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Over 400 tasks completed! » Post #3

Thu Feb 09, 2012 02:08 in Your Stats

WoWWeeEE! :$

my first payment » Post #2

Wed Feb 08, 2012 23:46 in Payment Proofs

Congrats!

ClixSense Forum Moderators » Post #31

Wed Feb 08, 2012 18:09 in Member Introduction

Hi Joe. I have added your name in the topic too. Actually I meant to do that the other day and I forgot. :mrgreen:

Whats for dinner tonight? » Post #14

Wed Feb 08, 2012 18:06 in General Talk

I think your mom is correct! :P

Whats for dinner tonight? » Post #12

Wed Feb 08, 2012 17:07 in General Talk

Losing 30 pounds in one month is bad for your body. I don't think 10 or 15 pounds would be too much
in a first month because the first 5 pounds or more, can easily be water weight.

Once you get started learning to cook without meat, you really don't miss it.

I eat most of what everyone else eats, I just leave out the meat. I make chili without meat.
I make casseroles without meat. For example a lot of people make broccoli casserole and put
cut up chicken in it...you really don't need the chicken at all in it...it's just as good without it.

Plus, if you think about the high costs of meat and not to mention meat is going up another 5%
or so, you really will save money.

I make tea about once every two days. In the summer time, every day. I put 2/3 cup of sugar
to a pitcher. I don't think the pitcher's I use is a full gallon. Probably half gallon. I probably drink
two big glasses of tea a day, more some times like in the summer.

With food, I think it's a lot about acquiring tastes. Once you start eating the same things, you
tend to acquire a taste for it, then you get use to eating it, then your taste and body desires it.
So what ya got to do is acquire the tastes for something else. At first some things may not taste
as good without meat. But it really doesn't take long before you have acquired the taste without
the meat...and you don't even miss it.

I drink diet coke and I eat sweets at times and ice cream. Not saying sugar is good for you but
I really don't think sugar puts on the fat like fat meat does.

It's a good idea to drink a lot of water each day. That's probably the number one thing in America
that leads to so many health problems....not drinking water. It's the water that is going to make
you feel more energetic, going to cleanse out toxins, keep your system running clean, keep your
skin looking fresh, keep your colon cleansed.

I laugh some times at all the skin creams and stay young potions people buy and pay high price for.
Your skin will stay far more youthful if you drink water. I started the water thing when I was in 8th
grade. My face had started breaking out and none of the potions for teenagers worked, I'd still get
breakouts. I had an aunt that was into all sorts of natural health things and she told me to drink
water. I started drinking 8 full glasses of water a day and it was not but a couple of weeks and my
skin cleared and I never had another break out. I never stopped drinking lots of water after that.
I won't say I look like a teenager because I don't. But for almost 56 years old, I can easily pass for
age 45. No one believes me when I tell them my age. I have to attribute it to water because there
is no other reason I can see for it. My sister is 5 years older than I, she never drinks water, and
she has looked 60 years old since she was 50. I also think water helps rid the body of excess fats.
I mean to me, it just makes common sense. If you eat a fattening meal, and you don't drink water,
that is going to have a not so nice time passing thru your system.

People buy a lot of colon cleansing products too. Now this is truly a big waste of money. The best
thing you can do to cleanse your colon is drink water. Eat roughage, drink water, and you'll have
a pretty colon. :lol:

Whats for dinner tonight? » Post #9

Wed Feb 08, 2012 15:56 in General Talk

I make a lot of stir fry for supper meals.

I really don't like to mention this on forums but for the most part, I am a vegetarian.
So I eat a lot of fish and other foods and stay away from most meats. I will in fact
eat meat occasionally. I also do eat eggs.

When I make stir fry, there is no meat in it.

I buy large packages of mixed vegetables and/or cut up fresh veggies. I use some
times white rice and some times brown rice. Mix in the veggies. I'll use soy sauce
some times but I don't like soy sauce for the most part, so I will use very little of it
when I do use it. Some times I will put butter in it and/or other seasonings.

I think people in America especially, rely too much on meat. When I was growing up,
it was like a meal was not a meal unless there was meat included. We'd have pork
chops one night, cube steak another night, beef stew another night, chicken another
night and so on. Even at breakfast there was either bacon or sausage.

I'm not knocking eating meat per se. I just think people in some countries like
America, eat wayyyy too much of it.

I also think it's a leading cause of obesity in America. I really don't think it's the sugar
and soda so much as it is the meat.

DoomsDay Preppers - Anyone watch it? » Post #1

Wed Feb 08, 2012 15:42 in General Talk

There's a new show on television called 'DoomsDay Preppers' and it started last night.
They put two shows on back to back, each 1 hour in length.

I found it very interesting, laughable, and informative too.

One man made his family home out of shipment crates....you know the big metal shipping crates that
are usually seen at ocean shipping docks. Those are pretty neat and I have viewed them in youtbue
videos as people buy them for about 5 thousand dollars each, then make houses out of them. Anyway,
this one man made a big square fortress out of them. In the middle of them is where he plants food..
the garden area is open. Inside the crates is living rooms, kitchen, and many storage areas for food.
I think they said they have enough food to last their families 15 to 22 years. They spend their entire
day preparing foods for canning, training in self defense, and even their children know how to defend
themselves and use weapons.

On one of the shows, a woman would buy eggs when they were selling at low cost, she then would
put plastic thin toss away gloves on, rub each egg, and put them back in the egg crate and store them.
She side by wiping them off in that fashion, the eggs would be good for 18 months. That is without
refrigeration...just wipe each one off with a plastic glove. I seriously going to do my research on that.

Maybe if I was a kid or in my twenties, I could see this more but not so sure I could...I mean, the extreme
lengths that people go to in preparedness for a doomsday scenario. I would rather die than live my life
like that. I think all those people truly enjoy living their life that way. Some people climb mountains,
some people live their life day to day preparing for the end of the world or a major breakdown of life
as we know it.

If we have a nuclear war or out entire infrastructure breaks down, and things become an all out
survival mode....I want to be dead. I think it's wise to have extra supply of food, water, and things
like that on hand....because you never know when their might be an electric outage for days or
there might be a natural disaster that you have to live thru for some weeks or a few months.

I'd just prefer to be dead than have to fight people or watch my skin fall off after a nuclear disaster
or become sick and be no way to get help, or any of that. I guess I am a whimp but to me, living
like that is not life. I can't live my life every day worrying what might happen tomorrow.

Still, the show is very interesting and if you can get it, watch it. They might even post snip its of
it on youtube or else where online. I'm sure it's already getting a whole lot of feedback.

Good Morning World! What's for Breakfast? » Post #24

Wed Feb 08, 2012 15:27 in General Talk

I like egg burrito's. I was reading some recipes recently of how you can make egg burritos and then put
them in the freezer. I thought that was a good idea. You could make up several at one time, freeze them,
put in microwave when you want to eat one.

My referral stats & Clixgrid » Post #8

Wed Feb 08, 2012 15:25 in Your Stats

Please stop pasting links in the forums.

It's nice to post your image shots but pasting in a lot of advertisers links is not appropriate.

first payment » Post #2

Wed Feb 08, 2012 14:58 in Payment Proofs

Congrats!

My first payment » Post #2

Wed Feb 08, 2012 14:57 in Payment Proofs

Congrats!

°•.♥.•° Valerie's Cake °•.♥.•° » Post #5

Wed Feb 08, 2012 13:58 in General Talk

It's not my birthday yet. My birthday is Feb. 14th. :P

Howdy Yall ! » Post #2

Wed Feb 08, 2012 13:07 in Member Introduction

Hello old timer, welcome to the forums! :D

Good Morning World! What's for Breakfast? » Post #22

Wed Feb 08, 2012 12:55 in General Talk

I've never ate a sardine. There use to be a kid on the school bus when I was in high school, he would
bring a can on the bus, open it, then stick it under the nose of the little girls. :lol: Everyone would
scream as he dangled sardines on the bus. Then he would eat one and all the girls would scream even
louder. :lol: A lot of people like them and they may taste good but I'll never know. And yep, I usually
see people eat them with hot sauce.

My Payment » Post #2

Wed Feb 08, 2012 12:49 in Payment Proofs

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Wed Feb 08, 2012 12:48 in Payment Proofs

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My 1st Payment » Post #2

Wed Feb 08, 2012 04:30 in Payment Proofs

Congrats on your payout! :)

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Wed Feb 08, 2012 04:29 in Payment Proofs

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My first payment » Post #2

Wed Feb 08, 2012 04:29 in Payment Proofs

Congrats on your payout! :)

My First Payment » Post #2

Wed Feb 08, 2012 04:28 in Payment Proofs

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