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What's for Supper? » Post #9

Mon Oct 10, 2016 21:15 in General Talk

Grilled lean pork sirloin steak and a side of green leafy salad with cherry tomatoes, kalamata olives & feta cheese. All done in less than 10 minutes. ~7 minutes to grill the steak, and I make the salad while the steak is cooking & resting.

First time grocery shopping in 2 months » Post #4

Thu Sep 29, 2016 18:03 in General Talk

Down here in Oz they've started stocking the Heinz "Seriously Good" mayonnaise in the major supermarkets. I'm a convert - refuse to buy any other brand now. Nice & creamy, not too sweet, and a decent price. Yum!

Quote of the day » Post #2951

Sat Sep 24, 2016 19:18 in General Talk

"Be more concerned with your character than with your reputation, for your character is what you are, while your reputation is merely what others think you are."

-- Dale Carnegie

People of the Future » Post #8

Sat Sep 24, 2016 10:52 in General Talk

The great joy of eating is as much about the texture of the food as it is about the taste of the food. And having a proper, sit-down meal where you need to use utensils & chew each mouthful before swallowing also forces you to take a proper break from the hectic part of your life.

I have a relative who, ever since she was a small child, has only eaten sausages & processed or finely chopped meats, because she doesn't like chewing. Apples have to be cut up into little cubes before she will eat them. She just finds chewing to be a really unpleasant chore.

Unusual Names » Post #3

Thu Sep 22, 2016 21:51 in General Talk

I reckon one of the best I have heard, mainly because of the following clip, was German skier Fanny Chmelar. Apparently the last name can be pronounced as "Shmeller":

the chase itv1 bradley walsh cant stop laughing during the Fanny Chmelar question (17/10/11) - YouTube

Funnily enough, only an hour or so ago on the radio a lady rang up & her name was Lois Lane. Her parents weren't Superman fans - she was born with the first name of Lois & the man she married had the last name of Lane.

Worst Movie You ever watched in your life? » Post #48

Thu Sep 08, 2016 09:19 in General Talk

Marcel-R6 wrote: After some brain storming with myself ,how about Spaceballs?

Spaceballs is great! Where else can you go to: Ludicrous Speed?

What music/song are you listening now? » Post #1634

Wed Sep 07, 2016 21:13 in General Talk

You won't be able to stop yourself from singing along with this one: The Cat Empire - The Wine Song - YouTube

Worst Movie You ever watched in your life? » Post #41

Wed Sep 07, 2016 10:55 in General Talk

aady74 wrote: There could be nothing worse than watching the movie "2012" in 2016.......... ;)

Wasn't that the one with the mutating neutrinos causing all the problems? Bad science - the quickest way to turn me off a movie. Can't wait for the sequel "2021" where a bunch of protons suddenly turn all negative & escape from the Large Hadron Collider, causing Europe to commence collapsing into a black hole. All is saved when a brilliant but academically-ignored scientist releases a bunch of God Particles (aka Higgs Bosons) he had been collecting over many years via a home-made contraption set up in his barn to quickly restore positivity to the angry protons & return stability to the planet.

What music/song are you listening now? » Post #1626

Tue Sep 06, 2016 09:01 in General Talk

And a follow-up from the same band, but 30+ years earlier: Cold Chisel - Star Hotel

The clip includes actual news footage of the riot that occurred on the night the Star Hotel (a run-down pub in Newcastle, north of Sydney) closed its doors for the final time. I remember seeing it on the news the next night. When the rioters rolled the car over & set the overflowing petrol (gasoline) alight, the flames spread to a police wagon which had arrested rioters locked in the back. A police officer ran through the burning petrol to free the trapped prisoners - they seriously could have died.

What music/song are you listening now? » Post #1625

Tue Sep 06, 2016 08:34 in General Talk

Cold Chisel - NRL Grand Final 2015 - Bow River - YouTube

I blew the speakers on my TV listening to this one - had to watch the actual game with the TV sound turned down so the speakers wouldn't buzz.

This may be of interest to Americans who follow the NFL: the Australian NRL (National Rugby League) is the sport that Jarryd Hayne played before he went to to the San Francisco 49ers to try his luck in NFL (I think he was a kick/punt returner). He has now returned to Australia & is playing NRL again with the Gold Coast Titans, who have made it through to the 8-team finals series commencing this weekend.

Worst Movie You ever watched in your life? » Post #11

Mon Sep 05, 2016 10:28 in General Talk

The Mist.

Why? Because I had read the Stephen King novella many years earlier, and it was the only story of his that had ever given me nightmares, and I had been dying for it to be made into a movie, and it took 27 years for that movie to finally arrive, and the movie was fantastic for 99% of its length, and then the bloody director changed the ending & completely destroyed what made the story such a fantastic one!!! I have never felt so disappointed at the end of a movie as I did after viewing that one.

The worst movie just for being a really crappy movie? Has to be Sharknado. I know everyone watched it, but a movie where you tip a tankful of sharks into almost every scene (bedrooms, bathrooms, restaurants etc) I found to be a complete waste of my time & I switched it off after about 40 minutes.

Quote of the day » Post #2919

Fri Sep 02, 2016 20:44 in General Talk

My humility constantly astonishes me.

- Barry Humphries

Name something people buy very often » Post #6

Fri Sep 02, 2016 01:12 in General Talk

My downstairs neighbor buys a lot of toilet paper. She has at least 20 12-packs of loo-paper rolls scattered throughout her apartment.

Another Day, Another Few Cents Earned :) » Post #9

Tue Aug 30, 2016 21:30 in General Talk

I think advertisers cut down near the end of the month for a couple of reasons:

1) Their advertising budget for the month has been spent or is running low.

2) They are waiting for payments they receive at the start of each month to hit their accounts.

You'll get good days & bad days here. I've had entire weeks where I've earned only a couple of dollars (bad), and single days where I've earned a lot more than that (good).

When funny thoughts pop into your head... » Post #1

Tue Aug 30, 2016 21:24 in General Talk

There's an ad I get to click on every day from Momtastic that says:

I'm FINALLY Up All Night with My Husband Again

My first thought is, maybe you & your husband should cut back on spicy meals late in the day. Indigestion & gas can keep you up all night long if you don't have any antacid in the medicine cabinet.

Premium membership-reg. » Post #9

Tue Aug 30, 2016 04:33 in General Talk

There's one being circulated on EasyHits4U at the moment: Get Free Clixsense Premium Membership

It tells members to close their accounts at ClixSense & then rejoin a few days later under the promoter's link, and after 365 days of clicking every day the referral will then be upgraded to Premium. I think it very wise to stay away from this type of incentive. Even ClixSense's About: User Agreement page recommends against closing your account to rejoin under another member:
Quote:Sponsor Changes - .......ClixSense strongly suggests that you do not close your account and open a new one so you can change your sponsor. ClixSense can at our own discretion not allow this activity to happen, especially if its to join a team.

Where are the Aussie's » Post #9

Sun Aug 07, 2016 23:45 in General Talk

Seasons here in Australia. Unlike most countries in the Northern Hemisphere, we officially start our seasons on the 1st of the month.

Spring = 1st September - 30th November
Summer = 1st December - 28th February (29th in a leap year)
Autumn = 1st March - 31st May
Winter = 1st June - 31st August

What browser are you using in survey? » Post #5

Sun Aug 07, 2016 18:11 in General Talk

Firefox on Linux works fine for me.

Where are the Aussie's » Post #7

Sun Aug 07, 2016 18:09 in General Talk

A lot of us are getting out & about during the day. It has been a beautifully warm & sunny Winter here in Sydney this year (August here is the equivalent of February in the Northern Hemisphere). People are still walking around in shorts & t-shirts, and you sort of feel guilty if you are sitting inside clicking when the weather is so good.

The only reason I'm inside at the moment on this Winter mid-morning is that I am waiting for a delivery, and watching the swimming finals.

Mad Mad Traffic Monsoon » Post #3

Thu Jul 28, 2016 00:55 in General Talk

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