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surveys completed » Post #3

Mon Apr 10, 2017 22:26 in Success Stories

Lucky dutch

weird and amazing facts and images n'the rest! » Post #3

Mon Apr 10, 2017 21:00 in General Talk

Sarge25 wrote: Farting? What is this act yee speaketh? :mrgreen:

I'd like to know what is going on in that picture? :geek:



Farting, just a new natural perfume

Garden Time » Post #42

Mon Apr 10, 2017 05:40 in General Talk

Marcel-R6 wrote:
seaeagle wrote:
pindokhan123 wrote: its called primitive living tasman, its how we all started b4 the sewage system of today,guess i'm back to living primitively,no option really but not a problem either, i enjoy all the perks of living in the countryside,drain or no drain :D

Being jailed for bringing foreign plants into Australia is nothing to do with whether we support or oppose primitive living. In fact, much of our flora & fauna is more primitive than that found in Europe, Asia, Africa & the Americas. We even have mammals that lay eggs - a very primitive method of reproduction compared to modern mammals internal (placental) reproduction.

It is because we have strict quarantine laws down here, due to the fact that Australia's geographic isolation over the past 100+ million years means most of our our plants & animals have never encountered the various diseases, fungi & other pests that are commonplace in Eurasia & have thus developed no immunity or methods to combat them.

Reminds me about a TV show Border Patrol: First question do you have something to declare..NO.
And then it turns out they have their bags loaded with all kind of shit :lol:



Like me ...last time I was in Croatia 3 years ago i bought nice , very big watercolur , so big it was all the way to Australia in my hand , was in wooden frame [ one must declare any wood here ]
They asked if I have anything wooden and I say NO, they asked few more time and I say NO, why do you ask me again and again
Finaly they asked what is that in your hand ...................holly crap

Garden Time » Post #40

Mon Apr 10, 2017 05:29 in General Talk

My first 3 years here was in Sydney , pure sh..t , 5 million people , not for me
Moved here to Tas , city 50 000 people , but now 100.00 , to big for me . crap , like to buy a farm but cost to much

Garden Time » Post #38

Mon Apr 10, 2017 04:52 in General Talk

Yeh . life can be hard and sh... sometimes

Power of Alcohol » Post #7

Mon Apr 10, 2017 04:47 in General Talk

pindokhan123 wrote: i always find the weekends pretty mundane with earnings,,,,well good today is monday,start of a new week and hopefully loads of surveys and tasks later.


yep , got 2 just few min earlier

I do not understand....tasman1 » Post #11

Mon Apr 10, 2017 01:47 in General Talk

nobenjo2

I will never pay 4.00 dollar for small 250 ml from fridge , will buy 2L for 2.00 dollar and put it in fridge , drink how much i can and rest go in sink and will have extra 2.00 in pocket
most people have a fridge today

Power of Alcohol » Post #4

Mon Apr 10, 2017 00:20 in General Talk

seaeagle wrote: I dunno about surveys not working - I did okay yesterday. Got a 33c bonus for completing my checklist:

52,786,179 09 Apr 2017 22:38 EST Complete CINT (Project #162890) $0.8900
52,784,789 09 Apr 2017 21:02 EST Complete CINT (Project #163097) $0.4800
52,764,639 09 Apr 2017 03:34 EST Complete Tap Research $0.6700



Yeh , yesterday was good and no alcohol in my brain , but today it was alcohol only day

52,757,344 08 Apr 2017 23:36 EST Complete AdscendMedia Offerwall (EngageMe.TV - App Trailers CA/UK/AU) $0.0100
52,756,530 08 Apr 2017 22:35 EST Complete Matomy Videos (Carousel) $0.0100
52,755,236 08 Apr 2017 21:17 EST Complete Matomy Videos (Carousel) $0.0100
52,753,891 08 Apr 2017 20:07 EST Complete Matomy Videos (Carousel) $0.0100
52,753,297 08 Apr 2017 19:29 EST Complete Peanut Labs Offerwall (Survey) $0.3300
52,752,975 08 Apr 2017 19:09 EST Complete Peanut Labs Offerwall (Survey) $0.3300
52,752,202 08 Apr 2017 18:22 EST Complete Matomy Videos (Carousel) $0.0100
52,736,565 08 Apr 2017 05:58 EST Complete GlobalTestMarket (Project #485512) $1.6700
52,734,727 08 Apr 2017 04:25 EST Complete Matomy Videos (Carousel) $0.0100
52,733,248 08 Apr 2017 03:10 EST Complete Matomy Videos (Carousel) $0.0100
52,732,033 08 Apr 2017 02:22 EST Complete Matomy Videos (Carousel) $0.0100
52,726,179 08 Apr 2017 00:10 EST Complete Matomy Videos (Carousel) $0.0100

Power of Alcohol » Post #1

Mon Apr 10, 2017 00:00 in General Talk

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10 cent only thanks to drinking...................worst earning ever in tasman1 history

You can learn from this post

Who Will rule.....tasman1 » Post #1

Sun Apr 09, 2017 23:38 in General Talk

Who is going to be here and rule the world in million years from now

You have only 3 choice here , bad boys and girls I am not giving you more choices , not sure you deserve it :mrgreen:


My vote ....Rats

Storry of Real Humans...tasman1 » Post #1

Sun Apr 09, 2017 23:20 in General Talk

Nurse breaks protocol to grant elderly man his dying wish on hospital roof
Danish hospital has shared a photo of a man receiving his dying wish: watching the sunset enjoying a glass of wine and a cigarette.
Carsten Flemming Hansen was too sick to undergo the surgery on his stomach and was going to die of internal bleeding.

Mr Hansen had been hospitalised at Aarhus University Hospital with a spur on the artery and his nurse Rikke Kvist told him he was going to die.

He informed Ms Kvist of his final wish and she was more than willing to grant it
"That was when I remembered that we are on the same floor that has access to a balcony," she told Avisen.dk.

With the help of Mr Hansen's family he was taken out to the balcony to enjoy the sunset on Tuesday evening before he died on Friday.

"It was a very cozy and relaxed atmosphere," the nurse said.

"Of course they were relatives also affected by the fact that he was going to die, and they were sad.

"But it was cozy and there was humour."

cats or dogs » Post #6

Sun Apr 09, 2017 22:01 in General Talk

Cat .....I love only intelligent animal

healthy world » Post #39

Sun Apr 09, 2017 21:15 in General Talk

Let see a data for England from year 1200


1200–1300: to age 64
1300–1400: to age 45 (because of the bubonic plague)
1400–1500: to age 69
1500–1550: to age 71
today , not much more


or place where folks live avg 80 years... they start war and next they their life avg can go to 50 , or less, depending how many younger people will die in war

healthy world » Post #38

Sun Apr 09, 2017 20:58 in General Talk

A recent article published by Finnish website Ink Tank explores the evolution of mankind and the changes in our dietary habits over the millennia. The basic premise is that in very recent times we have begun to adopt unhealthy eating habits that are making us fatter and more prone to diabetes, heart disease and other illnesses related to poor diet.

It may come as a surprise to many that our hunter-gatherer ancestors enjoyed better health and longer lifespans compared to many of us today. And it appears that one of the main reasons we are now seeing a rise in obesity and diabetes, etc. is that we've been duped by the food industry


and it is not just diabetes
but we take a ton of tablets daily so it can look better

Avg Lifespan.................most folks here not understand how it is calculated and think we live longer
We do not live longer but less of us are dying
Humans today can live maximum as long as human 1000 or 5000 years ago , not more or less

example

For example, in a hypothetical stationary population in which half the population dies before the age of five but everybody else dies at exactly 70 years old, LEB will be about 36, but about 25% of the population will be between the ages of 50 and 70

any natural remedies for a mosquito repellent? » Post #22

Sun Apr 09, 2017 20:40 in General Talk

Increase rent 100% to your mosquito

Pollfish Survey :) » Post #7

Sun Apr 09, 2017 19:25 in Success Stories

valerie wrote: Meh, show offs! :lol:

I don't think I have gotten any of those at all! Ba Hum Bug!


Maybe fish do not like you , stop fishing and Poll fish will give you a survey

Garden Time » Post #32

Sun Apr 09, 2017 19:22 in General Talk

pindokhan123 wrote: well im going to experiment this year,im taking a whole bunch of every veg seed available here,homebase or somewhere,then taking em' to Pakistan,i want to see if the british veg will grow and survive in a different climate. hope it does coz then i want to build a greenhouse and try to grow veg all year round.

has anyone anywhere,taken seeds from one country and tried to grow it in another?

are there seeds available online that are really sturdy and can withstand harsh weather and changing climates?



Do that in Au and you finish in jail [ no worry I will visit you ] :mrgreen:

sweety saturday 08.04.'17 » Post #2

Sat Apr 08, 2017 23:09 in Success Stories

good for Saturday. congrats

Doomsdays clock at 2.5 min ...tasman1 » Post #2

Sat Apr 08, 2017 22:19 in General Talk

The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists announced Thursday that the Doomsday Clock now stands at two-and-a-half minutes to midnight, suggesting that existential threats now pose a greater danger to humanity than they have at any time since the height of the Cold War.

The Doomsday Clock is a symbolic warning about how close the world stands to “midnight,” that is, nuclear or existential catastrophe. Since 1947, the Bulletin’s scientists and security experts have updated it annually. Many of the world’s most acclaimed scientists—including Stephen Hawking, Susan Solomon, Lisa Randall, and Freeman Dyson—sponsor, oversee, or consult with the Bulletin.

“This is the closest to midnight the Doomsday Clock has ever been in the lifetime of almost everyone in this room. It’s been 64 years since it was closer

Doomsdays clock at 2.5 min ...tasman1 » Post #1

Sat Apr 08, 2017 22:07 in General Talk

Please do not post politic here , it is against T.O.S



It is 2.5 Minutes to midnight
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2017: For the last two years, the minute hand of the Doomsday Clock stayed set at three minutes before the hour, the closest it had been to midnight since the early 1980s. In its two most recent annual announcements on the Clock, the Science and Security Board warned: “The probability of global catastrophe is very high, and the actions needed to reduce the risks of disaster must be taken very soon.” In 2017, we find the danger to be even greater, the need for action more urgent. It is two and a half minutes to midnight, the Clock is ticking, global danger looms. Wise public officials should act immediately, guiding humanity away from the brink.
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