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We here in this country, now called Australia, need to be reminded that we started off as ‘boat people’. The...

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Mullumbimby Indian Restaurant

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Daintree buyback sees more forest retained

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The Lord and that ‘dance’

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Astrological gravitas

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Elon Musk’s rocket has only one booster that will handle ongoing flights, but the pharmaceutical companies expect us to have a new booster every six months. I’d prefer to escape COVID using Elon Musk’s booster.

Sapoty Brook, Main Arm


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8 COMMENTS

  1. We can dismiss, as not good enough, the science that has given us some clearly effective defences against this disease – in record time – or we could ponder what it was like living through past plagues when science had little knowledge of treatment or prevention beyond barricading the afflicted together indoors.

    Witty as is your little pun Sapoty, it doesn’t add much substance to the consideration of a topic that has some rather serious implications for humanity.

  2. How I see your choice of flying to another planet Is tantamount to saying , we have stuffed up this planet ,let’s go elsewhere . The perfect statement from freedom of choice advocates … Me , me , me … I am rich and entitled , I am outta here .

    • “…anti have yet to learn to grow up” nah, we are just jab free Stef.

      Most like me are not anti-anything, well maybe anti-name calling.

      A little unfortunate that you have such a tone. Respect for choice is a pretty important concept for more harmonious communities.

      Merry Christmas!

  3. Hi Steve. I’d expect you have reasons for being jab free where as I know and
    understand the loss [deaths] of two taken by the virus. By all means – have
    a happy/merry Christmas. Life is precious & need not be squandered.

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