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Bitconnect price went up down 90 percent!! » Post #23

Sat Jan 20, 2018 13:26 in General Talk

freelizard wrote: gold and silver are both way down from their highs of a few years ago .. but I do have some

as for crypto coins .. it's not ghost money go to coindesk. com and learn what it's about

you're passing up free money otherwise , as it's not whether you believe it has value , it's whether someone else does and how you can earn from that

meanwhile .. more for me :$

You are correct about that last line, for sure.

Well, as I stated and tried to make it clear, I was referring to myself.
To me, it is ghost money. To you and certainly many others, it is not.

Bitconnect price went up down 90 percent!! » Post #21

Sat Jan 20, 2018 13:10 in General Talk

I don't understand any of it so I don't do any of it.

When it comes to actual money, it has to be something I can hold in my hand.
In regards to a money investment, I'd go and I do, go with Gold and Silver. I
invest in other stuff too such as minerals. Other tangible resources, land.

To me, and understand I am talking about me only, I am not into ghost money.
I feel it is about as close to a farst as it can get.

I do believe that some day, the average person will not be able to get their hands
on metals such as silver and gold in addition to other precious metals. When it gets
down to the nitty gritty, these are the types of resources that will always be of value.

I also do really believe the day is very near, that paper money will cease to exist
along with other forms such as plastic (credit cards). The pretense will be that these
items are too risky, can be lost or stolen. The only way we'll really be able to buy and
sell in the future, will be robotic thru implanted chips. They will do this stating it is
the best way to protect ourselves from thieves. So when I see the imaginary money
such as bitcoin in discussion, I see something arriving that is not good for the future
of mankind.

My only suggestion would be if you invest in ghost money, to pull out your profits
as you can and invest in gold or silver or some other tangible cash source.

Do You Take the Flu Shot? » Post #15

Sat Jan 20, 2018 10:57 in General Talk

My cold lasted one day.

I've done that before in the most recent couple of years, have a cold for a day.
It is weird.

I wake up with a dripping nose, like a drip coffee maker. Then the constant
sneezing. I take various cold meds and the next day it is like it never happen.

It is almost as if it is more of an allergy.

I did take the flu shot last year in Feb. Only did so because I was in the hospital
and they kept strongly suggesting it so I finally said go ahead.

Some times I think that people simply get scared due to the news. I am not
suggesting to take it or not take it. I am just saying that when the media makes
a big hoopla such as they have this year, more people get scared and any little
cold they get, they run to the hospital thinking they might die from the flu if they
don't.

The hospitals have been over-flowing in the USA due to the flu. But if I was the
media, I would have to say the hospital is over flowing due to people thinking they
have the flu.

I know because when I worked in the hospital, same happen. We were always full
of sick children during flu season and most did not have the flu.

Do You Take the Flu Shot? » Post #11

Fri Jan 19, 2018 14:11 in General Talk

Yep, I am with you on that. Best to stay home if you can and not get out around
possible sick people. That's the bad thing about sitting in a doctors waiting room.

I do remember when people were ordering the flu shot thingie back some years
ago when there was a shortage.

There is a lot of drugs that people can have shipped to their home and that has
been going on for a long time, even long before the internet. I recall a retired
army vet that would receive his meds in the mail. That was back in the 1980's.
So I would think they could get up to date and mail everyone flu pills/vials/some
thing.

Holly Crap this is insane...tasman1 » Post #6

Fri Jan 19, 2018 10:01 in General Talk

All I know is, it's not the 1500's any more. People need to take
responsibility and stop having ten plus children. In fact, many
people shouldn't have children at all.

Just recently in America two parents are arrested for keeping their
THIRTEEN children chained, starved, etc. Should have those two
people ever had children?

So what I am saying is there are people that have children that shouldn't.
There are also people that have way too many children. Today, no matter
where you live, it is not a good idea to have 7, 10, 13, etc children.

People need to realize there are a lot of poor starving children in the world.

I have three children and in my opinion, that is plenty of kids for any one
family to have. I had enough sense to have my tubes tied after the third.
Some people are like rabbits, they just keep breeding. :mrgreen:

Do You Take the Flu Shot? » Post #8

Thu Jan 18, 2018 16:47 in General Talk

Ya, I used to never get sick.

Then one day I turned 60.

It was like hundreds of tiny match stick men marched in and the captain said
'she's 60, lets get to work and make her sick'. :twisted:

Do You Take the Flu Shot? » Post #1

Thu Jan 18, 2018 11:40 in General Talk

In the USA, the flu is very severe this year. I think the death count due to the flu
this winter is reaching near 50. Some have been healthy young people.

The strain of flu is bad this year and the vaccination is said to only work at about
10%.

It is said due to the horrific weather events in Puerto Rico, has resulted in a shortage
of flu vaccines. In other words, that is where they make it.

Today I woke up with a cold. The weather has been very bad here as far as winters
go in this part of the USA. We rarely see snow here and this time of year in the winter
is usually in the 40's degrees. Where I sit we've had one snow day that resulted in 7 inches
and the second snow day just a day later that resulted in about 3 inches more. The worse
part is we first got sleet and ice so under the snow is slippery. Lots of auto wrecks and pile
ups. The temp outside has been not much higher than in the teens most days and even
minus 1 degree at night.

In parts of the Carolina's (ClixSense) it has been said it was colder than in Alaska yesterday.

In one way, it can be very good for it to be so cold, where I am. It is a big aid in killing the
insects so they won't be so bad come summer. This is the coldest and most snow I have
ever seen in this part of Tennessee which is for me, about 17 years.

I did not take the flu shot. Did you?

Yellowstone SuperVolcano Eruption » Post #2

Thu Jan 18, 2018 00:56 in General Talk

It might.

payment proof » Post #2

Wed Jan 17, 2018 23:58 in Payment Proofs

Great! :thumbup:

Please remember to remove your payment transaction numbers.
It is for your protection.

What music/song are you listening now? » Post #2592

Wed Jan 17, 2018 11:55 in General Talk

Bitconnect price went up down 90 percent!! » Post #5

Tue Jan 16, 2018 19:36 in General Talk

fred891 wrote: It is about time. It reminds me of the biotech stocks that had no earnings plus they carried huge debt. People bought & bought. They usually bought at the high point and a little negative news made these stocks implode. Many people lost fortunes. I still don't understand the Bitcoins valuation even if it was worth $1000/coin. There is nothing backing this coin. The only positive thing is that there are only going to be a set number of them created and then no more. Yeah, I bet. Wait until Bitcoin comes out later and says they are going to create more of them. That devalues any Bitcoin that you have. Stocks that issue more shares do this to pay down debt.
It looks like a bunch of people just lost a great deal of money in just the last week of declining Bitcoin value.
I think it it too early to be buying this thing. I almost bought 6 months ago but got spooked away because it was acting like a NASDQ stock. Be careful people. The only right way to buy would to dollar cost average. Buy a small amount every month instead of buying it all at the same time.

When the Dow crashed in 2008 and went from 14,000 down as low as 6,700, I had a little free money and had my broker buy some index funds or something similar once a month. I bought as low as 6,900 and held on until last year when the Dow was near 20,000. I made out great with that trade, but I only had a few thousand to play with. The big boys who make the money have a statement. They make the most money when there is blood on the streets. Buy when people are scared and selling at a loss, then buy. It works. Of course I may be wrong about Bitcoin because I don't understand something that has no assets or pays no dividends, plus has no country backing it. Where is the value? I don't understand why people would buy something that has already made such a huge move up? Call me dumb.

It's the devils money. :lol:

You have common sense. When it comes to making money, common sense tends to go
out the window for many people.

Changing the sponsor » Post #2

Mon Jan 15, 2018 12:10 in General Talk

Not everyone uses chat and your sponsor has a right to privacy.

You cannot change your sponsor unless your sponsor is spamming
you and it appears that is not the case.

What kind of life do you live in? » Post #18

Mon Jan 15, 2018 00:59 in General Talk

What he/she is asking about is wages in other countries.

China is heavily over-populated and the wages are low in comparison to what it can buy.

Can someone tell me how is possible to do 645 task » Post #8

Sun Jan 14, 2018 18:35 in General Talk

Some people are extremely experienced and have been doing tasks for many years.

Amazon has had that 'turk' task programs for as long as I can remember, long before
ClixSense ever existed.

Have you ever viewed peoples office in their home? Some are mighty elaborate, with
rooms full of computers all running at the same time.

Some people have a lot of family in their home and they may in fact do tasks 24/7 by
taking turns.

It does not matter what 'they' do.

will dreams come true » Post #3

Sun Jan 14, 2018 10:53 in General Talk

Everyone dreams.

Everyone dreams approximately 50 or more dreams per night (or an average 7 hours sleep).

Most dreams are never known. Never remembered.

The only dreams you might remember are the ones that take place right before you wake up.
Even then, you most likely won't remember much if anything about the dream unless you
write it down immediately.

I think dreams are simply a way of calming our brain after a long day. Usually what we dream
is a jumbled mess of the happenings in our day. I kind of think of it like hundreds of ping pong
balls flying every where attempting to find their resting place.

Hawaii. inbound ballistic missile . tasman1 » Post #5

Sat Jan 13, 2018 23:54 in General Talk

I don't know.

I would think in a situation like that, if it was a real event, you would not go through
a lot of channels. You need to be fast as possible. Hit the alarm and that is it. And
it appears that is what happen. The problem I would think would be training. Some
one was totally a screw up.

What kind of life do you live in? » Post #4

Sat Jan 13, 2018 23:51 in General Talk

Liuhb wrote: I really envy you, in China, KFC earn only 400 $ a month!

Life style greatly varies depending on what type of job a person has and where a person lives.

In the United States, the jobs vary greatly as well as the wages.

I'm not sure how much someone would make working at KFC in the USA. I would guess if the
person works 40 hours a week, the person probably makes about $800 to $1,000 per month.
There is tax's that come out of the check so their take home pay is probably about $700 to $800
per month.

Hawaii. inbound ballistic missile . tasman1 » Post #3

Sat Jan 13, 2018 23:43 in General Talk

Yep, that was pretty bad, to say the least.

I hate to say any good about it but one thing it did do was bring an awareness
to not just Hawaii but other places in the country and around the world. People
should know what to do and be as prepared as possible.

Ask yourself this question.......what would you do in a major disaster?

When I worked at a hospital, every year we had earthquake training. Not just
what to do at the hospital but how to be prepared for it in our own homes. How
to keep an earthquake bag in our vehicles and what to have inside them.

Happening in my neck of the woods today - Yours? » Post #1

Fri Jan 12, 2018 19:42 in General Talk

This is the area where I live. We received 7 inches of snow at my house.

1-12-18 I40 Significant Pileup - Carroll-Decatur County Tennessee - YouTube

How's the weather where you live?

logged out? » Post #2

Fri Jan 12, 2018 13:55 in General Talk

Some times it might but if you have checked to stay logged in, it won't.......unless.........
You access from more than one device then it will log you out of one device when you are
using the other and vice versa. Also if you clear your computer.
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