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Creepy ..........tasman1 » Post #3

Sat Nov 03, 2018 22:42 in General Talk

suraraj wrote: In India the only option is hanging utill death. No other forms of execution is carried out by the country

That is nice one [ if they are in wrong ]

Dead penalty is best ever humans invention

Creepy ..........tasman1 » Post #1

Sat Nov 03, 2018 20:03 in General Talk

A death row inmate’s final words were ‘let’s rock’ moments before he was executed by electric chair in Tennessee in the US.

Edmund Zagorkski, 63, was pronounced dead at 7.26pm local time on Thursday at a Nashville maximum-security prison, officials said.

Asked if he had any last words in the death chamber, the inmate said, “let’s rock” shortly before the execution was carried out.

Zagorksi, convicted of robbing and murdering two men in 1983, was the first man to be executed by electric chair in Tennessee since 2007.

Before the execution, he reportedly alternated between grimacing and smiling as he lay strapped down and that a sponge was placed on his head and then a shroud over his face.

In opting for the electric chair over a lethal injection as Tennessee allowed him, Zagorski had argued it would be a quicker and less painful way to die.

He became only the second person to die in the electric chair in Tennessee since 1960. Nationwide, only 14 other people have been put to death in the electric chair since 2000, including a Virginia inmate in 2013.

The execution was carried out shortly after the US Supreme Court on Thursday evening denied the inmate’s request for a stay.

Zagorski’s lawyer had argued that it was unconstitutional to force him to choose between the electric chair and lethal injection.

The state came close to administering a chemical injection to the 63-year-old inmate three weeks ago, a plan halted by Tennessee’s governor when Zagorski exercised his right to request the electric chair.

The Supreme Court’s statement said Justice Sonia Sotomayor was the dissenting voice, noting Zagorski’s decision to opt for the electric chair.

“He did so not because he thought that it was a humane way to die, but because he thought that the three-drug cocktail that Tennessee had planned to use was even worse,” Ms Sotomayor said in the statement.

“Given what most people think of the electric chair, it’s hard to imagine a more striking testament – from a person with more at stake – to the legitimate fears raised by the lethal-injection drugs that Tennessee uses.”

Zagorski was convicted of the April 1983 killings of two men during a drug deal. Prosecutors said Zagorski shot John Dotson and Jimmy Porter and then slit their throats after robbing the two men after they came to him to buy marijuana.

In Tennessee, condemned inmates whose crimes occurred before 1999 can choose the electric chair – one of six states that allow such a choice.

The US Supreme Court has never ruled on whether use of the electric chair violates the 8th Amendment ban on cruel and unusual punishment, but it came close about 20 years ago after a series of botched electrocutions in Florida.

02/11/2018 earned $3.46 » Post #2

Sat Nov 03, 2018 02:07 in Success Stories

very nice , doing better and better all the time , next year will be your year

missing survey credited » Post #2

Sat Nov 03, 2018 00:42 in Success Stories

very good , glad they paid you

3.63+4.48 [ Last 2 day ]........tasman1 » Post #3

Sat Nov 03, 2018 00:03 in Success Stories

alfamart wrote: Good job honey

Here my stats today

Tasks 62 tasks $3.32
Surveys 3 surveys $1.87
Offers Optional $0.00
Total earned: $5.19
EXTRA BONUSES (complete the requirements to unlock)
ClixAddon Completed +2.0%
Activity Completed +2.0%
16.0%Congrats! The checklist is completed!
$0.8304Your bonus is currently standing at:

Cool , glad you do so good

3.63+4.48 [ Last 2 day ]........tasman1 » Post #1

Fri Nov 02, 2018 22:29 in Success Stories

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today's surveys » Post #2

Fri Nov 02, 2018 21:50 in Success Stories

Congrats :clap:

surveys » Post #3

Fri Nov 02, 2018 21:38 in Success Stories

glad you did, congrats

New Movies? » Post #24

Fri Nov 02, 2018 02:02 in General Talk

Nikorj wrote: Ahh a Classic :)

This is a very sick piece of art, Is it really from Austria :?:

The games are not that funny if i remember it correctly :mrgreen:

Yes original is from Austria made 1997 but there is remake from 2007 [ not bad but far from original ]

For lost souls ......tasman1 » Post #7

Fri Nov 02, 2018 00:20 in General Talk

The monsters within ourselves
become our best friends,
when they look at the mirror through our eyes, as you speak in your mind, they nod
in agreement.
Confirming that you aren’t the only one who’s insecure.
A comfort, a beauty and the beast.
A sense of secure

I sit here Alone


I ponder

And I wonder

I think

And I drink

I dream

And I scream

I cry

And…I cry

01/11/18 good and bad day $4.56-$1.12=3.44 » Post #2

Fri Nov 02, 2018 00:12 in Success Stories

still finish on positive note [3.44 ], congrats

4.24 OK start for Novembar....tasman1 » Post #1

Thu Nov 01, 2018 22:54 in Success Stories

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Congrats! The checklist is completed!
Your bonus is currently standing at:

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october month earnings- $54.84 » Post #4

Thu Nov 01, 2018 17:16 in Success Stories

Nice , congrats and hope you will do more next month

skrill » Post #10

Thu Nov 01, 2018 03:57 in General Talk

Last time I used skrill was 3 day ago and 7 day ago got money from CS, did transfer a bit over 200.00 to my bank acc , no problem , perfect , got money on time yesterday

New Movies? » Post #22

Wed Oct 31, 2018 18:39 in General Talk

OK folks , you like to be scared . piss your paint and be traumatized ? look for this one

Funny Games , from Austria made in 1997

For lost souls ......tasman1 » Post #6

Wed Oct 31, 2018 18:23 in General Talk

She smiles, I cry.
She is outgoing, I am shy.
She loves, I am alone.
She is amazing, I am unknown.

I am sad and lonely,
Having nobody to comfort me,
So I wore a mask that always smile
To hide my feelings behind a lie.

My smile hides my tears.
My laugh hides my screams.
It's been this way for years.
Things aren't as they seem.

Wonderful end of october » Post #2

Wed Oct 31, 2018 17:17 in Success Stories

Cool , let us hope Novembar will be same or better , congrats

[ Do not forget to update your profile every month ]

my best record » Post #2

Wed Oct 31, 2018 17:15 in Success Stories

Nice , congrats and wish you do more from now

skrill » Post #2

Wed Oct 31, 2018 03:14 in General Talk

My opinion ... It is trusted , I have skrill , validated , no problem ever

Told You , Justice in world is fake..tasman1 » Post #9

Tue Oct 30, 2018 22:52 in General Talk

The widening and deepening of capitalism, which many economists misname globalization, has had traumatic impacts on workers. Sped up by what has been called neoliberalism (basically, the political program of modern global capital), the growing penetration of capitalist production and consumption relationships around the globe has literally pitched workers from pillar to post. For example, the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) has forced hundreds of thousands of Mexican peasants and wage workers to abandon their home country and migrate to the United States. Similarly, government austerity and “free market” programs—curbing food and health subsidies to the poor, closing and selling state enterprises, suppression of worker and peasant protests, and the like—in countries like India and China have deprived many workers of what security they had attained and pushed peasants from their land into cities.

In the world’s rich nations, neoliberalism has dictated an assault on workers, with massive cutbacks in social welfare spending, legal protections, health care, and pensions. At the same time, production has been rapidly transformed in such a way that many workplaces can function profitably with only a small core of full-time workers. The remaining workforce consists of part-time and full-time workers laboring as independent contractors or employees of firms to which work has been outsourced. To make this system function effectively, there has to be a large pool of easily exploited men and women seeking employment. Newly arrived immigrants and displaced domestic workers fit the bill exactly. They supply the labor demanded by the radically restructured workplaces.

In the United States—poster child for the neoliberal model—there now exists an enormous class of poor workers, left to their own devices and made up both of immigrants and native-born. They are desperate for work and willing to accept low wages, long hours, and abhorrent working conditions. They are chronically short of money and are typically without access to things more well-off people take for granted, one of the most important of which is the services of banks, especially credit. Without such access, they may be unable to cash a paycheck, obtain phone service, have utilities connected, buy furniture, purchase a car, and rent or own housing. But just as a reserve army of labor sets employers to licking their chops and brings forth entirely new groups of exploiting “entrepreneurs,” so too the considerable sums of money in the hands of the entire class of poor workers create new groups of predatory lenders, salivating at the opportunity to steal this money.

Capitalism , think it is time to kill it
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