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The best way to clean your desk » Post #13

Sat Feb 18, 2017 13:24 in General Talk

Try the return key. Don't understand why it doesn't work as .... oh the i does not want to work. i i i a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z 1234567890 ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
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The best way to clean your desk » Post #11

Sat Feb 18, 2017 13:15 in General Talk

testing seems ok except now keyboard key stuck might be why not workie\

The best way to clean your desk » Post #10

Sat Feb 18, 2017 13:08 in General Talk

stop something is making my mouse run away like it is on steroids. tried the track pad and it does the same so i think the mouse is ok. must be the keyboard that is making mouse weird too. well i turned around to look at tv news was saying ivana trump perfume was biggests seller on amazon in perfumes and when i turned back around, my elbow hit my coffee cup and it went every where.

The best way to clean your desk » Post #8

Sat Feb 18, 2017 12:18 in General Talk

it just runs.....mouse is running and i didnt spill on mouse, something strange going on got to change to another mouse and keyboard i guess i had taken the return key off anti has metal hanger in it it just weird it an apple keyboard and i can't find nothing. i guess another keyboard and mouse will work with it, don't know......oh i do know i have a trackpad that i can use instead of mouse.....woner where it is





































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The best way to clean your desk » Post #4

Sat Feb 18, 2017 11:30 in General Talk

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The best way to clean your desk » Post #3

Sat Feb 18, 2017 11:25 in General Talk

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The best way to clean your desk » Post #2

Sat Feb 18, 2017 11:23 in General Talk

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The best way to clean your desk » Post #1

Sat Feb 18, 2017 11:23 in General Talk

Spill coffee all over your desk, all of your keyboard, all over your mouse, all over your papers, etc. Ahh oohhh key key not shifty shift move drat




!what ! drat! what shift crap

Crazy Recipes » Post #1

Sat Feb 18, 2017 09:35 in General Talk

Do you ever get sick to your stomach when you see some of the recipes online?
I do.

I guess I am old fashion because I like simple wholesome foods. Give me a fresh garden salad
with extra cucumbers and tomatoes, and I am in heaven. Mashed real potatoes, red beets,
overly cooked green beans, fresh corn on the cob, fried corn, potato salad, macaroni salad,
cole slaw, vinegar slaw, buttery baked fish, fried breaded fish, shrimp, tuna salad, fruit,
fruit salad, jello, ice cream, home made cake, home made corn bread, home made biscuits, ....

NOT oven baked bacon with chocolate poured over it. That is so insane! I don't know which I
feel more sorry for, the bacon or the chocolate.

There's a lot of really nasty recipes online. At least to me, they look awful.

Payza still hasn't fixed their issues » Post #6

Fri Feb 17, 2017 22:24 in General Talk

nobenjo2 wrote: Payza decided they needed to verify my account via my cell phone....my carrier was not in the system....so I can not use them...

Called them and got in touch with a very nice gentleman who suggested that I use some one else's phone to verify my account...REALLY?....Was the verification not supposed to be there to 'protect' me?????from someone else who would steal my info...by using THEIR phone to verify they were me......REALLY.

Ben South

That is a little strange. I suspect they would ask you some questions over the phone and
also the phone would be a USA number in your local area where you stated you are.

I don't know. It is all crazy today, all the hoops one has to jump through. The flip side is
all the thievery and con jobs going on out there. The internet is still far from a safe place
and I guess the whole world is a jungle....you have to carry a big stick. :mrgreen:

Payza still hasn't fixed their issues » Post #4

Fri Feb 17, 2017 17:02 in General Talk

As far as I know, there is presently no issue with Payza transfers. That is why Payza is now
an option again. So you should be able to transfer your funds to your bank account just
like admin can transfer funds from his bank account to Payza.

Favorite Brand of Chocolate? » Post #36

Fri Feb 17, 2017 16:59 in General Talk

Kalidanze wrote: I have tried Hersheys, but it was so disgusting... like only suggar with color and chemical flavour.
The most US-"chocolate" hasnt even real cocoa inside. Its like a steak without meat, or orange juice without oranges.

So I like Lindt, the better one. :D

The USA does not manufacture cocoa. Our cocoa comes from other countries such as
Nigeria and West Africa and I think they are focusing some on Mexico.

Favorite Brand of Chocolate? » Post #32

Fri Feb 17, 2017 14:56 in General Talk

I'm not too fond of white chocolate. I prefer the dark chocolate.

Hershey's does make a 'cookies n cream' candy bar that is rather famous. It is white chocolate
with little specs of cookie in it.

Nestle's also makes a white chocolate candy bar called 'Alpine White' and I think they also have
one that is the Alpine White with Almonds.

It's difficult for me to choose a favorite brand of chocolate but I guess I would have to choose
'Queen Anne's'. I grew up in Chicago land and in a suburb within Indiana there was a Queen Anne's
candy factory. My friends and I would walk the railroad tracks towards Gary, Indiana for tacos at
a good taco place there. On the way, we would pass Queen Anne's. The aroma was delicious
coming out of the factory ovens. We would knock on the side door. That is all we had to do.
Someone with a hair net and dressed all in white with chocolate all over them, would open the door,
look down at us and smile and shut the door. Within just moments, the door would open and we
would get a googy warm white bag with chocolate all over it. Inside was pieces and malformed
shapes of chocolate that was to be trashed. Mostly, it was 'Turtles'. Oeeeeiiiieee Gooiiieeee
caramel chocolate pecan candy. Oh my it was so good. Not many knew about the side door but
we did and we sure took advantage of it every time we walked out that way.

I read from my old friends that in 2012, that Queen Anne factory was demolished. :(

Queen Anne's candy in the USA is mainly famous for their 'Cherry Cordials'.
Our Story: Queen Anne Cordial Cherries

Adscend Working Again » Post #2

Fri Feb 17, 2017 14:34 in General Talk

Yes it is working now.

why? » Post #2

Fri Feb 17, 2017 08:13 in General Talk

Because PayPal is no longer an option.

Payza still hasn't fixed their issues » Post #2

Fri Feb 17, 2017 08:08 in General Talk

I was reading a UK topic about PayZa and someone said they use an exchanger.

Just saying that maybe there is a way to transfer your funds out to something
else and then transfer to your bank from that something else.

I don't bother with all that. As long as I can get a check, I just use the check
option.

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.
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