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Perfect survey answer » Post #4

Mon Dec 17, 2018 00:20 in General Talk

suraraj wrote: If you would have replied 2 wife you would have got 2 dollars :D :D

Ah yes , stupid me , will remember that next time , thanks

Perfect survey answer » Post #1

Sun Dec 16, 2018 22:27 in General Talk

They ask

Q. What are three things you want to buy?

A. Sports car better house new wife

You are good for this survey

Got my 33 cent , life not bad

Brutal Reality .............tasman1 » Post #11

Sat Dec 15, 2018 21:49 in General Talk

Late Yuan Warfare & Transition to Ming Dynasty
Death Toll Estimate: 30 Million

An Lushan Rebellion
Death Toll Estimate: 36 Million

Taiping Rebellion
Death Toll Estimate: 40 Million

Soviet Crimes
Death Toll Estimate: 49 Million

Mongol Conquests
Death Toll Estimate: 60 Million

World War 1
Death Toll Estimate: 65 Million

World War 2
Death Toll Estimate: 72 Million

European Colonization of the Americas
Death Toll Estimate: 100 Million....................................................First place , Golden medal in brutality , was sure we European will win this nice contest

First 15 day in Decemar bad...tasman1 » Post #1

Sat Dec 15, 2018 21:39 in Success Stories

Month $51.9734 Last Month $121.6284

Good Today Bad Yesterday....tasman1 » Post #1

Sat Dec 15, 2018 21:10 in Success Stories

Today $4.0498 Yesterday $1.5628

2.67 Pending credited ....tasman1 » Post #1

Sat Dec 15, 2018 16:33 in Success Stories

Sent 25 minutes ago
Pending Survey Credited - You have now been credited $2.67 for the Project #3350169 that you completed on 15 Nov 2018.

Checklist bonus » Post #2

Sat Dec 15, 2018 15:44 in Your Stats

very good , congrats

Can I cut old phone wires? » Post #18

Sat Dec 15, 2018 15:37 in General Talk

valerie wrote: It's a small town that was very popular years ago for mineral water.
People would come from every where to drink the water for health.
Some people moved here for the mineral water.

Altho not mountainous, at least not what I would call a mountain,
the town is up some elevation and what I would call hills. So many
years ago, coal and some other minerals were mined here.

I had to down size after my husband passed away. My sister lives
here in this town and she wanted me to move over here and her
husband is not in good health. She lives outside of the town in a
very remote country area. She won't live there if her husband
passes away. So I bought a house here and bought one large
enough so that she can move in with me if he passes away.
There's plenty of room and the house is a nice three bedroom
brick home. There is almost no land to it so not much upkeep

We have to look to our future when we start getting old. The
town population here is less than 5,000. The bank is only a
few blocks from my house, the dollar store only a few blocks
away, the grocery store only a few blocks away, insurance
office a few blocks away, the park only a few blocks away.
Everything is close and the town is safe and quiet. There is
only 3 houses on my block and mine is one of them. Across
the street is a large open field and only one house and it is
at the end.

It's also a lake area here. Very close to Kentucky Dam and
resort area. Many people that live here now are people that
like to live in a resort area, fish, boating, camping, hunting, etc.

This house was built in the 1970's and it is a nice house but
some things I am updating.

Sounds just perfect but only in normal world , not here
Only 5000 people here in Australia and you have nothing , maybe just few corner shops with huge cost , no hospital , only primary school , 1 or 2 doctors , maybe and so on and on , nothing , nobody invest in small place in Australia , they are forgoten

Tasmania is good example , with just 500 000 [ half million ] people and all prices 30-50% up compared to rest of Australia

For 1 saturday very good » Post #2

Sat Dec 15, 2018 14:59 in Success Stories

eYah , that is good for Sat , congrats for that

Slow here but did see blonde walking dog 3 time this Saturday and that is to very good :lol:

LOL survey » Post #3

Sat Dec 15, 2018 01:59 in Success Stories

Cool , that was good one , happen from time to time to all

Brutal Reality .............tasman1 » Post #9

Fri Dec 14, 2018 15:53 in General Talk

wildbillhickok wrote: Humanity was headed for a disaster since the beginning...

That's why we created the actual system, our modern society, where we have laws to control the bad instincts of the wicked men.

Yeah...sometimes those who write the rules of our society, our politicians, look like psychos... :mrgreen:

But you must to admit it we look way more "civilized" right now, The man used to fight wars with bow, sword, now with just the push of a button thousands can be killed. And with the advance of the AI, killer robots can be created...Just think about how much we advanced, in the future, the man that has a soul and is "full of reason, civilized and capable of feelling" won't have to do the dirty job...

Agree with you , we are now more ,, civilzed., we can kill now millions instant and in 10-20 years we will be perfect , kill all on planet INSTANT, kaboooom , no more nasty humans

Great Day Checklist » Post #2

Fri Dec 14, 2018 14:40 in Success Stories

Congrats my friend

Not at its Best...Satakas » Post #2

Fri Dec 14, 2018 01:34 in Success Stories

cool , again , top survey earner on CS , congrats

13/12/'18 very nice earnings » Post #2

Thu Dec 13, 2018 22:19 in Success Stories

A big wow again :xthumbup:

today's surveys » Post #2

Thu Dec 13, 2018 16:24 in Success Stories


Christmas Holiday Promotion... !!! » Post #3

Thu Dec 13, 2018 15:13 in General Talk

It will be nice but not sure we will have it this year , this is new world now

I plan to stop this kind of work , maybe this year , so it will be nice for me to go to history with bonus , not for sake of money but for nice memory

65 now , no point to continue working

Low Earnings! » Post #2

Thu Dec 13, 2018 01:06 in Success Stories

crying genius , survey master

Checklist done » Post #2

Wed Dec 12, 2018 21:32 in Success Stories

Nice one , congrats

Can I cut old phone wires? » Post #16

Wed Dec 12, 2018 21:30 in General Talk

Darkstar2 wrote:
valerie wrote: I seriously doubt tasman1 that you will be coming to the USA house hunting but
even so, I doubly doubt you would be interested in living in an old coal mining town.

Secondly, I am not selling my house...only just bought this house.

Isn't it funny how topics get way off topic? :lol:

That's what makes us UNIQUE :P

Yeah and even if tasman would want to buy your home, installation of landline wiring is simple and won't require tearing down your house :P Even if you cut out your wires in your walls, you still have the demarcation box outside your home, that stays there, so there is already an entrance in your house with the main wires, those can be used anytime to rewire for future generations who will live no your home and want to use such old technology at the time :lol:

But next time ask first cut later it could've been the wrong wire and..........KABOOOOM! :mrgreen:

KABOOOOM! ,Croatian translate = Flying Valerie

P.S. Mining town ? what are you doing there Valerie ?

Cashout 2 bottle of Whisky ...tasman1 » Post #5

Wed Dec 12, 2018 17:19 in General Talk

dutch1898 wrote: Just requested cashout to have a few extra $$ for the Holidays.
Pending Cashout $165.21 But as mine are send by check
and the Canadian Mail has a very large back up due to labor
disputes,I am not sure when that check will arrive.
No matter it is like money in the bank.

Ask to be paid in whiskey , you will get it in few day :lol: :lol:
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