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Old 01-25-2013, 06:18 PM   #581
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We have over 6000 species of flies, about 4000 species of ants, and there are about 350 species of termites




...and 10.000 species of humans. Scientists have no explanation, except...

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Australia is home to six of the top ten deadliest snakes in the world



I know you don't like your swivel-hipped beauty queen of a PM, but who are the other five?

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What if you lived in Australia?

There are more than 150 million sheep in Australia, and only some 23 million people.



Not any more, there aren't. 2012-13 estimate is 77.4 million.
Today is also India Republic Day, well done India.

We should get ourselves a more appropriate day to celebrate, how about Jan 1?
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We should get ourselves a more appropriate day to celebrate, how about Jan 1?
Or how about Jan 7th.?
That way maybe we can celebrate again around two weeks later.

Here's hoping this only happens once every two thousand years.
See ya at the next one.
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I...along with my useless brothers (and don't get me started on my sister and sister's-in-law) would be be all out for 8 against the kids and grandkids declared at 31. Stupid backyard cricket!
After the barby we're playing backyard footy, where size and weight count for more than skill.
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I know you don't like your swivel-hipped beauty queen of a PM, but who are the other five?


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Not any more, there aren't. 2012-13 estimate is 77.4 million.


We should get ourselves a more appropriate day to celebrate, how about Jan 1?
Well , then they better start gettin' busy in their spare time and prove me correct, Or, we could just borrow a few from NZ

As for a date, not sure, It should be Jan 1 when we became a nation on Jan 1, It should be changed as today's date does offend the Aborigines. If a date were ever seriously discussed, they should have a big say in it

And, palo, since I gave ya honorary citizenship, Are you havin' a BBQ today
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And, palo, since I gave ya honorary citizenship, Are you havin' a BBQ today
I'll be grilling something, probably homemade hamburgers, onions and tomatos. I have a portable grill in the kitchen

And I'll drink to your health, and Australia's
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I'll be grilling something, probably homemade hamburgers,
Mate, ya gotta have a hamburger Aussie style today



Bun, obviously
100% cow
Cheese, your choice which, Swiss I like
Tomato
Bacon
Lettuce
Fried Onion
Fried Egg
Beetroot
Pineapple
And drown it in tomato sauce

OK, you can skip on the pineapple


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Mate, ya gotta have a hamburger Aussie style today



Bun, obviously
100% cow
Cheese, your choice which, Swiss I like
Tomato
Bacon
Lettuce
Fried Onion
Fried Egg
Beetroot
Pineapple
And drown in in tomato sauce

OK, you can skip on the pineapple



Hahaha! No, my taste is much simpler. No need for all those cosmetics

Just take a handful of mince, wrap it around half a handful of chopped onions, and grill it till the meat in the middle is almost starting to cook. Serve with grilled or raw tomatos, onions, super-hot mustard & booze

If you're still hungry, do two or three more

Our mince is different. We only get beef, pork, or beef & pork mix. There is no lamb, or if there is, I've never seen it. I take beef & pork - it just has to be fresh
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There is a motor festival in Sydney every Jan 26, this year with new sponsors. The format was changed a little. I've posted pics of cars not previously included over the last two years in our "cars' thread, you can do a search using my member name for 2011 and 2012.

They were giving out flags, I quite like the one from the Imperial German Navy but they didn't seem to have it.



This is a walk-through around Hyde Park and Macquarie St which is one of Sydney's prettiest. I have included some gracious colonial buildings.



Achtung!



Macquarie St near Hyde Park. Two Francis Greenway buildings either side, The Barracks and St James:



Sydney Mint:



Sydney Hospital:



Parliament House:



Mitchell Library:



A fine line-up of Buicks:



Intercontinental (Treasury Building):



Edit~ I meant to add there is a Vauxhall towing a caravan in there, your worst nightmare. No sorry, your worst nightmare is getting stuck behind it in 1961.

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