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Discussion in 'Tech Tips and Reviews' started by HexStar, Oct 10, 2003.

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  1. HexStar

    HexStar Guest Thread Starter

    I didn't know where this should go, so feel free to move this thread if nessecary.

    Where can I get paid to surf the web?
     
  2. RSM123

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    Hi,

    I have not posted any links in case they are deemed as spam by the Mods here ... but if you really want to pursue this, I suggest you copy 'get paid to surf the web' into :

    http://www.google.com

    You will get numerous hits - but before signing up to anything you would do well to read thoroughly the terms and conditions as you may end up with a considerable amount of spyware on your comp. - and get a pitiful return for your efforts.


    All the best.


    Richard.
     
  3. Rockn

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    You're not getting paid to surf the web? I have a deal that can make you millions. I also have some magic beans.
     
  4. dokstarr

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    how would I come to acquire these beans?
     
  5. brendandonhu

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    LOL!

    Yeah if you google for it, im sure you will get tons of results, but I can almost guarantee you will end up with spyware, trojans, and less than $10 in your pocket unless you want to stare at ads 24/7.
     
  6. mobo

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    Hexstars magic beans
     

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    It appears Hexstar has eaten too many magic beans. I think he has disappeared from TSG. Hexstar hasn't posted since 10/30/03. :cool:
     
  8. McTimson

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    Hmm....and his rank changed as well...what a coincidence, eh? ;)
     
  9. mobo

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    Must have got a job doing websurfing and drowned or something ;)
     
  10. prospect

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    Where do you guys come up with this stuff at?
     
  11. GoJoAGoGo

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    Yeah, I guess! That magic bean thing cracked me up. :D
     
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  14. sleekluxury

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    They posted a column about this in Computer Edge Magazine...let me find u the link.

    http://www.computoredge.com/Archive/Editorial Archive/Archive2150.pdf

    There's the link. it will explain everything, its under Beyond Personal Computing "One Million E-mails Later"
    Which is i believe page 13 in this PDF. Tell me what
    you choose, if u choose one, happy reading!!!
     
  15. NiteHawk

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    I heard a rumor that he got too close to an open flame. :D
     
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