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Checklist...............tasman1 » Post #2

Tue May 22, 2018 02:56 in General Talk

It's a very good idea Tas, Maybe the could even switch task's with brunettes.

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Damn, Still to early in the morning :mrgreen:

Today is Extraordinary day at CS ...tasman1 » Post #3

Sat May 19, 2018 05:35 in General Talk

Let's celebrate


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Today is Extraordinary day at CS ...tasman1 » Post #2

Sat May 19, 2018 05:28 in General Talk

Ha ha ha, It's the opposite for me.

Not much has happened (Regarding surveys) for the first 20 days of this month, And my monthly earnings are the worst ever!! (Just over $10).

Then suddenly on this boring saturday where nothing usually happens, VOILA!! 4 surveys = $3,07 and a nice $0,42 checklist bonus to add a bit more.

:roll: My yearly earning haven't even passed $100 yet ᴄʀɪɴɢᴇ ᴄʀɪɴɢᴇ ᴄʀɪɴɢᴇ :mrgreen:

i don't khnow what to say » Post #3

Wed May 16, 2018 09:41 in General Talk

Me neither.

But welcome ;)

My local mcdonald have kioks machine? » Post #14

Thu May 03, 2018 11:30 in General Talk

sweetpie3000 wrote:
Nikorj wrote:
sweetpie3000 wrote:
Nikorj wrote: Must deliver Quarterpounder to Tas beeeeeeeeeep

beeeeeepzzrrxxxxssszzzxxszxszxsssszzxx Hardware faulty, Beeeeeeeeeeeeeep Must kill all humans.


How many McDonald employee working in Denmark since you minimum wage over 20 dollars an hour?

Do you see more kioks in your country?

20 bucks an hour is not even considered high in Denmark, It's quite low compared to other jobs.

I don't know exactly how many employees are hired in their restaurants, But in Copenhagen i would guess it's around 8-12 employees at each location.

And there's still no kiosks for MC Donald over here, Only drive thru.

What sets us apart from the US is that we have strong unions that negotiates fair wages for the workers for a low annual fee.

Actually we just had Wage negotiations for the workers in our public sector (700.000 angry workers threatened to strike), Now they earn the same as those in the private sector.


You have less employees in your McDonald’s in Denmark? Wow no kioks Machine? Who is doing all the cooking? You need at least 3 cashier when it’s the store busy. It’s impossible to have 8-12 employees running McDonald’s business? You need at least 20 employees to run each shift the store?

Fox News said McDonald’s will put kioks Machine if the wages raise 15 bucks an hour?

Sweetpie, The demand is not as big as in the us, Also there's less costumers in general.

I think it's only a few of their biggest locations that has 20 employees, But again i never worked there so maybe i'm wrong.

Kiosk/vending machines is almost only found at train stations.

Dollar General is opening more store than walmart » Post #16

Thu May 03, 2018 04:00 in General Talk

tasman1 wrote:
Nikorj wrote:
tasman1 wrote: At the end of a day Tasmania will never see Aldi ....end of a story for me

It is not strange , nobody come here , only 2 retailers , only one power company , one bus company and much more , one ferry company , not to mention everything cost 50-100% more

Govt try to bring few migrants but they all run to mainland , they call us poor comunist

heck , it looks like bad communist shit here

Will Dollar General ever come here ? no way , they will preffer harakiri

I always thought you were exaggerating a bit Tas!!, But after a bit of research it seems that Tasmania ranks bottom in nearly every aspect in Australia.

But that's exactly why Aldi should open stores in Tasmania, With a poverty rate above 14% it would perfect for them to settle in Tasmania. If people are poor they need cheap groceries.

Actually i think it's stupid of them not opening over there.



They say problem is population , only 500 000 people are here and no increase for last 40-50 years [ tasmania is not that smal ]

I've just been on a trip to Tasmania on Google maps, And no it's actually larger than i thought.

And also Hobart dosn't look like a poor city to me, It actually looks quite nice.

My local mcdonald have kioks machine? » Post #11

Thu May 03, 2018 03:49 in General Talk

sweetpie3000 wrote:
Nikorj wrote: Must deliver Quarterpounder to Tas beeeeeeeeeep

beeeeeepzzrrxxxxssszzzxxszxszxsssszzxx Hardware faulty, Beeeeeeeeeeeeeep Must kill all humans.


How many McDonald employee working in Denmark since you minimum wage over 20 dollars an hour?

Do you see more kioks in your country?

20 bucks an hour is not even considered high in Denmark, It's quite low compared to other jobs.

I don't know exactly how many employees are hired in their restaurants, But in Copenhagen i would guess it's around 8-12 employees at each location.

And there's still no kiosks for MC Donald over here, Only drive thru.

What sets us apart from the US is that we have strong unions that negotiates fair wages for the workers for a low annual fee.

Actually we just had Wage negotiations for the workers in our public sector (700.000 angry workers threatened to strike), Now they earn the same as those in the private sector.

Dollar General is opening more store than walmart » Post #14

Thu May 03, 2018 02:49 in General Talk

tasman1 wrote: At the end of a day Tasmania will never see Aldi ....end of a story for me

It is not strange , nobody come here , only 2 retailers , only one power company , one bus company and much more , one ferry company , not to mention everything cost 50-100% more

Govt try to bring few migrants but they all run to mainland , they call us poor comunist

heck , it looks like bad communist shit here

Will Dollar General ever come here ? no way , they will preffer harakiri

I always thought you were exaggerating a bit Tas!!, But after a bit of research it seems that Tasmania ranks bottom in nearly every aspect in Australia.

But that's exactly why Aldi should open stores in Tasmania, With a poverty rate above 14% it would perfect for them to settle in Tasmania. If people are poor they need cheap groceries.

Actually i think it's stupid of them not opening over there.

THANKS TO CLIXSENSE FAMILY » Post #5

Tue May 01, 2018 03:43 in General Talk

I always get Happy birthday greetings from ClixResearch (Because i'm their precious gold nugget), I've never done a survey there but I'M SPECIAL..

Happy birthday Jacky, :clap: :clap:

Dollar General is opening more store than walmart » Post #6

Tue May 01, 2018 03:23 in General Talk

But grocery prices are still to expensive in the US.

I heard Aldi have started to expand in North-America, If you want low prices go see one (If it's possible of course) Don't know how many there are.

Expect lousy service and sour faces :D

Is America dream is dead? » Post #17

Sun Apr 29, 2018 04:41 in General Talk

It pretty much sums up my view on USA as well.

USA, A country where independency plays the biggest role in society, And you are your own responsebility whether you are doing well or not.

When i visit the states i see a closer connection between citizens and a lot more willingness to help and support each other(Especially in smaller communities), In Denmark we pretty much ask our municipality for help in all cases before considering anything else.

And US citizens also tends to have a little (Sometimes bigger) paranoia of the state, Which have to be as tiny as possible to not interfere with their personal freedom.

What are the social benefits in the US?, I would guess it differs from state to state, But an average?

My local mcdonald have kioks machine? » Post #8

Sun Apr 29, 2018 03:47 in General Talk

Must deliver Quarterpounder to Tas beeeeeeeeeep

beeeeeepzzrrxxxxssszzzxxszxszxsssszzxx Hardware faulty, Beeeeeeeeeeeeeep Must kill all humans.

Is America dream is dead? » Post #8

Sat Apr 28, 2018 06:04 in General Talk

Good question Sweetpie?? besides it's a bit vague, What is the American or US dream to you??

My Danish dream is that we can maintain a wealthfare system which helps those in need, And when they need it.

But times are surely changing, The big political theme in Denmark right now is Public vs private wages and how much difference there should be between them (Nurses, Doctors, Teachers in the public sector) vs (Nurses, Doctors, Teachers in the private sector), Should public wages rise as much as the private ones (They're doing the same job) or should they be independant of each other.

So a major strike is announced in the middle of next month and much of our public infrastructure will come to a halt if they're unable to agree.

Our government has also decided to side with the Employers on this matter and declare a lockout on all of the employees in the public sector if they don't reach an agreement (That means no work, no wage) for all of them.

Skrill horror fee in Australia...tasman1 » Post #20

Thu Apr 26, 2018 04:11 in General Talk

tasman1 wrote: Just to finish this topic

Skrill

fee ....................................high [ will try cash out above 200.00 next time ]
open acc .............................2 min ........................very good and simple
verify acc ............................2 min ........................very good and simple
withdraw to bank acc...............not sure , but think it was instant .... very good , like that


Final opinion ........ very good if you do not cash out small money , for me I normaly do cash out at 200-300.00 , only this cash out was smaller [ 70.00] just for start to see how it is going

Yes!!, It's just their damn fees (Mafia methods), That really annoys me.

Wish i could get myself to trust the "INTERNET" more to use other payment processors (Could kick myself at times).

Help!! i need a psychiatrist

Today $-0.5300 , bonus ??? ...tasman1 » Post #7

Wed Apr 25, 2018 03:17 in General Talk

Sounds like a good way to earn a little extra, Shitting in a bag and then get paid for it (+ Extra bonus if it smells nice) :D

There are many ways to earn alittle extra if you seek em out :thumbup:

ClixSense Rejoin to Paypal » Post #15

Mon Apr 23, 2018 02:29 in General Talk

No Paypal is not a scam in my eyes, Instead they're blind idiots who puts everyone under the same roof.

With Paypal i feel safe compared to the other payment processors who want you to hand over your personal id (It's id theft and they don't need it), I have no problem with validating my credit card (That's ok), But the rest is BS.

What is the Biggest Hoax? » Post #11

Sat Apr 21, 2018 03:08 in General Talk

Gambling sites are a big problem and way too many are getting addicted from them, And way to many are completely unregulated and a direct scam.

80% of all Danish Tv-commercials consists of Gambling/betting sites and loan companies, You'll need them when all of your money is gone.

Most of the loan companies are of course off-shore hiding somewhere in Malta/cyprus, Raking in cash with an annual percentage rate of up to 500-600% (They are even completely legit), They should be banned as they are no better than the gambling sites.

And christ, There are so many of them.

Skrill horror fee in Australia...tasman1 » Post #5

Sat Apr 21, 2018 02:36 in General Talk

Welcome to Skrill Tas.

People's reaction when they see their fees :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: , Sadly i'm also stuck with them, Don't know what i'll would do if they went away (They probably will).

Was so exited about Transferwise and then (Bummer)

12 600 extra a year in pocket ...tasman1 » Post #5

Wed Apr 18, 2018 06:03 in General Talk

tasman1 wrote:
leeuna wrote: Wow, that's great. Ours will be paid in another 7 years. Bah! I have been seriously considering a reverse mortgage on our house. Have you heard of anyone who has done this and if so, do you know the downsides to this type of deal?



reverse mortgage ... good and bad

good and bad , more money to have better life , you do not pay but usually nothing will be left for your children once you are gone

ps ...if you paid at some stage extra in your mortgage and have a redraw facility that will be much better solution

Hi Tas.

Is it Aus dollar or American?, Well anyways it's good to know that you're more financial secure now (You've been complaining about it quite a lot ;) )

Saving up for my pension myself, But that's a loooooong time in coming.

Time to go , sorry folks.... tasman1 » Post #4

Sat Apr 14, 2018 11:23 in General Talk

Just read it :( :( :( :( :( :( :( :(

If Clixsense is going to survive they'll probably have to make their own payment-processor.

Cause the other ones are just dying one by one :thumbdown:
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