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Some stupid advice on internet......tasman1

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#1 by tasman1 » Thu Jan 04, 2018 17:48

On internet one can find all kind of stupid advice

For me the most stupid are like this one

How to save $30,000 in 2018

Holly crap , that is worst kind in my opinion ......How can I save 30000 in a year if I do not earn 30000a year ????
Do they think that We are all rich ????
If that is a case why 30000? Why not a million , here is how , if your pay is 2 million spend just one million , vola , you saved a million

Stupid jurnalist , brainwashed from politicians and rich who are telling us all the time same shit ... lucky country , here we are all rich

Going to vomit
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#2 by valerie » Thu Jan 04, 2018 19:26

Yeah, it is tough for the average person to get ahead, not to mention the poor.

The other day they were talking about the new tax plan in the USA and about
the property tax. I'm not talking politics but I am saying I about fell out of my
chair listening to some people up in New Jersey, relaying their property tax for
the year............ $20,000, $35,000, $52,0000. :shock:

What the heck are people living on? Must be gold under their house.
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#3 by tasman1 » Thu Jan 04, 2018 19:39

valerie wrote: Yeah, it is tough for the average person to get ahead, not to mention the poor.

The other day they were talking about the new tax plan in the USA and about
the property tax. I'm not talking politics but I am saying I about fell out of my
chair listening to some people up in New Jersey, relaying their property tax for
the year............ $20,000, $35,000, $52,0000. :shock:

What the heck are people living on? Must be gold under their house.



or big number of credit cards and loans
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#4 by larryonly » Thu Jan 04, 2018 19:43

Probably many CEO's or Bank Managers living there.. Or maybe doctors ( actually surgeons ).
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#5 by ruthg » Fri Jan 05, 2018 00:23

valerie wrote: Yeah, it is tough for the average person to get ahead, not to mention the poor.

The other day they were talking about the new tax plan in the USA and about
the property tax. I'm not talking politics but I am saying I about fell out of my
chair listening to some people up in New Jersey, relaying their property tax for
the year............ $20,000, $35,000, $52,0000. :shock:

What the heck are people living on? Must be gold under their house.

Valerie, I lived in NJ on a small lot The taxes were so high that when we retired we could not afford to stay there. The monthly payment was higher then the mortgage payment. We sold out and moved to Alabama. 14 years ago. :D
I hear from family and friends that the taxes are even higher now.
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#6 by valerie » Fri Jan 05, 2018 09:08

ruthg wrote:
valerie wrote: Yeah, it is tough for the average person to get ahead, not to mention the poor.

The other day they were talking about the new tax plan in the USA and about
the property tax. I'm not talking politics but I am saying I about fell out of my
chair listening to some people up in New Jersey, relaying their property tax for
the year............ $20,000, $35,000, $52,0000. :shock:

What the heck are people living on? Must be gold under their house.

Valerie, I lived in NJ on a small lot The taxes were so high that when we retired we could not afford to stay there. The monthly payment was higher then the mortgage payment. We sold out and moved to Alabama. 14 years ago. :D
I hear from family and friends that the taxes are even higher now.

Yes, exactly. The people I saw and heard talking about their high property tax's, appeared
to be average income people. Of course, in the North, wages are usually much higher than
jobs in the South.

Pay more for property tax than the cost of the house. :o
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#7 by lotoole » Fri Jan 05, 2018 09:15

I keep watching the TV shows that depict couples retiring from the rat race and moving to countries where the cost of living is much lower. Of course one of the featured countries was Puerto Rico and that would not have worked out well for me.

Everything here is going up except my income. It's particularly hard for retirees.

Going off the grid sounds attractive but it's actually a lot of work.
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#8 by valerie » Fri Jan 05, 2018 09:41

Yep, there are many retirees today that have moved out of the USA for
a more attractive life style they can afford, else where.

A few years ago I had watched a news show......... 20/20 or 60 minutes, etc
and it was about retirees that had moved to a particular country but I don't
remember which it was. It wasn't Puerto Rico. They showed retired couples
that were living a vacation style life on very little retirement income.

More recently, they were showing people in the USA that had moved to
New Zealand.........a country that I have always wanted to visit. The
New Zealanders are getting a big angry about it because where once was
affordable housing, has increased in price due to the Americans moving in.

That's kind of like 'can't win for losing' because even low cost areas will often
increase in time.
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#9 by tasman1 » Fri Jan 05, 2018 16:00

valerie wrote: Yep, there are many retirees today that have moved out of the USA for
a more attractive life style they can afford, else where.

A few years ago I had watched a news show......... 20/20 or 60 minutes, etc
and it was about retirees that had moved to a particular country but I don't
remember which it was. It wasn't Puerto Rico. They showed retired couples
that were living a vacation style life on very little retirement income.

More recently, they were showing people in the USA that had moved to
New Zealand.........a country that I have always wanted to visit. The
New Zealanders are getting a big angry about it because where once was
affordable housing, has increased in price due to the Americans moving in.

That's kind of like 'can't win for losing' because even low cost areas will often
increase in time.



Yep , same is happening all around Western World ..... millions Australians moved to live to Thailand , Malaysia and few more places,
Here it is like this.,if you are pensioner continue to live here like garbage or move to place where you can live like king with Australian pension

Note ..... minimum Australian pension for husband and wife is around 32 000 dollar per year , shit, worthless money here but big money at many places around the word
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#10 by rpdesign » Fri Jan 05, 2018 23:38

indeed there are tons of American now retiring in Malaysia. if you are interested, Malaysia has a special program for foreigners who are eligible to reside here. check it out -> Malaysia My 2nd Home
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#11 by tasman1 » Fri Jan 05, 2018 23:43

rpdesign wrote: indeed there are tons of American now retiring in Malaysia. if you are interested, Malaysia has a special program for foreigners who are eligible to reside here. check it out -> Malaysia My 2nd Home


That is my wish but wife never listen [ time to find another one ]
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#12 by lovesuccess » Sat Jan 06, 2018 02:51

that cant happen i think that was a joke
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#13 by sofar2018 » Sat Jan 06, 2018 03:16

tasman1 wrote:
valerie wrote: Yep, there are many retirees today that have moved out of the USA for
a more attractive life style they can afford, else where.

A few years ago I had watched a news show......... 20/20 or 60 minutes, etc
and it was about retirees that had moved to a particular country but I don't
remember which it was. It wasn't Puerto Rico. They showed retired couples
that were living a vacation style life on very little retirement income.

More recently, they were showing people in the USA that had moved to
New Zealand.........a country that I have always wanted to visit. The
New Zealanders are getting a big angry about it because where once was
affordable housing, has increased in price due to the Americans moving in.

That's kind of like 'can't win for losing' because even low cost areas will often
increase in time.



Yep , same is happening all around Western World ..... millions Australians moved to live to Thailand , Malaysia and few more places,
Here it is like this.,if you are pensioner continue to live here like garbage or move to place where you can live like king with Australian pension

Note ..... minimum Australian pension for husband and wife is around 32 000 dollar per year , shit, worthless money here but big money at many places around the word

Hello tasman1,

I am from Austria too.

Why you do not join Amazon, the people become millionaire by working there?I main the effort that spend it here make it there and you can get 10,000 AUD a month for sure.

So can you please tell me what you mean about 'big money at many places around the word.

best luck
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#14 by tasman1 » Sat Jan 06, 2018 03:28

sofar2018 wrote:
tasman1 wrote:
valerie wrote: Yep, there are many retirees today that have moved out of the USA for
a more attractive life style they can afford, else where.

A few years ago I had watched a news show......... 20/20 or 60 minutes, etc
and it was about retirees that had moved to a particular country but I don't
remember which it was. It wasn't Puerto Rico. They showed retired couples
that were living a vacation style life on very little retirement income.

More recently, they were showing people in the USA that had moved to
New Zealand.........a country that I have always wanted to visit. The
New Zealanders are getting a big angry about it because where once was
affordable housing, has increased in price due to the Americans moving in.

That's kind of like 'can't win for losing' because even low cost areas will often
increase in time.



Yep , same is happening all around Western World ..... millions Australians moved to live to Thailand , Malaysia and few more places,
Here it is like this.,if you are pensioner continue to live here like garbage or move to place where you can live like king with Australian pension

Note ..... minimum Australian pension for husband and wife is around 32 000 dollar per year , shit, worthless money here but big money at many places around the word

Hello tasman1,

I am from Austria too.

Why you do not join Amazon, the people become millionaire by working there?I main the effort that spend it here make it there and you can get 10,000 AUD a month for sure.

So can you please tell me what you mean about 'big money at many places around the word.

best luck



big money at many places around the world.................... here it is

30 000 Au dollars have different purshase value around world
with 30 000 one can buy more or less at different places
example . one can live like a King in Thailand with 30 000 Au dollars a year or die from hunger in Japan or Switzerland

And about earning at Amazon 10 000 a year ? if that is true number of ClixSense members will never be bigger than Zero
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#15 by sofar2018 » Sat Jan 06, 2018 03:39

tasman1 wrote:
sofar2018 wrote:
tasman1 wrote:
valerie wrote: Yep, there are many retirees today that have moved out of the USA for
a more attractive life style they can afford, else where.

A few years ago I had watched a news show......... 20/20 or 60 minutes, etc
and it was about retirees that had moved to a particular country but I don't
remember which it was. It wasn't Puerto Rico. They showed retired couples
that were living a vacation style life on very little retirement income.

More recently, they were showing people in the USA that had moved to
New Zealand.........a country that I have always wanted to visit. The
New Zealanders are getting a big angry about it because where once was
affordable housing, has increased in price due to the Americans moving in.

That's kind of like 'can't win for losing' because even low cost areas will often
increase in time.



Yep , same is happening all around Western World ..... millions Australians moved to live to Thailand , Malaysia and few more places,
Here it is like this.,if you are pensioner continue to live here like garbage or move to place where you can live like king with Australian pension

Note ..... minimum Australian pension for husband and wife is around 32 000 dollar per year , shit, worthless money here but big money at many places around the word

Hello tasman1,

I am from Austria too.

Why you do not join Amazon, the people become millionaire by working there?I main the effort that spend it here make it there and you can get 10,000 AUD a month for sure.

So can you please tell me what you mean about 'big money at many places around the word.

best luck



big money at many places around the world.................... here it is

30 000 Au dollars have different purshase value around world
with 30 000 one can buy more or less at different places
example . one can live like a King in Thailand with 30 000 Au dollars a year or die from hunger in Japan or Switzerland

And about earning at Amazon 10 000 a year ? if that is true number of ClixSense members will never be bigger than Zero


earning at Amazon 10 000 a month just from Amazon US and you can join UK and Australia BUT follow the Amazon policy.. As native English speaker,you can handle this business for sure. If you really motivated by the right people.

Here at ClixSence , the number of members is in increase because most of them did not found them self brave enough to become them self boss or did not found good money to start.

You earned 2,000! in Amazon if set up every thing right you can earn 2000 a day and more..
Gosh, you do not need to travel before you see all chances here around you.. The internet make every thing easy and possible and sometimes impossible to believe, yep, as you did not trust me that Amazon is big opportunity to earn money.


Best luck for all of us
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#16 by tasman1 » Sat Jan 06, 2018 03:49

sofar 2018....

Nah , it is not for me
My English is very bad , I am Croat
I am not good with software and any kind of technologies [ I am one who is not made for new world , I am cave man ]
Not to mention that I am old person , better say old mule

I am made to sit at the beach and fish , or to live at some empty beach millions mile from any civilization
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#17 by rpdesign » Sat Jan 06, 2018 04:42

live in amazon? urgh .... better think twice b4 you attempt it.
if you cant even survive for a few days in your backyard forest, dont ever think about amazon
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#18 by graeco29 » Sat Jan 06, 2018 05:41

The worst information I ever saw on the internet was during the late 90s...

How to rob the banks and get away with it!

Basically they gave you a outline plan of what to do and how to do it... getting as many credit cards as you could (preferably 8 to 10) then uses them very frugally for around a year paying over the minimum and not going to their limit.. the banks and credit card companies then keep increasing your credit limit.

Then go wild with the cards until you cant afford to pay them back...then declare yourself bankrupt witha self-declaration of insolvency ... repeat every 7.5 years...

This is now a criminal act so donot try it...lol

What a joke people think we all are....
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#19 by sofar2018 » Sat Jan 06, 2018 17:39

rpdesign wrote: live in amazon? urgh .... better think twice b4 you attempt it.
if you cant even survive for a few days in your backyard forest, dont ever think about amazon

Hi bro,

I talk about amazon.com!!!!!

tasman1, I really do not mean to be rude.. I just give you some advice..


There is another serious way to make bussiness online..
Have you hear about .....wealthy affiliate.com....

This website make it possible to have good understanding for online bussiness with small fees


best luck all
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#20 by valerie » Sat Jan 06, 2018 17:48

Well, I think people over complicate it and the reason why is because
those people can sell you something that is just common sense for the
most part anyway.

There's a ton of ways to make money online and it's all about how hard
you want to work, how much time you want to put into it, and how much
money you want to put into it.
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