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OPTIMIST or PESSIMIST » Post #1

Tue May 24, 2016 05:41 in General Talk

There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle (Albert Einstein).

We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars (Oscar Wilde).

The pessimist complains about the wind; the optimist expects it to change; the realist adjusts the sails (William Arthur Ward).

Fact ... Rich Australia or Poor ???? » Post #2

Tue May 24, 2016 02:00 in General Talk

Australia has around $2 trillion in unconsolidated household debt relative to $1.6 trillion in GDP. Australia’s ratio is 123.08%, while Denmark’s fell slightly to 122.99% in the third quarter of 2015, a marginal difference of 9 basis points. Although Denmark holds the record in terms of peak debt of 140.14% in the last quarter of 2009, as Australia continues to leverage and Denmark deleverages the current gap between the two will widen. Apart from Switzerland (which alongside Denmark has a negative interest rate), no other country is close in terms of having such extreme household sector debts. The UK ratio is 85.9% while in the US it is 79.1%.

Fact ... Rich Australia or Poor ???? » Post #1

Tue May 24, 2016 01:53 in General Talk

The results are in: Australian households have more debt compared to the size of the country’s economy than any other in the world. Economist Philip Soos reports.

RESEARCH BY the Federal Reserve has shown the consolidated household debt to GDP ratio increased the most for Australia between 1960 and 2010 out of a select group of OECD nations. Australia’s household sector has accumulated massive unconsolidated debt compared with other countries.

As of the third quarter of 2015, it now has the world’s most indebted household sector relative to GDP, according to LF Economics’ analysis of national statistics.
Denmark long held this unholy accomplishment, but has been slowly deleveraging over the last several years as its housing bubble peaked and burst during the GFC.


Australia ...Poor but we play Rich .... reality , here we are very poor but we still call it ,Lucky Country....wow

Americans. You need to read this. » Post #17

Tue May 24, 2016 00:41 in General Talk

valerie wrote: Oh bologna!


Bologna [ Bologna is the largest city (and the capital) of the Emilia-Romagna Region in Italy


valerie , i do not understand , what is problem in Bologna

who else loves clixsence » Post #3

Tue May 24, 2016 00:08 in Your Stats

I love nice girls

Americans. You need to read this. » Post #6

Mon May 23, 2016 21:33 in General Talk

Will try to read it my friend but today i forgot English , must be my age
hope will not finish in jail , i know we MUST read it

Pure Future Company » Post #5

Mon May 23, 2016 19:25 in General Talk

libertyed wrote: So tell me, what's that got to do with the working man :? :? :? :?


No working man man in future

Voters never ask » Post #6

Sun May 22, 2016 20:59 in General Talk

lotoole wrote: If you were to select a president based on their answers to your questions and you only get to ask five questions, what would those questions be?



I will ask just this....... We are the one who elected You , why do you work behind closed door ?

Voters never ask » Post #4

Sun May 22, 2016 20:23 in General Talk

Why >>>> to make it ..HOME... It takes few generations for people to adapt

Voters never ask » Post #2

Sun May 22, 2016 19:08 in General Talk

ProAdCo wrote:
Voters never ask the right questions and always vote for the wrong reasons



Or......Voters have no right to ask right question ,,,

Tax the Rich or Kill the Poor » Post #5

Sun May 22, 2016 06:37 in General Talk

Politicians just doing what greedy are ordering , fix rich and you will fix politicians

Global Love no Hate » Post #32

Sun May 22, 2016 06:27 in General Talk

Who is right , who is wrong , what is right today was not right yesterday but can be wrong tomorrov . Who know , it all depend on your education , your place of living , your parent , your friends , your place of work . live another place and you will have another opinion .You are not You but You are what is around You .

What is right , what is wrong , who is normal who is not

NO IDEA AND NOT A GOD TO GIVE YOU ANSWER

Seven billion souls , seven billion different opinion , maybe nobody is right and nobody is wrong

Tax the Rich or Kill the Poor » Post #1

Sun May 22, 2016 03:42 in General Talk

Wealth is essentially finite. There’s only so much to go around.

When a nation’s wealth is concentrated in the hands of a few, the rest of its citizens are left with little more than long days of struggle, painful progress and unattainable dreams. We see it in the Middle East, in Africa and Asia, and in Third World countries where rulers and their cliques soak up all the wealth like so much gravy.

And we are seeing it today in America.

It won’t be long before we reach the tipping point, when students won’t have money for college, cities won’t have money for schools and libraries, governments won’t have money for basic services, and the poor won’t have anywhere to turn.

It seems as if we’re living in a Charles Dickens novel where the same Dickensian actors — greed, hard-heartedness, self-righteousness and moral vacuity — have once again stepped center stage to suggest, by their actions if not their words, that it might be better for the poor to die and decrease the surplus population.

No matter that those actions are thinly disguised behind Big Lies repeated over and over by agents and tools of the wealthy — by newspapers and TV stations owned by the rich, by a political process and Supreme Court controlled by the rich, by sound bites and legislation pushed by rich politicians — that taxes are unfair, that corporations are people, that the wealthiest among us have no obligation to assist the poorest, that government exists to protect wealth rather than its citizens, and that the surest way to help the poor is to advance the purpose and cause of the wealthy.

How can we still be talking about trickle down economics when so little wealth ever actually trickles down?

If you accept one basic premise — that wealth is finite — then all the financial, economic and social upheaval in our country starts to make sense. There isn’t enough to go around when one sector gets a lock-tight grip on the purse and the purse strings. Once that happens, with so little left on the table, those of us who aren’t rich find ourselves battling each other for an ever-dwindling share of the pie. Programs compete against programs. The needy compete with the needy. Infants battle the elderly and the poor for nutrition allocations. Recovering alcoholics challenge the homeless and disabled veterans for shelter dollars. Sesame Street scraps for funds needed to regulate Wall Street. All the while, the public sector continues to implode and gentrification cruelly pushes families and poor people out of their homes.

The recent attack on public sector unions in Wisconsin is merely the edge of the scythe as it begins to mow down the social contract we grew up with and came to expect from a civilized society. Collective bankruptcy is the problem, not collective bargaining!

Tax breaks for the wealthy that began with Ronald Reagan and continued under George W. Bush were beyond obscene, as are the bone-deep cuts to government programs now regularly enacted by a government bled dry of its assets by the Republican Party under the guise of fiscal responsibility. By protecting their excessive assets, the wealthy among us are endangering the lives and livelihoods of so many others. Children will go hungry; students will forgo college; retirees will see their pensions cut; people will lose their jobs and homes; many will go without winter heating fuel; cities will lay off police, teachers and firemen; while the health of our poorest citizens will dramatically decline — all so that a small group of wealthy individuals can amass and accumulate ever more and more money.

Tax the rich or kill the poor? What would Charles Dickens have done?

Inactivity leading to auto aignout (daily) » Post #3

Sat May 21, 2016 18:15 in General Talk

samkizzle wrote: I'm used to getting kicked out if I've been away from the site too long but recently, it seems like it's been kicking me out a lot quicker. Has anyone else noticed something like this? I assume if no one has, I might be imagining it.

It is same here few time in last week i finished survey and when finished it it say i am loged out .... but paid every time , no damage done ... looks like if you loged in and start survey you will still be paid

Rulers of the World ... » Post #1

Sat May 21, 2016 04:51 in General Talk

Rothschild (Bauer or Bower)
Bruce
Cavendish (Kennedy)
De Medici
Hanover
Hapsburg
Krupp
Plantagenet
Rockefeller
Romanov
Sinclair (St. Clair)
Warburg (del Banco)
Windsor (Saxe-Coburg-Gothe)


No comments from me

Human biggest enemy will be the machine? » Post #28

Sat May 21, 2016 03:17 in General Talk

davidbugs wrote: You heard Wendy planning to replace all their workers using kios machine. The wars has began between humans vs the machine?

In 20 years I don't know what going on with this planet. All our jobs been replace by robot? Everybody will be clicking ads on Clixsense, gpt and promote ebook.

Human have no choice to married their robot for survivor? :lol:



DB , never forget that humans are going 2 steps forward , 1 step backward . We are due now for 1 step backward

In 20 years I will welcome You and the rest of the world to the year 1800. [ Why do You think i am looking to buy second hand donkey ]

Clinton declares Trump a 'threat' to US democracy » Post #1

Fri May 20, 2016 06:35 in General Talk

Read first before you answer

Hillary Clinton on Thursday blasted her likely general election rival Donald Trump as a threat to US democracy and declared him unqualified to be president, unleashing some of her toughest criticism yet of the Republican presumptive nominee.

"The threat that Donald Trump poses is so dramatic to our country, to our democracy and our economy,



But vote for him is peoples democratic right............or is it ?
What if people vote for Communist or Dictator or Sadam or Adolf ?
Will they accept or not . Is democracy just ,,,, you have right to do JUST WHAT WE TELL YOU ?

My opinion ...........It is all fake and we are just slave and will stay slaves forever

Pure Future Company » Post #3

Fri May 20, 2016 03:46 in General Talk

The latest statistics on company size, employment and turnover show a rising number of companies with no employees, mirroring the rise in self employment.

Earlier this year NPI released a short report looking at how the sizes of firms in the UK had changed between 2000 and 2014. The number of firms with zero employees had grown a lot, while the number of large and medium sized firms had only grown a little.

ONS and BIS released new statistics for 2015 last week. What they showed was, broadly, a continuation of those trends. The number of firms with zero employees grew again, and by more than other sized firms.

best site. » Post #7

Fri May 20, 2016 02:36 in General Talk

Fellow wrote:
zegon wrote: Arid knowledge :

3,147,472,555 views / 6,147,203 users = 512 click per user...


Good talk Zegon :thumbup:




My PTC Clicks today 9 total 38,018 . plus grid , plus , plus ......

my bad luck. » Post #2

Fri May 20, 2016 02:29 in General Talk

wow , 5 day ,,,,, i get it once a month , 10 cent if i am lucky


my friend . it is game of chance , if you win good , if not you still earn bonus daily
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