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Completely unexpected » Post #5

Wed Apr 05, 2017 06:07 in General Talk

hlrive wrote: I got ducks, and chickens lol, which one you prefer for me to foit through the computer lol



Duck , send via e-mail

Time in Jail » Post #3

Wed Apr 05, 2017 05:59 in General Talk

Nikorj wrote: I don't know Tas.

Only done jail time in monopoly, So i would probably bring some dices along.

2 5's, Can i go now :mrgreen:



No , You can not go now , shame on you
What kind of person is some who was never in jail

Time in Jail » Post #1

Wed Apr 05, 2017 03:25 in General Talk

If You finish in jail how will you use your time

Proof World is Doomed » Post #7

Wed Apr 05, 2017 00:37 in General Talk

Story from U.S.A.....in reality story of the world today

Stagnant wages, and prolonged unemployment and underemployment have meant that many Americans continue to struggle to save. Finding it difficult to build wealth through homeownership has also impeded many individuals and families from making progress in meeting their savings needs, according to a national survey released Monday.

The survey found that only about one-third of Americans say they’re making “good” or “excellent” savings progress, while nearly two-thirds are making only “fair” or “no” progress.

The survey found the issue for many Americans, regardless of income level, is the ability to spend less than they make and save the difference.

“Only about one-third of Americans are living within their means and think they are prepared for the long-term financial future,” said Stephen Brobeck, executive director of the Consumer Federation of America, which commissioned the survey along with the American Savings Education Council (ASEC) and the Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI).

tasty tuesday 04.04.'17 » Post #3

Wed Apr 05, 2017 00:17 in Success Stories

nice . but how tasty .....as a bacon or ????

Proof World is Doomed » Post #3

Tue Apr 04, 2017 23:56 in General Talk

dutch1898 wrote: I am so happy that neither my wife or I have any debts at all.
We might not have much,but not having debts makes us
pretty rich. :D



I agrre with you 100%


Look at this data
One in 3 living beyond their means.......wow , that is sick

Proof World is Doomed » Post #1

Tue Apr 04, 2017 23:50 in General Talk

According to figures from the Institute of International Finance (IIF), global levels of debt held by households, governments, financials and non-financial corporates jumped by over $US70 trillion in the past decade to a record high of $US215 trillion, equating to 325% of global GDP.

End , be prepared

Completely unexpected » Post #2

Tue Apr 04, 2017 22:21 in General Talk

You talk to much .just send one here for today diner

****** » Post #8

Tue Apr 04, 2017 17:57 in General Talk

pipster1234...... since PP is gone from here how many xoxly ads you have daily , 100?, 200? 300? or more

****** » Post #6

Tue Apr 04, 2017 17:32 in General Talk

pipster1234 wrote: "Big advertiser will not come here if we do not have PP"

why? you think they pay via paypal?? get real they send a check in the mail.

paypal bans anything that they "think" is get rich quick. reason behind this is they do not want to have a bunch of accounts asking them where the money is, if the site closes up.

to be honest getting rid of paypal allows the admin to free up some cash, as they need to have a lot of money on hold with paypal to cover people cashing out.

by big advertiser i guess you mean like ncrave, social vibe, xoxo, etc??? all they want is traffic so people see the ads on the sites. they could careless how you pay those people as long as they are the right demographic groups.




Hmmm , and if no PP here people who earn few cent here will stay but folks who earn few buck daily will not
no chance for me to stay here if PP not come back
Remember since PP gone ClixSense gone to 39th place on EMS , and you still hope big advertiser will come here ?

Microchips implants is here begin. Robot invasion! » Post #9

Tue Apr 04, 2017 17:09 in General Talk

charez wrote: Yeah microships aren't new. it's over 15-20 years old. In my country we use this for dogs and cats since severals years. In Spain it is used as wallet for a night club.
Also search for Project Cyborg 1.0 from a UK engineer. He made the promise to create a chip that allows two humans to speak using telepathy, he says in the future, there will be "two distinct species", the upgraded and the "natural". "Those who wish to stay human and refuse to improve will have a serious handicap. They will be a sub species and form the chimpanzees of the future




Will like to stay ..natural .. if I have to be chimpanzee so let it be. humans are shit anyway

****** » Post #4

Tue Apr 04, 2017 16:59 in General Talk

No problem ever here with PP , the best and only one trusted and normal

Since no PP here we are gone to 39 place on EMS and continue to go down

Big advertiser will not come here if we do not have PP

Time for Admin to make choice , PP and no ads or continue just like small PTC site and have few ads [ for how long ??? ]

SURVEYS ITS A COOL DAY » Post #4

Tue Apr 04, 2017 05:06 in Success Stories

cool

This is a very good game in clix grid. » Post #2

Mon Apr 03, 2017 22:38 in Your Stats

Hate .......chances
Love ......you won

How do I find my sponsor? » Post #5

Mon Apr 03, 2017 22:30 in General Talk

The best way is to use GPS [Global Positioning System ]

Pure Love....tasman1 » Post #1

Mon Apr 03, 2017 01:59 in General Talk

An elderly couple who were married for 71 years have died just four minutes apart.

Wilf Russell and his wife Vera, from Leicester in the UK, had been inseparable for 71 years, spending every night together except for when Wilf went to Africa during World War II.

But that all changed just three months ago when Wilf was hospitalised with Dementia at the Magna Carta care home in Wigston.
His wife Vera would spend every day by his side, but three weeks ago she learned that Wilf no longer recognised her.

Vera was then hospitalised at the Leicester Royal Infirmary, just three kilometres away.

The couple's granddaughter, Stephanie Welch, told the Leicester Mercury: "I think she was waiting for him to go. She was broken-hearted."

Wilf, aged 93, passed away at 6.50am on Wednesday morning last week.

Just four minutes later, Vera died. Her last words to Welch were: "We're a pair, aren't we?"

According to family, Vera didn't know Wilf had died.

Welch said the pair were family oriented and "really loved us all".

The family plan to hold a joint funeral for couple.

medicinal c.......tasman1 » Post #1

Mon Apr 03, 2017 01:17 in General Talk

Medicinal marijuana importation approved by Federal Government...

Medical Cannabis Available For Sale In Australia In Just Weeks

They are now legal and on share market now

Invested a bit , good or bad idea???



not sure if this post is against TOS
This stuff is legal now in Australia

Nirvana.......tasman1 » Post #1

Sun Apr 02, 2017 22:44 in General Talk

Today I an in Nirvana state

I do nothing
I earned nothing
I do not talk
I do not see
I do not eat or drink
My mind is empty
Hate nobody , love nobody

Have no worry
I do not care for anything or anybody

I just sit on my verandah
Nice sunny day
So niiiiiiice , so gooooood

robotic age boon or curse.....? » Post #14

Sun Apr 02, 2017 04:36 in General Talk

hyldig wrote: Tasman . What would the result be if Brain and Brain multiply ? Brainiacs ? If so you might have a good idea worth testing . :lol:


Have one brain and that is to much for me , what I will do with 2 ??? Sell one , but who will buy my brainless brain

robotic age boon or curse.....? » Post #9

Sun Apr 02, 2017 03:19 in General Talk

Robots takes over , still 10-20% of all people will have job , robots still can not do all kind of job

High skilled folks will still have job

Problem , most people in the world are not skilled , poor education etc

How will they survive ?

Rich will never accept to give poor free money

My opinion , in next 20-30 years planet will have 9-10 billion people

7-8 billion will perish from this world from hunger . population will go back to 1 billion

Do not think rich are good people , rich give 1 dollar only if they can have 10 back ,,, example Bill Gates makes on avg 6-7 dollar from every dollar he give to charity

World is doomed , be rich , educated or vanish forever , end is near for most
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