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Alive, America, and Bbb: did you know? On NielsenPanel.org you can get paid to use the internet like you normally do! Nielsen, the company that does TV ratings, now measures the popularity of websites and online videos To do that, they'll truly pay you just to #1: Install their app on your smartphone or computer, #2: Use the internet the same as you normally do, and #3: GET PAID. It's that easy! Nielsen gathers data anonymously and it won't slow down your device. Room on the panel is limited but they're still accepting new members now. nielsen PHOTO: NIELSEN DID YOU KNOW? moneypets: lazyproblems: collegehackable: zarb: It takes like 5 minutes to sign up here! Nielsen is the real deal so I’m pretty excited about this. They’re already paying people to watch TV, now they’re gonna pay me to watch vine comps…. I’M LIVING IN 3019 Reblogging to save a bank account Nielsen is absolutely amazing and I completely vouch for them! They have an A+ BBB rating and they’ve been a trusted name since the 1920s, first measuring what radio stations peopled listened to, then getting into TV ratings, and now they measure the popularity of websites and online videos! So yes, you can quite literally get paid to watch youtube videos. What a time to be alive indeed. Pro-tip: to make the most money, you guys should Join the Nielsen panel on your computer AND your phone because they pay for each device that you connect. You can expect to earn about $50 per device this year and you can win up to $1000 in one month during their monthly sweepstakes! In addition to regular rewards, Nielsen gives away $10,000 each month. All you have to do is keep the Nielsen app installed on your computer and you’ll be entered into the sweepstakes. Top prize earners take home $1,000 each, and 400 people win cash prizes. To everyone worried about what data they collect, this is from their website: TL;DR they only want to know what websites you visit, and how much time you spend on these sites. They NEVER collect sensitive data such as usernames, passwords, login information, bank, or credit card information. So if you could use some extra cash, you honestly have nothing to lose! For once in your life, get paid for your browsing history rather than other people getting paid for it. IN 2019 WE LIVE IN 3019 Signal boost. This works in a bunch of places! You can sign up for Nielsen from America (Computer or Smartphone) Canada (Homescan panel) Germany (Computer or Smartphone) United Kingdom (Computer only) Italy (Computer or Smartphone) Australia (Smartphone only) New Zealand (Computer only) Hong Kong (Smartphone only) Switzerland (Homescan panel) Finland (Homescan panel) Portugal (Homescan panel) Spain (Homescan panel)
Alive, America, and Bbb: did you know?
 On NielsenPanel.org you can get paid to use
 the internet like you normally do! Nielsen, the
 company that does TV ratings, now measures
 the popularity of websites and online videos
 To do that, they'll truly pay you just to #1: Install
 their app on your smartphone or computer,
 #2: Use the internet the same as you normally
 do, and #3: GET PAID. It's that easy! Nielsen
 gathers data anonymously and it won't slow
 down your device. Room on the panel is limited
 but they're still accepting new members now.
 nielsen
 PHOTO: NIELSEN
 DID YOU KNOW?
moneypets:

lazyproblems:

collegehackable:

zarb:
It takes like 5 minutes to sign up here! Nielsen is the real deal so I’m pretty excited about this. They’re already paying people to watch TV, now they’re gonna pay me to watch vine comps…. I’M LIVING IN 3019
Reblogging to save a bank account
Nielsen is absolutely amazing and I completely vouch for them! They have an A+ BBB rating and they’ve been a trusted name since the 1920s, first measuring what radio stations peopled listened to, then getting into TV ratings, and now they measure the popularity of websites and online videos! So yes, you can quite literally get paid to watch youtube videos. What a time to be alive indeed.
Pro-tip: to make the most money, you guys should Join the Nielsen panel on your computer AND your phone because they pay for each device that you connect. You can expect to earn about $50 per device this year and you can win up to $1000 in one month during their monthly sweepstakes! In addition to regular rewards, Nielsen gives away $10,000 each month. All you have to do is keep the Nielsen app installed on your computer and you’ll be entered into the sweepstakes. Top prize earners take home $1,000 each, and 400 people win cash prizes.
To everyone worried about what data they collect, this is from their website:
TL;DR they only want to know what websites you visit, and how much time you spend on these sites. They NEVER collect sensitive data such as usernames, passwords, login information, bank, or credit card information. So if you could use some extra cash, you honestly have nothing to lose!

For once in your life, get paid for your browsing history rather than other people getting paid for it.

IN 2019 WE LIVE IN 3019



Signal boost. This works in a bunch of places! You can sign up for Nielsen from

America (Computer or Smartphone)

Canada (Homescan panel)

Germany (Computer or Smartphone)

United Kingdom (Computer only)

Italy (Computer or Smartphone)

Australia (Smartphone only)

New Zealand (Computer only)

Hong Kong (Smartphone only)

Switzerland (Homescan panel)

Finland (Homescan panel)

Portugal (Homescan panel)

Spain (Homescan panel)

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Af, America, and Apparently: Game Of Thrones's Natalie Dormer: men are as objectified as women on TV actor has joined the debate genders are judged equally on looks about objectification in TVand L4 shipperwolf1: brunhiddensmusings: fierceawakening: guyveranimefan87: eric-coldfire: eldritchgentleman: cruxofargon: the-critical-feminist: cishetwhiteoppressor: Finally, a sane celebrity who doesn’t bend the knee to feminist bullshit. Source My god I love her. I know people are gonna get salty af about this but by God she’s RIGHT. When Brad Pitt did Fight Club, he was cutting weight for every single scene to maintain his physique at 155. I’ve you’ve ever cut weight, you know how horrible that must have been. He did it because they needed a “look”. Changing Tatum said his Magic Mike body doesn’t last for more than five days. He starved down and dehydrated his already fit physique for a “look”. The male soldiers on Spartacus: Blood and Sand were eating pretty much chicken and veggies for every meal to maintain a “look”. Why is this such a big deal? Because all these characters are considered physical goals for men. These are actual unobtainable physical standards for men. Male body image issues get swept under the rug so often that some people don’t even think they exist. You want proof? Just check out that scene in Captain America: First Avenger where Cap just transformed into that beautiful beefcake of a man. Agent Carter’s actress just HAD to touch them muscles, it was completely unscripted. Chris Evans had to wear shirts so small they physically hurt, and he dislocated a shoulder during the helicopter scene in Civil War. But who cares, girls got to wet their panties watching Captain America flex. If we are talking about unrealistic physical standards of male fitness given to us by movies, I would like to mention Hugh “Wolverine” Jackman here. Yeah, he is ripped, isn’t he? Well, it is true, but to get that kind of definition, he went through 36 hour period of dehydration, which caused him to temporarily lose 10 pounds of “water weight”.  Thus during the fight scene he was filming, he was a hair breadth from blacking out whole time, just to look unrealistically muscular. As he said during interview with Steven Colbert, “If You go three days without water, You will die. Then, when You are halfway there they shout ‘Roll it!” It’s the same with professional bodybuilders who get into periods of extreme fasting and dehydration to lower their fat-to-muscle ratio to inhuman levels, all in hopes of making their muscle definition a bit better. According to experts, healthy body fat percentage for a healthy male ranges from 8% to 20%, depending on height, lifestyle and numerous other variables.  Fitness model and professional bodybuilder Helmut Strebl also known as “World’s Most Shredded Man” as he supposedly managed to get his body fat percentage below 5%… … But only when he partakes in competitions, since it is not humanly possible to live with such low fat percentage of one’s body for longer periods of time. I mean, yeah, he keeps a draconian training regime, as well as a very strict diet even off-season, but looks much more human then… There are documented cases of incredibly fit and muscular bodybuilders fainting on the stage in the middle of their flexing routines, as well as several who outright died, because of cardiac arrest caused by their blood becoming too thick, due to long dehydration… And let’s not forget about Muscle Dysmorphia, colloquially known as “Megarexia” or “Bigarexia”. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muscle_dysmorphia Yeah, it’s a thing, but it’s barely talked about, since it’s apparently not manly to admit to having problems like that, which also creates problems with researching this particular disorder… So… Thanks Hollywood? I had no idea that most people who looked like this are dehydrated until I read posts like this. dehydrated to the point theyre about a day away from actual organ failureokay so chris hemsworth is a absolute god of a man, but hollywood says ‘thats not good enough’ and for the thor movie he has to spend several days having the juice squeezed from his body untill he looses about a gallon of whats supposed to be him so that he can do 2 days of shooting scenes without his shirt, after which he has to have recovery time before he is hospitalized because i am not joking about ‘one day away from organ failure’thats the benchmark- look at chris hemsworth and process that he is told he isnt suitable for a shirtless scene without prepping for three days and nearly fainting real feminism acknowledges the unhealthy standards that men are held to. radfems brush them off as non-existent guys, feminism is for you, too. it’s for all of us.
Af, America, and Apparently: Game Of Thrones's Natalie Dormer: men
 are as objectified as women on TV
 actor has joined the debate
 genders are judged equally on looks
 about objectification in TVand
 L4
shipperwolf1:
brunhiddensmusings:

fierceawakening:

guyveranimefan87:

eric-coldfire:

eldritchgentleman:

cruxofargon:

the-critical-feminist:

cishetwhiteoppressor:

Finally, a sane celebrity who doesn’t bend the knee to feminist bullshit.
Source

My god I love her.

I know people are gonna get salty af about this but by God she’s RIGHT.
When Brad Pitt did Fight Club, he was cutting weight for every single scene to maintain his physique at 155. I’ve you’ve ever cut weight, you know how horrible that must have been. He did it because they needed a “look”. 
Changing Tatum said his Magic Mike body doesn’t last for more than five days. He starved down and dehydrated his already fit physique for a “look”.
The male soldiers on Spartacus: Blood and Sand were eating pretty much chicken and veggies for every meal to maintain a “look”. 
Why is this such a big deal? Because all these characters are considered physical goals for men. These are actual unobtainable physical standards for men. Male body image issues get swept under the rug so often that some people don’t even think they exist.

You want proof? Just check out that scene in Captain America: First Avenger where Cap just transformed into that beautiful beefcake of a man. Agent Carter’s actress just HAD to touch them muscles, it was completely unscripted. 

Chris Evans had to wear shirts so small they physically hurt, and he dislocated a shoulder during the helicopter scene in Civil War. But who cares, girls got to wet their panties watching Captain America flex.

If we are talking about unrealistic physical standards of male fitness given to us by movies, I would like to mention Hugh “Wolverine” Jackman here.
Yeah, he is ripped, isn’t he?
Well, it is true, but to get that kind of definition, he went through 36 hour period of dehydration, which caused him to temporarily lose 10 pounds of “water weight”. 
Thus during the fight scene he was filming, he was a hair breadth from blacking out whole time, just to look unrealistically muscular.
As he said during interview with Steven Colbert, “If You go three days without water, You will die. Then, when You are halfway there they shout ‘Roll it!”
It’s the same with professional bodybuilders who get into periods of extreme fasting and dehydration to lower their fat-to-muscle ratio to inhuman levels, all in hopes of making their muscle definition a bit better.
According to experts, healthy body fat percentage for a healthy male ranges from 8% to 20%, depending on height, lifestyle and numerous other variables. 
Fitness model and professional bodybuilder Helmut Strebl also known as “World’s Most Shredded Man” as he supposedly managed to get his body fat percentage below 5%…
… But only when he partakes in competitions, since it is not humanly possible to live with such low fat percentage of one’s body for longer periods of time.
I mean, yeah, he keeps a draconian training regime, as well as a very strict diet even off-season, but looks much more human then…
There are documented cases of incredibly fit and muscular bodybuilders fainting on the stage in the middle of their flexing routines, as well as several who outright died, because of cardiac arrest caused by their blood becoming too thick, due to long dehydration…
And let’s not forget about Muscle Dysmorphia, colloquially known as “Megarexia” or “Bigarexia”.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muscle_dysmorphia
Yeah, it’s a thing, but it’s barely talked about, since it’s apparently not manly to admit to having problems like that, which also creates problems with researching this particular disorder…
So… Thanks Hollywood?


I had no idea that most people who looked like this are dehydrated until I read posts like this.

dehydrated to the point theyre about a day away from actual organ failureokay so chris hemsworth is a absolute god of a man, but hollywood says ‘thats not good enough’ and for the thor movie he has to spend several days having the juice squeezed from his body untill he looses about a gallon of whats supposed to be him so that he can do 2 days of shooting scenes without his shirt, after which he has to have recovery time before he is hospitalized because i am not joking about ‘one day away from organ failure’thats the benchmark- look at chris hemsworth and process that he is told he isnt suitable for a shirtless scene without prepping for three days and nearly fainting

real feminism acknowledges the unhealthy standards that men are held to. radfems brush them off as non-existent 
guys, feminism is for you, too. it’s for all of us.

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Crazy, Cute, and Food: parisianqueen During the most poor and homeless period of my life, I had a lot of people get angry with me because l spent $25 on Bath and Body Works candles during a sale. They couldn't comprehend why the hell I would do that when I had been fighting for months to try and get us on our feet, afford food, and have an apartment to live in. Those candles were placed beside whereverl slept that night. In the morning, I would move them and set them wherever I'd have to hang out. At one point I carried one around in my purse one of those big honking 3-wick candles. I never lit them, but I'd open them and smell them a lot. I credit that purchase with a lot of my drive that got me to where l am today. I had been working tirelessly, 15+ hour days with barely any reward, constantly on the phone or trying to deal with organizations and associations to "get help at". It'd gone on for almost a year by the end of it, and I was so burnt out, to the point that I would shake 24/7. But I could get a bit of relief from my 3-wick "upper middle class lifestyle" candles. They represented my future goals, my home I wanted to decorate, and how I would one day not be in this mess anymore When we moved into the apartment, and our financial status improved, I burned those candles every single day. When they were empty, I cleaned them out, stuck labels on them, and they became the starting point of my really cute organization system I had ALWAYS planned to have. So whenever I hear about someone very poor getting themselves a treat maybe it's Starbucks, maybe it's a home deco item maybe it's a video game... I don't judge them. I get it. I get that you can't go without anything for that long without it making you go crazy. You need to pull some joy, inspiration, and motivation from somewhere moralistically poor people deserve things they want, too. it is unfair to expect poor people to only buy things they "need". enide-s-dear My grandfather used to tell me: if you only have 20 kr left, you buy grocery for 10 kr and flowers for the other 10 kr because you need a reasorn to live as well. shiobookmark You need hope and nourishment in equal measure im so proud of how well i cropped this
Crazy, Cute, and Food: parisianqueen
 During the most poor and homeless period of
 my life, I had a lot of people get angry with me
 because l spent $25 on Bath and Body Works
 candles during a sale. They couldn't
 comprehend why the hell I would do that when
 I had been fighting for months to try and get us
 on our feet, afford food, and have an apartment
 to live in.
 Those candles were placed beside whereverl
 slept that night. In the morning, I would move
 them and set them wherever I'd have to hang
 out. At one point I carried one around in my
 purse one of those big honking 3-wick
 candles. I never lit them, but I'd open them and
 smell them a lot.
 I credit that purchase with a lot of my drive that
 got me to where l am today. I had been working
 tirelessly, 15+ hour days with barely any
 reward, constantly on the phone or trying to
 deal with organizations and associations
 to "get help at". It'd gone on for almost a year
 by the end of it, and I was so burnt out, to the
 point that I would shake 24/7. But I could get a
 bit of relief from my 3-wick "upper middle class
 lifestyle" candles. They represented my future
 goals, my home I wanted to decorate, and how
 I would one day not be in this mess anymore
 When we moved into the apartment, and our
 financial status improved, I burned those
 candles every single day. When they were
 empty, I cleaned them out, stuck labels on
 them, and they became the starting point of my
 really cute organization system I had ALWAYS
 planned to have.
 So whenever I hear about someone very poor
 getting themselves a treat maybe it's
 Starbucks, maybe it's a home deco item
 maybe it's a video game... I don't judge them. I
 get it. I get that you can't go without anything
 for that long without it making you go crazy.
 You need to pull some joy, inspiration, and
 motivation from somewhere
 moralistically
 poor people deserve things they want, too. it
 is unfair to expect poor people to only buy
 things they "need".
 enide-s-dear
 My grandfather used to tell me: if you only have
 20 kr left, you buy grocery for 10 kr and flowers
 for the other 10 kr because you need a reasorn
 to live as well.
 shiobookmark
 You need hope and nourishment in equal
 measure
im so proud of how well i cropped this

im so proud of how well i cropped this