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Pay it tomorrow...tasman1 » Post #1

Sat May 12, 2018 19:33 in General Talk

Paying tax , bills etc

Good idea is to pay it tomorrow like me

But every day I wake up it is today

Tomorrow never come so I can never pay it

This is just another smart idea :mrgreen: by His Majesty tasman1

Better than Yesterday's - Earned 3.23$ » Post #2

Fri May 11, 2018 23:49 in Success Stories

it looks to me that for you every day is better than yesterday . that is cool , congrats

Slow Friday [ 2.59 only ]...tasman1 » Post #1

Fri May 11, 2018 22:43 in Success Stories

Tasks Optional $0.00
Surveys 3 surveys $2.59
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Total earned: $2.59
EXTRA BONUSES (complete the requirements to unlock)
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Congrats! The checklist is completed!
$0.3626
Your bonus is currently standing at:

11/05/'18 A FRIENDLY FRIDAY » Post #2

Fri May 11, 2018 21:37 in Success Stories

so good every day , big congrats

WONDERFUL FRIDAY AGAIN » Post #2

Fri May 11, 2018 21:34 in Success Stories

glad you made it , congrats

Hahaha..Crossed my last year earnings today » Post #3

Fri May 11, 2018 19:58 in Success Stories

congrats , I was sure you can do much , much more , good luck for the rest of the year

Walmart is buying Flipkart India company » Post #4

Fri May 11, 2018 19:54 in General Talk

Arvind9 wrote: Its a gamble time will tell how right their decision was to buy majority stake in Flipkart,some facts they paid 16bn$ for the deal they wont make anything for 2-3 years,because Indian E-Commerce business is valued at 38Bn $,Amazon has the largest stake in the market,just because Flipkart was one of the large players Wallmart paid 16Bn$,did they commit sucide,in a competitive market,can Wallmart survive,with Amazon being the largest player.



They do not care what they will make for first few years, in any case global company cost nothing to take over another company , they raise money from share holder in instant

All this globalization is pure shit , it is just for rich western world to take what is left in poor world

Antartic cold blast in Tasmania,,tasman1 » Post #5

Fri May 11, 2018 19:47 in General Talk

wendymarais wrote:
tasman1 wrote: Global warming ? My foot , I am frozen it is global frozing here

An icy pocket of Antarctic air moving over Australia’s southern and eastern states is causing temperatures to plummet, with some parts of the country set to drop to 0 degrees overnight ahead of a cold day on Friday.

The cold front sweeping across Tasmania, Victoria, NSW, ACT and Queensland is bringing rain, hail, thunder and strong winds along with unseasonably cold temperatures.
Snow has also fallen in parts of NSW, ACT and Tasmania and is expected to reach the NSW Central West on Thursday afternoon and possibly in the Blue Mountains overnight.

:lol: All You need now is that Blond and some Hot Chocolate



Hot Chocolate I have , blonde is a bit harder to find :mrgreen:

Antartic cold blast in Tasmania,,tasman1 » Post #1

Fri May 11, 2018 00:53 in General Talk

Global warming ? My foot , I am frozen it is global frozing here

An icy pocket of Antarctic air moving over Australia’s southern and eastern states is causing temperatures to plummet, with some parts of the country set to drop to 0 degrees overnight ahead of a cold day on Friday.

The cold front sweeping across Tasmania, Victoria, NSW, ACT and Queensland is bringing rain, hail, thunder and strong winds along with unseasonably cold temperatures.
Snow has also fallen in parts of NSW, ACT and Tasmania and is expected to reach the NSW Central West on Thursday afternoon and possibly in the Blue Mountains overnight.

Capitalism and Karl Marx...tasman1 » Post #3

Fri May 11, 2018 00:41 in General Talk

alfamart wrote: write the source buddy
or all people will think this article is HOAX


It is no problem to find it on internet and many who lived in communist state like me learned it in school

Hi , how are you doing today

Capitalism and Karl Marx...tasman1 » Post #1

Fri May 11, 2018 00:06 in General Talk

Capitalism is unfolding exactly as Karl Marx predicted

One hundred and sixty years ago, at a time when the light bulb was not yet invented, Karl Marx predicted that robots would replace humans in the workplace.

Once adopted into the production process of capital, the means of labor passes through different metamorphoses, whose culmination is the machine, or rather, an automatic system of machinery,” he wrote in his then-unpublished manuscript Fundamentals of Political Economy Criticism. The workers themselves are cast merely as its conscious linkages.

Gradually, in the century and a half since Marx wrote those words, machines have taken on more and more jobs previously done by humans. The 20th century political movements that attempted to make Karl Marx’s ideas reality may have failed but, 200 years since the philosopher’s birth on May 5, 1818, his analysis and foresights have repeatedly proven true. We are, in many ways, living in the world Marx predicted.

Marx showed that recurrent crises were not an accidental side effect of capitalism, but a necessary and inherent feature, explains Nick Nesbitt, Princeton University professor of French and Italian and editor of The Concept in Crisis: Reading Capital Today. “​He shows that the source of value in capitalism is living labor. He also shows that capitalism nonetheless tends to eliminate living labor as a necessary dimension of its development, Nesbitt says. That contradiction means capitalism is never stable, but forever shifting in and out of crises: The system depends on human labor while simultaneously eradicating it.

And the stakes are high. Marx analyzed capitalism as a social system, rather than a purely economic one. “Humans and human relationships depend on our place within the system of capitalism itself,” says Nesbitt. “If we don’t find a place within the system as individuals and human beings then we live under exclusion.” Capitalism doesn’t just determine our source of income but how we relate to each other, our surroundings, and ourselves. To be rendered superfluous by the system is damning to social wellbeing as well as economic livelihood.

“From each according to his ability, to each according to his needs.” It may be tempting to dismiss Marx’s analysis given that his communist vision failed in practice. However, the politics that developed in the Soviet Union were “not part of Marx’s vision of a social structure” says Nesbitt, but “developments of Leninism and the Russian revolution.” Most of Marx’s work was focused on critiquing capitalism, and he wrote relatively little about exactly what it would take for communism to become reality, or how it would function. Marx famously popularized the slogan, “From each according to his ability, to each according to his needs,” meaning that all would have the opportunity to reach their highest potential and to receive the needed goods, such as food and shelter in turn. But, notes Carol Gould, philosophy professor at Hunter College, City University of New York, Marx didn’t say much about what this mantra would look like in practice.

Besides, Marx thought true communism would develop only under certain conditions. “Marx predicted that for a communist revolution to survive, it would need to involve the countries with the most developed industries, and become at least as broadly international as the capitalist system it would replace,” Vanessa Wills, political philosopher at George Washington University, writes in an email. “Neither of these conditions were met in the case of the Soviet Union, which was always highly economically isolated.”

And so it would be wrong to confuse the failure of 20th century communist states with the failure of Marx’s thoughts. Two centuries later, Marx’s writing remains one of the most “penetrating” analyses of capitalism, says Nesbitt.

He was correct that the gap between labor and capital would get worse.” The thinker was not only right about the rise of automation. He also predicted globalization and the rising inequality of today, notes Gould. “He was correct that the gap between labor and capital would get worse,” she says. Marx predicted that capitalism would lead to poverty in the midst of plenty,” a scenario that’s depressingly familiar today. “HUD [US department of housing and urban development] estimates there are roughly half a million homeless people in the United States on any given night, in a country that is estimated to have roughly 18 million empty homes in it,” says Wills.

tight-fisted earnings : 1.56$ » Post #2

Thu May 10, 2018 23:21 in Success Stories

I see another good day for you , I see good earning for you this year , that is cool , congrats [ regular profile update is recomended ]

how to qualify Elicit Research Survey..Till dateNO » Post #4

Thu May 10, 2018 17:42 in Success Stories

Elicit was one of the better in 2017 but since 2018 started I made just one,,,,, no idea why

Better than day before Yesterday's Earned 3.26$ » Post #2

Thu May 10, 2018 00:31 in Success Stories

that was good one , cool , congrats

09/05/'18 A wavy wednesday » Post #2

Wed May 09, 2018 22:15 in Success Stories

nice continuation of high earning , congrats

5 surveys! » Post #3

Wed May 09, 2018 18:32 in Success Stories

Very good , Congrats

Checklist completed » Post #2

Wed May 09, 2018 18:30 in Success Stories

Congrats

successfully completed survey OpinionWorld » Post #3

Wed May 09, 2018 03:22 in Success Stories

satakas wrote: Good Luck...My Bad that even completing 90% redirected to Disqualify Page.... :evil: :twisted:



that shit happen to all , just move to next one
for me , last 7 day Idid have record number of non paying finished surveys


danidochev , congrats

Uber flying taxi would you try it out? » Post #3

Wed May 09, 2018 02:20 in General Talk

How much they will pay me ????

nice come back » Post #2

Tue May 08, 2018 22:02 in Success Stories

Welcome back
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