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Money Talk » Post #3

Mon Jun 03, 2019 17:21 in General Talk

That is the 72 rule and I think it is rather correct but do keep in mind, as it states,
it is an example.

Even if you double your money in 7 years, would you still be alive? :roll:

Maybe I shouldn't be so negative when it comes to retirement years but I can't
help but realize how fast the years go by.

Let's just say I live to be 83. That is only 20 more years.

What I am saying, a lot of people think or feel they need hundreds of thousands
of dollars for retirement. Well sure that is nice to say the least but I think it
depends on their situation. If they are a retired married couple, they may be
receiving $4,000 per month social security, one or both might have a pension too,
their house is paid for, they have everything they could ever need and mostly
whatever they want. Does this couple need hundreds of thousands of dollars for
retirement? Might be nice. Good to have money. Realistically, they probably will
not need it and it will go to either their children, nursing home, or the city.

Amazon - Prime - In Case You do Not know » Post #6

Sun Jun 02, 2019 15:01 in General Talk

I have an idea! :idea:

Everyone send me some cash and I will let you know how well it works. ;)

Money Talk » Post #1

Sun Jun 02, 2019 09:27 in General Talk

From Google search:

Does money double every 7 years?

'The Rule of 72 states that the amount of time required to double your money equals 72 divided by your rate of return. For example: If you invest money at a 10 percent return, you will double your money every 7.2 years. ... If you invest at a 7 percent return, you will double your money every 10.2 years.'

Please Come , Please Come ...tasman1 » Post #2

Sat Jun 01, 2019 21:11 in General Talk

It's hot here.

Amazon - Prime - In Case You do Not know » Post #1

Sat Jun 01, 2019 12:10 in General Talk

I thought I would mention this because a lot of people are not aware of the
discounts Amazon allows for Prime in some circumstances.

For example, Amazon Prime is approximately $13 per month or $120 per year.

However, there are various discounts for :

-Food Stamp Recipients
-Medicaid Recipients
-.....and possibly more

If you receive food stamps or medicaid or even both, you can get Amazon Prime
for $5.99 per month. I think there are other discounts for Prime too, but not sure.
You could always do a search or contact Amazon help or view their FAQ in regards
to discounts.

I mention this because many people are not aware of the savings. AND if you are
referring others to ClixSense, it IS worth mentioning/explaining.

Payment #26 » Post #2

Thu May 30, 2019 06:54 in Payment Proofs

Be sure to remove/blur your transaction id's from your payment image before posting.

Sit and do not move....tasman1 » Post #2

Wed May 29, 2019 06:45 in General Talk

You have that a little backwards.

Exercise lowers your heart rate. In other words, people that are very active have
a lower sedentary heart rate. This is a major reason why it is important to be

Qualified survey » Post #5

Tue May 28, 2019 18:18 in General Talk

The topic poster is in Nigeria.

Unfortunately, Nigeria will not receive many surveys. All you can do is continue
to check daily and some you may not qualify to do.

Nostalgic time in 40 years time .......tasman1 » Post #14

Sun May 26, 2019 05:41 in General Talk

Eat beans. Beans protein. Forget eating animals.

Beans, beans, beans.

Memorial Day Weekend in USA » Post #1

Fri May 24, 2019 11:06 in General Talk

Just a reminder to those that submit for payments that some times payments
may be a little slower during holiday weekends in the USA.

Nostalgic time in 40 years time .......tasman1 » Post #10

Thu May 23, 2019 15:18 in General Talk

Nostalgic time in 40 years time .......tasman1 » Post #6

Thu May 23, 2019 09:01 in General Talk

Nostalgic time in 40 years time .......tasman1 » Post #4

Thu May 23, 2019 06:29 in General Talk

It is imaginable to a great extent.

I am rather sure I won't be around in 40 years so I don't concern myself with it.

A lot of things change but more stays the same.

how do I earn money in clixsense? » Post #2

Wed May 22, 2019 13:15 in General Talk

All the ways to earn money in ClixSense is listed above the top of this page.

Surveys, Offers, Tasks, and you can refer others in order to earn a bit more.

What did you do this week? » Post #4

Sun May 19, 2019 17:46 in General Talk

That sounds like very good exercise to me dutch1898. You stay busy and active.
Plus you are making money picking up the empties.

What did you do this week? » Post #1

Sun May 19, 2019 07:34 in General Talk

I really enjoy hearing about others life style. No matter how much money you have,
life is too short to enjoy all the world and all the people within it.

What did you do this week?

This is what I did:

1. One day I had a doctors appointment. It was the first time my going to my new primary
care physician. This is because I moved from one State to another State. Some new prescriptions.
Several other doctor appointments made.

2. Washed and waxed my suv. No, I don't take it to auto car washes. I wash it myself and it had not
been washed in many months. It's sparkling now. haha!

3. Went to Walmart a couple of times this past week. I had to take a gallon of paint back that I
did not need.

4. Mowed the yard. I use a reel mower. It's a good work out but not difficult. The weather is
hot now and I start sweating within 5 minutes of mowing. I try to mow early in the morning before
it gets so extremely hot.

5. I painted my deck. It was red and I painted it gray. It took me all day and I do mean all day.
It sure looks a lot nicer tho.

6. Bo was 6 yesterday. I bought him a little stuffed lion. He chewed it's eyeballs out and some
of the lions mane is all over the living room floor. Bo is a Maltese that weighs about 7 or 8 pounds.

7. Bought some squash from a man selling veggies. I bought some zucchini to make zucchini
bread. I could have bought it cheaper in the store.

8. Watched tv as usual at night. Work on jigsaw puzzles while I watch tv. Watched some old
episodes of Little House On The Prairie. Watched some stupid movies. Wanting to watch the
movie 'The Professor and The Madman' that is listed for rent on Amazon. That might be something
for this coming week.

9. Tuesday is trash pick up day. Every Tuesday I open the door so Bo can stand at the full
length glass storm door and bark at the Trash Truck and the men that pick it up.

What do you do on rainy days? » Post #1

Sun May 19, 2019 07:08 in General Talk

It's a rainy day here today. What do you do on rainy days?

Posting holliday .....tasman1 » Post #7

Sun May 19, 2019 06:44 in General Talk

Don't take it to heart. It's a forum with many different personalities and none us
are perfect.

I see your posts and overall you are positive and have posted many very helpful
topics. You're a great contributor and I would say a great asset to this forum.

Lately, your posts have been almost one after the other, complaints. I do very
much understand your frustration. I've read some foul language in your posts,
of late. I've read some of your posts where you are downright angry.

What I call negativity is when a member continuously post negativity. :mrgreen:
Members begin seeing one as a negative contributor that only complains. There
is nothing wrong with sharing what happen when you did a survey, etc.

Moderators get frustrated but none of the moderators should be calling names
and such. Moderators are simply members that volunteer at these forums. That's
it. We have not been knighted by the king or anything. We have not gone to
'moderator' school. So all of us moderators need to realize the same, that we
should be respectful to members and focus on helping new and old members alike.
Even if a moderator feels they don't like a poster here, we still should maintain our
respect for that member. And you know what, respect comes from inside and if
one does not respect another, that really does say something about ourselves.

So bottom line, do what you just said in your post. I know many of us really do
enjoy reading your knowledgable posts and topics.

Posting holliday .....tasman1 » Post #5

Sat May 18, 2019 20:31 in General Talk

That may very well be the point.....when you are positing positive information, it is helping members.

When you post negative information, is that helping members?

Some times there are 'trouble makers' on an active forum. It almost wouldn't make sense if there
wasn't a few to come along now and then. Some people get a big laugh out of it. Some are nothing
more than children getting a kick out of stirring up trouble. It happens.

We're all human and we can get very aggravated at times with this stuff, especially when we are
booted from surveys or something else. Seems members tend to complain more when things are
not good for them then they do when things are going great.

Our bitcoin baby is back » Post #34

Sat May 18, 2019 15:56 in General Talk

Well, I started to say 18250.00 U.S dollars is not a hack of a whole lot in terms of
house, car, retirement, etc.

I guess you mean $182,500.00. One hundred eighty two thousand five hundred.

With the exception of the rich and famous well to do areas in the USA, I'd say you
can buy a decent house for that price. Just depends on the area, city, location, etc.

The housing market right now is a sellers market. Prices are high. So if you ever
go to buy a house in the USA, make sure you contact more than one realtor association
and find out if it is a sellers market or a buyers market. You want a buyers market...
if you're buying.
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