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  1. U.S. mass killer, cult leader Charles Manson dies at 83

    I would have sponsored you!
  2. Crackdown on this, crackdown on that, honestly how do they keep up, I know I can't!!😁
  3. U.S. mass killer, cult leader Charles Manson dies at 83

    And for AUD $0.80, I have a .223 that would do the job nicely. One round should suffice.
  4. U.S. mass killer, cult leader Charles Manson dies at 83

    No it's the endless appeals that cost money, lethal injection costs USD$1300
  5. U.S. mass killer, cult leader Charles Manson dies at 83

    And not a moment too soon.
  6. Got a pretty good idea thanks, I see it every day.
  7. 5 killed, 9 wounded in pickup truck crash

    Double that and you will be getting close.
  8. Yes I went about 10 years or so ago, not my cup of tea but to each his own. It's funny how people read about some party goers getting out of hand and then suddenly extrapolate that to every one of the thousands there being out of control drug crazed lunatics. Most are there to drink, dance and meet people. Not exactly the end of the world.
  9. "Teenagers think they are invincible. I know I sure did some dangerous stuff." True on both counts, but it is not only teenagers who seem to leave normal safety practices back at home. I have been riding for 35 years and wear a helmet here, it amazes me the number of people of all ages with close to nil riding experience who take no safety precautions at all, and then find out all too late their insurance doesn't cover them in an accident.
  10. Thailand is still a third world country in many ways. People should remember this before making the choice to come here. In this day and age of information saturation, it is not hard to discover this before one comes here. Caveat emptor.
  11. Travelling at 86km/h and turning?
  12. This reminds me so much of the gun control debate in the US. Step one have a massacre, step two send thoughts and prayers, step three wring hands and promise various sorts of actions, step four story dies down and nothing happens, step five wait for the inevitable next one. Rinse, repeat.
  13. Any that are found to be genuine refugees are given asylum and settled in Australia, in addition to the usual immigrant intake (around 180000 pa I think) and the one off intake of 12500 from Syria last year, so these people have been found to have no legitimate claim. They have also transited through several other safe countries first. As for sending outsiders back, well that's been a game of strength since the dawn of man, I assume you are a Native American?
  14. Because then it would be easy entry into Australia, which the professional people smugglers would use as a selling point to potential refugees.