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Earning in Bread Value » Post #4

Thu May 12, 2016 20:04 in General Talk

charez wrote: 250 gr about $0.87 (or about 0.43$ for fake bread from supermaket)
in 1975 it was 0.15$

in short can buy 383 loaf of bread [ 750 gram ]

Earning in Bread Value » Post #1

Thu May 12, 2016 19:37 in General Talk

Let say You can make 1000 dollars a year here . How many loaf of bread can You buy at Yours place of living

Australia [ Tasmania ] ..... avg price of one loaf is 4 dollar
1000 dollar can buy............250 loaf of bread [ on avg one loaf is 750 gram ]

I am Clicked » Post #13

Thu May 12, 2016 05:40 in General Talk

I Love You my Click

I love you so deeply,
I love you so much,
I love the sound of your voice
And the way that we touch.
I love your warm smile
And your kind, thoughtful way,
The joy that you bring
To my life every day.
I love you today
As I have from the start,
And I'll love you forever
With all of my heart.
I love You my CLICK

This CEO Made $6 Billion in 20 Minutes » Post #5

Thu May 12, 2016 00:47 in General Talk

harsha_vdn wrote: I remember many surveys with the queries like "Are you are a CEO/CFO/COO?" So Jeff can participate here too :lol:

yep he can and he probably will . 33 cent more for him :mrgreen:

I am Clicked » Post #12

Wed May 11, 2016 23:10 in General Talk

ProAdCo wrote: Oh my, poor soul. He's clicked his head off :shock:

Yes . my doctor told me to . Now i must use CLICKASTIN .2 tablet a day

I am Clicked » Post #9

Wed May 11, 2016 22:07 in General Talk

Click Generation..........earn here , click ... play games , click.... read news , click on election , click .... make love to your partner , click ..... look porno movies , click .... ask for cash out , click smart , your brain must click ....rapid click or we are dead

I am Clicked » Post #6

Wed May 11, 2016 19:09 in General Talk

ProAdCo wrote: Tasman1

I have to ask.

How much profit did you lose taking the time out to write up the topic, then manage the comments. :roll:

MONEY LOSS NOT IMPORTANT,but loss off clicks is huge...........clicking here , clicking another few site , over 1000 a day , over 500, 000 a year , click , click , clickman

I am Clicked » Post #4

Wed May 11, 2016 19:00 in General Talk

zegon wrote: :lol:

My brain is click...

not good . let us take a holiday , to CLICKLAND

I am Clicked » Post #1

Wed May 11, 2016 18:47 in General Talk

click 24/7 , i live to click , i eat click , i drink click . i talk click , my name is click click , i make click to my wife ,my friends are click and click , i dream click , all i see is click , on my grave it will be written click , i am married and have 3 click over 20 , i am over 60 cllck old


What to do when you are 80 » Post #11

Wed May 11, 2016 01:12 in General Talk

once i go to 70 my years will start going backwards and i will be 18 once again and do what all 18 years old are doing

This CEO Made $6 Billion in 20 Minutes » Post #2

Tue May 10, 2016 04:31 in General Talk

Billionare , yeh , but they can not be like mighty tasman1 ....CENT-ARE

This CEO Made $6 Billion in 20 Minutes » Post #1

Tue May 10, 2016 04:00 in General Talk

If you think you had a good day Thursday, but Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos had a really good Thursday: His net worth rose $6 billion in the span of just 20 minutes.

On the heels of a stellar Amazon earnings report, the tech giant executive saw the value of his 82.9 million shares in the company increase by more than 10% in after-hours trading, Fast Company reported. The jump made Bezos the fifth-richest man in the world, with a net worth of $53.7 billion. For a brief time Thursday, his net worth increased as high as $60 billion, surpassing Mexican business magnate Carlos Slim, who lost nearly $3.5 billion that afternoon

OPS they forget me . On that day i made 2.28 dollars [ Rich-Poor Gap getting smaller ]

Tops 1,235,000 + Pledge to Boycott Target » Post #101

Mon May 09, 2016 22:48 in General Talk

ProAdCo wrote:
1,205,000 plus have signed the Boycott Pledge

ahh . maybe i made a mistake telling it will be 1.4 million , it is going to slow now ... maybe it will finish just 1.3 million or less
still , it is not bad number

My cat is now captcha » Post #1

Mon May 09, 2016 01:55 in General Talk

My cat jumped in to the my laptop and become instantly ClixSense captcha

Please if you see her do not clik to hard on her . Thank You all

Stats 4 Sunday @11:58 PM » Post #2

Mon May 09, 2016 00:50 in Your Stats

Nice , You are a rich Lady now

Why did our brains stop expanding? » Post #8

Mon May 09, 2016 00:36 in General Talk

My opinion in this

intelligent people, athletic people, artistic people still exist - and still continue to marry and reproduce with those of similar interests. society has always categorised people into strictly superior, and inferior groups. ALL we see with the birth-rate here, is an accelerated gap between these groups.
the fact is the smartest of the smart and the fastest of the fast are still smarter and faster than they were 100 years ago. only the average has declined. human evolution for some is going UP, for the MAJORITY it is going DOWN.

Why did our brains stop expanding? » Post #5

Sun May 08, 2016 22:15 in General Talk

One thing is for sure: our species is changing. In particular, as our society becomes ever more complex, it is perhaps also becoming increasingly fragile. As we become adapted to an ever more artificial environment, we can only become more vulnerable – and what will happen when that artificial environment ceases to exist?

Why did our brains stop expanding? » Post #4

Sun May 08, 2016 22:05 in General Talk

BouldRake wrote: You ever had a kidney stone?

Now imagine your penis is a vagina, and the kidney stone is a baby. Now you understand why there's an optimal brain size that isn't necessarily larger.

I call it , LIMIT , hmmmmm and we still think one day we will be God [ my opinion We will be monkey again ]

Why did our brains stop expanding? » Post #2

Sun May 08, 2016 21:59 in General Talk

Sir David Attenborough: Humans have stopped evolving
Human beings have stopped evolving after becoming the only species to “put halt to natural selection of its own free will”, Sir David Attenborough has said,

Why did our brains stop expanding? » Post #1

Sun May 08, 2016 21:53 in General Talk

Why did our brains stop expanding?............In the forest the human brain was expanding and expanding at a phenomenal rate. Sometime at around 200,000 to 150,000 years ago, this process came to an end. The brain stopped expanding and started to shrink. This key point in our evolutionary journey has been noted but rarely addressed, and its significance comprehensively ignored. - See more at: Why did our brains stop expanding? | Ancient Origins

Christopher Ruff, of John Hopkins University, and his colleagues thoroughly analyzed the fossil record to determine the evolving body mass and brain size of the various Homo species leading up to us. The results show that the assumption of a straight progression from a pea-brained ancestor to the ultrabrainy modern Homo sapiens is decidedly shaky. Hominid brains appear to have remained fairly constant in size for a long period from some 1.8 million years ago until about 600,000 years ago. But then, from 600,000 to 150,000 years before the present, fossils show that the cranial capacity of our ancestors skyrocketed. Brain mass peaked at about 1,440 grams (3.17 pounds). Since then brain mass has declined to the 1,300 grams (2.87 pounds) that is typical today (Ruff 1997). - See more at: Why did our brains stop expanding? | Ancient Origins
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