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- Keith A Tudor on Truck crash at traffic hotspot I wish various authorities and media would stop calling these smashes involving trucks as 'accidents'. In almost every case ... more
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- ETERNITY... on Tributes flow for Gough Whitlam Well Australia can thank Gough Whitlam and Al Grassby and indeed the Labor party for so called multicultural Sydney. more
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- SLOPPY JOE HOKEY-CANBERRA on Malcolm Fraser's tribute to Gough These lavish perpetual prime minister's pensions are a bit of alright! And then a huge budget State Funeral with a ... more
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- THE WEATHER on Perfect storm strikes across Sydney Well its soaking wet and freezing cold, could it be man 'made global warming' in disguise? Without the big dry and the ... more
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- Join the Q Society on Apologise to a culture of complaint Non offensive T Shirt should have the same wording but with the Islamic State Flag! more
- Patriot on Apologise to a culture of complaint Slick and pretentious Woolworths obviously lack charisma and they lack credibility too. Woolworths will lose even more ... more
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Rakesh, I have to agree with Terrence, your full of crap. How are you going with buying that house for half price by the way?James W Monday 13 August, 2012 - 9:06 AM
CHANTIVONG PUNJABI, talk is cheap OLD BOY, cite evidence, names to start with. I can't get reliable wireless service on my Vodapone mobile, my satellite delivered Foxtel drops out whenever there is severe atmospheric conditions but I have had no trouble with my fibre to the home (Telstra Velocity) connection. Business needs a very reliable service.James W Monday 13 August, 2012 - 9:04 AM
@James W, I wouldn't hold my breath on Lieberal stooges like Rakesh A. Aduk coming forward with evidence. This one surfaces once in a while, sometimes with pretentious accented English and at other times with good English like the last post. Sadly you will never find any good in the postings of a diehard party stooge.Terrence Sunday 12 August, 2012 - 11:16 PM
@James W; for your info in the US alone there are thousands of reputable experts who are all for the latest wireless technology, even our mortgagee China prefers wireless. Whatsmore old technology, undurable optical fibre NBN has a short life span of only 15 years if your lucky. Whereas copper was for keeps, forever son. The NBN is another costly Labor blunder, a taxpayers' nightmare. Do your research son!CHANTIVONG PUNJABI Friday 10 August, 2012 - 8:17 PM
Rakesh, how is your list of names of 'all the reputable experts around the globe' coming along?James W Friday 10 August, 2012 - 9:35 AM
Rakesh, can you list the names of "All the reputable experts around the globe" for us please?James W Thursday 9 August, 2012 - 10:26 AM