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Ideas for new Law...tasman1 » Post #3

Wed Apr 12, 2017 21:52 in General Talk

1.00 dollar every time one is going to eat


Law name .....eat more often , better for your body

Ideas for new Law...tasman1 » Post #1

Wed Apr 12, 2017 21:27 in General Talk

Please give your ideas to our dear ruler how to take more money from us

If Your idea is accepted by U.N. you will be paid 1 million dollar

My idea

Charge people for every fart 1.00 dollar

New law name....Fart and pay [ or hold it forever ]

Second grid win in 3 day ...tasman1 » Post #1

Wed Apr 12, 2017 21:04 in Success Stories

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8 years old learn how to drive by watching YouTube » Post #2

Wed Apr 12, 2017 20:40 in General Talk

That is nothing

Under new law all children born from 2020 must have drivers license one year before they are born

Just got lost in thought.... » Post #24

Wed Apr 12, 2017 20:02 in General Talk

Lost Myself , please help

Just got lost in thought.... » Post #23

Wed Apr 12, 2017 19:57 in General Talk

dutch1898 wrote: Just now I was following posts here and tried to reply or like the post
but did not see the icons along the top allowing me to do so.
It took me a few min to realize I had not logged in.
I guess I was lost in thought. ;)


Maybe We are all lost today , just to be safe better use G.P.S today

Just got lost in thought.... » Post #19

Wed Apr 12, 2017 19:28 in General Talk

seaeagle wrote: Just got so lost in thought that I went to make my nightly cup of Lady Grey tea, and when I sat down and took a sip, it was a strong coffee.



Just put tea and coffee in one jar, mix well and enjoy both at same time

The 20 most tolerant countries....tasman1 » Post #26

Wed Apr 12, 2017 18:40 in General Talk

Think this topic was about how tolerant are We all in one country not just politicians

Including You and Me


My opinion ..... We Humans are not made to be tolerant , We can be tolerant just a bit to our tribe
In a good time we can be a bit tolerant to all but once bad time return We all return to our cave and show our real face
Reality .I am tolerant just to myself , I understand just myself , I love just myself

Survival

The 20 most tolerant countries....tasman1 » Post #5

Wed Apr 12, 2017 06:14 in General Talk

Folks , world is now changing very fast
World is now tolerant just with rich and ignorant with poor
It s same for every country , globalization is one law , what happen to your place , happen to my place to

Top nanny state , Australia....tasman1 » Post #3

Wed Apr 12, 2017 03:47 in General Talk

seaeagle.....just one word.... overregulation , gone to far since I come to Australia in 1982
It was so good and simple here but now...

greater contribution » Post #16

Wed Apr 12, 2017 02:26 in General Talk

hyldig wrote: Tasman it is pointless . They are equals . Sound like old married couple . Should go get a room . They have been biggering for a very long time .



Will summon both to ClixSense court in 7 day time

what have you spent your clixsense earnings on? » Post #38

Wed Apr 12, 2017 00:54 in General Talk

lotoole wrote: Most recently, earnings went toward dog treats, chocolate Easter bunnies and white wine. Priorities in that order.



Translate to Croatian language

Most recently my earnings went on buying chocolate and white wine for my dog

Robotic Arm - Kiss Construction Workers Goodbye » Post #4

Wed Apr 12, 2017 00:02 in General Talk

Will kiss if constructions workers are girls , why not

Final for today , 5.30 ...tasman1 » Post #1

Tue Apr 11, 2017 23:51 in Success Stories

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My LUCKY day.... » Post #2

Tue Apr 11, 2017 23:48 in Success Stories

nice

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Tue Apr 11, 2017 23:21 in Success Stories

nice one , cool

5.00 today , not bad,,,tasman1 » Post #1

Tue Apr 11, 2017 21:59 in Success Stories

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Top nanny state , Australia....tasman1 » Post #1

Tue Apr 11, 2017 21:52 in General Talk

Here's the thing I've come to realise: Australia has too many idiots. We don't have a lot of idiots; we don't even have a middling number of idiots. But we still have enough idiots to reach a tipping point where things are being ruined for the rest of us.

This realisation came to me recently in Europe. Now, I don't want to be one of those people who goes to Europe for the summer and comes home saying everything is better over there – but I've just been to Europe for the summer and everything's better over there.

It feels freer. It feels more fun, more relaxed in places like Italy and Spain and France and the Netherlands. It feels like you're given the right to make your own decisions there, and you're given the trust to not stuff those decisions up.

You can ride a bike without a helmet in Europe, and you are trusted not to fall off (similarly, drivers are trusted not to run into you). You can wander freely onto public transport, and you are trusted to buy a ticket. You can drink a beer in the park, or on the pavement outside a bar, and you're trusted not to act like a drunken fool.

You can't do those things in Australia because we live in a nanny state with a lot of rules, and we live in a nanny state with a lot of rules because there are some people out there who really need to be nannied. We don't all need it. But we have to put up with it because others do.

Europe, of course, isn't an idiot-free wonderland, but there does seem to be enough personal responsibility – particularly when it comes to alcohol – to negate the need for many of the rules that hold non-idiotic Australians back over here.

People don't go too crazy in Europe, so they can do things like drink in public places. Go to the Englischer Garten in Munich and you'll see people dropping entire crates of beer into the river to keep them cold for the day, helping themselves as the long afternoon unfolds, having a nice time, not bothering others. There are no idiots.

In Australia, meanwhile, harsh lockout laws are needed to stop violence on the streets. Strictly policed council approval is needed before bar patrons can move out onto a street. And even then they are roped off, tightly controlled.

No one can stand around in a town square in Sydney or Melbourne or Brisbane and sip drinks in the afternoon sun. Compare this to the scene in Seville, or Rome, or Berlin, where people of all ages gather in plazas and piazzas to drink a few beers and eat a few snacks. It's peaceful; it's fun. There are no idiots.

Or try San Sebastian, where bartenders will serve you food and drinks all night without ever asking for a single cent of payment, because you're trusted to own up to your bill when you decide to leave. This system works, because there are no idiots who walk out without paying.

Australia, unfortunately, has idiots. It has enough people who will abuse the system, who will make drunken fools of themselves out on the street, who will get violent, who will be too noisy, who will steal things, to warrant ruining the fun for the vast majority who wouldn't dream of doing any of that.

It's not just the drunks, of course, who ruin the fun. There are other, lesser idiots around.

Consider those who move to trendy, lively neighbourhoods and start making complaints about the noise. It seems to happen constantly – music venues shut down; bars close early.

In the Roman suburb of Pigneto recently I sat at a bar on a pedestrianised street and listened to an eight-piece jazz band busking on the pavement next door. They played until midnight. People danced on the street. No one complained. Where can you do that in Australia?

There are those here, too, who complain about any daring or contentious public artwork, things like the rainbow pedestrian crossing we once had on Oxford Street in Sydney. Those complaints are inevitably heard and acted upon, rendering our cities free of the weird and interesting and amazing sculptures and murals you see all over almost every Western European city.

There's a danger in Australia now of everything becoming too bland with overregulation. In catering for the idiots, in stopping them from doing any harm or anything that could offend, we're ending up with cookie-cutter neighbourhoods and soulless suburbs, places that lack a sense of individuality and a sense of community within.

We have so many rules here that seem to stifle creativity and spontaneity and fun. And unfortunately we can only blame that on the few. The idiots.

The 20 most tolerant countries....tasman1 » Post #1

Tue Apr 11, 2017 21:43 in General Talk

The 20 most tolerant countries

Luxembourg
Canada
New Zealand
Iceland
Ireland
Uruguay
Netherlands
Finland
Belgium
Portugal
Norway
Australia
Denmark
Sweden
United Kingdom
Spain
Malta
Switzerland
Costa Rica
Slovenia



The 20 least tolerant countries

Afghanistan
Sudan
Yemen
Egypt
Iran
Libya
Mauritania
The Central African Republic
Russia
Democratic Republic of Congo
Iraq
China
Chad
Algeria
Swaziland
Belarus
Saudi Arabia
Pakistan
Comoros
Tajikistan

The 20 "happiest" countries ...tasman1 » Post #1

Tue Apr 11, 2017 21:17 in General Talk

The 20 "happiest" countries (Happy Planet Index):

Costa Rica
Mexico
Colombia
Vanuatu
Vietnam
Panama
Nicaragua
Bangladesh
Thailand
Ecuador
Jamaica
Norway
Albania
Uruguay
Spain
Indonesia
El Salvador
The Netherlands
Argentina
The Philippines

It means that Switzerland, Denmark and Australia, traditionally considered among the best places in which to live, are down in 24th, 32nd and 105th, respectively, while Costa Rica takes the top spot for the second year running - ahead of Mexico and Colombia. Norway is the highest ranked European country, at 12th, the UK trails in 34th, while the US limps home in 108th.

Wealthy Western countries, often seen as the standard of success, do not rank highly on the Happy Planet Index," it explains. "Instead, several countries in Latin America and the Asia Pacific region lead the way by achieving high life expectancy and wellbeing with much smaller Ecological Footprints. The Happy Planet Index provides a compass to guide nations, and shows that it is possible to live good lives without costing the Earth."

Bottom of the pile is Chad, followed by - surprisingly - Luxembourg, a country with the second highest per capita GDP in the world.
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