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Found my Santa Clause :D

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Gg1, 11 December 2009.

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  1. Gg1

    Gg1 LORIK CANA

    22 March 2007
    I really found my Santa Clause with www.lockerz.com :CW::D
    It is a website from the amazon bosses(Liberty Media) where you can collect points and get prices. You can earn points by daily signing(2 "PTZ") in and answer the "dailies"(2 "PTZ).
    It is real and works! I didn't believed that first but there are many proofs.
    Example:
    For a Ipod Shuffle 1st Gen 1gb you must earn 150PTZ that means you must do what I wrote(every day logg-in and answer dailies) 38 days than you got the PTZ.
    Very easy and it is totally free!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xugwhx6jARg

    Who is interested PM to me and I'll send you an invite!
    ;)
     
  2. Tim7

    Tim7 Retired Footballer

    6 May 2003
    Gravesend
    Charlton Athletic FC
    One thread would have done.

    Oh, and they never have stock in.
     
  3. Gg1

    Gg1 LORIK CANA

    22 March 2007
    They have 1 Time a month Stock in. You must look at their Twitter page ;)
     
  4. Tim7

    Tim7 Retired Footballer

    6 May 2003
    Gravesend
    Charlton Athletic FC
    They have been saying that for at least 3 months! :LOL:
     
  5. Gg1

    Gg1 LORIK CANA

    22 March 2007
    I got my Ipod Shuffle last month ;) Maybe you did not look at the Twitter page
     
  6. Coopz

    Coopz Retired Footballer

    27 April 2002
    This is the 3rd thread on this now with people looking to get points for invites :LOL:
     
  7. Rob92

    Rob92 Guest

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  8. crayon

    crayon Yamato Gaijin

    23 October 2004
    Hokkaido Japan
    Liverpool FC
    clause [klɔːz]
    n
    1. (Linguistics / Grammar) Grammar a group of words, consisting of a subject and a predicate including a finite verb, that does not necessarily constitute a sentence See also main clause, subordinate clause, coordinate clause
    2. (Law) a section of a legal document such as a contract, will, or draft statute
    [from Old French, from Medieval Latin clausa a closing (of a rhetorical period), back formation from Latin clausula, from claudere to close]
     
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