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Other That's it, I'm moving to Australia

Discussion in 'General' started by 500mph, 28 Oct 2009.

  1. dark_avenger

    dark_avenger Minimodder

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    don't know how u guys seem to think our internet is censored?
    never had an issue with it.
    as for the fibre network, we'll all be dead and gone before the government gets there sh*t together and actualy rolls it out.

    but your more than welcome to come for the beer, bbq's and women :D
     
  2. liratheal

    liratheal Sharing is Caring

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    A couple of friends from Brisbane have issue accessing certain sites (Maybe their tastes are drastically different). However, your beer is terrible!

    My dad, a long time Brit, moved out there four years ago, and has had nothing good to say about a single Aussie beer.
     
  3. mvagusta

    mvagusta Did a skid that went for two weeks.

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    Don't believe whatever bs you people have read about our internet being either censored or monitored :hehe:
    If you want porn, you can either go online, go to a club x, or go out and actually get some, paid or not, and from any culture you want!

    Australia is about as diverse with culture as they come :eyebrow: Whatever nationality it is that you want to see, you will find it either in the city or out in the suburbs.
    Unless you go way outback, that's where you won't see much other than english backround aussies & aborignals. (true aussies) You might see a kangaroo or two, some cows, sheep, etc. Otherwise you'll have to go to a zoo if you want to see a kangaroo or a wombat, etc.. :duh:

    It's pathetic to see people think that kangaroo's and giant spiders are roaming the streets :hehe: I used to see one or two a year about as big as my hand, but i haven't seen any spiders with a legspan bigger than about 5cm diameter in over a decade :(

    But yes, we have dinosaurs. You can pay $20 to take a velociraptor for a 5 minute ride around the city for example.
     
  4. quietguy

    quietguy D'orc

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    You drive a hard bargain but, Sold, i'll be the in June or so of 2010. :thumb:
     
  5. liratheal

    liratheal Sharing is Caring

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    Yeah, but it's more fun to stereotype the entire country into being a giant kangaroo farm that also happens to have more gigantic spiders per square foot than China has people.
     
  6. Baz

    Baz I work for Corsair

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    Flights booked:rock:
     
  7. Fisher.

    Fisher. partially impartial

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    Are we talking saddle, or is it more like horse and buggy?
     

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