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Posted 17 Nov 2019 09:41 in The Lounge by michaelgm

[quote=don_dunstan][quote]Don, I have a rare 4wd Commodore that I've had since new, 2004, just checked odometer, 89560km. Doesn't get much use, locally. Trips only.

Local shops are about 15 minutes w ...

Posted 16 Nov 2019 13:43 in The Lounge by michaelgm

Don, I have a rare 4wd Commodore that I've had since new, 2004, just checked odometer, 89560km. Doesn't get much use, locally. Trips only.

Local shops are about 15 minutes walk away. Visit regularly, ...

Posted 16 Nov 2019 12:52 in The Lounge by michaelgm

Ok, Don, calling BS.

I detest flying, haven't been on a plane since March 1997.

Grow a few veg at home.

Lead a relatively simple and enjoyable life.

Last new consumer good was purchased was in 201 ...

Posted 16 Nov 2019 10:58 in The Lounge by michaelgm

[quote=don_dunstan][quote]Hey Don, please produce that magic eight ball, tarot cards or whichever other device you consult to predict the future and, post next weeks OZ lotto numbers.

All RP's can fi ...

Posted 16 Nov 2019 10:41 in The Lounge by michaelgm

Hey Don, please produce that magic eight ball, tarot cards or whichever other device you consult to predict the future and, post next weeks OZ lotto numbers.

All RP's can financially share in your wi ...

Ethan, a few things.

Some years back, In preparation for an up coming redundancy, training was provided in relation to CV, interview techniques and written application advice. IIRC? Providing a res ...

Adjusting staff levels to match business needs, even if season is standard practice in most industries. If they don't like it employment with the railway is optional.
RTT_Rules
Have seen ...

Posted 13 Nov 2019 14:10 in The Lounge by michaelgm

[quote=don_dunstan][quote]Fact is we all will kick the bucket, but really is there a requirement to fast track it by wrecking the joint?[/quote]We are NOT wreaking the joint. If people really believe ...

Posted 13 Nov 2019 13:37 in The Lounge by michaelgm

Don, weren't CFC banned to deal with ozone issue?

Nuclear war, ever heard of MAD? (Mutually assured destruction)

I've posted before Tim Flannery over egged the pudding.

IIRC! Tony Abbott, open to c ...

Posted 13 Nov 2019 12:56 in The Lounge by michaelgm

Don't go DD707.

More fun to be had here. When asteroids and the like are raised, like jostling for a lifeboat position on the Titanic.

People have their views and unlikely to change. Some study, som ...

Posted 13 Nov 2019 10:01 in The Lounge by michaelgm

Hear the appeal, hopefully verdict upheld and add an extra few years for being a PITA.

If that's at all possible?

Nothing doing here, over to bov.

Berowra?

Posted 10 Nov 2019 11:24 in The Lounge by michaelgm

[quote=don_dunstan]Well people like Greta Thursburg have been promising me the end of humanity for pretty much my entire life and I'm always disappointed to find that they're just full of wind like th ...

Could it be Medlow Bath?
Valvegear
Could be and is.

VG has the road.

[quote=bov]IMHO - this particular question has way too many answers that could fit, that makes it unanswerable without someone else saying "oh, but this, that or the other also fits"....

So, let's ...

[quote=Heihachi_73]Or raise Newstart above poverty levels so that genuine job seekers (as opposed to the stereotypical outer-suburban dole-bludging bogan with a "Powered by Centrelink" sticker on thei ...

Posted 07 Nov 2019 15:42 in The Lounge by michaelgm

Shane, interesting you mentioned diesel AND a coal plant. Often overlooked.

Some years back, I spoke to a bloke driving a dozer at Mt piper NSW, movimg/spreading ash, forget the exact figures but at  ...

Posted 07 Nov 2019 13:21 in The Lounge by michaelgm

It appears dead panels are removed from roof, Thrown into dumpster, tipped into landfill, (possibly moved a distance to the cheapest) run over with CAT dozers, then covered with whatever other contami ...

I sometimes wonder if he thinks in acronyms or only writes in acronyms?

Clearly a sprinkling of unexplained acronyms means STTAB.
YM-Mundrabilla
OK! I'll bite. STTAB?

Posted 06 Nov 2019 13:58 in The Lounge by michaelgm

Don, agree. There should be a stand alone levy applied the purchase, ie no subsidy attached, to dispose/recycle of life expired PV panels.

And this must be rigorously enforced. No Cowboys tipping the ...

Posted 05 Nov 2019 05:04 in The Lounge by michaelgm

Any odds on Gladys working for AGL post politics?

Always back the horse named "self Intrest" it's the only one trying.

Posted 04 Nov 2019 14:47 in The Lounge by michaelgm

Don, I get your point.

But a million bucks, doesn't exactly purchase a flash property in Melb/Syd.

Posted 04 Nov 2019 13:47 in The Lounge by michaelgm

OK, anyone who does not legally minimise their tax liability, has rocks in their head. If you disagree, love to hear.

Conversely, anyone who does not take advantage of payments from Centrelink is the ...

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