If you're typing like you are typing here, you'll need much more than luck to gain referrals.
Sentences begin with a capital letter and end with a period mark.
That is lesson number 1 for you.
You've only made $35 dollars in 6 or 7 years here. Whatever you do, don't start your sentence with 'I'.
Start your sentence with 'You'.
That is lesson number 2 for you.
You either have a blog or you don't have a blog. 'Trying' a blog isn't going to do squat for you. You're
in Israel. Geesh! Americans love Israel. Well, a whole lot of us do. Use your head. Talk about your
country on your blog and toss in some ClixSense information.
Alright. I will meet you half way on that splat44. I know you really like that forum and
you are very active at allowing us to know abuse there.
Future Feature Requests I won't lock until they become a couple of pages long. In other
words, there really is no point in debates with a feature request. Most feature requests
are very similar and will never be implemented no matter what someone says or thinks.
However, very true that members do some times offer some additional ideas to feature requests.
Other moderators can do what they want. Me, I will lock them after I see there are posts
simply rehashing what is already said, over and over and the topics become long or senseless
If admin steps in and tells me differently, I will do what he says in this regard.
Keep in mind, moderators are volunteers but they are allowed to use their own discretion
and make ethical decisions.
In all honesty, I think it can be a bit of a tough decision for people, to say the least.
One thing is truly 100% for sure, the person should make his/her wishes known legally and NOT leave
it up to someone else.
I've had to deal with that and it is extremely disheartening. When someone you love dies and you are
the one that has to go look at caskets, make casket decisions, vault decisions, buried placement decisions,
casket spread decisions, funeral arrangements, song arrangement, pastor arrangement, and even so far
as to contact friends and relatives NOT to mention writing up an Obituary. I have had to do all that and
more. THAT can really really take a toll on you. What I found myself doing at every decision I made, is
asking myself 'what would he want?'. That made it even more depressing.
So I strongly stress that no matter how old you are, you see to it as best you can, that what you wish
and want, be legally implemented OR at the very least, let your loved ones know your REAL wishes.
Also people have their religious beliefs and do not believe in cremation or perhaps vice versa or some
other ways. You know, the American Indian natives way back in the day, some had the rituals to bury
their deceased sitting up....primarily chiefs in some tribes.
I think that is about all I have to say about this insane topic.
What I always suggest if members are interested in completing the daily bonus, is to first
do what is simple to do:
Those three things are always there for everyone to do.
The next thing to do is complete
-2 Offers OR 2 Tasks
If the member looks through the offers, he/she will eventually locate the best offers to look through daily.
Usually for most members, 2 offers can readily be located to complete. They might only be worth a cent
or two but it will make for completing the checklist. After that, the member can move forward to complete
tasks, more offers, and surveys as his/her time allows.
It's not strict at all. It is simply a bonus. Just like if your work place ask you to work
an extra day in the week and you can do it or turn it down. If you work, you will get
paid for that day and if you don't, you won't. Simple as that.
Same thing for the daily checklist bonus. If you complete it, you get the bonus and if
you don't, you won't. It doesn't make any difference if you don't work on your chosen
sabbath day or if you are sick or if you are on vacation or whatever reason you have
for not completing it.
The fact remains, it is a bonus to those that do decide to complete it.
I don't really know what you are saying because now you are saying something else.
I am going to ASSUME you requested pay out by way of PayPal. It's your first cash out
since ClixSense sent you 1 cent. They send you one cent because it is your first cash out
and they want to make sure your payment address you entered is correct. All you need
to do is log into PayPal and that is it.
After that, your payment request will be paid usually within the week. There is no loss
in pending position.
I don't know what you are talking about in regards to payment being sent back. If
your payment was sent back, you need to submit a support ticket through the Helpdesk.
@perfectshops that's interesting about the development of planes that could break away
the passenger area and parachute the people down safely. It makes sense and I suspect
they will be able to do that. I can see how that might not work in all cases but it probably
would in most.
I do hear of plane crashes often. Most seem to be private planes such as crop dusters,
family planes, small commercial planes.
The scariest thing about jets crashing is the fact many people are onboard.....hundreds
loose their life when they crash. For the people on the plane, it has to be a very scary
event when you know you are going down and there is nothing you can do about it.
Here, at the store, they sell several varieties of apples.
I usually buy the 'Fugi' apples. Some times the stores do not have them.
When they are out of those, I usually buy the 'Gala' apples.
A couple of days ago I was at the store and bought some 'HoneyCrisp' apples.
Fugi apples are crisp and sweet. They are usually small.
Gala apples I like for making pies but they are good to eat as is too.
HoneyCrisp apples have a bit of a sour/tart taste but not much.
I don't really like the 'Red Delicious' apples. They are ok in a cobbler and they
are very pretty to look at. Usually they are very red and very large.