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Zombie Programs, Movies, Series, etc » Post #18

Mon Apr 08, 2019 06:13 in General Talk

valerie wrote: For all my years.....long time.....I thought the moon was Swiss cheese.

How long :?: (No need to answer, But would be interesting indeed) ;)

Zombie Programs, Movies, Series, etc » Post #14

Mon Apr 08, 2019 02:48 in General Talk

tasman1 wrote: I am lost now , what is this topic about ? Zombie or Plastic Spastic Down Below or Hollow Moon or Earth ?

Please stick to this original topic , How to bring a blonde to hollow planet Mars , thanks

Ha ha ha what?, I think it's you who have to stick to the original topic :D (Check the title of the post).


BTW, Are you serious about the earth being flat????? :mrgreen:

Zombie Programs, Movies, Series, etc » Post #12

Mon Apr 08, 2019 01:19 in General Talk

Zombie movies actually began as a satire reflecting modern day consumerism, In his second zombie movie George Romero tried to illustrate how people in modern day "capitalistic" society acted more and more like zombies due to the constant commercializing of modern lifestyle. (The shopping mall scene depicts it very well in a pretty funny way :D)

Sadly the zombie theme is completely over-used and i don't even consider series like the walking dead or fear the walking dead to be real zombie movies/series, It's about 10% horror/gore and 90% soap opera :D

Some of the best/funniest zombie in my opinion is Brittish cause they're not sticking to the same plot in which American ones seem to be stuck in.

Two of the best Brittish zombie flicks are without a doubt.



Shaun of the dead


28 Days later

Stop gender madnes , VOTE , ..tasman1 » Post #6

Fri Apr 05, 2019 02:07 in General Talk

tasman1 wrote: 100s choices of gender in today world
Pure madness
Time to cut it to JUST ONE CHOICE..........;Both ,..... play with yourself ,marry yourself, spend on yourself , fight with yourself , work for yourself , make kids with yourself
Please vote Yes in this pool for both


here is current gender choices

Woman: A person born as a female, and who identifies as female.

Man: A person born as a male, and who identifies as a male.

Transgender Man: A person who was assigned female at birth, but now identifies as a man. Some trans people choose to undergo gender reassignment surgery. Others prefer not to, but still identify as a different gender.

Transgender Woman: A person who was assigned male at birth, but who identifies as a woman. As above, some trans people choose to undergo gender reassignment surgery. Others prefer not to, but still identify as a different gender.

Trans person: This can mean transsexual or transgender. A transsexual is a person who emotionally and psychologically feels that they belong to the opposite sex.

Trans Man: A trans man is someone who was assigned female at birth, but now identifies as a man.

Trans Woman: A person who was assigned male at birth, but who identifies as a woman

Female to Male: This term is often abbreviated to ‘FTM’ and refers to a transsexual or a transgender man.

Male to Female: This term is often abbreviated to ‘FTM’ and refers to a transsexual or a transgender female.

Transsexual: A person who emotionally and psychologically feels that they belong to the opposite sex. Transsexuals are people who transition from one sex to another, usually through dress, hormone therapy, etc.

Cisgender: A person who identifies with the gender of which they were born. For example, if someone is born as a female and identifies as a woman.

Cis Female: Cis is short for cisgender. So a cisgender female is a female who identifies as a woman.

Cis Male: Cis is short for cisgender. A cisgender male is a male who identifies as a man.

Gender Non-Conforming: A person who does not identify with either the male of female genders.

None Gender: A person who does not identify with any gender in particular.

Non-Binary: A person who does not identify entirely with either the female or male genders. They may identify somewhere on a spectrum.

Neutrois: Neutrois is a non-binary gender identity which is considered to be a neutral or null gender.

Genderfluid: A person who does not identify entirely with either the female or male genders. Genderqueer: An overarching term used to describe people who do not identify exclusively as either male or female.

Demigender: This term, (demi means half) is an umbrella term for nonbinary gender identities that have a partial connection to a certain gender.

Demigirl: A person (can also be called a demiwoman or a demifemale) who identifies partially with being a woman or has feminine characteristics. They may have been assigned female as birth, but they could also have been born as a male.

Demiboy: A person (can also be called a demiman or demimale) who identifies partially with being a man or masculine characteristics. They may have been assigned male at birth, but they could also have been born as a female.

Agender: This literally means ‘without gender’, so a person who doesn’t identify with any gender.

Intergender: Intergender people have a gender identity that is in the middle between the binary genders of female and male, and may be a mix of both.

Intersex: A person who is born with the reproductive anatomy of both a man and a woman. For example, they might appear to be female on the outside, but have mostly male-typical anatomy on the inside. These people were previously referred to as hermaphrodites, but that term is considered rude and outdated.

Pangender: A person who identifies as more than one gender.

Poligender: Translates to ‘many genders’. A person who identifies as more than one gender.

Omnigender: Translates to ‘all genders’. A person who identifies as more than one gender.

Bigender: Translates to ‘two genders’. A person who identifies as both male and female genders. Some bigender people have two distinct male and female personas.

Androgyne: A person who doesn’t identify with either gender. They are both feminine and masculine.

Androgyny: The combination of masculine and feminine characteristics. Androgyny can apply to many things - someone’s gender identity, sexual identity, and even fashion.

Third Gender: People who identify as neither a man nor a woman. Some cultures refer to some of their people by a third gender. For example, in Samoafa’afafines are male at birth, but if a family had more boys than girls and needed more women to help with housework, they male children would be raised as a fa’afafine.

Trigender: Translates to three genders. A person who shifts between the male, female and third genders.

Geezzz, Did you run out of surveys.

You should do a TEDtalk on the subject, Ehhh a trigender :lol:

For Nikorj......tasman1 » Post #2

Thu Apr 04, 2019 00:46 in General Talk

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: Typically April the 1st.

What about gender neutral traffic-lights, Why are only men depicted on them? (we need red and green women too).

Or Tivoli(Amusement park) opens a new attraction only for dogs.

Or Bamse og kylling (It's a children's program named Bear and Chicken) makes a combat, But now with real live animals after request from parents. (I think they might have to replace Chicken quite often)


Any good Australien ones? :D

I'm the luckiest guy in the world. » Post #15

Wed Apr 03, 2019 09:24 in General Talk

wildbillhickok wrote:
Quote:We have received an Official Letter regarding the Release of your Approved Fund of US$ 4.2 million dollars part payment.

Politicians receive this kind of thing everyday, you know, "fund", "approved"...

I think that's very different and depends on what part of the world we are talking about, But yes!! biribe and corruption are everwhere.

In the danish parliament there's a rule that states that every donation above 20.000 DKK has to be publically available so everyone can see who funds a political party, What do you do then with 1 million??? You split it into 50 donations of 20.000 DKK of course :roll:

I'm the luckiest guy in the world. » Post #13

Mon Apr 01, 2019 01:47 in General Talk

tasman1 wrote:
Nikorj wrote:
tasman1 wrote: Sir Nikorj , what about some nice drink , maybe SpontanCherry Frederiksdal Barrel aged Chardonnay
Drinking with Sir will increase my chance with some nice blonde

Will be at ILLUM ,best Copenhagen bar on rooftop , at 6 PM , see you there

Tssscccch Illum, I only eat at NOMA

Remember the red carpet :mrgreen:



NOMA is ok but only two-Michelin-star , remember you are Sir now

founder of NOMA Rene Redzepi is my friend , will recomend you to him

Yes!! you are right, After he lost that star i always carry my sick-bag with me.

You sound worthy of my attention, You can be my butler.

I'm the luckiest guy in the world. » Post #11

Mon Apr 01, 2019 00:59 in General Talk

tasman1 wrote: Sir Nikorj , what about some nice drink , maybe SpontanCherry Frederiksdal Barrel aged Chardonnay
Drinking with Sir will increase my chance with some nice blonde

Will be at ILLUM ,best Copenhagen bar on rooftop , at 6 PM , see you there

Tssscccch Illum, I only eat at NOMA

Remember the red carpet :mrgreen:

Vote for D.R. Clixsensia......tasman1 » Post #9

Sun Mar 31, 2019 10:17 in General Talk

Then i'll take the empty throne as "KING"

Cause in a real democracy, Royals do very little but receive a lot of money.

I'm good at shaking hands, And that's mostly what they do :mrgreen:

I'm the luckiest guy in the world. » Post #6

Sat Mar 30, 2019 08:02 in General Talk

alfamart wrote: you so lucky :lol:
and I'm jealous :lol:

True, And it's all because of Mr Michael Soma (i'm sure it's his real name).

From now on i would like being called SIR Nikorj ;)

I'm the luckiest guy in the world. » Post #1

Fri Mar 29, 2019 04:45 in General Talk

Oh boy oh boy oh boy!!!!! (Look What i received in my email)

Look at this.

Mr. Michael

29. mar. kl. 10.45

Dear Beneficiary,

We have received an Official Letter regarding the Release of your Approved Fund of US$ 4.2 million dollars part payment. To make everything fast and easy we decided to open an Online Account for you in our bank and from your Online Account with us you can start transferring your fund conveniently into your nominated bank account in your country Kindly get back to us.

Login details and instructions on how to access your Online Account and effect transfers to your designate Bank account by yourself will be emailed to you,you are required to provide the following information for further opening of a non-residential online account on your behalf today.

Personal Information

(1) Full Names:
(2) Nationality:
(3) Passport No: or National ID Card NO:
(4) Direct Phone Number:
(5) Contact Email Address:
(6) Preferred Currency For Account:

Regards,
Mr Michael Soma


IT'S ALL MINE, AND NO!!!!! YOU CAN'T HAVE ANY OF IT ;)

Reject recycling ......tasman1 » Post #5

Tue Mar 26, 2019 06:54 in General Talk

:lol: :lol: :lol:

But recycling is actually becoming a big thing, And also in the fashion industry (mostly in bigger cities where people have money). I actually had a lot of surveys about it including vegan food and so on.

Fashion stores in Copenhagen are selling recycled pants and shirts for more than double the price, Trendy city slickers loves wasting their money on overpriced crap.

I'm litterely saving the planet by buying recycled toilet paper which costs 3x as much as the discount version, You can thank me later (no worries).

Sit down and breathe out, Capitalism will save the planet.

Perfect answer for 1st question ...tasman » Post #6

Mon Mar 25, 2019 02:20 in General Talk

Hi survey expert.

Do you also need documentation?.

I was thinking of photo-copying it (You know what i'm talking about) along with a copy of my passport.

Will that be proof enough :?:

I love you valerie » Post #12

Fri Mar 22, 2019 15:29 in General Talk

pardeeep143 wrote:
alfamart wrote:
tasman1 wrote: What about me ???

dont worry darling
I'm still loving you :P



:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Stay away from Tas.

Regards from his pet cricket.

For my friend darkstar2.....tasman1 » Post #11

Fri Mar 22, 2019 01:41 in General Talk

tasman1 wrote:
Nikorj wrote: If it's on the internet it has to be true.

In my previous life i was a pet cricket named Todd.



That is correct , I was owner of that cricket ,I rememberr that time , some 90 years ago :mrgreen:

It was fun (Good times)

I do miss my terrarium a little.

For my friend darkstar2.....tasman1 » Post #10

Fri Mar 22, 2019 01:37 in General Talk

Darkstar2 wrote:
Nikorj wrote: If it's on the internet it has to be true.


It's only true if it comes from me :P :D

Quote:
In my previous life i was a pet cricket named Todd.

Incorrect, in your previous life you were a human, your name was Charles, you were married to a Nicole and had 2 kids. You were a farmer. Remote viewing is vague but somehow I can sense (although it is blurry) that you had a passion for reptiles at the time and for trucks / tractors and machinery.

Sorry for spreading fake news.

I will now crawl back to my flat-earth channel.

(And my trans-gender frogs)

For my friend darkstar2.....tasman1 » Post #4

Thu Mar 21, 2019 16:38 in General Talk

If it's on the internet it has to be true.

In my previous life i was a pet cricket named Todd.

Hello!! » Post #3

Thu Mar 21, 2019 16:29 in General Talk

Yes!!.

Trying to take over Tas's duty in posting weird stuff.

Hail Brittain and sleep well, Don't eat to much fudge.

Hello!! » Post #1

Thu Mar 21, 2019 12:46 in General Talk

GOODBYE!!!! ;)

Comfort- Illness-profit-INTERRELATED » Post #21

Wed Mar 20, 2019 08:56 in General Talk

valerie wrote: Well that's the problem too, people don't know how to save for a rainy day.
Of course, many people simply struggle to pay their bills and put food on the table.

Take my deceased 92 year old grandfather, as an example. He worked all his
life and paid into insurance all his life. The man never went to the doctor!
When he died, he was in critical care for one day and died.

So what I am saying is not everyone goes to the doctor, even if they have
insurance. However, many like my grandfather, pay for the insurance.

Where did that money go? Where did all the money my grandfather paid
in, go? To the insurance company!

They take out for everything else, why can't they take out a standard insurance
tax. None of that money would go for lining corporate pockets. It would go
for health care of those that need it, period.

BUT like I said, they would still need to lower prices, considerably in the health
care world.

Bernie is for free free free free. haha

I don't think Bernie has really understood the Scandinavian model he's so fond of.

Cause that free free free does not exist at all ;) , Still he has a few good points.
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