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Quitting smoking » Post #39

Sat Dec 03, 2016 18:07 in General Talk

Actually, I am surprised they don't have 'organic' cigarettes. Maybe they do, I don't know but
the though occurred to me just now.

It can't be good to take any foreign material into your lungs.

However, I think a lot of what is bad for your lungs is the process of tobacco and all the
carcinogens that are in it.

Years ago, people smoked cigarettes that probably had tobacco worms in it. Their lungs
were probably healthier in comparison of a smoker today.

I am from Tewkesbury England » Post #17

Sat Dec 03, 2016 18:03 in General Talk

I think you're from Wallabebury

Quitting smoking » Post #36

Sat Dec 03, 2016 09:12 in General Talk

People make all kinds of excuses for not quitting. When they finally become honest with theirselves,
as BouldRake pointed out, they will stop smoking.

My excuses to continue smoking were like most cigarette smokers excuses. The big excuse was
'well ya gonna die of something so it might as well be lung cancer' and another one is 'well my
great great great great grandpa smoke all his life and lived to be 196'. Oh here is another great
one that women usually like to use 'if I quit smoking I will get fat'. :roll:

The real facts are, people that use tobacco, are very highly going to die from it. They are going
to cut their lives shorter. They will die a most uncomfortable death. They do spread second hand
smoke. Many do suffer for years before they die.....yes, I said YEARS and it is often called COPD.
Many will be on OXYGEN. Many will be FORCED to quit in order to use their oxygen. Many will
drag an oxygen tank around with them. Many will never leave their house because the oxygen
tanks are cumbersome. Many will need to have fluid drained from their body, some times on a
regular basis. Many will suffer from a large number of OTHER health issues, skin problems,
pneumonia, flue's, carcinoma's, and more. People that smoke, do die from other complications
before they die of the actual cancer. People that smoke, can die and many do die, at a very
early age. When you smoke, at some point you will begin to cough and gurgle. You'll hack.
You'll be lucky if you can carry on a conversation with anyone without hacking or coughing.
When you lay down to sleep, you will sound like someone attempting to gargle listening for the
first time. You will wheeze and gurgle. Eventually you will cough up what will look to be greenish
black will become worse. You will have so much of it that you'll need to carry a pack
of paper towels with you around the house or worse.....the ultimate worse.....a coke can or
some other type of can to spit the foul contents of your black lungs.

If you smoke cigarettes in your house, your house and most everything in it, smells and turns
yellowish orange. No matter how much you clean, since you consistently smoke, your house
becomes consistently smoked in like a ham that has been hanging in a smoke house for years.
Your clothes turn orange. In fact, many clothes you will wash but they will still smell like
smoke. Everyone that goes around you, won't want to embarrass you so they say nothing
but they are glad when they leave your presence because fresh tobacco smells so good but
used tobacco smells like stinking puke and you will smell like a walking talking stinking puke

When you stop smoking, you will feel renewed. You will kick yourself for not quitting sooner.
You'll wish you had all the money back that you spent on cigarettes all those years. Your
house will smell like a summer breeze. People will actually smell your cologne on you for the
first time ever. Your skin will brighten. You'll look younger. Your hair will soften. You might
even find your hair thickens. You'll feel more toned. Old bones, aches, pains, arthritis, seems
more dull. You'll actually smell things, things you thought you could smell but you really didnt
until now. You'll taste all the flavors in your foods. You won't feel so tired. You'll be able
to walk longer and faster. Your endurance is greater. Your eyes are brighter. Your brain
functions easier and faster. You'll feel 100% better than you have felt since you were a kid.
And then............

You see someone smoking, you know what they are doing to themselves.

STOP making excuses and QUIT!

Quitting smoking » Post #28

Sat Dec 03, 2016 00:54 in General Talk

Ya, I am one of those people that say, if I can quit smoking, anyone can. I believe that.

I started smoking when I was ten years old. My sister that is over 4 years older than I, smoked.
Most of us as kids had an older sibling that smoked. Yes, in the 60's we had lots of commercials
of beer and cigarettes. The land of sky blue waters and the ever famous Marlboro man. Even
TV shows displayed people smoking....all of those Twilight Zone type shows...and even Rod
died of cancer.....always had a cigarette in his mouth/hand. Dean Martin, cigarette in one hand,
whiskey in the other.

YOU really can quit smoking.

It's a terrible thing to watch someone die of lung cancer. I have seen it all. Some people with
lung cancer drown in their own black fluid, a slow death. Some spew pieces of their lungs. Some
spew black blood. I am not talking about a few drops of blood. I am talking about coffee ground
blood that gushes from the mouth like a projector.....covers the hospital walls, bed, everything.
It's a really really really really horrible way to die.

We all will die but you do not want to die like that.

You have to take it one day at a time. Don't think about tomorrow. Just throw the cigarettes
away and say I will NOT smoke today. No matter what, I will NOT smoke today. Then when
tomorrow comes, say it again..... I will NOT smoke today. The patch is the best thing to use
because it will help wean you from the nicotine and the urge to smoke is reduced. But don't
think about tomorrow or the next week or the next month. I will NOT smoke today and go
to youtube and look at the lung cancer videos.

Neteller is a big scam guys. » Post #2

Fri Dec 02, 2016 23:45 in Payment Processor Support

I can't find a payment processor support question in your post.

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Quitting smoking » Post #10

Fri Dec 02, 2016 12:22 in General Talk

I believe that is it in a nutshell. You have to really want to quit.

When you get to the point you really want to quit, you'll stop making excuses and do it.

Quitting smoking » Post #5

Fri Dec 02, 2016 10:50 in General Talk

Actually, cigarettes were a very inexpensive addiction. Probably the most inexpensive addiction ever.

It also has always depended on where you live, in regards to price of cigarettes.

In the 1960's, in the North East (Chicago area) of the USA, cigarettes sold for about $0.35 per pack.
In that exact same time frame, in the South East (Kentucky area) of the USA, cigarettes sold for about $0.19 per pack.

In the very early 70's, cigarette prices began to rise slightly in the USA. By the mid 70's, in the South,
Generic cigarettes began to populate due to the rise in cigarette prices. A carton of generic cigarettes
(ten packs per carton) sold for $3.00. It wasn't long and the same cartons rose in the 70's to $5.00
per carton as name brand cigarettes rose in price.

I know all that from first hand experience. Not reading from anything.

So by the time the 1980's rolled in, cigarette prices along with taxation was rising steadily. By the
1990's prices really began to soar as well as gasoline.

It's truly one of the largest increases in prices for a product over the years, that I have personally
experienced. Cigarettes and Gasoline. Over the course of 50 years, I'd have to say those are huge
increases and even Gasoline is Less in rise than cigarettes.

Admin Payment Update Explained » Post #38

Fri Dec 02, 2016 08:01 in Payment Processor Support

@Kityara there is no point in your postings because you don't know what you are talking about.
You're just pulling words from your head without posting facts. I am editing your posts because
you are misrepresenting ClixSense and posting untruths.

ClixSense is approved by PayPal and has been for years. I was paid my PayPal cash out, just yesterday.

Just like anything else online, there can be a temporary glitch or a website issue. That is what
happen with PayPal. Most people understand that and appreciative that admin takes the time
out to explain that PayPal was having the issue.

This topic is to explain the admin update, not for members to post untruth's and go off topic.

Christmas Time » Post #2

Thu Dec 01, 2016 21:11 in General Talk

The same to you and yours.

talk » Post #5

Thu Dec 01, 2016 21:08 in General Talk

Nice and quiet in here. I think I smell tulips and green grass and I can hear little fish jumping in the stream.

Any suggestions from U.S.A. members ? » Post #7

Thu Dec 01, 2016 18:34 in General Talk

Well when it comes to internet service, you would need to check what is available in your area.
I couldn't even begin to help you with that and I don't think anyone else here can since they don't
know your home area.

I have DISH for TV viewing but NOT my internet service.

I live in a rural area but I am close to a county school. I have DSL through my local rural area
landline phone service.

No, I did not mention ESPN just like I didn't mention the thousands of channels accessible through

As I did state, you of course would need streaming from the internet in order to use the content
from the tv box's. The exception is the box you can get from walmart to receive the local networks.

I suggest simply checking in your local area to see what is available. It sounds like you don't
want to cut the cord with cable so you might find some other cable companies in your area.

Admin Payment Update Explained » Post #34

Thu Dec 01, 2016 15:03 in Payment Processor Support

shi2o84 wrote: hi.
i really hope that my pending neteller cashout will happen someday. but what i want to know is what happens to my pending payout to neteller when clixsense stop working with neteller. money dissapearing or money back to account balance?

He already explained that today.
Adding new payment options | ClixSense Forum

Accepting first 0.01 payment in paypal » Post #2

Thu Dec 01, 2016 15:01 in Payment Processor Support

The info is listed in the ClixSense FAQ.

All you need to do is log into your PayPal. That is all.

New Year Resolution ? » Post #25

Thu Dec 01, 2016 11:27 in General Talk

It's what little boys do and when they grow up, they do it when they're too lame, too uncouth, too foul mouth, to get a woman.

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Admin Payment Update Explained » Post #32

Thu Dec 01, 2016 11:18 in Payment Processor Support

Kityara wrote: Now theres a paypal problem too, it seems. Not that it changes anything to me, I can use Payza, Neteller and Tango and none of them is paying.
The weirdest thing is: I just got paid $100 to payza from another program yesterday, same from neteller 3 days ago. Dont know about Tango since this is the only program I am in that uses it, but it does look to me that the problem might not be the processors. If thats the case, itd be good if we knew, Ive been a ClixSense member for a long time and Id be glad to be able to help somehow - all sites may have problems from time to time but honesty, hard work and collaboration fro, loyal members it can be overcome.

What is so weird? You say you got paid from another program. So what?

ClixSense is a USA based program and there are issues by some of the payment processors
out there that are NOT located in the USA. Don't you understand that?

Take PayPal for example. PayPal is a USA company.

So just because you got paid by another program choosing payza, does not mean squat.

In addition, Clixsense is a HUGE program. It has been paying by way of payza due to funds
paid through advertising. However, this has grown into a very slow process due to more and
more growth at Clixsense.

It's not the ClixSense at all. It's the payment processors that are not located in the USA
that is denying bank transfers from the USA. That's it period.

Payment options » Post #22

Thu Dec 01, 2016 11:06 in News and Updates

priz3princ3ss wrote: Can we switch to the check method of payment. Seems to be something less of a bother than all of these other options.I realize the money that's saying processing may have to wait for the paypal problem to be solved, but I'm thinking I may just wait the required time for the check method

You can choose the check option any time you want to.

Think about adopting a rescued dog for XMAS » Post #22

Thu Dec 01, 2016 00:52 in General Talk

No, his bad eye was removed less than two years ago.

I had a house cat 'Mr Blue' that lived for 17 years. I had a little black cat that went in heat,
busted out a screen window, mated with a russian blue, had 4 kittens, and the last born was
Mr Blue. He was just a big long haired solid gray cat. Really good cat. He came down with
cancer of the jaw, of all things. He was in pain and at his age, there really wasn't anything
to be done. They said that cats can learn to eat without their jaw, if I wanted to take him
through the surgery. But, he was 17 and so I chose to have him put down and that was one
of the hardest things I have ever had to do.

Well, they are family. So it is very tough when they go to the rainbow bridge.

make forum rules stricter » Post #5

Thu Dec 01, 2016 00:07 in Feature Requests

It's not a huge deal, it really isn't.

Jim is very lenient with the forums here. He wants everyone to learn, work together, and have
their fun nonsense discussions as well.

It works out very well here as is. Rule 13 was implemented and a lot of the one sided bull stopped.

There's always going to be someone that comes along from time to time that has the urge to type
idiocies where idiocies should not exist. There is always a moderator that is around or comes around
shortly and it will get edited or set for deletion.

That is part of what moderators are here for.

Think about adopting a rescued dog for XMAS » Post #20

Wed Nov 30, 2016 23:53 in General Talk

Boogie was a stray so I am not exactly sure of his age. He showed up about ten years ago
with a sore foot and some cuts on him. I don't know if he was born without a tail or if someone
cut his tail off. Hate to think about it and never ask the vet. Had him 'fixed' right away and
they said back then that he was probably a year or two old. Seems they say that about every
stray I have taken to the vet......a year or two old.

Boogie for the most part, does not like to be bothered. All he wants to do is sleep, make biscuits,
eat, and take care of his litter box. He looks at Bo as to say 'stupid dog'. Bo will run circles around
him. I think Boogie might play a bit more with him if Bo wasn't so rambunctious.

Unfortunately, Boogie's other eye is going bad. I guess his laziness is a good thing.

Think about adopting a rescued dog for XMAS » Post #17

Wed Nov 30, 2016 19:24 in General Talk

This is Boogie my house cat....he does not have a tail and he only has one eye.
This was taken last year.

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