Discussion in 'Great HITs' started by smorganie, Dec 20, 2012.
MedCrowd here...lots and lots of MedCrowd.
Good TO. Takes only as long as your page takes to load.
Title: Choose the box with the lighter color
Requester: Haoqi Zhang [A376LON0LBB5W9] (TO)
Description: Choose the box with the lighter color
Qualifications: HIT approval rate (%) is not less than 98
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This can't be a dental office staff. It's like Survivor: Attractive People...
Took 22 mins
yeah, I'd give her a root canal...
finally, some love for bears up in here... we got teeth too y'know...
I see a couple future Mrs. TurkaTurka's in that group.
Before I clicked those links, I thought you were talking about a different kind of Bear, and I was very afraid.
I love/hate that MedCrowd approves as I do them. I always try to have at least 100 pending but that doesn't help
should've checked for SF address...
I think everyone is I have degrees in Accounting and Psychology. I'm in grad school and teach experimental psychology but I really want to do marine biology!
Dr. Cletus Helms Simpson - nice
Title: Write About Your Credit Card
Requester: Jonathon Weber [A2KQKIJDIJBL16] (TO)
Description: Tell us about your experience using your credit card. Your content should be truthful, grammatically correct, and at least 100 words long.
Qualifications: HIT approval rate (%) is not less than 90, Total approved HITs is greater than 50, Location is US
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Haven't done it yet, but good TO.
Edit: Have to be logged into FB etc :-/
Dentists have the one of the highest suicide rates among anyone.
Not me. I'm lazy. I'm a certified Nail Technician.
Two $1 surveys that were pretty quick, under 12 minutes from SurveyComet. They also approved within two minutes.
There is two others in the link, but the first one requires a qual test in which I was rejected. The other is a $0.00 hit that I didn't take and don't know about.
You are looking for Luxury and Consumables 2
You can tell who had a hard time getting into dental school by the distance between their dental school and their undergraduate school.