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75th Aniversary in cash out » Post #3

Sun Aug 28, 2016 23:43 in Success Stories

TessaJ15 wrote: Congratulations! :)

thx ,,, work hard and You can do same

75th Aniversary in cash out » Post #1

Sun Aug 28, 2016 23:22 in Success Stories

Just made my 75th cash out

Pending Payout $22.02

20,000 tasks » Post #3

Sun Aug 28, 2016 07:40 in Success Stories

congrats ...long way for me for that high number, hope to get it one day

My Completed Tasks today 0 total 11,254 earned $419.27 bonus $40.00

Last Clixgrid Win 16th May » Post #5

Sun Aug 28, 2016 07:34 in General Talk

checklist and bonuses are my game


bonuses...........Total Earned: $139.0471

You are His/her Majesty » Post #3

Sun Aug 28, 2016 07:25 in General Talk

My title

His Majesty tasman1 The Mercifull

You are His/her Majesty » Post #1

Sun Aug 28, 2016 04:21 in General Talk

Please add to Your title , it is free


Magnificent

Terrible

The Great

Mercifull

Son/Daughter of God

The One

Pitfull

free to add any choice yo like

survey's » Post #17

Sun Aug 28, 2016 00:31 in General Talk

valerie wrote: Maybe I should ask admin to create an 'Old Folks' sub forum. :thumbup: :silent:

old folks ??? bah
it is , geriatric and as oldest and most prominent here my title will be

El Presidente de la Geriatrico Mr tasman1

survey's » Post #14

Sat Aug 27, 2016 23:18 in General Talk

rpdesign wrote:
tasman1 wrote: another day , another few surveys and just finished YS , 8 min for 1.12 , not bad

try all surveys on all walls , any lenght , any pay and in future you will have more and better paid surveys
do not be scared to do 15 cent , 30 min survey ,
more you do , more you get

hey .... u got money! buy me a bottle of jacob creek, ok???? TQ ;)

Jacob creek coffee ?

100$ in a single month » Post #48

Sat Aug 27, 2016 22:13 in Your Stats

cool , congrats , proof we can earn here

survey's » Post #11

Sat Aug 27, 2016 21:53 in General Talk

another day , another few surveys and just finished YS , 8 min for 1.12 , not bad

try all surveys on all walls , any lenght , any pay and in future you will have more and better paid surveys
do not be scared to do 15 cent , 30 min survey ,
more you do , more you get

Waking up to 203$ from Clixsense » Post #5

Sat Aug 27, 2016 04:01 in General Talk

rpdesign wrote: i thought you having a BBQ tonight with salmon as main menu :)


yep he is having it but i think it is , girls only ,

Waking up to 203$ from Clixsense » Post #2

Sat Aug 27, 2016 03:39 in General Talk

Congrats, girls will kidnap you now

I'm New Here :) » Post #4

Sat Aug 27, 2016 00:27 in Member Introduction

wow , you earned 9 cent in 1 year

Maybe you can start working here . if you can earn just 1 cent a day that will be 3.65 a year
that will be huge compared to 9 cent a year

OR... dig a big hole in your garden , put 1 dollar in and it will grow to 1 million

Stop , Stop , Stop » Post #12

Sat Aug 27, 2016 00:13 in General Talk

valerie wrote: There was a show on not too many years ago about people that ate strange things.

There was a woman that ate nothing but french fries. It was almost hilarious. Her
freezer when she opened it, was full of bags of frozen french fries. She had a daughter
and her daughter was taking on her mother's same trait of eating nothing but french
fries.

Surprisingly when they tested the woman, she was in great physical condition.


yep , it happen to some people, but most will not live for long

We are what We eat trust me ,,, try to eat just a cat daily and in 30 day We will have cat Valerie as a mod
Miew will be your standard reply here

Irony on Grand scale » Post #1

Fri Aug 26, 2016 00:14 in General Talk

37% OF BILL GATES’ NET WORTH WOULD END WORLD HUNGER. INSTEAD, HE INVESTS BILLIONS OF DOLLARS INTO CORPORATIONS BLAMED FOR MANY OF THE SAME HEALTH ISSUES THE GATES FOUNDATION SEEKS TO CURE.
The Gates Foundation has investments in sixty-nine of the worst polluting companies in the US and Canada, including Dow Chemical. It holds stakes in pharmaceutical companies whose drugs cost far beyond what most AIDS patients around the world can afford. Other companies in the Foundation’s portfolio have been accused of transgressions including forcing thousands of people to lose their homes; supporting child labor; and defrauding and neglecting patients in need of medical care.

Stop , Stop , Stop » Post #7

Thu Aug 25, 2016 05:56 in General Talk

Tai Chi is anti-anxiety wonder, go slow , live long

Looks like another good day. » Post #6

Thu Aug 25, 2016 01:59 in Success Stories

cool

Stop , Stop , Stop » Post #4

Wed Aug 24, 2016 23:18 in General Talk

An analysis of 1,000 obituaries from The New York Times finds the average age of death for notable people varies depending upon their occupation. Athletes, performers, and creative types such as writers and artists died younger, on average, while people in business, politics, and the military hung on the longest

Stop , Stop , Stop » Post #2

Wed Aug 24, 2016 22:44 in General Talk

Be like a turtle , slooooooooooow and live 300 years

Stop , Stop , Stop » Post #1

Wed Aug 24, 2016 22:40 in General Talk

All mammals get roughly the same number of heart beats in life



It's a question that every runner is asked at some point: "Aren't you afraid you're using up all your heart beats by exercising so much?"

First of all, for the record, let's just do some simple math. Let's say you're a sedentary dude with a resting pulse of 60. Each day, your heart beats 24*60*60 = 86,400 times. Now let's say you're a real nut who takes up running, and works up until you can go for an hour every day with a pulse of 160 (which is likely an overestimate). As you get fitter, your resting pulse drops to 50. Now, in any given day, your heart beats 23*60*50 + 60*160 = 78,600 times. So in fact, by running, you're saving 7,800 beats every day!


If you have two healthy people exactly the same in physical fitness, age, blood pressure and so on, the person with the highest resting heart rate is more likely to have a shorter life span.

To me, it seems very easy to believe that lower resting pulse rates correlate -- in very broad strokes -- with longer life expectancies. The animal data certainly backs that up

Now ...stop doing everything and save Your heart beats....Expand your lifespam 15-20 years
Do NOTHING EVER , just breath and eat, slow , slow

Enjoy Life folks in sloooooow motion
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