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 Topic: Feed Room Bins
Re: Feed Room Bins [message #3280357 is a reply to message #3186885 ] Mon, 03 August 2015 09:44
  ransom  is currently offline ransom  
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Cranbourne South stocks are currently sold out, but we should be back in production by the end of the week. Only a short wait time for Cranbourne south! Very Happy

Geelong have plenty of stock!


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Forum: Advertising - Horses
 Topic: Wanted to lease Clydesdale broodmare
Re: Wanted to lease Clydesdale broodmare [message #3280351 is a reply to message #3279613 ] Mon, 03 August 2015 09:09
  karlsgirl  is currently offline karlsgirl  
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Found lovely mare thanks to everyone that PM me thanks a lot
 Topic: MINIATURE Geldings Geldings Geldings
Re: MINIATURE Geldings Geldings Geldings [message #3280358 is a reply to message #3280068 ] Mon, 03 August 2015 09:52
  KOOKA HEIGHTS  is currently offline KOOKA HEIGHTS  
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Forum: Advertising - Noncommercial
 Topic: Horseware Amigo Bravo 12 rug, neck rug and liner 6'9
Horseware Amigo Bravo 12 rug, neck rug and liner 6'9 [message #3280342] Mon, 03 August 2015 08:02
  zzahra84  is currently offline zzahra84  
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Location: Sydney
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100g Amigo Bravo 12 rug 6'9 navy/electric blue binding. In very good used condition just a little faded. Has no rips or repairs. Just a couple of 1-2mm nicks of the outer material on rump. These don't affect the waterproofness of the rug as my horse was 100% dry during the recent torrential rain in Sydney.

Matching no fill XL detachable neck rug in excellent condition. No fill so won't over heat the mane.

200g brand new Rambo removable liner.

I also have a matching chest extender which I will throw in.

Extremely versatile rug set, I have used it all year round but sadly my horse has outgrown it so it has to go.

$180 plus postage. Less then half price of what I paid new for everything.

Everything has been used with under rugs so is clean on the inside and the outside has been washed off with nikwax.


Zahra Park Fawaz (Wazzle) - TB - Chestnut
Talkin' About (Ash) - TB - Grey
 Topic: WTB - DIY Browband Supplies
Re: WTB - DIY Browband Supplies [message #3280343 is a reply to message #3279297 ] Mon, 03 August 2015 08:13
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 Topic: 2015 12 foot extended mainline float 4 months old
Re: 2015 12 foot extended mainline float 4 months old [message #3280345 is a reply to message #3277943 ] Mon, 03 August 2015 08:25
  MooseStar  is currently offline MooseStar  
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 Topic: Wanted 16 inch ish show dressage saddle
Re: Wanted 16 inch ish show dressage saddle [message #3280346 is a reply to message #3279951 ] Mon, 03 August 2015 08:46
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 Topic: Where to buy 4'6 winter rug
Re: Where to buy 4'6 winter rug [message #3280352 is a reply to message #3280315 ] Mon, 03 August 2015 09:11
  karlsgirl  is currently offline karlsgirl  
Messages: 285
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Try ebay thay have some cheap Rugs sometimes thay have free shipping to
 Topic: Tack room clear out
Tack room clear out [message #3280359] Mon, 03 August 2015 09:53
  talina sweet dreams  is currently offline talina sweet dreams  
Messages: 452
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Location: Ranges Equestrian
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1.Brand new aqua bling browband, full size super blingy never been on a horse
comes with matching tie $50

2. Full size aqua saddle blanket, excellent condition $20

3. Navy, red and white set. Inc Saddle cloth, ear bonnet and bandages! Excellent condition and a lovely set $40 Sold

4. Black full size bell boots with sheepskin, excellent condition $10

5. Black full size work boots, good condition $15

6. Pony tail bag, very cute and hardly used, $10

7. Pony white saddle cloth, good condition $10

8. Home made polar fleece 1/4 sheet, to suit 15hh horse give or take
only used a few times $30

9.Grey riser pad, few stains but perfectly working order $15

Pick up mount Dandenong, Seville or wandin or can post at buyers cost

Please text me on 0416 687 611 for more information or if you wish to purchase as I do not regularly come onto the forum! Smile
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 Topic: Massive Gear Cleanout - Jodhpurs, Rugs, Mounts, Bridles, Bits - 73 Items
Re: Massive Gear Cleanout - Jodhpurs, Rugs, Mounts, Bridles, Bits - 73 Items [message #3280363 is a reply to message #3280245 ] Mon, 03 August 2015 10:01
  Karly9110  is currently offline Karly9110  
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Location: Endeavour Hills, Vic
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Sorry Sal, Dress Circle body rug has already sold Sad
Forum: General - On Topic
 Topic: Have you got something to brag about?
Re: Have you got something to brag about? [message #3280334 is a reply to message #3280327 ] Mon, 03 August 2015 06:01
  Finn  
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The forum drove me to drink. Remind me to thank it.
Beck star, its ok I was very very careful lol. But yes a few extra weeks would have been smart.
Re: Have you got something to brag about? [message #3280335 is a reply to message #3280204 ] Mon, 03 August 2015 06:17
  Loranie flee  is currently offline Loranie flee  
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I picked up my bucket list waited all my life to get dream pony!! Owendale Harris . He is by Owendale Mandarin / Owendale Hazelnut. He is buckskin no white and is only one yr old. He's very shy at the moment but he's coming around!!he is section B for beautiful!! Flee and Pascal both have Owendale!! Flee is by Owendale Firefly and her bubs pascal is by Owendale Casanova. Sadly I'm not a 100 per cent sure who Flee is from!! I think I know but I can't say on here. The person who would know for sure if you read this she has grown into a very pretty little pony. I took her in the led at her first show which was an ag and she won a second over some real pretty mares . I have had so many people want to buy her and her dark liver chestnut against the white is beautiful!! She is my little girl and I love her to bits!! I will never part with her. 😊🐴
Re: Have you got something to brag about? [message #3280344 is a reply to message #3280204 ] Mon, 03 August 2015 08:19
  ms tinapink  is currently offline ms tinapink  
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My super-pony pointed up to Level 2 dressage last weekend Very Happy We also had our first go at official EA pony dressage a few weeks ago and he won the prelim and came second in the novice. I am so very proud of him.

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 Topic: PROMOTIONAL DEAL - WIN A TRIP FOR 2 TO DENMARK
PROMOTIONAL DEAL - WIN A TRIP FOR 2 TO DENMARK [message #3280350] Mon, 03 August 2015 09:07
  beladie  is currently offline beladie  
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Breed to exceptional Danish Warmblood Stallions, and go into the draw to win a trip for 2 to Denmark to the "Danish Warmblood Stallion Licensing 2016".
Katrinelund stallions on offer include TAILORMADE TEMPTATION, FREESTYLE, CRELIDO, ZODIAC, KATRINELUND TIN TIN, QUINTET, FREDBO'S GARMIN.

Email: rosenbjerg@bigpond.com for details and an order form.

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 Topic: Horse disliking men?
Re: Horse disliking men? [message #3280337 is a reply to message #3280305 ] Mon, 03 August 2015 06:46
  Isaboe  
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Its my party and I'll hoo haa if I want to
What? wrote on Sun, 02 August 2015 21:16

Lulu wrote on Sun, 02 August 2015 21:12

megs wrote on Sun, 02 August 2015 20:40

What? wrote on Sun, 02 August 2015 19:04

I had a grand..piano

I want a harp, one of the really big ones tall as me. We can do a duet Smile

I shall play the glockenspiel and we shall play Bohemian Rhapsody



Mama


Just killed a man
Re: Horse disliking men? [message #3280339 is a reply to message #3280337 ] Mon, 03 August 2015 07:45
  ross  is currently offline ross  
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I have 2 serious questions.

How do you think horses detect men from women? What are they picking up that tells them this person is male and that one is female?

Secondly, I have heard of horses (usually mares) that hate men, but are okay with women. However, I have never heard of horses that hate women and are okay with men? Does anybody know of horses that particularly dislike women?
Re: Horse disliking men? [message #3280340 is a reply to message #3280237 ] Mon, 03 August 2015 07:51
  Spell  is currently offline Spell  
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Horses read body language better than most animals. The horses that "hate men" are usaually reading the natural tension men have in their bodys. I have met a few of these horses over the years that hate men, but they did not have a problem with me.


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Re: Horse disliking men? [message #3280347 is a reply to message #3280323 ] Mon, 03 August 2015 08:58
What?  
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Nibbles_01 wrote on Sun, 02 August 2015 22:42

Bats79 wrote on Sun, 02 August 2015 19:11

If your horse is really sick and the only vet that can come is a man are you going to say "don't worry my horse hates men?" If you aren't going to say that then you need to desensitise him to men just as you would to anything else.


That is very true, I hadn't thought of it that way! I've organised another male trainer who has come very highly recommended to come out and work with him.

And thanks for the majority of the other posts, it's given me a really good laugh! I also had a grandma who hated men, maybe she's come back reincarnated in this horse =P



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Re: Horse disliking men? [message #3280353 is a reply to message #3280337 ] Mon, 03 August 2015 09:27
  jazir1787  
Messages: 11406
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Out of my way, I am in the midst of a hoo haa monologue
Isaboe wrote on Mon, 03 August 2015 06:46

What? wrote on Sun, 02 August 2015 21:16

Lulu wrote on Sun, 02 August 2015 21:12

megs wrote on Sun, 02 August 2015 20:40

What? wrote on Sun, 02 August 2015 19:04

I had a grand..piano

I want a harp, one of the really big ones tall as me. We can do a duet Smile

I shall play the glockenspiel and we shall play Bohemian Rhapsody



Mama


Just killed a man


put a gun against his head

(and damnit it all it's stuck in my head)


~ My treasures do not clink together and glitter...
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Re: Horse disliking men? [message #3280355 is a reply to message #3280237 ] Mon, 03 August 2015 09:37
What?  
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Pulled my trigger now he's dead
 Topic: Kids in HRCAV
icon14.gif  Re: Kids in HRCAV [message #3280341 is a reply to message #3280329 ] Mon, 03 August 2015 08:02
  Lulu  
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Dusty_Girl wrote on Sun, 02 August 2015 23:38

Common theme I've noticed on the Internet lately, people being so damn obsessed and concerned with what other people are doing... It really annoys you so much that a kid was at a mid-week comp even though you have NO idea of the circumstances that you felt the need to make a whole post about it? Confused I'm sorry but I find that weirder than the kid being there in the first place.. It wouldn't be hard to look up records, so as a teacher I'm surprised you'd single out this kid on the Internet..

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Re: Kids in HRCAV [message #3280348 is a reply to message #3280341 ] Mon, 03 August 2015 09:02
What?  
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Fraggle rock
Re: Kids in HRCAV [message #3280365 is a reply to message #3280348 ] Mon, 03 August 2015 10:11
  jovial_jup  
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What? wrote on Mon, 03 August 2015 09:02

Fraggle rock


HR Puffinstuff.


I have a high horse that I regularly get on.

 Topic: Shedding/Tack Room advice required
Shedding/Tack Room advice required [message #3280362] Mon, 03 August 2015 09:58
  Ponyface  is currently offline Ponyface  
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hi guys

I'm looking for advice about the best but most economical way of putting up a shelter and a small tack shed.

Who did you use? And what did it cost?

What materials? Is colour bond the best and cheapest?

Did you buy something pre fab and then get someone to put it up?

My BF is not very confident with building stuff and says he could erect a pre fab shed but there is no way he could build one from scratch.

Thanks in advance for your advice!
Re: Shedding/Tack Room advice required [message #3280364 is a reply to message #3280362 ] Mon, 03 August 2015 10:07
  jovial_jup  
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Step away from the computer,
It really does depend on your budget.
A prefab one could be the cheapest option as the labour for getting someone in, unless it's a friend, is expensive.
I like colourbond and some councils don't like tin sheds. Speaking of councils they can be difficult.


I have a high horse that I regularly get on.

Re: Shedding/Tack Room advice required [message #3280366 is a reply to message #3280364 ] Mon, 03 August 2015 10:18
  Ponyface  is currently offline Ponyface  
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jovial_jup wrote on Mon, 03 August 2015 10:07

It really does depend on your budget.
A prefab one could be the cheapest option as the labour for getting someone in, unless it's a friend, is expensive.
I like colourbond and some councils don't like tin sheds. Speaking of councils they can be difficult.


Thanks JJ

Yes. And our council in particular ( Macedon ) I have heard are particularly difficult.

Ok. So prefab. Well that should be fine as I don't think I require anything particularly special or non standard.

Smile

Forum: General - Off Topic
 Topic: Bed sheets
Re: Bed sheets [message #3280356 is a reply to message #3280256 ] Mon, 03 August 2015 09:41
  Ponyface  is currently offline Ponyface  
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bunny b wrote on Sun, 02 August 2015 18:47

Ponyface wrote on Sun, 02 August 2015 18:38

bunny b wrote on Sun, 02 August 2015 18:31

I went shopping today and went to a shop called In To Linen. As I was walking in I was behind a Continental Grandmother type of lady. Short, stocky, skirt to just below the knee, knee high stockings and sensible shoes all topped off with a lovely cardi. I bet she understands about the sheets I want, I thought to myself. As I watched her, she headed straight for one of the tables and picked up a handful of white pillow cases in a decisive way then headed to the register. Interesting I thought. I wandered over to the table and there they were! Commercial sheets!! Sold individually not in sets. Flat queen sheets for $19 and pillowcases for $3. They certainly feel like the real deal. I wont be sure until I sleep on them but I think I have found good old fashioned Granny sheets. Ah, bliss.


Granny sheet bliss coming right up!!
Well done. Good sleuthing!



Thank-you PF, I'm rather excited although reading what I just posted, I hope no one is offended by my ethnic stereotyping. I would hate the Adam Goode thread crowd to come in here and be mean to me Embarassed

That's pretty funny!

I had a 'continental granny' I guess. My oma and opa were Czech. And actually between them and my mum ( also born in Czechoslovakia) they taught me everything about good quality textiles.
Anyway, I wanna hear how the sheets go!

Smile)



I actually really like continental grannies except when they pinch your cheek so hard they make your eyes water Razz

 Topic: Footy fans- Adam Goodes
Re: Footy fans- Adam Goodes [message #3280331 is a reply to message #3279300 ] Mon, 03 August 2015 02:02
  Delilah  is currently offline Delilah  
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Awwww Kilanya the bubbas look awesome Fluffnuts does not seem as fluffnutty as he was. I love apples.
Re: Footy fans- Adam Goodes [message #3280332 is a reply to message #3279300 ] Mon, 03 August 2015 02:04
  Delilah  is currently offline Delilah  
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And Brussel Sprouts.
Re: Footy fans- Adam Goodes [message #3280333 is a reply to message #3280322 ] Mon, 03 August 2015 03:50
  sprintman  is currently offline sprintman  
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Hedecastella wrote on Sun, 02 August 2015 22:33

I certainly would never boo anyone at a football match and don't know much about Adam except that I don't like him ( black white or green) for what he did to the the young fan who called him a name. I think that much of the crowd reaction is in response to this action of his. Football players are often called names but no one has ever thought to take a teenager to court about it. The media should get off the racism bandwagon. How many other aboriginal players play each week without the same crowd response?. If the australian public were all racist this would happen to many other players not just Adam.


You might want to research the gist of your comment, it has been widely discussed in the media by so many and shot down a squillion times.

[Updated on: Mon, 03 August 2015 04:04]


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Re: Footy fans- Adam Goodes [message #3280336 is a reply to message #3280332 ] Mon, 03 August 2015 06:45
  Isaboe  
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Its my party and I'll hoo haa if I want to
Delilah wrote on Mon, 03 August 2015 02:04

And Brussel Sprouts.

Dead
Re: Footy fans- Adam Goodes [message #3280338 is a reply to message #3280331 ] Mon, 03 August 2015 07:11
  Kilanya  
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Delilah wrote on Mon, 03 August 2015 02:02

Awwww Kilanya the bubbas look awesome Fluffnuts does not seem as fluffnutty as he was. I love apples.

This is an older pic. Fluffers is super fluffy now and Squincy is even more fluffy than her! Fluffs has taken to wanting to be cuddled when I'm on the loo, which is super cute because she never wants cuddles! Skitters (we call her Little Beans now) is growing! Catching up to her siblings. They're all so precious!!
Re: Footy fans- Adam Goodes [message #3280349 is a reply to message #3279300 ] Mon, 03 August 2015 09:05
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Re: Footy fans- Adam Goodes [message #3280360 is a reply to message #3280020 ] Mon, 03 August 2015 09:57
  PanAllegra  
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djrayment wrote on Fri, 31 July 2015 21:13

Blocky wrote on Fri, 31 July 2015 20:56

djrayment wrote on Fri, 31 July 2015 20:50

Blocky wrote on Fri, 31 July 2015 20:27

djrayment wrote on Fri, 31 July 2015 20:18

Blocky wrote on Fri, 31 July 2015 19:46

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madsyoudork wrote on Fri, 31 July 2015 18:44

djrayment wrote on Fri, 31 July 2015 18:29

PCB1 wrote on Fri, 31 July 2015 18:14

no one ever changed someone else's opinion through an argument. Finn believes what she does. Until she realises that minority groups are hugely disadvantaged, be it openly or by stealth, then nothing will change.

That's exactly what science is all about though (Joe Public would be mortified to see how critical and outright harsh scientists are on each other - VH is utterly tame in comparison). We poke, prod and examine everything from as many angles as we can, come to a conclusion and then argue our case with other scientists who have done the same. Sometimes you've come to similar conclusions, sometimes everyone comes to different conclusions based on their perspectives and you can't resolve it because we need more info, sometimes we change each others' minds.

The difference here is that people don't actually want to discuss and argue, they want to defend their position as the right one and not be questioned.


I told you about the This American Life about the study on changing people's minds right? Well it turned out one of the researchers did some really dodgy things and falsified data so that didn't go well.

it was an interesting theory. http://www.thisamericanlife.org/radio-archives/episode/555/t he-incredible-rarity-of-changing-your-mind

But at this point, it's still incredibly rare to ever get anyone to change their mind. Depressing as it is, Finn thinks she suffers from racial discrimination as a white person. We know that is completely ludicrous. We also can't convince her of that.




White people can and do get discriminated against. I couldn't see a movie, had to pack my shopping when other races didn't. Not complaining, I chose where I was, just saying whites can actually be on the receiving end, maybe just not in your area



The only time this would constitute racism is if you were in a country or society in which another race was in control and you, as the white person, were being oppressed. People reacting to you because you are caucasian and they are systematically being oppressed by caucasian society, doesn't equal racism. The oppressor can't be oppressed by simple prejudice (by definition) - I'm sure it feels fuggin terrible and people feel that it's unjustified for them to cop flack for something they feel they have no control over, but it's still not racism (and frankly, it's a tiny fraction of what truly oppressed people face every day, so remember that feeling before being so quick to discount their experiences).



Yes different country and different society BUT both sides were white. Because the town was small enough that I/we could be recognised as foreign and could not speak the language it did not matter about colour it was just race. So yes white people can experience racism is my point. It's racism not blackism

But that is the point - this discussion is based in Australia. If you are both white but are from different cultures, it's not based on race either (coz you're the same race) it's cultural prejudice and isn't really all that different from 'small town intolerance' right here in Aus.


Ah ha that must be where I'm getting it wrong. I thought if you were a different nationality and culture you were a different race. I think I stand corrected

I think a good bunch of disagreement in this thread is based on mixed interpretations of some words (we call it the 'jingle-jangle' fallacy in my research), so it's understandable!
Racism in Aus (and in most parts of the world) stems back to the idea that 'whites' are the most evolved landrace of people, with 'in between' races (like Asians) falling in between and 'blacks' being the least evolved and therefore inferior - in Aus, when the British invaded they basically just decided that Aboriginals weren't evolved enough to be considered 'people' and so it was entirely legal to hunt them down like pest animals. When that didn't work, the government tried 'breeding them out' (thus, the white Australia policy that only ended 45 or so years ago), and our current PM is still pushing the 'there was nothing but bush in Australia before us whites came along' line. (Thus, calling an Aboriginal an ape is just a little different (note the sarcasm) to calling a white bloke a monkey).


ETA I take a wicked kind of pleasure (as a blue-eyed blonde) in pointing out that white skin, blue eyes and blonde hair are the result of genetic mutations and are all recessive traits - darker skin, eyes and hair are the dominant traits (and from a health perspective aren't a bad thing).


Shamelessly quoting DJ's post from pages back - which is absolutely true - to add in a brief history in terra nullius which I have discovered not many people understand.

According to existing law at the time, Britain could only claim ownership (and impose it's laws) over Australia if it was uninhabited. Legally the only options it had was to (a) purchase land from the aboriginal inhabitants (which is obviously did not do) or (b) invade australia (and defeat the aboriginal population by war. Which it didn't do either, because the victors would still be required to respect the rights and laws of the original people.

What we have been doing instead is ignoring and oppressing from the very beginning. And it is deeply shameful. We sit here as a first world country with a fourth world country within our lands.


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 Topic: whatever happened to...?
Re: whatever happened to...? [message #3280354 is a reply to message #3280249 ] Mon, 03 August 2015 09:32
  jazir1787  
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Out of my way, I am in the midst of a hoo haa monologue
Isaboe wrote on Sun, 02 August 2015 18:27

It's the Mash Surprised


Monster Mash or regular Mash?


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Re: whatever happened to...? [message #3280361 is a reply to message #3280354 ] Mon, 03 August 2015 09:57
  Isaboe  
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Its my party and I'll hoo haa if I want to
jazir1787 wrote on Mon, 03 August 2015 09:32

Isaboe wrote on Sun, 02 August 2015 18:27

It's the Mash Surprised


Monster Mash or regular Mash?


Put on your dancing shoes Cool
Re: whatever happened to...? [message #3280367 is a reply to message #3278421 ] Mon, 03 August 2015 10:25
  Friesian Friend  
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