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    Re: a question for the aussies

    Here ya bloody go.....

    Bluey, Paul. The pollies did it for the same g'damn reason the orange one seperated kids from their mothers at your southern border...

    It buys votes amongst the...
  2. Re: Cop shoots 11 year old girl with taser

    what I don't understand is....

    Where is her father in all this...


    If this happened to one of mine my response would be utterly reptilian, devoid of all humanity, all compassion.

    The cop...
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    Re: I Probably Wont Be Posting As Often

    Joe, It has been very educational to watch you and Rene build your company.

    Sue and I hope you go hard, but don't forget yourselves

    We are cheering for you.
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    Re: Manchester Bomber Update

    Hey Bluie.

    With your faux outrage, I will ask you a question

    Why are you so worried about Pommy kids when I will bring up one of the most obscene responses to a terrorist atttack

    Thoughts...
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    Re: Is this a parking system?

    I parked in Sydney one time and it turned out it was a "private parking area"

    The business model was to watch some one park, then clamp the car and charge several hundred dollars to unclamp.

    I...
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    Re: Can you grok big numbers?

    I can grok....

    The circumference of my personal space, a circle made by holding my arms out from the shoulder, measuring from fingertip to fingertip.

    The distance I can walk from sunup to...
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    Re: "Grandpa" -- Round 1

    Your grandson, Rowan? is freaking gorgeous.

    Every day I look for an open this thread to get my installment of "The adventures of Geffen".

    Thank you for including me in your family.
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    Re: An educational moment....

    Paul, Thank you, I did not know there was a translator on Google. I will go to the site and do some research. I think you have already done that and I thank you for your effort.

    Sharpie, The first...
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    An educational moment....

    I'm appealing to the members who were lucky enough to receive a classical education.

    Those who have read my posts about my life would understand.

    My personal motto is one word...

    Endurance....
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    Re: Some good news amongst the drivel

    At 08:28 Aust. EST, Sofia Lee entered the world weighing a healthy 3.9 kilos and measuring 50cm long

    I am desperate to meet her.

    Please welcome Sofia to the world
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    Re: Meanwhile, somewhere in Australia

    An a huntsman is an even better house guest

    I have three living in my shed, they all would span wider than a bread and butter plate. I consider myself to be very lucky to have them move in

    It...
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    Some good news amongst the drivel

    I just received a text message from my oldest son Joshua, his bride is in labour as I write.

    It looks like she will require a caesar(sp?) to complete the job.

    Please send good vibes.

    This...
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    Re: New findings on human evolution

    I did not say or imply anything. I just put up an example of a theory, shoot it down if you can. It has as much currency as any other thought. if the land bridge did exist the remains would be under...
  14. Re: You Were Right, Study Shows You Probably Didn't Need That High School Calculus Al

    That is where you are so very, very wrong.

    That you would write those words and mean them, means a lot to me.

    I thank you for showing me that level of empathy,
  15. Re: You Were Right, Study Shows You Probably Didn't Need That High School Calculus Al

    You are all privileged beyond the thinking of it..

    I would have liked to be able to sit in the class in which it was taught.

    It was not to be.

    You, Boy, will be a slave to the white man. You...
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    Re: New findings on human evolution

    There are too many "What If's"

    The academics are talking the language of "Settled Science" and it is not.

    The migratory routes are a guess, educated? Yes, but still a guess.

    "What If" there...
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    Re: New findings on human evolution

    You all do realise these are theories, no more, no less.

    No body in 2018 has definitive proof of what happened back at the dawn of time.

    There should a caveat on all papers " In actual fact,...
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    Re: Touring Australia Question?

    Brian,
    I live about a hundred miles south of Sydney, I can't offer you any fancy tourist things or trips into the bush, but, I can offer you a tour of the piece of paradise I call home.

    I need a...
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    Re: 'They're not cages....'

    I wonder how far it is to the "Showers"
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    Re: How has White Privildge affecred your life

    In Australia, My family was and is considered "Black", coons, abo's, all the derogatory, insulting, demeaning nasty sh!!t that the white man could think of.

    As a grown man, no person has ever had...
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    Re: Some motorbikes just look right

    I thought you was riding with a mob, so, I'll forgive you.

    At least you were riding in paradise an giving it some curry.

    Remember the old truckies prayer,

    Keep it between the posts an...
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    Re: Some motorbikes just look right

    O.K. Ian, I am officially dirty on ya. That bridge in the photo is less than a K from my house an you did not drop in for coffee. Shame on you. You know I need ten seconds notice to get the coffee on.
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    Re: The shroud of Turin

    I wonder if anyone actually has read the rules of how that particular execution was carried out. there were strict rules and one of them was that the corpse was left to rot on the cross as...
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    Re: "there is no such thing as Race"...

    You are a real piece of work, aren't you?

    come and live in my world and you will find how real racism is.

    Don't sit and quote some academic who lives in an ivory tower, embrace reality an...
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    Re: history, quietly displayed.

    Here in Australia, Europeans say that history starts at the sighting of the east coast by Capt. James cook in 1770.

    My mob has occupied the same land, the Manning Valley on the North Coast of NSW,...
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    Re: Clean deck

    What wave is going to sweep that?

    the one that is the deck level plus is the one. The sea does not have a PHD in ship design, but, it has a habit of bringing the hubris of designers to the fore.
    ...
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    Re: Clean deck

    O.K. A scenario.

    Mr an Mrs moneybags own this "Yacht". They invite a group of friends to go sailing for a lunch cruise.....
    They sail out of the harbour in a light breeze with low seas.....
    A...
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    The boat in the O.P. is the nautical equivalent of....Pi equals three.
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    Re: Moving toward vegan

    Jonboy, Were you in the cell with me when I lost thirty percent of my body weight in 56 days. If that is not starving it's bloody close.

    I do not assume that my life is going to be the same...
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    Re: Moving toward vegan

    Humans are omnivores, meaning we are able to eat just about anything that is how we roll

    I am here to survive and pass on my genetic material

    I will eat anything= survival

    I have nearly...
  31. Re: An interesting video on building country bridges.

    Peter, Purrie...
    You know that there are crocs in every creek, kangaroos in George street, drop bears in every tree, poisonous spiders under every bed, snakes bloody everywhere.

    If you stay on...
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    Re: April 25, 2018. 4.30 am. ANZAC Day

    Yes, my friend, without the politics. we have to think of the young men who answered the call, without knowing.
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    Re: Suicide Ideation

    It's 0400 Monday morning and as usual I'm up and firing, so it is time to respond.

    First up, I would like to thank everyone who responded to me. the generosity of spirit is amazing. I am a loner...
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    Re: fire

    Come home with me in the Australian bush an I will show you

    You need a certain reed, dry as a dead dingo's donga, some paper bark and a dry piece of gum wood. Lots and lots of patience and then,...
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    Re: fire

    As an indigenous boy I was taught to survive in the Australian bush, naked.
    What you put up as a challenge was taught to me before I was seven years old

    At times my Uncle and I would cruise...
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    Suicide Ideation

    last Tuesday, a week ago it started. I was parking my car in the supermarket carpark when two young lads, in their early thirties decided that I had "stolen" their spot and took umbrage at my...
  37. Thread: Easter

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    Re: Easter

    The biggest con game going.
    I was bashed ,raped, robbed and lied to, all my childhood by, so called "christians"
    As an adult I learned to stay well to weather of them and to treat them with...
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    Re: beans for brekky?

    Three pipes of a really good mix an a coffee.
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    Re: Please answer me this?

    You see, as a child we were not allowed pets. I never had that experience. My wife an I welcomed some feral cats in the neighbourhood to move in an become family. I could not turn them away, In my...
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    Re: School shootings("Just the facts ma'm.")

    I do wonder if America understands that in the rest of the world "School Shootings" are not "Extraordinarily rare" but, unheard of.

    As the facebook meme says. "The one thing in Australia that...
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    Please answer me this?

    About six years ago My sister was going to have her old hound put down because she no longer fit in with her lifestyle.

    My wife and I objected on the following grounds;

    There were no medical...
  42. Re: Former Hippies Put in Horrible Position of Rooting for F.B.I.

    Here in Aus the word "Rooting" has a slightly different meaning.

    because of this difference you owe me a new keyboard.
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    I wonder....Time, as we measure it is an artificial concept.

    the sun and the stars don't understand ? o'clock The world turns anyway.

    And I believe the human organism is a hell of a lot...
  44. Re: The Deadliest Animals in The US Probably Aren't What You Think They Are

    Sharpie, I still reckon a cranky something that has more teeth than a chainsaw, who wakes up in a worse mood than my bride and weighs in at around 1900lbs is going to make me have nightmares.

    We...
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    Re: Credenza extraordinaire

    O.K. you go buy that piece of furniture for a cool half million....

    Proudly bring it home....

    Install it in the living room....

    Your four year old grandie comes over for a visit....
    ...
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    Re: Good Morning.

    I started to use the chisels just like my father did, only problem is, I had not been trained by a Jewish woodcarver from Austria. I do not have the inate skill Dad was born with or the patience he...
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    Re: Good Morning.

    Peter, I am going to try to get the mortise out with just chisels.

    I watched my father do it years ago, If he can do that I can too.
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    Re: Good Morning.

    The mortise will be two inches wide and about six inches long. I don't know the species of the wood but it looks and feels like black butt or similar.

    I am attempting to build a bench about two...
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    Good Morning.

    It is Monday morning, 5th march.

    The weather is dreary, overcast with a light drifting rain and a temperature of 17.5c or 62f, cold and uncomfortable.

    The sort of day to cuddle up with a warm...
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    Re: Gaslighting

    There is one protection you can use...

    Violence, overwhelming violence.

    Many years ago I had someone doing this, spreading lies and unthruths about me, two of which was,

    Domestic violence...
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