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Back in ten ........tasman1 » Post #3

Wed May 18, 2022 03:33 in General Talk

tasman1 wrote: Back , thanks to not doing to many surveys and and specially good paying one like this one just few min
5/17/2022 10:38PM
Surveys
Dashboard - PL74422431 - Complete
+ $1.72

Coffee for all on me

Thanks Tasman however be careful what you offer. Brazil is (one of) the largest coffee bean producers and exporters in the world. Well you would think that coffee here comes cheap. Not really, coffee prices here have doubled or even tripled in price. Crazy world isn´t it??

Dating fashion » Post #8

Mon May 02, 2022 08:46 in General Talk

kanjoormadam09 wrote:
tasman1 wrote:
Darkstar2 wrote:
tasman1 wrote: I am dating Russian Vodka

Save some of it, it might be worth a fortune soon, once WW3 starts any day now, hopefully you have some bottles stashed away, they will be worth big money soon :D



Sorry but I am not selling my girlfriend :lol: :lol: I will drink her :lol:

Selling girlfriends after the need is/was prevalent in every society right from the begining of different civilizations. I think people who go for dating just do to satisfy their lust and after all satisfaction they will find new mates. A sort of selling

With all respect to you but sometimes you speak in riddles or puzzling manner. If I understand correctly you are talking about "boyfriends" who leave or do not take a relationship further or get more seriously involved and commit to "girlfriends" but turn their backs on them when the fun is over. If that is what you mean, if so, well then welcome to modern society and be certain that the opposite happens in the same proportion.

Heat waves in India. » Post #21

Sun May 01, 2022 03:43 in General Talk

Arvind9 wrote: I was watching a video on YouTube by an Azerbaijan YouTuber he was a Muslim walking in the most Hindu religious place in India VARANASI showing how people are cremated on a funeral pyer and the ashes put in the Ganges just across the funeral pyres,the water in the Ganges looks like a sewage people take a dip in it drink it everything happens in it the dead is floating,the atmosphere at the place gives you an image of HELL a holy place or HELL,difficult to understand religion

Yes indeed that is difficult to grasp.We live in the 21st century where we have access on and about everything what is going on or not going on on the planet but belief (doctrination) remains untouchable. As a matter of fact the fanatics are growing in numbers and are becoming even more extreme. The situation you sketch in my opinion is a not a matter of culture,belief or a traditional and widely accepted way of behaving anymore and should be put an end to.

Heat waves in India. » Post #9

Sat Apr 30, 2022 17:44 in General Talk

Arvind9 wrote: New Covid19 variant emerges in India BA.12 10 times more infectious and dangerous than BA.2,India now is in the beginning of the 4th wave by June it will be at its peak people are living normally with no rules once hospitals start filling in panic will set in

You must be joking. We never get rid of this s*it. Here in Brazil people act like it never existed. Everything is back to well they like to call it normal.

Heat waves in India. » Post #8

Sat Apr 30, 2022 17:38 in General Talk

Arvind9 wrote: Its fine here temperature is normal for this time of the year problem is in Northern India where temperatures are between 43-50deg Celsius its mainly due to human activity,in Northern India electricity supply is also effected citys have 2-8 hours power outage rural areas upto 15hours a day,power shortage is mainly due to shortage of coal which is the main source of power generation in India,two types of political games are on inflation and shortage of power

Standard of living is going down people leaving jobs I asked people why they say people dont want regular jobs they want to start something on their own,startups are the buzz word its misleading because only 10% of startups are successful

Yes Arvind9 everyone would like to be his/her own boss. But that is not how the system works. The system is based on starting a family with children, buy a house which has to be paid of in the next thirty years, support your family , put your children to school put food on the table. This to make sure that you are enslaved to the system for the rest of your miserable life. If your boss tells you to jump you only ask how high.That is how the system works. Otherwise it all falls apart.

Heat waves in India. » Post #6

Sat Apr 30, 2022 17:28 in General Talk

tasman1 wrote: josealvesjr.... usual does not exist anymore

Correct , it is gone and I love that , today is 1st May and temp here is still around 20-22C [ in normal years it is 10-12C at this time ] ..... It will be nice to add another 5C and have avg all around year around 25C in Tasmania

For me daytime temperatures of 25o celsius and at night 16C that would be paradise. But we are getting closer to hell all around the world. Soon 35o celsius will be a cold front.

There was an ant on my desk » Post #24

Sat Apr 30, 2022 10:30 in General Talk

Darkstar yes so true.Bees are from the utmost importance. When a bee collects nectar and pollen from the flower of a plant, some pollen from the stamens the male reproductive organ of the flower sticks to the hairs of the body. When the bee visits the next flower, some of this pollen is rubbed off onto the stigma, or tip of the pistil the female reproductive organ of the flower.
Maybe Tasman can step in and start smelling flowers and plants because with his long nose and facial hair he can fulfill the same procedure. Like this he can save the world from starvation and femine. :lol: :lol:

Outer Range » Post #10

Sat Apr 30, 2022 09:52 in General Talk

valerie wrote: OuterRange for the most part has or had a good soap opera going. By that I mean, the feud between the ranches and land ownership. Also between the ranch owners and the sons of each ranch. Also, the bar squabble.

I do like sci fi but I really wasn't expecting a hole in the ground in which people pass back and forth thru time. That is what it appears to be. Not that it isn't a good idea but I think I was like many others, expecting a good series like Bonanza or Dallas (soap opera) or Yellowstone.

The problem I tend to have with story lines like what appears with OuterRange is they become boring and drag on with no real plot or ending.

Hoping it won't be like that because I do like Josh Brolin and the western/range vibe.

As a matter of fact I do agree, it is not what I expected and since the writers of Outer Range are the same ones who wrote LOST. Do you remember that one? I gave up on that one after episode 60 and it totaled 120. I fear the worst.

Heat waves in India. » Post #1

Sat Apr 30, 2022 04:53 in General Talk

Here in Brazil it is suppose to be Autumn with daily temperatures of around 27o but in April we experienced a much hotter month than usual of around 33o (well we all know by now that usual does not exist anymore :mrgreen: :mrgreen: ).
However in India there is since March one heatwave after another. It is suppose to be Spring which is the best time of the year. Temperatures are rising rapidly in the country, and rising much earlier than usual. Heatwaves are common in India, (also here in Brazil) especially in May and June, summer (hellish) began early this year with high temperatures from March itself average maximum temperatures in the month were the highest in 122 years. In certain parts of the country it can reach up to 50o (122F). Seemingly Pakistan goes through the same ordeal.
Embrace yourself and try to keep cool.

What NOT to watch » Post #5

Fri Apr 29, 2022 16:46 in General Talk

Lately I´m watching a lot of crazy stuff like "FROM" (streams on EPIX), "Resident Alien" (Syfy), "The Outer Range"(Amazon Prime) to name a few. All mind boggling. But it keeps one entertained.

What NOT to watch » Post #4

Fri Apr 29, 2022 16:32 in General Talk

tasman1 wrote: josealvesjr....Welcome back

Thank you Tasman . Everything ok overthere on ape island ? This beside wars, pandemics, sky rocketing food and fuel prices. Well at least over 3 weeks you have general elections overthere. Not that that will change anything

What NOT to watch » Post #2

Fri Apr 29, 2022 16:15 in General Talk

valerie wrote: Whatever you do, DON'T watch 'lizzo' on Prime. I didn't make it very far into the first season. I don't know, I just dunno, why people like that sort of stuff.

So, you're fat, you're overweight, you eat too much, you are on fat producing meds, you don't eat healthy, you are full of fat genetics, whatever the reason may be, I just can't see making a mockery of your fat.

I'm sure there are people that will disagree with me but it looks so disrespectful to ones very soul and looks downright nasty.

There are fat women that look real nice. They keep themselves clean and dress nice. Plus their personality shines through. They have self respect.

I do not watch programs like that I find them degenerating but I read an interesting article a while ago about causes of obesity in the US and a conclusion was that living closer to a supermarket is associated with greater improvements in fruit and vegetable intake and weight status in an obesity intervention.
Fast food restaurants are disproportionately concentrated in low income areas,
Estimates suggest that those living in the poorer areas of a city experience 2.5 times more exposure to fast
food restaurants than the wealthiest inhabitants of the city. Because individuals who live in these food deserts tend to
get their meals from fast food restaurants or convenience stores, they (can) often suffer more from a variety of health
issues. The research I read about has found that individuals who live in low income neighborhoods are much more likely to develop problems with obesity than those who live in more affluent neighbourhoods
It is all about money and profit so it it is difficult to lure supermarket chains into poor areas. Because poorer people have less money to spend on food, supermarket chains do not consider them to be attractive customers.

Outer Range » Post #1

Sun Apr 17, 2022 03:09 in General Talk

Aired last Friday (Amazon) "Outer Range" set in the state of Wyoming. I saw the first 2 episodes. Very good. High level acting. High rating 7.9 .Recommendable . Go for it Valerie!!!

Netflix , Black Crab .......tasman1 » Post #6

Sat Apr 09, 2022 08:12 in General Talk

tasman1 wrote:
josealvesjr wrote:
tasman1 wrote: Netflix Movie ... Black Crab

For start , most will not like this movie , it is not for all
This is very very dark movie , Drama ? yes , action ? yes , future ? yes
In this movie , who is good ? who is bad ? who is evil ? none or all ?

My kind of movie but not sure for you , nerve-wrecking movie , if you see it you will spit and vomit on all humans
For most it is better not to see any movie like this one

Good movie I saw it last week. Unknown who and which country the war was actually against.



It can be any country, that is part I like , no propaganda for any country

Yes Tasman true, I suspect the invading forces were from Andorra or Liechtenstein but my money is on San Marino .

Netflix , Black Crab .......tasman1 » Post #4

Fri Apr 08, 2022 02:57 in General Talk

tasman1 wrote: Netflix Movie ... Black Crab

For start , most will not like this movie , it is not for all
This is very very dark movie , Drama ? yes , action ? yes , future ? yes
In this movie , who is good ? who is bad ? who is evil ? none or all ?

My kind of movie but not sure for you , nerve-wrecking movie , if you see it you will spit and vomit on all humans
For most it is better not to see any movie like this one

Good movie I saw it last week. Unknown who and which country the war was actually against.

Time For ........tasman1 » Post #25

Sun Apr 03, 2022 06:21 in General Talk

Lately all posts are addressed by the "ySense Team", individual moderators are there (I just checked the status of a few) and do visit the platform but are seemingly not active anymore. Please correct if I´m wrong. I guess there has been a structural change with in ySense.

Time For ........tasman1 » Post #24

Sun Apr 03, 2022 05:04 in General Talk

After the recent wave of certain post topic removals I lost interest in visiting and posting on the forum. The accepted level of topics about p.e if an onion is a bulb or a corm (it is a bulb by the way :D ), or how to make flower arrangements, does not fascinate me that much.
Maybe moderators are now AI (not yet):mrgreen: . Screening posts for keywords and removing posts which violate any old (feudal) rules. That would explain the rather disrespectful removal or closure of posts without any explanation or clarification and moderator unknown. :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

Tennessee Book Burning » Post #8

Sun Feb 06, 2022 02:48 in General Talk

Darkstar2 wrote:
josealvesjr wrote: The roman catholic church is about over and done that opened the door for those so called pastors who are nothing more than conman,charlatans or even false prophets who prey on the feeble minded and are only in it for financial gain. The U.S and Brazil are loaded with them. Here in Brazil they even do not have to pay any taxes. Come here start your church but you must be a smooth talker.

Interesting because in parts of the scripture, (Revelations?) there is discussion about the "fall of the Church". OK not all priests are cons and pedophiles, but a lot are, we can agree on that - it's more of the cardinals and higherups, especially the ones who have TV spots, they are scam artists, they prey on false hope and desperation to raise money, it is a big issue here in North America, in fact some of the ministries and organisations you would least expect to be involved in scams were exposed and reported - and the whole "miracle scam", search for Peter Popoff :D So it's kinda ironic when you hear about a pastor wanting to chase demonic influences, he should start on his side of the grass - how many CRIMES have the Vatican covered up, looked the other way, not all of the victims of these pedophiles and/or sex offenders have all spoken - and if it's not sex offenders it's scandals, priests stealing from the money pool, you know the money you put in the plate at the church thinking it goes for a good cause, well think again :D Again, not all pastors are bad - but many are - since sexual urges is a natural thing humans were gifted to by the creator himself, they should start freely distributing shag dolls (the expensive kind), anything to keep them from committing crimes, and better auditing and vetting them, to prevent theft and scams. but like I said, some people in the powers that be, turn the other way, they are just as guilty as the criminals that most are :mrgreen:

P.S. I was wondering what happened to you, been a while thought you fell in a volcano or in Mel's hole :lol:

Thanks Darkstar and Tasman that you noticed my absence however here in Brazil January is holiday season. Full blast summer. At the end of February (this year) it is carnaval. Brazil is known for being on a stand still until after carnaval. Call it what ever you like but the first months of the year it is even more leasure than the rest of the year. This is how empires are build. :lol: :lol:

Tennessee Book Burning » Post #5

Sat Feb 05, 2022 14:47 in General Talk

The roman catholic church is about over and done that opened the door for those so called pastors who are nothing more than conman,charlatans or even false prophets who prey on the feeble minded and are only in it for financial gain. The U.S and Brazil are loaded with them. Here in Brazil they even do not have to pay any taxes. Come here start your church but you must be a smooth talker.

Tennessee Book Burning » Post #1

Sat Feb 05, 2022 07:08 in General Talk

How sick can it get? What is it, 1933 Nazi Germany all over again?
A (controversial) Tennessee pastor led a book burning on Wednesday night to fight “demonic influences”, with a crowd incinerating copies of books including Harry Potter and Twilight. LOL
The burning, which was livestreamed on Facebook, followed last month’s decision by a Tennessee school district to ban the Holocaust-based graphic novel Maus.
Bring all books. Stop allowing demonic influences into your home, pastor and pro-Trump conspiracy theorist Greg Locke wrote in a Facebook post that has since been removed.
We will be in our continued series on Deliverance from Demons. We have stuff coming in from all over that we will be burning it. We’re not playing games. Witchcraft and accursed things must go, said Locke
Locke’s event in the Nashville suburb of Mt. Juliet drew large crowds as participants threw in copies of the Harry Potter and Twilight series,among other books.
The 1st amendment seemingly knows no limits.
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