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Money in Unconventional - Conventional Places » Post #1

Fri Mar 17, 2017 17:17 in General Talk

The story goes the old man in the rugged mountain wooded area of Eastern Ky, died with no one by his side.
As far as anyone knows, he was a complete loner and did not have relatives. Some say he worked on the big
dam in KY during war times. Some say he worked in the coal mines. There was other stores too about how
he made his money. Even one such story said he may have been Billy the Kid or hide out robber from Chicago.

The old man lived in a little old cabin. Two rooms. Basically the cabin consisted of a sleeping area and
living area. There was an old porch on the back with an old cast iron stove in which he cooked his meals
and heated his cabin.

After the old man died, the township/city came in to clear out his belongings. As times would have it, the
couple of acres he lived on, would be in much demand now. The old cabin, surely not worth anything at all.

As items were removed from the cabin, everything was inspected. If there was anything of value, it would
be placed in the local auction house and the proceeds go into the city fund.

The old man had few items. An old truck that was rusted out and barely would run. An old rocking chair
on the porch about to fall apart. Inside was an old cast iron stove in pretty good condition and was sure
to bring a good dollar at the auction. His old iron bed was certainly an antique and might bring a few dollars.
A couple more old chairs, a small handmade table, and a few other modest furnishings.

After everything was cleared out, there was one more look around. The cabin was set to be demolished
and the acreage would be sold. As the last man was walking out of the cabin, he noticed something in
the slats of the wall. I say slats for lack of a better word for that type of paneling. He then saw it was.....

$100 dollar bill. He gently pulled it out but as he did, several more came out.

To get to the point, almost $500,000 was recovered from the inner walls of the cabin.

The story goes that the old man was legitimate but he did not believe in banks and he was simply an
old stingy man that believe in saving every nickel he made.

I say, save a little for a rainy day, invest a little in property, and spend it because you can't take it with you.

There's a lot of stories about old people dying and people finding their money in walls or mattresses, etc.

Quote of the day » Post #3208

Fri Mar 17, 2017 14:02 in General Talk

I like my own quotes. This is one of them:

Man who steps on bug, has big foot.

countryside aaha!!! what a relief » Post #7

Fri Mar 17, 2017 12:54 in General Talk

There are plenty of skunks here.

I SEE them more in the winter and I SMELL them more in the summer.

They're very healthy here on my property because they steal the cat food.

When I feed the outdoor cats, I am feeding everybody.....skunks, squirrels, birds, raccoons, red fox's, possums, stray cats......

What's most important for you?? » Post #2

Fri Mar 17, 2017 12:50 in General Talk

I would have to say food.

If you don't have food, you die.

If you're dead, you don't see your family.

countryside aaha!!! what a relief » Post #2

Fri Mar 17, 2017 11:43 in General Talk

Everything changes but come over here and you can smell fresh horse poo, skunk perfume,
and other fresh organic scents.

:mrgreen:

home remedies for aches/pains aka The Bean Topic » Post #59

Fri Mar 17, 2017 09:45 in General Talk

I am even lazier. I pour boiling water over instant from a pack into a bowl. Done in seconds. :lol:

Oh, you were probably referring to beans. Hmmm someone needs to make instant beans.

If you use Payoneer, must read ! » Post #9

Thu Mar 16, 2017 18:12 in General Talk

pindokhan123 wrote:
valerie wrote:
pindokhan123 wrote: Oh my god glad you told me that coz i just cancelled my cashout to skrill and was going to cashout through payoneer,,,,,,,,,,geez whats going on here? cant believe this,no method seems safe and its so sad that us members are working so hard for every xxxxxxxx cent and these thieves are raking in the benefits!

I thought you were in the UK. Your flag displays UK.

Just because someone in Canada is having an exchange rate issue, does not give you right to come
in here ranting and raving and cursing.



excuse me valerie,,let me put you straight here, apparently someone else was cussing them i wasnt cussing i just mentioned damn cent,which is not cussing.
you seem to have an issue with majority of my posts,,reason?

i dont see others being punished for things worse than mine,just seems you got your eye on me for some other reason...not fair ok.
all my posts are within reason,
i am entitled to post my opinion,many other members post bad experiences here,so why cant i?

you keep issuing me a warning which i recieve through admin,you get some kind of thrill out of it or what?

Yes you were cursing. Take God's name in vain, is cursing. In addition, it is against rule 13.

I am not sure what you mean about being punished. That's kind of funny. I edited your post and
submitted a message/warning to you about it. You're not special in that regard because I do the
same to others that curse and/or go against the forum rules.

cancelled cashout to skrill need help and advice! » Post #14

Thu Mar 16, 2017 16:22 in General Talk

This topic has been hashed and rehashed and hashed again.

If you use Payoneer, must read ! » Post #6

Thu Mar 16, 2017 16:20 in General Talk

pindokhan123 wrote: Oh my god glad you told me that coz i just cancelled my cashout to skrill and was going to cashout through payoneer,,,,,,,,,,geez whats going on here? cant believe this,no method seems safe and its so sad that us members are working so hard for every xxxxxxxx cent and these thieves are raking in the benefits!

I thought you were in the UK. Your flag displays UK.

Just because someone in Canada is having an exchange rate issue, does not give you right to come
in here ranting and raving and cursing.

If you use Payoneer, must read ! » Post #2

Thu Mar 16, 2017 13:12 in General Talk

I believe it is a good idea to keep an eye on your amounts no matter which payment
processor, banks, etc you are using.

Mistakes and errors can take place, perhaps as is the case with your accounts.

I am sure you must have sent Payoneer info about it already.

Also, of course you know more about it then I but in regards to conversion rates, don't those change
from time to time?

My First Post » Post #2

Thu Mar 16, 2017 13:07 in Member Introduction

Welcome aboard, Hari.

You do want to make sure you completed the profile.

Some members in India get a lot of surveys. So I suggest you keep trying and make sure you
have completed your profile.

Im rich.... » Post #5

Thu Mar 16, 2017 12:58 in General Talk

I hate those. They make me cry.


:lol:

Anyone here do volunteer work? » Post #14

Wed Mar 15, 2017 23:15 in General Talk

Yes

I do volunteer work online.

One thing I do is volunteer to moderate the ClixSense forums. :mrgreen:

YAY! It's almost spring and we're expecting 18-24" » Post #9

Wed Mar 15, 2017 09:16 in General Talk

Maybe if you call the local fire department, police, or church, someone could bring the parts
to you that he needs.

What is your current desktop wallpaper/background? » Post #5

Tue Mar 14, 2017 20:13 in General Talk

I usually have an image of my dog or cats. Recently I changed it to the old MAC lion.

New to Clixsense » Post #6

Mon Mar 13, 2017 23:47 in Member Introduction

Welcome aboard!

Have you been kidnapped by Tony the Tiger? :lol:

home remedies for aches/pains aka The Bean Topic » Post #57

Mon Mar 13, 2017 17:24 in General Talk

I think primarily grits originated from the American Indian. Altho don't trust me on that because it
could be other countries and cultures had grits too.

Basically it is ground corn. It's a process. It comes from Hominy which is dried corn.

I like Hominy too. In fact, I almost love it.

Grits has been mostly a Southern dish and I mean that is in the Southern US States.
Today however, it is rather popular all over the USA.

I guess it has some healthy properties. Unless you add junk to it. As I said, a lot of people
eat it with sugar and milk. I just eat it with pepper in it. Some people put butter in it.

home remedies for aches/pains aka The Bean Topic » Post #55

Mon Mar 13, 2017 15:14 in General Talk

Yep, about the same here. People eat whatever they want.

I do eat fruit often and usually the little fruit cups......little plastic cups that have fruit in them and some times jello.

I love grits. Grits are from corn. Many people eat a bowl of grits with sugar and/or sugar and milk.
I have never ate them that way. I like them simply with pepper. Try them some time.

..Smart Earning ...tasman1 » Post #25

Mon Mar 13, 2017 15:07 in General Talk

That reminds me, I need to search for a large plastic fish. I am thinking Amazon might have one.

Your neighbor is or was a NUT! :lol:

home remedies for aches/pains aka The Bean Topic » Post #53

Mon Mar 13, 2017 15:01 in General Talk

I don't eat meat. At least for the most part I don't. Particularly, I don't eat red meat.

For breakfast I may have any or combo of the following:

Eggs - Fried easy over or scrambled and some times a light omelet
Biscuits - I some times make home made biscuits and I buy frozen biscuits too
Toast - Light toast with a jam such as blackberry or strawberry but I like apple jelly too
Grits - I eat grits with pepper but many people eat them with sugar
Oats - I eat the instant maple flavor light oats usually but some times I eat the 1 minute quaker oats
Gravy - Some times I eat biscuit and gravy
Potatoes - Some times I make hash browns or cut up tiny taters for quick frying
Pancakes/Waffles - I am not very fond of it but I do eat it some times
Juice - I used to always drink orange but now I tend to drink apple
Sweet Breads - Usually first thing in the morning, I drink coffee and often I grab a mini donut or honey bun. In fact, if I do eat breakfast, it is usually at lunch time or later.

In America people eat any or combination of the above and if they eat meat, usually it is bacon, sausage, or ham.

Some Americans and especially children, prefer a cold cereal...Cheerios, etc.

PS. Americans do not eat beans for breakfast. In an omelet one may have mushrooms and tomatoes. Not uncommon to have a bacon lettuce tomato sandwich and some what common to have slices of tomato with breakfast.
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