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countryside aaha!!! what a relief » Post #15

Mon Mar 20, 2017 04:52 in General Talk

tasman1 wrote:
Tokyo/Yokohama Japan

Crikey! You could fit the entire population of one & one-third Australias inside of that one super-metropolis! And Australia is about the same size as the Lower 48/contiguous United States.

Lets Learn a New Language - Hello » Post #20

Mon Mar 20, 2017 04:45 in General Talk

lcb7227 wrote: Australia: Hi, Hello
Slang version [ gooday mate, or how-ya-goin ]
Though I always tell my American friends that the best way to pronounce "G'day" is to rhyme the first part with "kid", rather than "good". As in "gidday mate" rather than "gooday mate". But they still never sound like a true-blue Aussie :lol:

What do you know/think about HK? » Post #8

Sun Mar 19, 2017 12:56 in General Talk

Very small. Very hilly. Very crowded. Very noisy. Very high-rise. Great food. Full of life. Full of history. Beautiful scenery.

Egypt » Post #2

Sun Mar 19, 2017 12:51 in General Talk

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What music/song are you listening now? » Post #2157

Sat Mar 18, 2017 15:52 in General Talk

Quote of the day » Post #3215

Sat Mar 18, 2017 14:43 in General Talk

"In the race of life, always back self-interest. At least you know it's trying"

-- Jack Lang

Mayweather vs Mcgregor PPV on Aug 26,2017 » Post #11

Sat Mar 18, 2017 14:08 in General Talk

Boxing has become a sport for old men wanting a quick payday. In my youth, the top boxers were lean, mean & in their 20s & early 30s. But now they all seem to be in their 40s & more talk than action. Mayweather = 40yo. Australia's biggest fight was recently between Anthony Mundine (41yo) & Danny Green (43yo).

Who wants to watch old men (in a sporting sense) who are well past their prime slugging it out, apart from those who are compulsive gamblers who have to bet on everything, or those with more dollars than sense?

Mayweather vs Mcgregor PPV on Aug 26,2017 » Post #8

Sat Mar 18, 2017 13:16 in General Talk

There really should be a "Who Cares?" option in this poll.

What's most important for you?? » Post #14

Fri Mar 17, 2017 18:47 in General Talk

tasman1 wrote:
he he , but you are not alone in that , this is Lonely Planet

Not necessarily lonely. I think there are three situations one can be in when they are by themselves:

1) Alone (on their own, with no-one to call on or help them if needed). Alone is a physical state.

2) Lonely (on their own, with a need for human company & human interaction). Lonely is an emotional state.

3) Solitude (on their own but not feeling alone or lonely, and quite okay with that)

Of course, one can also feel quite lonely even when surrounded by lots of people, if there is no connection with them.

countryside aaha!!! what a relief » Post #8

Fri Mar 17, 2017 18:30 in General Talk

I often sit at my window & watch these guys (the Australian white ibis) rummaging around the front lawn (and also through the rubbish bins):

What's most important for you?? » Post #12

Fri Mar 17, 2017 18:22 in General Talk

tasman1 wrote:
Wrong Marcel , it is not money and women but women and money, go back to grade 1

I've got neither, so I'll just have to stick with food as my #1 choice.

What's most important for you?? » Post #10

Fri Mar 17, 2017 18:19 in General Talk

mappo710 wrote: HEALTH ! It's not 1 of the choices , but it should be #1 .

The late Kerry Packer, once Australia's richest man (and the architect of World Series Cricket), said on at least one occasion that he would have given up all of his wealth for good health.

Two Cent Ads » Post #6

Thu Mar 16, 2017 14:47 in General Talk

I think we all wish we could get 2c ads. You have to be in the right country (advertisers can choose their target countries) at the right time as the 2c ads disappear quickly (since you can only buy half as many ads at 2c than you can at 1c). It has been a while since I advertised here, but I am fairly sure that advertisers can choose to display the more expensive ads only to upgraded members (who, by purchasing a :clixsense: membership have demonstrated that they are actually willing to spend money online).

Best thing is to install the ClixAddon so it will keep you logged in & notify you the moment a 2c ad is available for you to click.

Im rich.... » Post #8

Thu Mar 16, 2017 14:36 in General Talk

Slightly OT, but anyone else ever noticed that the only people who, in modern times, still use honorifics in their emails (titles such as Mister, Miss, Esquire) or Mrs followed by the (always deceased) husband's entire name (such as Mrs Benjamin David Smith) seem to be scammers? Like they are using century-old British etiquette books from the days when the sun never set on the Empire to format their messages?

And the same applies to the grammar - extremely formal, and very, very old-fashioned. Instantly gets the alarm bells ringing.

What is your current desktop wallpaper/background? » Post #4

Tue Mar 14, 2017 17:05 in General Talk

I have a little bash script that runs every couple of hours and creates a random colorful background using Imagemagick's plasma:fractal function. I then add a bit of a blur &/or swirl, and use another script to turn it into stained glass. I keep the last 40 or so creations in my wallpaper rotator folder & change the background every few minutes. Here's my current one:

ClixSense banned » Post #16

Mon Mar 13, 2017 22:41 in General Talk

cadence99 wrote: Which traffic exchange were you use clixsense?
We're not allowed to mention other programs in the ClixSense forums. Anyway, there are hundreds of TEs out there - some are good, some not so good.

ClixSense banned » Post #5

Mon Mar 13, 2017 07:34 in General Talk

Some TEs I used to frequent didn't ban ClixSense, but the referral pages would always fail the automatic approval process due to too many redirects.

..Smart Earning ...tasman1 » Post #24

Mon Mar 13, 2017 07:31 in General Talk

valerie wrote: W-D doesn't cost much and lasts a long time. You could have gave him a small can for a gift....and
also maybe some brillo pads for his stove. :lol:

He'd be long-gone by now. That was back in the early '90s. The last I saw of him he was being taken away by the police after chasing two teenage girls down the street with a plastic lobster.

home remedies for aches/pains aka The Bean Topic » Post #48

Mon Mar 13, 2017 07:27 in General Talk

valerie wrote: Beans on Toast?

You're a weird 'cookie' pindokhan....I mean 'bean'. Your new name is now officially 'beano'.

I often have baked beans, eggs & frankfurters on toast as an easy Friday night dinner while watching the footy. I thought beans on toast was a staple part of the diet throughout the western world :)

..Smart Earning ...tasman1 » Post #22

Sun Mar 12, 2017 19:40 in General Talk

Anyway, back to the topic.

Many years ago an eccentric neighbor of mine told me that the most economical way to fix squeaky door hinges was to use the dripping from the griller section of the stove. So all of his doors (and cabinet drawers) were smeared with god-knows-how-old meat fat.
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