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Old 03-15-2017, 11:56 AM   #4831
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I narrowly avoided a wombat in the middle of the night on the road at around 140kph.
I'm pretty sure that cute furry fucker nearly killed me.
Blimey. What bike was the wombat riding to be doing that speed?
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In America one commonly sees some kind of animal on a major road. I don't mean expressways because there are fences preventing any four legged critters from getting on expressway roads, but the millions of smaller high speed roads that criss cross the nation. If one is in a car, or SUV, or a van, or a truck (lorrie) and moving at high speed and sees some critter up ahead, whether big or small, in my opinion it is better not to try to avoid it. I don't want to kill it, but trying to swerve to miss the animal can cause one's vehicle to tip over or crash into another vehicle. More often this kind of thing happens in the dead of night. The dead animal is usually eaten by one or more predators that are in the area.
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...and where can I get some?
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Old 03-16-2017, 11:20 AM   #4834
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It is an omen. It could be a prelude to an invasion by aliens, or it could be the beginning of the end of Australia, Tasmania and New Zealand, by some catyclismic event!
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It is an omen. It could be a prelude to an invasion by aliens, or it could be the beginning of the end of Australia, Tasmania and New Zealand, by some catyclismic event!
It could be, but providing that's by Space Aliens then that's alright.

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This is truly beautiful.
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Blimey. What bike was the wombat riding to be doing that speed?
Honda cx500
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When I was living in the states My fellow sailors and I used to tell all the yanks that koalas were called "drop bears" they weighed in at 200lbs plus and would drop out of trees onto unsuspecting tourists and eat them alive.
bwahaha
Of course savvy aussies avoided trees like the plague.
It's amazing how many yanks bought that crap.
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The speed limit is 110.
That stretch on the Hume that's dead straight for quite a distance just past the servo at Avenal, found out how fast an XR6 turbo will go

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Yeah true, I don't mind the odd Budweiser now and then
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When I was living in the states My fellow sailors and I used to tell all the yanks that koalas were called "drop bears" they weighed in at 200lbs plus and would drop out of trees onto unsuspecting tourists and eat them alive.
bwahaha
Of course savvy aussies avoided trees like the plague.
It's amazing how many yanks bought that crap.
It's your cute little accent that does it.
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