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Support / Re: Thanks for nothing....
« on: October 16, 2019, 11:01:57 am »Message ID: 1297313
I am very grateful for the cash that has made my retirement so much better and I won't quit until they throw me out (like PayPal did).
Are you saying that you got banned from PayPal?   :o

Support / Re: Thanks for nothing....
« on: October 16, 2019, 11:00:16 am »Message ID: 1297312
I don't even try the Peanut they pay too little ...
Isn't that why the call themselves Peanut Surveys?

Off-Topic / Re: Looking for a place to live.
« on: October 16, 2019, 10:51:55 am »Message ID: 1297309
^Why does ancmetro assume that only men sell houses for money and that money was the motivation in this case? I'm not saying that it isn't, but without more information from santa7 -how do we know?

@santa7, is there a friend, neighbor, or family member you could move in with temporarily while you look into other options? That would surely beat living in your car.

Offers / Re: very easy task
« on: October 16, 2019, 10:44:15 am »Message ID: 1297308
Thx for the tip!

I found this task and selected Strong Republican and it went straight to "There is no more work available for this task." - but it DID credit me the 5 earning. So it's either a single answer survey or else they aren't looking for either Democrat or Republican demographic responses!


Debate & Discuss / Re: fusioncash
« on: October 13, 2019, 02:38:16 am »Message ID: 1296881
This is truly a debate and discuss topic!  ::)

FusionCash / Re: Paid to click
« on: October 09, 2019, 08:40:26 am »Message ID: 1296413
It's such a shame that in all likelihood the newbie OP probably never came back to see all the helpful advice offered in response to his/her issue. Legitimate or not since it wasn't my question and I already knew the solution, I am going to give a thank you click to those of you who tried to help jkozak.

FusionCash / Re: Active Members on Fusion Cash
« on: October 09, 2019, 08:33:34 am »Message ID: 1296412
I think that there is always plenty of stuff to respond to in the forums if you dig deep enough, but to be honest many times I don't have anything constructive to say. More often than not, I find myself just reading through the back and forth and end up leaving the site without posting anything new.

There are some topics that I am more passionate about and will join in when I read something that interests or irks me. There are other times when I start to respond to a topic and decide that my opinion/response is either too harsh/inciteful or too rambling or too boring and I just end up deleting it before hitting the <post> button.

In any case - $3.00 a month is a great incentive and I intend to partake until it is no longer offered, regardless of whether there are other contests and bonuses offered or not.

Contests & Promotions / Re: Tuesday/Wednesday Mini Promotions - Sports Related
« on: October 09, 2019, 08:05:30 am »Message ID: 1296411
So sad that these weekly quiz/prediction contests are no longer running - they were always fun to complete.
But going in another direction - I see several 'newbies' posting here who have remarked and yet have ZERO post credits in their avatar block. Were they purged or ineligible or something else I am not considering? It's not that important, I was just curious...

Suggestions / Re: Customer Service
« on: October 09, 2019, 07:58:05 am »Message ID: 1296410
The issue has not been resolved and my question has yet to be answered.
Just out of curiosity, what sort of issue were/are you having?

Off-Topic / Re: Fall Road Trips
« on: October 09, 2019, 07:45:13 am »Message ID: 1296409
Living in Lancaster PA there is a lot of great fall leaves around here and I go hiking very often during the weeks.

We take an annual road trip every year at this time to the same place.  My husband, his brother, brothers wife and I will drive to Lancaster PA to look at the beautiful fall leaves.  We spend the weekend at a beautiful B&B run by an Amish family.  We eat dinner with them, a real Amish home cooked meal and go shopping and tour the city.   Last year my sister in law bought a beautiful home made quilt.  I think maybe this year it might be my

I know that there are a lot of things to do in that area, but do either of you (as a local and an annual road tripper) ever go to the Dutch Apple Dinner Theater? I've driven through Lancaster a few times and have stayed there twice. My wife and I spent a few days of our honeymoon there in 2005 and stayed at a nice B&B for a few days - Lovelace Manor. One of our evening events was at the dinner theater where we saw The Pajama Game. This past July when we went to Ocean City, MD with our 12 year old, we split up the drive out and back. On the way home, we spent the night in Lancaster at the hotel right next to the theater and saw their production of Annie.  Both shows were very well done and the food buffets were fantastic.

I know that Lancaster has a lot to offer (and we did visit a few other attractions 14 years ago - it was right about this time of year that we were there that first time), but the dinner theater is probably the one we enjoyed the most.

Off-Topic / Re: How is Your NFL/College Football team doing?
« on: October 08, 2019, 01:17:14 pm »Message ID: 1296308
A downward start for the Steelers - and to think they still could have been locked in a 3 way tie for first place in the division right now, if not for a freak fumble in OT on Sunday.

But the OSU Buckeyes are undefeated and headed for a good end if they stay on course.

Offers / Re: It happened to me - no daily email
« on: October 05, 2019, 05:13:24 pm »Message ID: 1295963
Add me to the missed list also.

Off-Topic / Re: So hard to let go of "stuff"
« on: October 04, 2019, 09:42:39 am »Message ID: 1295705
My kids keep telling me to get rid of stuff. It's harder than they think it is. Just wait until they become aging parents.  :P

While it is hard to give away things with sentimental value, it is also hard to clean out the house of a newly deceased parent who kept everything.  Things are stuff - it's the people and the relationships that matter.

There are a lot of things that I have that mean something special to me, but I know that if I die and my kids have to deal with them - they would not care anything about many of my things because they don't mean the same thing to them as to me.  That's not an insult or disrespectful to my memory - it is just a matter of perspective.

That does not make it any easier to let go of things and I am not in the least saying that it is silly to hold on to things that mean something special for you. Despite what I said above, some things still do hold sentimental value.

Off-Topic / Re: Felicity Huffman's Sentence
« on: October 03, 2019, 06:35:14 am »Message ID: 1295473
The real tell will be to see how much Lori Loughlin ultimately gets.  Huffman pled guilty and that usually amounts to a lesser sentence regardless. LL decided to fight it and she has to be crapping her pants now knowing that she is most likely going to be found guilty and will get hit with a larger sentence.

Off-Topic / Re: Which State of the 50 Would You Choose to Live in?
« on: October 03, 2019, 06:30:44 am »Message ID: 1295472
If I couldn't stay where I am, I would probably take my chances in Wyoming.  It is probably the most tax-friendly state with no income tax and relatively low sales and property taxes. But I could be persuaded if another state turned out to be better at letting me keep more of my own money.

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