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- Kumar on Kelly's killer escapes murder charge Absolutely disgusting decision. Looks like they are trying their best to promote the criminals. Where is the justice? more
- Jonathon L Benson on Who are the most trustworthy? Perhaps the monks in the monasteries of Tibet. more
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- Cleangirl on Time to lift drinking age to 21? The lefties reduced the age for consent for sodomy but want it raised for alcohol ?? which choice is like playing russian ... more
- Cleangirl on Time to lift drinking age to 21? Just put the alcohol in drab olive green packaging and quadriple the tax, do it too to pokies. It is supposed to have worked ... more
- Bikinis not Burkas on Time to lift drinking age to 21? People might want to drink alcohol but they don't need to! more
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@Justin, I see your point. So what harm could one more grub do? I'd rather not give him time and space if we don't like him, unless of course we know for sure he is going to say things which are against our laws.
Why not simply ignore him? That should be enough to show our distaste if we had to.Terrence Saturday 6 October, 2012 - 9:43 PM
Why not? Fifty Cent and other ex-crim 'rappers' have been allowed in. Yet they didnt let Prussian Blue into the country. They are two harmless White girls who sing songs about their race but they werent allowed in!
Its pretty obvious the government of this country hates its own people.Robert Friday 5 October, 2012 - 10:30 AM
No. We have enough grubs here already.Justin Friday 5 October, 2012 - 7:08 AM
I do not think Mike Tyson should be allowed in Australia.anne Wednesday 3 October, 2012 - 5:35 PM