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    I assume so, but I had this image of a sheet over the PC and the window blinds drawn...
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    Any one else get a bit annoyed with surveys that want you to type in every type of some product or company you've heard of, when they then just show a list of them to pick from? I mean what's the point? I've actually got into the habit of writing in 'why bother asking when the survey is going to show a list?', and still end up being able to complete them.
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    I heard back from yougov today, and because it was their fault that I got the extra Amazon GC, they told me I could keep it and cash it in. That was nice of them.
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    Executioner (I mean come on, had to finish the string)
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    I actually love the surveys during election time. I'm sick of getting this one particular one (I live in Illinois also) but I look forward to this time of year in the survey world. I know, I'm weird.
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    Again, you keep harping on this. I resent the implication that any of us are doing anything bad or illegal. I will not feel the least bit guilty. They are all a little different any, as several have already mentioned on here. Please get off your soapbox and stop being judgemental.
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    Well yippy skippy and congratulations!
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    Hey, I am 81, white, female and live in a rural area. I get DQed a lot. I like Dailybreak and also tellwut.
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    Made $20 this month - however now watch me not make a thing for the next few months-oh well ,still like what I made this month!
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    Hi everyone. I wasn't sure where to put this thread, as it isn't technically about any survey site. I'm simply curious (okay nosy) about what you all do while taking surveys. For example, do you listen to music, watch TV, exercise, that kind of thing. Sometimes I do all three at once, LOL! Today, we have EAA going on in Oshkosh Wisconsin, about 10 minutes from where I live. So every day this week, I've been listening to the EAA frequencies on an app called Live ATC. Some very interesting stuff. Sometimes I stream radio stations, listen to the cops on a scanning app I have (I have about half a dozen scanning apps), or my ITunes playlist. Sometimes I'll have a baseball or football game on in the background, and sometimes I'll do leg lifts or the like while doing surveys. I have a difficult time sitting still for too long. Sometimes I'll grab a beer or have a glass of wine while doing surveys. It keeps things from getting too monotonous. Please post what you do. I'm always looking for ideas to make it more fun.
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    The topic says it all. Unless you spend all day in bed, is it possible to go through a day without seeing a Geico ad and that freaking lizard? I mean come on, they are on the net, on the radio, on TV, in magazines, on billboards, mall kiosks, posters. Maybe if Geico took all that cash and gave it to drivers for being safe, we wouldn't need auto insurance.
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    I also have received the frozen pizzas in dry ice. Nothing too unusual other than that so far. I have had soap, soft drinks, parchment paper, veggie mash instant potatoes... Oh, my favorite was toilet paper. Probably the most practical and useful of all.
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    I absolutely love the Mayhem commercials! I always laugh when I see them. I like that type of humor too.
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    You earned that 3.00
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    So I emailed them back after they gave me 500 points saying they still owe me 1000 and now they give me the 1500 .You know what I keeping that extra 500 points just for the headache of having to deal with all the crap they put me thru.
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    Hi- I got a ton of emails from Lifepoints about surveys to do. When I clicked on one, it asked me to log in, and when I did three surveys came up which I could choose from, and each one was worth 100 points. When I clicked on one of them, I got a message that I had to disable my popup blocker, and it gave me a link on how to do it, but the wiki article said to go into my firefox account and hit options to turn it off. For some reason I get a message when I try to use firefox, and I think I am going to have to uninstall and then reinstall firefox. I keep meaning to do it, but I never get around to it. I am not quite sure how to uninstall it anyway. Is anybody else getting this message about the popup blocker?
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    Yes, that is correct, that is what churning is. Not sure what sounds "too risky" to you, but I agree it's not for everyone. I don't churn particularly aggressively, maybe one or two cards a year at most (actually technically less than that, since some of the cards I get the signup bonuses for, I decide to keep long-term, which isn't technically churning, but I did still get the signup bonus, I just can't wait 2 years and then try to get it again. ;)) But I do always have Southwest points, and Chase is often the one paying for my hotels and/or car rentals, too. You definitely don't want to do "shady stuff", though - not least because banks will figure it out eventually and ban you, and you obviously don't want that. Some people at churning do what's called "manufactured spending" to get through minimum spends on large numbers of cards a year, which basically entails buying money-equivalents on a card in some way and then converting them back to money, but making it look like you're spending a lot on the card. That's a bit of a grey area (it's not technically illegal, but banks obviously don't like people doing it) - I've never done it myself, so I only get a new card with a signup bonus when I already know I'm going to be making some type of large purchase.
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