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    Quote Originally Posted by TizMe View Post
    I doubted this story when I first read it.
    No mention of it in any Aus new sources.

    Then checked the date of the story...... 1st April 2018
    Correct, april fools joke.

    https://entertainment.nine.com.au/vi...c-16ae64ea747b

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    5 October 2019
    As the deadline for the ban on climbing Uluru looms, queues of more than 1000 people have snaked up the monolith. Exploiting the last school holidays before the world-famous climb closes on October 26, families have travelled from around the country and overseas in the hope of making a final dash for the summit


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    Where are all the "rest stops", surely Thai ladies can see the market awaiting to be tapped.

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    Sunday Oct 6, 2019 - Daylight Saving Time Started

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    Quote Originally Posted by David48atTD View Post
    Sunday Oct 6, 2019 - Daylight Saving Time Started
    That extra hour of daylight is not good for the climate and the cows will fade quicker than the curtains.

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    Why the fuck are they closing the uluru climb?

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    ^There is an invisible magic rainbow serpent who gets offended if people climb the rock

    The traditional owners are considering a compromise that if you bring a magic inflatable rainbow unicorn talisman to appease the magic rainbow serpent that you might still be allowed to climb


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cujo View Post
    Why the fuck are they closing the uluru climb?
    Here ... http://teakdoor.com/australia-and-ne...by-climby.html (Ayers Rock - no more climby climby)

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    Bathurst weekend, the only good thing about the NRL season finishing
    (other than the end of pain watching the Tigers miss the finals again!)

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    https://www.foxsports.com.au/motorsp...889261b055f388

    Bathurst 1000 2019: Jamie Whincup explains shock Practice 5 crash



    Jamie Whincup is confident the Red Bull Holden Racing Team can get his car out for qualifying despite a Practice 5 crash.
    Late in the session, as Whincup crested Skyline, Richie Stanaway had just sent his #33 Boost Mobile ZB Commodore into the tyre barriers. Whincup avoided Stanaway’s stricken car, but slid offline and crashed in the entry to the Dipper.

    The session was red-flagged as both cars were collected, with Scott McLaughlin lowering his own practice/qualifying lap record in the 60-minute hitout.

    Explaining the incident, Whincup said he tried to take off as much speed as he could.

    However, being out in the marbles at such pace left him exposed to the eventual accident.

    “I saw Richie go in as I came over Skyline,” Whincup said on the broadcast.

    “If you look at it on TV it all looks pretty flat there, but it’s massively downhill.

    “I just tried to scrub off as much speed as I possibly could while going around him … going around means you’re in the marbles as well.

    “It hit the wall. Not massive, I’ve had a lot worse … smashed the front-left corner.”

    The four-time Bathurst winner was the fastest in Practice 1 on Thursday morning, and gave his team as much feedback as he could on the damage before it was returned to the garages.

    “Rear has got the camber knocked off it, but hopefully it’s not transaxle or anything like that,” said Whincup when describing the damage to the car.

    “I’m pretty confident we’ll be out for qualifying. I tried to give the boys as much info as I could so we can start preparing.

    “It’s broken a front-upright, front wishbones, trailing arm. There’s no fluid anywhere so radiator looks intact.

    “The front splitter is smashed across and it just looks like a rear trailing arm at the back as well.”

    The 40-minute qualifying gets underway at 4:00pm AEDT.

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    At Sydney's Manly Beach today

    Protesters buried their heads in the sand for one minute as part of the week-long events being staged as part of the Extinction Rebellion protests.

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    big muddies are scary cnuts


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    Quote Originally Posted by baldrick View Post
    big muddies are scary cnuts
    Love Dead Kelly,awesome Aussie band.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baldrick View Post
    big muddies are scary cnuts
    Tasty too, but not as scary as my photo editing skills
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    ^ Mega Crab, appropriate Cap and, I'm sure a lovely Lassie.

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    Unlike this stupid bitch ...

    Instagram influencer Margarita Tomovska, aka 'Mercedes Mum', jailed over police chase


    Margarita Tomovska was surrounded by the media as she arrived at court.
    ABC Illawarra: Jake Lapham


    A social media influencer who led police on a high-speed chase and posted videos and selfies on her way to court has been sentenced to 18 months' jail.

    Key points:

    • The influencer has more than 70,000 followers on her Instagram account
    • The 28-year-old drove at more than 230kph with a child improperly restrained in the car
    • In sentencing, the magistrate said the incident was "inconceivable" and a "recipe for disaster"


    Margarita Tomovska, known as "Mercedes Mum" to her thousands of followers, reached speeds of 238 kilometres per hour during the incident in November last year.

    The nine-minute chase ended in dramatic fashion when officers stopped the Mercedes AMG sports car at gunpoint, fearing a firearm was inside.


    Tomovska's Instagram page has more than 70,000 followers.


    FFS ... Instagram influencer
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    “Someone is sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago”

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