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survey free weekend » Post #3

Sun Jan 14, 2018 15:10 in General Talk

nah , we can still rely on 2 cent from tapresearch , 2 cent a day and we will be rich in future [ if you do it regulary for million year ] :mrgreen:

71,334,104 14 Jan 2018 15:04 EST Complete Tap Research $0.0100
71,326,796 14 Jan 2018 05:52 EST Complete Tap Research $0.0100

Hawaii. inbound ballistic missile . tasman1 » Post #6

Sun Jan 14, 2018 06:12 in General Talk

mad , mad world is all I can say

Can someone tell me how is possible to do 645 task » Post #2

Sun Jan 14, 2018 06:10 in General Talk

some task are under 1 min and .....do you have a proof that they are fake???

What kind of life do you live in? » Post #3

Sat Jan 13, 2018 21:30 in General Talk

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


400 $ a month or 4 million a month say nothing
What one can buy for that is what mater
God help you if you come to Australia and earn 20 000 a year , you will die from hunger under some shity bridge

Kodaxcoin is coming » Post #3

Sat Jan 13, 2018 21:23 in General Talk

Only tasman1 coin is real ... current value 0.00 US dollar and rising every minute over 100%

Hawaii. inbound ballistic missile . tasman1 » Post #2

Sat Jan 13, 2018 20:59 in General Talk

What is next ? Starting WW3 by mistake ???????

Hawaii. inbound ballistic missile . tasman1 » Post #1

Sat Jan 13, 2018 20:55 in General Talk

This is real and creepy shit in today world

Hawaiians received a false alarm on Saturday warning of an inbound ballistic missile and causing instant, widespread panic.
The alert was apparently caused by an employee at Hawaii's Emergency Management Agency pushing the wrong button by accident.
A second alert clarifying that there was no missile threat to Hawaii did not come until 38 minutes after the initial false alarm.

Residents and vacationers in Hawaii awoke Saturday morning to a stunning emergency alert blaring across the screens of their smartphones: "BALLISTIC MISSILE THREAT INBOUND TO HAWAII. SEEK IMMEDIATE SHELTER. THIS IS NOT A DRILL."

There was no missile. The alert was a false alarm, the Hawaii's US senators said on Twitter as they rushed to tamp down the hysteria that ensued. The alert was sent out when an employee mistakenly pressed the "wrong button" during a shift change at Hawaii's Emergency Management Agency, Hawaii Gov. David Ige later said.

But it was 38 minutes before another alert was sent out, clarifying there was "no missile threat or danger to the State of Hawaii." In those minutes, people in Hawaii, fearing for their lives, sought shelter and contacted their loved ones.

A news anchor from Houston, Texas, who was in Honolulu, tweeted the series of panicked text messages she had received from friends and family.

"My mum and sister were crying," she tweeted.



Matt LoPresti, a state representative, told CNN in an emotional interview that he and his family sheltered in their bathroom after receiving the alert.

"I was sitting in the bathtub with my children, saying our prayers," he said. "We took it as seriously as a heart attack … I'm extremely angry right now."

Twitter

He continued: "Why does it take 38 minutes for us to get a false alarm notice? … That's completely unacceptable.

An MSNBC producer tweeted the text messages she had received from a friend whose relatives had been caught in traffic as the alert went out.

"It was mass chaos people getting out of cars and running and looking at the sky. Other cousin was in the airport and people were sobbing," one text message read.



Retired military captain Mike Staskow described to The New York Times the dilemma of not knowing what to do or where to go.

"I was running through all the scenarios in my head, but there was nowhere to go, nowhere to pull over to," he said.

People even started searching the internet for safety advice - one person in Hawaii reached out to Business Insider's science correspondent Dave Mosher, who has written about how to survive such attacks.

"My husband and I went outside to the beach because we were afraid of being inside a building and getting crushed. Like in 9-11," the person wrote in an email. "Then I googled 'safety nuclear bomb how shelter' and an article by you was the first thing that popped up. In seconds I read that we should be inside and we quickly followed that advice."

Mosher tweeted that he had written the article in the hopes that "no one would *ever" have to frantically search the internet to find it … Unfortunately, that is exactly what happened today."



Washington Post social media editor Gene Park tweeted out a message from his friend in Hawaii, who said he was in his car when the alert came and quickly had to decide where to drive out of several locations his family members were spread across, fearing he wouldn't reach them in time.

"I chose to go home to the two little ones I figured it was the largest grouping of my family. Knowing I likely wouldn't make it home in time," his message read. "I was tearing up South Street to the freeway when I heard it was a mistake. F- you Hawaii Civil Defence."



Hawaii officials were solemn in the hours after the incident, vowing to investigate why the mistake had occurred and ensure it never happens again.

"We've implemented change already to assure that it becomes a redundant process so that it won't be a single individual [responsible for issuing alerts]," Ige told media. "There'll be at least two people that would be involved to initiate the alert."

He added that the 38-minute interval between the false alarm and the correction was due to the "interval that we had to manually go through the process to provide notification on the smartphones and mobile phones."

12.01.'18 an excellent friday » Post #5

Sat Jan 13, 2018 03:57 in Success Stories

nice , congrats

Checklist completed on 12.01.2018 ♥ » Post #2

Fri Jan 12, 2018 23:38 in Success Stories

nice

Must go , no time to earn more today. tasman1 » Post #1

Fri Jan 12, 2018 20:31 in Success Stories

Today $2.7924 Yesterday $3.3856

Happening in my neck of the woods today - Yours? » Post #2

Fri Jan 12, 2018 19:48 in General Talk

valerie wrote: 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?



Strange , 26C-30C for last 30-35 day, to hot for Tasmania , not normal

$ 1,500 in a year and a half. » Post #4

Fri Jan 12, 2018 19:06 in Success Stories

nunoclixx wrote: it's true the month of January is being my worst month, I hope that from February start to improve ... :)


Trust me it will

logged out? » Post #6

Fri Jan 12, 2018 17:30 in General Talk

log me out every 10-12 days,,, no drama

$ 1,500 in a year and a half. » Post #2

Fri Jan 12, 2018 16:34 in Success Stories

nice cool number , congrats , wish you another fine number again this year , let say 2000.00 will be fine
for January do not worry , so far your number is low but so is mine , it is normal for January to be sloooooooow

my data January Month $29.5692 Last Month $95.3510

not so much work today...but a little bonus » Post #2

Fri Jan 12, 2018 16:29 in Success Stories

Earning is YO-YO , day is not important but long average

My Checklist completed on 11.01.2018 :) » Post #2

Fri Jan 12, 2018 06:01 in Success Stories

congrats , good job

Frustated!!!! could not qualify » Post #2

Fri Jan 12, 2018 02:08 in Success Stories

mesi06 wrote: Could not qualify for a single survey from last 20 surveys
very frustating ...
missed about 15$ surveys... :evil: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry:



wow . it is normal
I did try today over 80 and so far finished only 6 and it is normal
if you think you missed 15.00 how much did I miss....50.00,,,,on some days i have over 100 and finish none , and that to is normal

wake up and try to understand how it works........good luck

A Ghost Story - movie » Post #4

Fri Jan 12, 2018 01:59 in General Talk

A Ghost Story 2017

The man is killed in a car accident. At the hospital, his wife views his body and covers it with a sheet. The man awakens as a ghost covered in the sheet, and wanders through the hospital, invisible. He comes to a door of light, but turns away, and it closes. He returns to his house and watches his wife grieve over days and weeks. He sees another ghost inside the house next door; wordlessly, the ghost tells him that she is waiting for someone, but cannot remember who.

When the wife comes home with a man, the ghost hurls books from the shelf and turns lights on and off. The wife listens to a song written by the man when he was alive. She decides to move out; before she leaves, she writes a note and hides it in a gap in a wall. The ghost picks at the wall but cannot retrieve the note.

A family moves in. The ghost watches them eat dinner, play piano, and celebrate Christmas. The children are bothered by his presence, and the family move out after he hurls plates from the kitchen cabinet. At a party thrown by the next occupants, the ghost listens to a man describe how humans try to create a legacy, but everything is ultimately destroyed. The partygoers notice the lights flicker.

The house becomes abandoned and derelict. As the ghost manages to remove a piece of the wall concealing the note, bulldozers level it and the house next door. The second ghost says she no longer thinks whoever she is waiting for is coming, and vanishes.

The man's ghost watches as a skyscraper is built on the land. On the roof, he views a futuristic cityscape. He jumps from the edge and is transported to the 19th century, where a family of settlers are building a house. He watches as the family's young daughter writes a note and hides it under a rock. After the family is killed by Native Americans, the ghost watches the daughter become a skeleton enveloped by grass.

Decades later, the ghost watches as his past self and wife move into the house. They argue about moving out. After the man tells his wife that he is ready to move out, the ghost sits at the piano, striking the keys and causing the noise that wakes the couple. As the wife moves out, the ghost sees his earlier ghost watching her leave. He manages to retrieve the note from the wall, reads it, and vanishes.

today's surveys » Post #3

Fri Jan 12, 2018 00:03 in Success Stories

congrats

My STATS ---> 01/11/2018 » Post #2

Thu Jan 11, 2018 23:17 in Your Stats

WOW . Nice congrats
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