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Discussion in 'The Pub' started by figjam, Oct 25, 2019.

  1. psycho_smurf

    psycho_smurf Donating Member

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    What's the point of anyone going there now? It'd be like going to a Jimmy Barnes concert and he just stands there and doesn't sing.
     
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    Calaber Nil Bastardo Carborundum

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    I'd hope he wouldn't. Can't stand his screaching voice.
     
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    Nup just sick of the fake outrage, you lot just need to go to the mall in your grey hoodie pulled down over your eyes and your elastic waist baggy arsed training pants and hang out smoking right outside the opening doors complaining how life is so hard :D
     
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    Oh the irony.
     
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    I think that applies to certain types of people, regardless of colour, race, religion, socio-economic strata, whereabouts... you name it.
    I have met some wonderful indigenous people (ie, Aborigines in politically incorrect speech) in their environment. I have also seen the worst, Cairns being a good example, and there a few other places that I won't mention. What we class as anti-social behaviour, and white fellas trash being left everywhere by black fellas.

    The cultural ban on climbing Ayers Rock/Uluru has a lot of questions in my head that I will not write about here.
    Regarding the personal safety ban, this is nanny state reaction, but sometimes you have to protect people from themselves. A death a few years ago at Kings Canyon was a classic case of this. People do dumb things, and the rest of us have to put up with the consequences. The plaques at the base of Uluru are testament to that.
     

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