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Waste Not Want Not » Post #10

Thu Feb 16, 2017 15:52 in General Talk

I keep many sewing items in jars too. I have a large jar full of various colors of spools of thread.
I can see through the jar since it is clear glass and makes it easy for me to choose the color I need
but also keeps the thread dust free. I have a couple of smaller jars with bobbins, buttons, etc.

The large plastic containers of peanuts, such as great value peanuts that come in a 2 pound plastic
container....I save those some times. The label are on there pretty good so I don't bother to pull
the label off. I wash and dry and then place crayons in them. I put crazy stickers all over the label
that I get free in the mail at times. They are really handy plastic containers because they are square
and have a wide round opening and a screw lid. I used one not long ago for paint. Instead of dragging
the giant bucket of paint in the house. I poured a little white paint in one. The opening is large enough
for a paint brush. I had an area in the hall that needed painted.

I guess jars are an item you could say I recycle the most. I use them in the shop to hold screws, nails,
and junk.

I buy sanding blocks at walmart. They are about the size of a sponge. Very handy for sanding furniture,
walls, etc. Some times they get dull but still usable and no need to throw away. So you know those big
square plastic containers of ice cream at walmart.....I buy those. When the ice cream is empty, I never
throw those buckets aways. The square buckets, two of them I have sanding blocks in. Another one I
have used lysol dish sponges. Instead of throwing the dish sponge away, I let them air out and dry and
then put them in the bucket. That way when I have something to wash outside, car wheels or lawn mower,
etc, I use those old dish sponges. I also use the plastic ice cream buckets for water in the summer months
for the outside animals.

Checks, Skrill and Payza » Post #14

Thu Feb 16, 2017 15:38 in General Talk

I don't know if CS has update the info on this site yet or not.

Nothing » Post #2

Thu Feb 16, 2017 15:35 in General Talk

No two days are the same.

Waste Not Want Not » Post #7

Thu Feb 16, 2017 09:56 in General Talk

Long ago before there was an internet, there was IBM Machines. : :)

My grandmother worked at NIPSCO which was and maybe still is, a major gas company in Northern Indiana.
She was a clean up woman. After everyone left after 5pm, my grandmother and the other clean up workers
began their night cleaning in the building. Mopping floors, emptying trash cans, dusting, etc.

Every now and then, my grandmother would bring home a big box. The box was full of tossed out IBM cards.
They were allowed to take them but why would anyone want them? They were cards that had already been
run thru the IBM machines.

The cards were various colors. Orange, Green, Yellow, Blue, White, Off White. I don't know how many would
be in the box's that she brought home. Maybe a thousand or maybe 5,000. It was a lot. They were about
8 to 10 inches longer and maybe about 4 inches wide.

The cards had tiny little squares out of them. That is because they were run through the IBM machines and
I guess those little squares had something to do with inputting account holders information.

So in the basement they went, box after box of IBM cards that had been run through the machines and of no
known purpose but trash. We had several large closets in the basement and one was almost full of those IBM
cards.

Retirement came and to the south we moved. My grandfather bought a church.

One Christmas my grandmother opened several of those IBM card box's. She had glue and glitter. Lot's
of various colors of glitter and stapler and staples. She folded one end of the cards and stapled. she did
that with hundreds. She then stapled them together at the other ends and made large amounts and smaller
amounts. She then stapled them together. She them took the glue and spread it on all those ends and took
glitter and put all over the ends. The finished product was..... Christmas Wreaths. In the middle she took
pine cones that had fallen off our pine cone trees and put some of those in the middle for direction. She
also took sticks and made crosses for the middle. We took those to the church and placed them in the
windows and in front of lighted electric candles. The light would shine through all those tiny square holes
and the glitter would glisten and everyone was so amazed by them.....and I was too.

Everyone wanted them. So I helped take the box's of IBM cards to the church and everyone that wanted
could come to the activity class and help make them. Many went in to the church bazaar and every one
was sold. The money went towards new church pews.

I was just a kid and it was probably one of the first times I realized my grandmother was smarter than me.

Stay Regular......tasman1 » Post #4

Wed Feb 15, 2017 18:02 in General Talk

Have your gallbladder removed. :roll: :oops:

A new Space record » Post #2

Wed Feb 15, 2017 14:54 in General Talk

That's interesting.

Why do they need 104 satellites?

News from Jim » Post #3

Wed Feb 15, 2017 14:50 in General Talk

HaHa! :lol:

She likes to repost his news to here in the General Talk

Unexpected Errors » Post #2

Wed Feb 15, 2017 09:12 in General Talk

Well, not sure what to tell you. Maybe it was a momentary blurp or maybe it is on your end.
I have not experienced any site issues.

Happy yesterday Valentine Day! :P

Marcel-R6 » Post #3

Wed Feb 15, 2017 09:11 in General Talk

And you're probably looking for a telephone booth.

cannot change my password.cannot install ClixAddon » Post #2

Tue Feb 14, 2017 22:06 in General Talk

Members cannot fix your issue.

You need to submit a support ticket. Click on 'Help' at the top right of the page.

blah blah » Post #17

Tue Feb 14, 2017 17:58 in General Talk

I just want to add one little thing here.

You folks do NOT see what moderators see. You don't see all the childish comments, the ones
that are not approved, the one's that are deleted, the ones that are edited quickly. You don't
read all the times moderators and even admins are told to go to hell, to go F theirselves, and
more. You don't even get to see all the revolting avatars.

Some people are simply trouble makers. They are either children pretending to be adults
thinking they are saying something big and smart.

There is no one here that is perfect. We all make mistakes and we may some times say
something we shouldn't say. In all the years I have been here, I have very rarely ever
reported any member here for anything. Very rare. When I do, you can bet they have
been warned many times over and that I see them as harmful to ClixSense and the
members within.

It has nothing to do with my gallbladder removal. :mrgreen:

Amazon » Post #6

Tue Feb 14, 2017 17:46 in General Talk

You may request a check every month. Checks are only sent once per month.
There is only a $1.00 fee subtracted from the amount withdrawn.

What I do when I request a check, is simply request it every month no matter
the amount.

As soon as I accumulate the amount to request again, I do if I think about it.
Then I just add to the check amount thru-out the month until it goes into
processing.

Thank you, ClixSense! » Post #2

Tue Feb 14, 2017 17:44 in General Talk

It is automated.

Every time a member changes his profile, as in this case payment details, they will receive
an automated message. This is a security feature.

Other PTC sites running slower than average too » Post #2

Tue Feb 14, 2017 17:41 in General Talk

Well you are just so wrong about that.

If you look at the FAQ it will display how many ads you are guaranteed to receive daily as a
free standard member and as a premium member.

ClixSense has been online for ten years. A member located within the USA, such as yourself,
may usually find he/she can view approximately 25 to 50 PTC per day. That is if the user is
online consistently throughout the day.

However, from time to time a big advertiser may come along seeking to gain a lot of traffic
and awareness. In that case it can be a lot more ads to view and very large advertisers may
make deals in which they post hundreds of even thousands per day. This does not mean
forever and forever and forever and forever. In fact, it is rare. It may be a large advertiser
purchases for several months but nothing is guaranteed other than what the website terms
state that you are entitled to receive.

what is going on with this website? » Post #20

Tue Feb 14, 2017 00:57 in General Talk

msblahms wrote: if jim considers attitude for banning members from forum he should start with you cause you have always been an old rusty nail which you call me

you want to dictate terms not listen most of the times you do what you feel like without thinking about others so i think you deserve the same treatment you treat others with

You have abused several of the forum rules. You have been reprimanded more times than once.
The owner of ClixSense has given you a warning. You have posted lies and you continue to deface
ClixSense. You have spread lies about the owner of ClixSense. You have harassed moderators and
trailed me like a toddler. You have been rude and insulting to members. You have called the owner
a liar. You have called members a liar.

Members should remember this board is aimed at a general audience. Posting any material which is false, defamatory, inaccurate, abusive, vulgar, hateful, harassing, obscene, profane, sexually oriented, threatening, invasive of a person's privacy, adult material, or otherwise in violation of any International or United States Federal law will not be tolerated.

One thing is now certain. You or Me one or the other, will no longer be at these forums.

what is going on with this website? » Post #18

Tue Feb 14, 2017 00:24 in General Talk

msblahms wrote:
valerie wrote:
and21ob wrote: Valerie





I am not going to tolerate this bs any more at all!

so will you finally quit from your wonderful real life forum moderator job

@msbla I think several moderators have reported you since you've been hanging in the forums like
an old rusty nail. Even Jim gave you a warning. I wish you the best of luck because with your
attitude, you're going to need all the good luck you can get.

what is going on with this website? » Post #15

Mon Feb 13, 2017 23:44 in General Talk

and21ob wrote: Valerie

What spiteful responses you have given here and even after admitting you were just being a smartarse you could still not apologise. (Yes that's apologise with an s not a zed)

Another warning for me I guess 8-)

By the way, it's maths, not math (Its plural).

Shameful way you have posted as a moderator in this thread to a relatively new poster.

You are just doing your best to stir up trouble.

I did not reply to a new member. I replied and very respectfully I might add, to a member that
has been very active (by his own admission) for over a year.

So don't you even dare accuse me of something I did not do!

I've about had it with members here trying to stir up trouble because they don't have a life.

Oh and by the way, I don't live in the UK and over here it is Math.
Instead, I am going to start being like moderators at most forums out there and request trouble
makers be banned from ClixSense altogether.

I am not going to tolerate this bs any more at all!

what is going on with this website? » Post #7

Mon Feb 13, 2017 19:37 in General Talk

ice4fire69 wrote: to correct you... '' when i first joined''..... so after the 2nd month ish. it went on a fast decline each month. Only reached above £5 per day on a very off day.. thankyou for your time and your math though.. you win a cookie :)

If you read what you posted, you made it sound as if you have been making $12 per day
doing surveys up until very recently it has declined for you and that you are wondering
now with the recent PayPal mess, if it is worth it for you.

That is the way I understood your topic.

At any rate, I don't think anyone here can tell you what to do. In regards to making
money doing offers and surveys, those things are like trying to predict the weather in
the seasons. Some days there may be a lot to do and good dollar amounts and other
days not so much.

In regards to the ClixGrid, I rarely do more than the specified amount to do in order
to qualify for the daily free bonus. That can be substantial depending on the amount
earned that day.

As for PayPal, yep, some people get stuck with one payment processor and then feel
lost when it is no longer there. Kind of like living in the same house for 20 years and
then moving. It's a drag but after you get settled in, some times you find you like your
new location better.

Just Saying.

Tomorrow is Valentine's Day!!! » Post #18

Mon Feb 13, 2017 18:22 in General Talk

tasman1 wrote: Me , cheap gift to wife

My wife , gift to me black eye

I look cool , modern , up to date now , thank you wife

HaHa! :lol:

what is going on with this website? » Post #4

Mon Feb 13, 2017 16:29 in General Talk

Also, just to correct your math....

You've been a member for 12 months.

You've made $1,168

$1,168 divided by 12 months = $97.33 per month

$97.33 divided by 30 days = $3.24 per day

So no way was you averaging $12 per day. Your math is way off.
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