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robot vacuum cleaner » Post #3

Sun Sep 09, 2018 09:15 in General Talk

Actually, they are rather good and very helpful to many people.

I know people with disabilities that cannot sweep their floors. The robotic floor sweepers are
a huge help to them.

There is a newer one that is soon to come out that is very expensive. One
problem worth mentioning is, the memory of the floor cleaner. What they
are saying is very sci-fy. In other words, they are saying the newer model
may want to do something else after awhile. In other words, it may get a
mind of it's own when it get's tired of emptying the trash into the waste bag. :lol:
Seriously, that is what the makers are saying. So here we gooooooooooo...
robots having their own mind.

Old Actors » Post #13

Sun Sep 09, 2018 09:10 in General Talk

Our DNA/Genetics of course plays a role. Just like some diseases are passed on thru
heredity.

Our life style plays a major role and possibly more important than our heredity.

Two women looked at a house I recently sold. The woman that looked the youngest
is almost 93 years old. She has traveled the world for over 40 years, helping to feed
the poor in various countries. There didn't look to be a thing wrong with her. I would
have guessed her to be in her 60's or early 70's.

So we do some times see people that not only live a long life but a life in which they
function extremely well.

Anyway, that is why I say, I want to live forever. I have no desire to put a number on
the year I will die. The most important thing, I believe, is to realize we are visitors
here for a short time and hopefully can contribute in some small way to make someone
else's life more satisfying.

My relative lol » Post #1

Wed Sep 05, 2018 05:54 in General Talk

One of my daughters did a DNA test at I think 123. Anyway she found that on my
mother's side of the family, I am related to 'Cheddar Man'. I told her I always knew
there was cheesy family on my mom's side. :lol:
England's "Cheddar Man" Had Blue Eyes and Dark Skin, Surprising for Early Britons

Have you or someone you know, submitted a DNA?

Why No much survey? Everyday survey! WIN-WIN » Post #2

Wed Sep 05, 2018 05:50 in Member Introduction

A very good idea is to read the FORUM RULES.

Will technology rule the world » Post #6

Mon Sep 03, 2018 10:33 in General Talk

I don't agree much.

I think most people are inherently good. It may be difficult at times to know the
real person until something happens. The story that comes to mind is the woman
that was known as bad/loose in the eyes of her neighbors. Her neighbors assumed
she was bad but when the 'bad' woman saw a child about to be run over, she raced
to the child, pushed him out of the way, and gave her own life.

Personally, I think people are too quick to judge.

There are millions of people, young and old, that follow their belief across the world
in their faith. In many ways, their faith is stronger now than in years past.

In regards to the world and nature, well they already have knowledge to aid in the
production of rain, or stop it.

Old Actors » Post #8

Sun Aug 26, 2018 05:24 in General Talk

Living an unhealthy life style WILL most probable reduce your life span and
often dramatically.

How about a Traffic Exchange within ClixSense » Post #2

Fri Aug 24, 2018 07:59 in General Talk

You can suggest a feature request in the feature request sub forum IF
it has never been suggested before. However, it has been suggested
before.

Old Actors » Post #3

Sat Aug 18, 2018 10:52 in General Talk

Kirk Douglas wife is 99 years old and they have been married 63 years.
He was actually married for several years before her.

Well I don't know since I am not that age but I would guess to say that
as long as I can live without pain or having others do everything for me,
I would want to live.

Life is full of great pleasures in simplistic form. Many of which we take
for granted until we do get older.

My grandfather lived to be 93 and it gave him great pleasure to see his
youngest of children become a minister and take over his church. So
there is things such as this that give people great pleasure in their older
days and great joy.

There is all the things like looking at a trees, sky, grass, animals, etc.
Of course, it is great pleasure to this that have children and live long
enough to not only see grand children but great grand children, etc.

In addition there is a great many older people that are very productive.
A lady that was at my house yesterday, is 92 years old. You would think
she was 70 or there bouts. She has been all over the world and helps
feed the poor in many poor areas of the world. She had just returned
from Brazil.

You know what they say, you are as old as you feel.

hungry thieves stole $100,000 worth of ramen in a » Post #4

Fri Aug 17, 2018 21:01 in General Talk

I think I know who you are referring to.

But hey, I have ate those ramen noodles before, kind of liked them. :P

hungry thieves stole $100,000 worth of ramen in a » Post #2

Fri Aug 17, 2018 05:18 in General Talk

That is funny.

You really got to scratch your head on that one.

You'd think they would have dumped the noodles and kept the trailer!

Maybe they're not so dumb since the noodles would probably be easier
to hock than the trailer. You know, you see ramen noodles sold every
where, even flea markets and antique shops.

One thing is for sure, they won't starve.

classified sites for ads posting » Post #2

Fri Aug 17, 2018 05:10 in General Talk

Do a search on google.

This is bad for some....tasman1 » Post #3

Wed Aug 15, 2018 15:54 in General Talk

BouldRake wrote: Other animals that reproduce with parthenogenesis include snails, flatworms, spiders, all the animals nobody likes - so it does seem like a group humans would fit in with nicely.

:roll:

Paid To Click » Post #2

Wed Aug 15, 2018 15:52 in General Talk

Everyone here is ClixSense members so no point in trying to sing
the tune to the choir.

Frozen in Permafrost land ....tasman1 » Post #18

Sun Aug 12, 2018 06:39 in General Talk

That's a lot of lunch!

What they say here in the States:

'you can take a city person to the country but
you can't take a country person to the city'.

I grew up in Chicago land. We call it Chicago land being the suburbs of Chicago.
Example is Gary Indiana. Although Chicago is in the State of Illinois and Gary is
in the State of Indiana, Gary is Chicago Land since it is so close. So all the smaller
cities outside of Chicago is Chicago Land. I was born in Chicago Land and lived
there until my family retired at which time we moved to the Country.

I'd have to define myself as a country girl if I had to choose one or the other.
That is because I have spent most my life living in the country and small cities/towns
in the Southern States.

The USA is very large. It must be wonderful for people that can travel all over the
world but in reality, there is so much to see in the USA that people could spend a
great deal of their life just traveling within the USA and never see it all.

States I've been and/or lived in:

Indiana
Illinois
Kentucky
Tennessee
Florida
Alabama
Kansas
Mississippi
Mosouri
Georgia
Ohio
North Carolina
South Carolina
Louisiana
Michigan
Wisconsin
Iowa

Probably a few more I have left out but my point is, most people that live
in the USA have never been outside their own State other than perhaps
bordering State.

Frozen in Permafrost land ....tasman1 » Post #14

Sat Aug 11, 2018 20:19 in General Talk

Nikorj wrote:
valerie wrote: Where do u live in Denmark........country or city?

I live in the capital of Copenhagen (inner city).

Why if i may ask??

No real reason. It's just pretty there from the pictures I have viewed.

Frozen in Permafrost land ....tasman1 » Post #11

Sat Aug 11, 2018 06:04 in General Talk

Where do u live in Denmark........country or city?

how long will it take for clixsense payment » Post #4

Wed Aug 08, 2018 12:50 in General Talk

Lafza wrote: thank you for the reply, i received my payment in my skrill account. happy to be working on clixsense :$

Good to know. Good luck.

Making money online is crazy Get paid to Read? » Post #8

Wed Aug 08, 2018 07:26 in General Talk

nursemorph wrote: Get Paid To Read programs have been around for years and years....in the early 200s, when I started online earning, there were sites around with this back then

He is not referring to GPT.

how long will it take for clixsense payment » Post #2

Wed Aug 08, 2018 07:25 in General Talk

This isn't neobux nor any of the other thousands of programs online.

ClixSense does not do instant payments.

The FAQ relays the approximate amount of days it takes for each
cash out option. The FAQ also relays that payments are not made
on weekend days nor holidays.

Old Actors » Post #1

Tue Aug 07, 2018 12:58 in General Talk

Kirk Douglas is going to live forever I guess. He is 101 years old!

His wife is 99 years old!
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