Please wait...
HomeForumPosts by tasman1

Jump to
Members LoungeYour StatsSuccess StoriesPayment ProofsMember IntroductionGeneral TalkForo en EspañolCharla GeneralSoporte General y PagosInternationalPortugueseItalianFrenchGermanNederlandsGreekHindiUrduBengaliFilipinoIndonesianMalayArabicRomanianTurkishRussianBulgarianHungarianPolishEx-Yugoslavia
Posts by tasman1
Subscribe to this Member's RSS Feed
Topics Only   Topics & Replies

say Hi to all » Post #22

Mon Dec 05, 2016 19:20 in General Talk

pindokhan123 wrote: tasman you are so funny, its you that keeps this forum alive, stay happy and keep me laughing coz lately i been very depressed but you cheer me up everytime i read your posts.

btw wheres your wifey? why don't you get her to be your referral?


what ? my referral ?
she is wife, why give her another title ? one not enought?
at the end you will ask me to give her few more title , like , princess ? NO WAY
me still boss [ under kitchen table ]


can tell you more but we have silent day today here

say Hi to all » Post #20

Mon Dec 05, 2016 18:59 in General Talk

pindokhan123 wrote: :silent:


cool , I like it , we do not talk , we do not post , it is like holiday
I normaly post a lot here ...... but not today , not a single post yet from me and hope to continue that way all day

say Hi to all » Post #18

Mon Dec 05, 2016 18:43 in General Talk

hi, quiet day , nice , please be quiet today , no talk , no posting

What's the last movie or TV show you saw? » Post #11

Mon Dec 05, 2016 03:56 in General Talk

Shawhank Redemption ...Morgan Freeman and Tim Robbins....8/10

Real good one

How do you stay employed due robot invasion jobs? » Post #11

Mon Dec 05, 2016 02:39 in General Talk

What are You talking ? I am in Early Retirement
Why do You want me to work? Robots or people who care
And who want to work today ?
We are made to enjoy, not to work
We do not want to be working slave
We rule the universe
And what is that word ,,,WORK ,,
I never done that in my life, my hands are still virgin

Cool , Grid 50 cent ....tasman1 » Post #1

Mon Dec 05, 2016 01:51 in Success Stories

CONGRATULATIONS!
You have just won $0.50!
You have 46 chances left for today

I'm not lucky with Clixgrid Game » Post #4

Mon Dec 05, 2016 00:57 in Your Stats

first forget grid .......it is just a game of chance to get bonus
do every survey you can do regardles of pay ...more you do , more they give you and better pay
look for offers around the site
do vids , they come and go and clik adds
look a bit around site , there are many offers here


good luck

I'm not lucky with Clixgrid Game » Post #2

Mon Dec 05, 2016 00:39 in Your Stats

wow , do you understand what is clixgrid

and you earned full 59 cent in last 6 year , coll , that is huge , full 1 cent every 30 day
tell me a secret , will like to earn so much

Well, Thank you ClixSense. » Post #4

Sun Dec 04, 2016 22:53 in Success Stories

cool

Quitting smoking » Post #56

Sun Dec 04, 2016 22:11 in General Talk

Valerie , Valerie , 16.00 for pack ??? Not here , nothing under 20.00 here

I smoke a pack , same my wife ,,,, 40 a day combined
Cost per year ....14 600

max pension per person here ...15 500 per year

this is why we are going back to Croatia in 2 years time

Quitting smoking » Post #53

Sun Dec 04, 2016 21:37 in General Talk

CatMonster wrote: But doesn't alcohol cause bigger health problems ?
The government has steadily been increasing the tax on tobaco in europe over many years.
Because of this high tax on tobaco many have stopped smoking or switched to alternative means.
What i'm saying is that european governments are killing their own tax revenue from tobaco. Doesn't make any sense from a financial point of view.


catmonster , You wrong ... govt is not killing tax revenue but increasing

read about tobaco income and profit

Take British American Tobacco (BAT), one of the world’s largest tobacco companies. In 2006, it sold 691 billion cigarettes and had a market valuation of £29.6 billion. In 2014, it sold only 667 billion cigarettes but notched up a year-end valuation of £65.2 billion.

Similarly, Imperial Tobacco has boosted its profitability significantly over the past two decades. Its UK operating margin rose from 49% in 1996 to 68% last year. Remember though, that past performance is not an indicator of what could happen in the future.

One reason for this resilience is that it is easy for tobacco companies to raise prices. Tax accounts for most of the price of a typical premium-brand cigarette packet – in the UK, the figure is almost 80% – so consumers are unlikely to notice if the manufacturer adds a few pence to the overall cost. This incremental price-hiking has helped tobacco companies to make up for falling sales volumes.

Another is consolidation: many tobacco companies have been able to pool resources and cut costs by merging in recent years. The latest big deal was last summer’s US$27 billion (£17 billion) acquisition of Lorillard, America’s third-biggest player, by R.J. Reynolds, the second-biggest.

Widespread bans on tobacco advertising have also had the perverse effect of helping tobacco companies to boost their margins – because they no longer have to spend so much on marketing.

Quitting smoking » Post #51

Sun Dec 04, 2016 19:58 in General Talk

Monsanto Law

If your farm is next to Monsanto farm

Wind brings seed from Monsanto farm to your farm .........you pay conpensation to Monsanto

Wind brings seed from Your farm to Monsanto farm.........you pay conpensation to Monsanto

This is not a joke but real law

Quitting smoking » Post #49

Sun Dec 04, 2016 19:31 in General Talk

CatMonster wrote: But doesn't alcohol cause bigger health problems ?
The government has steadily been increasing the tax on tobaco in europe over many years.
Because of this high tax on tobaco many have stopped smoking or switched to alternative means.
What i'm saying is that european governments are killing their own tax revenue from tobaco. Doesn't make any sense from a financial point of view.



Europa ? My dear friend . by the law price must increase here every4 month
Australia , cheapest price , 22,00 for pack of 20
and govt say it will not stop until we pay 100,00 for pack of 20

Quitting smoking » Post #46

Sun Dec 04, 2016 19:06 in General Talk

CatMonster wrote: But why is it that there seems to be a hidden war against tobaco from all sides making it more expensive and harder to obtain while alcohol is available everywhere and cheap. Why is that ?
Shouldn't booze bottles also have pictures on them showing for example damaged livers similar like cigarette packages showing damaged lungs ?


Why ? Govt see more money in future selling drugs and more people will die from drugs , in short more money for govt

smokers are dying slowly , huge cost for govt
dying from strong drugs is fast , huge saving for govt

Believing in life after death? » Post #45

Sun Dec 04, 2016 16:58 in General Talk

pindokhan123 wrote: with brain power came clixsense tasman,so really we must all thank god for that :thumbup:




Poor Quality of life ,sitting in front of this idiotic box .............can not thank god for that

Quality in life...........Croatia , Adriatic Beach , sit on beach until I am dead

Believing in life after death? » Post #43

Sun Dec 04, 2016 15:42 in General Talk

Believing in life after death , Just another humans GREED

Give me more , I want more , I want it now

To give Humans more brain power was a biggest mistake ever [ Gods or Nature ]

Destruction

Believing in life after death? » Post #31

Sun Dec 04, 2016 02:28 in General Talk

stop , stop , you got it wrong .........that is msblahms post not my , i love you to much to tell you that

say Hi to all » Post #16

Sun Dec 04, 2016 02:19 in General Talk

topic of the year , gold medal , ups , must run back to toilet

Believing in life after death? » Post #24

Sun Dec 04, 2016 01:07 in General Talk

I honestly think humans gets so hung up on living forever because we feel like we don’t have enough time. We think that one lifetime just isn’t enough. We cling to the idea of eternity because it feels secure. I’ve had that same feeling multiple times during this finite life though. Have you ever felt the embrace of a loved one who kindly whispered to you, “You’re safe now” or “You don’t have to be afraid ever again”? In that moment you didn’t need reassurance that trillions of years would pass without a moment of discomfort. We can experience the miracle of that moment in the temporal way it was meant to be felt, eternity or not. I think many of us equate Heaven with such a feeling, like a hug that’s waiting for us on the other side to say that everything will be okay, the pain is over, you’re safe now. Who wouldn’t want that?

I don’t ridicule the idea of Heaven in general, or think those who seek it are merely small people looking for a way to cope with the fear of death. I do, however, believe that Heaven isn’t cheap. It goes much further than the superficial themes of pleasure and reward. Heaven is when you carry your kid on your shoulders after a sports game on the way back to your car. Heaven is when you walk across the stage to take your diploma from the president of the university. Heaven is emerging from poverty, or lowering ladders for others to climb out. It is a baby’s laughter, a negative cancer screening, or marriage vows renewed.

No, I do not believe what we seek is life eternal. We simply want to leave here on our terms, when we are good and ready. Are you ready to die? It’s okay if you’re not. Just stop waiting for Heaven.

How do you stay employed due robot invasion jobs? » Post #2

Sun Dec 04, 2016 01:05 in General Talk

Cool , We are going to be EXTINCT
Return to the forums index
All times displayed are EST - Server Time: May 26, 2019 22:58:36 EST