goubar said: Oh! That was not easy, they ask for 6 or more reviews. I went through, but was about to quit
well, let's say it takes 15-20 minutes to complete....
value of 6 months sub is what? $90?
$90value for 20 mins of your time isn't bad at all.
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posted: Nov. 27, 2012 @ 10:17a
Man that was long but totally worth it. How else can you get free 26 week subscription to WSJ.
posted: Nov. 27, 2012 @ 10:19a
in2dadark said: More lies in this paper. But I like the way the lie better than many others. There's a 39 week one on there.
LOL, isn't whole wall street is the biggest scam on the planet??
posted: Nov. 27, 2012 @ 4:41p
A tip for filling out the 25 to 50 word questionnaire at the bottom. Just alternate between a letter on your keyboard and the space bar 25 times. Then copy and paste to the rest of them. Works for me every time. I can't believe that they would pay a human to read the b.s. anyway, so it is not like you are cheating them.
posted: Nov. 27, 2012 @ 11:38p
Love my journal. Keep using the same info, and it can go on for years. No skin off their nose; their revenue comes from the advertisements.
posted: Nov. 28, 2012 @ 12:50a
Dealnut said: A tip for filling out the 25 to 50 word questionnaire at the bottom. Just alternate between a letter on your keyboard and the space bar 25 times. Then copy and paste to the rest of them. Works for me every time. I can't believe that they would pay a human to read the b.s. anyway, so it is not like you are cheating them.
I just copy the question and paste it 2 times. Takes couple of seconds and Works all the time.
A deal offering a free year of wall street journal was posted a few months ago. I enjoyed it for awhile. Then I learned that Murdoch was the publisher. After that I noticed that Karl Rove frequently publishes OP/ED columns in the WSJ. At first, I enjoyed having something to read. Now, I don't enjoy the WSJ and I don't know how to stop them from sending it to me. I did find a new use for my daily WSJ. If you take each section and roll it up, its great for getting a fire started.
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