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Femprep 2 points ago +2 / -0

So you’re saying the Wellcamp facility in Queensland that was only ready to take people at the end of last year with a 12 year lease and option to extend another 12 isn’t a questionable thing to happen at the end of a pandemic?

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Femprep 1 point ago +1 / -0

As an Aussie, do you think most of your countrymen are content with the blue pill, or even happy about it? There’s so much information that goes undiscovered. I speculate that Australian voting is probably also stuffed, but no one will ever acknowledge it. Wasn’t even til 2020 American’s acknowledged the election problems because they were so visible. I’m just wondering if it’s the people I know and work with, or if the blue pill problem is as pervasive as it seems down under.

Also, did they really try to ban “mate” I haven’t looked into that yet.

Sorry for off topic, but curious.

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Femprep 3 points ago +3 / -0

I’m not sure the details on the current immigration policy because it’s very difficult to get the info unless the MSM reports on it. That or I’m just not familiar with where the info gets published. There’s been an increase in problems with Sudanese immigrants (at least in Melbourne) that never gets publicized because we don’t want to be racist. There’s problems with Muslim child marriages that gets news occasionally. Everyone just seems to assume the government departments are making decisions that are best for Australians.

I don’t know, most Australians I know are more than eager to see the problems in the US but are blind to what exists in their own backyard. It’s strange living here sometimes. Maybe I don’t know the right people.

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Femprep 1 point ago +1 / -0

Objection, lack of foundation.

Objection, hearsay.

Objection..

Sustained.

Absolutely stellar stun lock of AH’s lawyer.

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Femprep 1 point ago +1 / -0

It doesn’t make you wonder when you realize that they tanked the value of the company and now Microsoft is looking to purchase it.

Also Blizzard recently hired former CIA COO Brian Bulatao, so that’s pretty suspicious too.

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Femprep 3 points ago +3 / -0

I liked Perot, but I wasn’t old enough to vote then.

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Femprep 2 points ago +4 / -2

It was an amazing speech. I was at just the right age to be taken in by it as well.

And for weeks after “Can you imagine Al Gore making a speech like that?”

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Femprep 2 points ago +2 / -0

It can be hard to tell how much milk the baby is actually getting if they have problems latching to the nipple. Formula is a much easier and more reliable way of monitoring. That said, I treated myself like a cow for awhile because my first was underweight and having trouble. The pump machines that actually work are expensive, by hand is awkward and embarrassing. It can take a lot of effort, and that was my first so I could focus. If I’d had other children, or had to try and keep working, I might’ve given up and resorted to formula as well.

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Femprep 1 point ago +1 / -0

There was a tv show, Revolution, that describes this in the first episode. It was a doomsday, what if power goes out forever, scenario. But it basically said those that stayed in the cities, died in the cities. Lack of ability to get clean water along with limited resources and larger amounts of people led to this. Whatever the failure of the show at its end, it started on a really solid footing and I’ve always remembered, because it was so accurate.

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Femprep 1 point ago +1 / -0

I’m not sure what all is considered hate speech. The woman I know had the alphabets come after her because she was outing safe schools and respectful relationships programs in schools. If you fly under the radar for awhile you’d be ok, but gain enough traction and it could cause problems. The Australian government has way more control over media than what I saw in the US (not just MSM) and any alternative media that I know about doesn’t seem to ever gain traction. It just seems like as long as Australian’s aren’t too inconvenienced, they’re not interested. Or maybe they’re just not willing to talk about it.

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Femprep 3 points ago +3 / -0

You know the key word on this assignment is “private”. If the child tells the class it’s no longer private, the sick fucks.

My son liked rubbing himself against things, when he was like 2, but it’s part of teaching that some things you don’t do in public, or around other people, and the difference between public and private behaviour. This teacher is trying to bring the private into public sphere and it is ridiculously inappropriate.

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Femprep 3 points ago +3 / -0

Others have already addressed the login to comment problem. I’m curious though, you’re Australian. Most Australians I’ve met are completely unengaged politically. Because they are forced to vote, politicians don’t have to work to get them to care enough to show up. They just have to try and influence one way or the other. You seem to want to create a place for people to congregate and just discuss. Let me warn you now! I know a woman who had a Facebook page to randomly discuss her own political musings. She got sued for something-someone else posted- in her comments and lost. Forget that there are ways built in to Facebook to report, she was sued and lost 100k. You could be setting yourself up for this type of situation. She no longer engages in politics, exactly the purpose of the lawsuit. The ones who sued achieved the result of smothering speech and opinion.

It’s essentially getting sued for being brigaded and losing. The time of your father and the RSL chats don’t exist anymore, and certainly not online.

Be careful, that is all.

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Femprep 2 points ago +2 / -0

If you were serious about providing the email to any type of law enforcement, it’s pretty stupid to tip them off like that.

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Femprep 11 points ago +11 / -0

It’s not a question of giving him the pill, it’s getting him to remember he took it.

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Femprep 13 points ago +13 / -0

This has been happening longer than the pandemic.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6453403/Chinese-shoppers-ship-30-000-tins-baby-formula-Australia-home-day.html

The reasoning is here: https://archive.ph/knaoK

“ A surging interest in Australian produced baby formula in China stems from the 2008 baby formula epidemic which saw six babies die and over 400,000 others falling sick with kidney problems, many needing a lifetime of treatment.

There were 20 companies, most prominently the Sanlu Group, that were indicted in the controversy after melamine, a chemical used to make plastic, was added to powdered milk to artificially boost protein levels, as those involved in the industry tried to meet the demand of its growing market.”

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Femprep 5 points ago +5 / -0

What is it with millennials and younger, and over sharing personal details? An effect of social media? Why do these people think anyone cares?

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Femprep 2 points ago +2 / -0

I did not even know they had one. Guess nobody else did either.

I feel bad for his brother. How embarrassing to have your only close family member turn into such a hardcore grifter.

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Femprep 2 points ago +3 / -1

You know what you do when you don’t want a baby with your wife? Wear a condom. But oh no muh feels!

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Femprep 5 points ago +6 / -1

It doesn’t necessarily ruin your life, either. I’ve always known around the 5 week mark for pregnancy. Starts with the missed period, but not all women are that regular and birth control can play a part in that. If you do have “accidental” pregnancy, you still have the option of adoption. It is always a difficult decision, and it should be. Abortion as a means of pregnancy avoidance has made things all too easy for women to avoid responsibility for the consequences of their actions.

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