it was for the iPad, iPods, also.

Payza Check Wait Time » Post #4

Sun Dec 16, 2012 00:05 in General Talk

Several days

What's on your mind? » Post #3

Fri Dec 14, 2012 22:06 in General Talk

TPhoenix wrote: The parents of the kids and the such young victims of the school incident in Connecticut. :(

Difficult to get it off the mind. Horrific.

$~~I have Upgraded my 2nd referral~~$ » Post #6

Thu Dec 13, 2012 13:44 in General Talk

Ayyoob wrote: You got paid yet? i just ned confirmation dat this isnt a scam!

ClixSense has been online paying it's members without fail for over 5 years. Plus, it's free. Not
sure why anyone would need any more confirmation than that.

Do you watch a Christmas movie at Christmas? » Post #7

Tue Dec 11, 2012 20:17 in General Talk

I still watch the wizard of oz at Christmas time every year......the old original one with Judy Garland.
Also I like the old Clark Gable movie, Gone with the Wind, I some times watch it at holidays too.
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