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Huricane Irma, Jose , Katia ,what next,,tasman1 » Post #14

Tue Sep 12, 2017 13:43 in General Talk

Maybe it's Martians.

I do believe in life else where.

Huricane Irma, Jose , Katia ,what next,,tasman1 » Post #12

Tue Sep 12, 2017 11:19 in General Talk

sp1915 wrote: Was Hurricane Harvey/Irma Artificially Intensified by Geoengineering Programs?

Cloud-seeding and atmospheric spraying, for example, are well-documented and backed up historical accounts, and are often discussed in mainstream media. Yet, for some reason, the issue is unbearably difficult for most people to even consider.

Open your mind and consder it.



Personally, I think it's kind of like using common sense. We know from history and even
thousands of years ago, mother nature played a huge role in wrecking havoc and carving
out the earth.

The disappearance of the dinosaurs
The extinction of animals and ocean life
The huge redwoods
The grand canyon

So many things on this planet we see and take for granted without even thinking about it,
was actually caused by some sort of disaster.

In my opinion, there are things that humans do that relate strongly to the environment.
For example, all the plastic and garbage in the ocean is certainly doing harm and no one can dispute that.

Pollution and chemicals going into the air, has certainly got to do harm to everything that lives.

In regards to 'Global Warming', I don't know of I agree that people are actually making the globe
warmer. That may happen weather people existed or not.

Yesterday, one of my outside cats had a little bird in it's mouth and the little bird was crying like
crazy. I went outside and removed the bird from the mouth of the cat. Fortunately the bird was
still ok. The bird jumped up into one of my boxwood shrubs and hid there most the day. I had
said to Bob, 'Some times I hate these cats!'. Bob replied 'It's just nature' and I replied 'Who's
nature?' Is it the cat's nature or the birds nature? I call it 'murder'.

What I am saying is, I hate the way we murder the planet and simply call it 'nature' because
sure, some of it is but a large part of it isn't.

Huricane Irma, Jose , Katia ,what next,,tasman1 » Post #10

Tue Sep 12, 2017 07:36 in General Talk

There are many hurricanes but few that are so extremely devastating.

The thing about today, compared to yesteryears, is that we've gained knowledge in many ways.
Today we can better predict the weather and how strong storms may become. We also are more
techno advantaged so that we can contact populations ahead of time to warn them. In addition,
there are many storm shelters and resources. Altho not every where or every building, construction
is becoming much more advanced and restricted in building codes.

Hurricanes such as Harvey and Irma, would have killed tens of thousands of people years ago.

What music/song are you listening now? » Post #2470

Sun Sep 10, 2017 20:01 in General Talk

What music/song are you listening now? » Post #2469

Sun Sep 10, 2017 19:55 in General Talk

Prayers » Post #5

Sun Sep 10, 2017 10:58 in General Talk

Can you believe this?.....

Two police offers had a head on collision last night in Florida and both were killed!

One police officer was getting off work and the other was beginning his shift.

The End ......tasman1 » Post #18

Sat Sep 09, 2017 20:28 in General Talk

They say that is why those little gray men that visit us, have big heads, big eyes, and shaped weird....
no gravity where they live.

That's why everything goes south with the body when it gets old....gravity.

Gravity is a booger!


Prayers » Post #3

Sat Sep 09, 2017 20:25 in General Talk

Ya, I have some family coming in.

And again, it appears it is going to come thru this area of TN. We got the remnants of Harvey too.

I did live in Florida for a short period of time and glad that I don't any more.

It's always something these days with mother nature, it seems.

The End ......tasman1 » Post #13

Sat Sep 09, 2017 11:19 in General Talk

Yes, a solar eclipse certainly has an affect on weather and more.

For example, here in Tennessee where I am, the temperature dropped about 5 degrees
during the eclipse. Sudden changes in climate can make a significant difference in the
weather and in many other things such as live stock.

We have a little something on earth called 'gravity' and changes in temperature, even
small changes and even brief changes, can make dramatic impacts in the oceans, land,
and everything.

Realty is, we have come a very long way understanding weather and our solar system
but we still don't know much.

Everything we know, everything we have ever known, and everything we know up to
this point, is like holding a grain of sand. We simply do not know jack. :lol:

The End ......tasman1 » Post #9

Sat Sep 09, 2017 07:13 in General Talk

There are many eclipse throughout the world every year.

The USA was very excited about the one that came across the States because most of us
had not experienced a full eclipse before. Many of us, never will again.

But, there is more. I think it was very much discussed on tv, news, internet for more than
just the reason to see it. It brought a lot of people together. It took their minds off politics
and racism and all the social injustices in the world....if only for a brief time.

about all SURVEYS!!! » Post #5

Fri Sep 08, 2017 07:16 in General Talk

Andy207 wrote: Is there any other guy or STAY AT HOME DAD on here that's in America; feel that they cannot do or complete or even qualify for 85% of the surveys.
Im a stay at home dad, wife brings in bout $30,000
WE dont buy alot of electronics, etc...
But these surveys are only looking towards people who if ur not single u HAVE to make more than $50,000 or if ur single u have to make 45,000

so how is this fair

Andy, I more or less told you that does not make sense.

What you may want to do first is look over your survey profile and make sure you entered
everything correctly.

Also keep in mind, members do not normally qualify for surveys unless they attempt many.

For example, the other day I made about $17 doing surveys but I attempted over 100!

Me, being in my 60's, can do surveys, I know you as a stay at home dad can. There are
a lot of stay at home dads that do surveys.

Clixsense Paid Ads » Post #2

Thu Sep 07, 2017 13:09 in General Talk

ClixSense is not a PTC any more.

46 baby names banned in Australia...tasman1 » Post #2

Wed Sep 06, 2017 21:51 in General Talk

It's a very good idea.

Current Fact New CS ....tasman1 » Post #28

Wed Sep 06, 2017 21:46 in General Talk

DannyChiarelli wrote: I get them. A lot of them.

Qualifying is a different story.

I have 75 available with a potential value of $60
assuming I qualify for 90% which we all know is

I choose not to do them...

I have my reasons...

That's why when I comment on surveys I always
state that I don't do them.

Of the 30 or so I tried in the past I did DQ...

As @ tasman mentioned a few posts back,
if CS is a survey site, I have no business here. . .

Well Danny, you actually have more than what you see.
You see over there my 110 or so KIIP Rewards, that is 110 or so surveys I did not qualify to do or was booted or cheated or whatever. You may see 50 but as you do one, or try one, one or more may arrive. They come and go
all day. If you keep attempting them all day like I did, near the end of the day, they do decrease.

I don't blame anyone that doesn't do them. I can't do them like this every day. It's just way too
time consuming. I have other things to do online and offline too.

My main point is, it can be done by most people in the USA and those in the USA that say they don't
make any money at all with them, I just scratch my head.

Current Fact New CS ....tasman1 » Post #24

Wed Sep 06, 2017 20:12 in General Talk

I don't really understand those that are in the USA that say they are not getting surveys or
not qualifying for the surveys.

It's a time thing with me. However, normally when I really want to make some extra money
here doing surveys, I can. Today:

Complete Tasks Optional $0.00
Complete Offers 151 offers $16.24
Visit the Forum 105 views
Total earned: $16.240
EXTRA BONUSES (Complete the checklist to unlock)
ClixAddon Bonus Not Active +2.0%
Activity Bonus Completed +2.0%
14.0%Congrats! The checklist is completed!
$2.2736Your bonus is currently standing at:

With the daily bonus, that is almost $20.00 that I earned today.

ClixSense Forum

Just Curious about Payza » Post #6

Wed Sep 06, 2017 16:33 in General Talk

For those in the USA, I think 'check' is the best way to go.

I have chosen check on and off for over ten years here in ClixSense.

If you choose check, you want to do so by the 5th day of the month.
You will receive your check a couple of weeks later. Usually by the
end of the third week, some times sooner.

Just Curious about Payza » Post #3

Wed Sep 06, 2017 14:38 in General Talk

shortyblsd wrote: I been searching all through Payza in my account. However, I know that account number is our email (right? :?: :?: ) Before I withdraw some money, I couldn't find anything so I need help please and answers.

My question is:
How do you shop and make purchases or pay bills with Payza if you have no account/routing number; and no card?? For everyone who has a Payza account.

Thank you in advance!!!!!!!!!!!!! :!: :!: :!:

Danny is correct about places not accepting Payza. You WILL find online opportunities that accept
Payza but for the most part, that is about it. For example, a traffic exchange or some sort of online
biz op may accept Payza for advertising or upgrading.

Yes, your email address you registered with Payza is your account.

I haven't used Payza in a long time so I don't really know what they are doing lately in regards to
Payza cash outs or a Payza card.

If you are wanting or searching for an option for cashing out of ClixSense, 'check' is usually the
easiest at this time.

3 for better or worse .....tasman1 » Post #3

Tue Sep 05, 2017 07:21 in General Talk

Just give me the cave ...... and some snacks.

Was my post deleted and if so, why? » Post #20

Tue Sep 05, 2017 07:18 in General Talk

When an animal is in pain/suffering, it often will lash out if you attempt to pick it up, etc.

Unfortunately an animal cannot talk. From what you have relayed, the cat was in dire need of a vet.
Why you allowed it to suffer without even attempting to get it medical help, is beyond me.

I am not sorry to say, that people should not have pets if they cannot care for them or afford them.

One great thing the internet has done, bring about the reality of animals. They are not THINGS to
be toyed with, thrown away like an old shoe, kicked and abused, left behind during a flood or disaster,
given up on when sick, etc.

Animals and Pets are a Responsibility.

festivals marked union... But now ? » Post #9

Sun Sep 03, 2017 08:57 in General Talk

Most the people I have met from Denmark are really really really nice people.

One of the first people I met online from Denmark was a fellow that goes by the user name 'megamol'.
That was in the days of big spamming thru chat start ups.
He promoted what became a very popular but some what short lived free to earn program.
Seems like the name of it was something 'All.....' All something or other. I don't recall.
That was like 20 years ago. He was just a kid then and I hear from him from time to time.....he
got married and I think he has kids, etc. But he told me a whole lot about Denmark back then
and it was very interesting.
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