Arvind9 wrote: I dont have any social media account,and dont even find it necessary to have one,on the contrary I have completed many surveys based on social media even here on Clixsense,giving opinion about facebook, twitter,whatsapp or for that matter any thing without having an account,and never had a reversal.
Arvind9 wrote:Liuhb wrote:
China's consumption is too high! Low wages. After graduating from college I do not know what to do. India's population is about the same as China. Life is better than China
Sorry buddy I had to get some facts right and not look to be talking rubbish here are the facts
Top seven economies of 2017 according to IMF.
1)US $19.4 Trillion
2)China $11.9 Trillion
3)Japan $4.9 Trillion
4)Germany $3.7 Trillion
5)France $2.575 Trillion
6)UK $2.565 Trillion
7)India $2.4 Trillion.
I dont know what makes you think so poorly about your country but you need to look around and get some facts and stop watching fantasy on TV even I like Australia on TV maybe one day I would like to go there on a vacation and meet Mr Tasman.
tasman1 wrote:valerie wrote: A lady out of North Korea said they were starving at one point and her
mother would catch mice and make mice soup. It doesn't sound very
appetizing but it kept them alive.
Indian officials tell poor people to start eating rats: 'The beauty is we have billions of them'
Indians living in one of the country's poorest state have been told to eat rats.
The rodents are already consumed by an impoverished caste in Bihar called the Musahars or 'rat-eaters' - but most people find the idea distasteful.
Now state officials are asking hotels and restaurants to devise interesting ways of poaching, roasting or stewing the meat.
'Once people accept it as just another meat like chicken or mutton, it will become popular
India has about eight rats per person. If rat meat sells for 50 rupees a kilo and each rat weighs a kilo - field rats are fat and heavy - then a poor family can make 150 rupees a day by catching just three rats.