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I think the service has dropped off the perch.


Na still squawking





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I think the service has dropped off the perch.


Na still squawking






i'll second that but probably not squawking as much as you'd like. Still a
bit cold in WA to get inspired about gardening and winter weeds are not a
thrilling subject. The coming election just makes things more depressing!


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Na still squawking






i'll second that but probably not squawking as much as you'd like. Still a
bit cold in WA to get inspired about gardening and winter weeds are not a
thrilling subject. The coming election just makes things more depressing!


Gack!!!!! As if the cold wasn't distressing enough! Did you have to
mention the election? The current government has been the pits, but if the
polls are in anyway right and we end up with an Abbott government, we'll all
be driven to avoidance of the news and have to spent our entire lives
outside in the garden.

I'm currenlty waiting ofr the sun to get high enough in the sky to through
some sun on where I want to work. It's bitterly cold without sun on the
back but once it's sunny where I'm working, it's quite glorious.


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On 07/08/10 09:34, FarmI wrote:
Gack!!!!! As if the cold wasn't distressing enough! Did you have to
mention the election? The current government has been the pits, but if the
polls are in anyway right and we end up with an Abbott government, we'll all
be driven to avoidance of the news and have to spent our entire lives
outside in the garden.



So what you're saying is that Abbott in government will encourage all of
us to get out in the garden. That will be good for our health (exercise
AND better fruit and veggies), the environment (fewer food miles) and
our stress levels. Wow, Abbott has the ultimate policy and he doesn't
even know it .

Lionel


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On 07/08/10 09:34, FarmI wrote:
Gack!!!!! As if the cold wasn't distressing enough! Did you have to
mention the election? The current government has been the pits, but if
the
polls are in anyway right and we end up with an Abbott government, we'll
all
be driven to avoidance of the news and have to spent our entire lives
outside in the garden.



So what you're saying is that Abbott in government will encourage all of
us to get out in the garden. That will be good for our health (exercise
AND better fruit and veggies), the environment (fewer food miles) and our
stress levels. Wow, Abbott has the ultimate policy and he doesn't even
know it .

Lionel


Don't tell SWMBO or we will both out in the garden with the dogs no matter
the temp. Going for a nice subtropical 0-18 for the morrow.


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On 07/08/10 09:34, FarmI wrote:
Gack!!!!! As if the cold wasn't distressing enough! Did you have to
mention the election? The current government has been the pits, but if
the
polls are in anyway right and we end up with an Abbott government, we'll
all
be driven to avoidance of the news and have to spent our entire lives
outside in the garden.



So what you're saying is that Abbott in government will encourage all of
us to get out in the garden. That will be good for our health (exercise
AND better fruit and veggies), the environment (fewer food miles) and our
stress levels. Wow, Abbott has the ultimate policy and he doesn't even
know it .

Lionel


Don't tell SWMBO or we will both out in the garden with the dogs no matter
the temp. Going for a nice subtropical 0-18 for the morrow.

It was bloody hot here on Atherton Tablelands for a while today. I was
digging out bloody shamrocks - don't tell the Irish, but I hate the buggers.
It was bloody hotter when I was walking in the mountains to repair a
geocache, but that's a different story.
Cheers,
Dan


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I think the service has dropped off the perch.

Na still squawking






i'll second that but probably not squawking as much as you'd like.
Still a bit cold in WA to get inspired about gardening and winter
weeds are not a thrilling subject. The coming election just makes
things more depressing!


Gack!!!!! As if the cold wasn't distressing enough! Did you have to
mention the election? The current government has been the pits, but
if the polls are in anyway right and we end up with an Abbott
government, we'll all be driven to avoidance of the news and have to
spent our entire lives outside in the garden.


Why is it that the choice is not which is best but which is least worst?

David
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FarmI wrote:
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I think the service has dropped off the perch.

Na still squawking






i'll second that but probably not squawking as much as you'd like.
Still a bit cold in WA to get inspired about gardening and winter
weeds are not a thrilling subject. The coming election just makes
things more depressing!


Gack!!!!! As if the cold wasn't distressing enough! Did you have to
mention the election? The current government has been the pits, but
if the polls are in anyway right and we end up with an Abbott
government, we'll all be driven to avoidance of the news and have to
spent our entire lives outside in the garden.


Why is it that the choice is not which is best but which is least worst?

David


The only thing is Mr Abbottttt has a voice that can be listened to. Ms
GillHard is the champion of the nasal drone, and her arse is toooo big.


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FarmI wrote:
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I think the service has dropped off the perch.

Na still squawking






i'll second that but probably not squawking as much as you'd like.
Still a bit cold in WA to get inspired about gardening and winter
weeds are not a thrilling subject. The coming election just makes
things more depressing!

Gack!!!!! As if the cold wasn't distressing enough! Did you have
to mention the election? The current government has been the pits,
but if the polls are in anyway right and we end up with an Abbott
government, we'll all be driven to avoidance of the news and have to
spent our entire lives outside in the garden.


Why is it that the choice is not which is best but which is least
worst? David


The only thing is Mr Abbottttt has a voice that can be listened to. Ms
GillHard is the champion of the nasal drone, and her arse is toooo
big.


As their speeches are nothing but glittering generalities what matter the
tone used to deliver them.

I wonder if you would have ever said (for example) Kim Beazley's arse was
too big? Did the fact that it was make any difference to his suitability to
be prime minister?

David



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FarmI wrote:
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I think the service has dropped off the perch.

Na still squawking






i'll second that but probably not squawking as much as you'd like.
Still a bit cold in WA to get inspired about gardening and winter
weeds are not a thrilling subject. The coming election just makes
things more depressing!

Gack!!!!! As if the cold wasn't distressing enough! Did you have
to mention the election? The current government has been the pits,
but if the polls are in anyway right and we end up with an Abbott
government, we'll all be driven to avoidance of the news and have to
spent our entire lives outside in the garden.


Why is it that the choice is not which is best but which is least
worst? David


The only thing is Mr Abbottttt has a voice that can be listened to. Ms
GillHard is the champion of the nasal drone, and her arse is toooo
big.


As their speeches are nothing but glittering generalities what matter the
tone used to deliver them.

I wonder if you would have ever said (for example) Kim Beazley's arse was
too big? Did the fact that it was make any difference to his suitability
to be prime minister?

David

Kim was cuddly Julia is just too hard on the eyes & ears.
Some like 'em that way not I.....




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I think the service has dropped off the perch.

Na still squawking






i'll second that but probably not squawking as much as you'd like.
Still a bit cold in WA to get inspired about gardening and winter
weeds are not a thrilling subject. The coming election just makes
things more depressing!


Gack!!!!! As if the cold wasn't distressing enough! Did you have to
mention the election? The current government has been the pits, but
if the polls are in anyway right and we end up with an Abbott
government, we'll all be driven to avoidance of the news and have to
spent our entire lives outside in the garden.


Why is it that the choice is not which is best but which is least worst?


Yeah. Rather depressing. It's a pity that Mr Micro-Manager didn't get the
push rather earlier. We might then have been able to see what the current
lot of Ministers is capable of (if anything at all). As it is, we're voting
in the dark.


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On 9/08/2010 3:33 PM, FarmI wrote:
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FarmI wrote:
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I think the service has dropped off the perch.

Na still squawking






i'll second that but probably not squawking as much as you'd like.
Still a bit cold in WA to get inspired about gardening and winter
weeds are not a thrilling subject. The coming election just makes
things more depressing!

Gack!!!!! As if the cold wasn't distressing enough! Did you have to
mention the election? The current government has been the pits, but
if the polls are in anyway right and we end up with an Abbott
government, we'll all be driven to avoidance of the news and have to
spent our entire lives outside in the garden.


Why is it that the choice is not which is best but which is least worst?


Yeah. Rather depressing. It's a pity that Mr Micro-Manager didn't get
the
push rather earlier. We might then have been able to see what the
current
lot of Ministers is capable of (if anything at all). As it is, we're
voting
in the dark.


When there is a change of federal govco the hidden debt will I expect
cause heart attacks in the general populace


I doubt it.

What really irks me is the labor arsehole ensconced here ****ing away
almot 800k on sfa and not being concerned


All politicians are arseholes - the only difference is the degree of
arseholeness.

Having met them all in my small, unimportant, casual job, I get to see them
when they don't feel the need to smile and be impressive. From my worm's
eye view of them, I'd say that the worst arseholes are the Libs and boy are
there some real scum bags in that Party!!! Far more than amongst the Labor
lot which also has it's fair share.




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