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Oct 9 - The real vote on the Aviation Reform Group

Old 8th Sep 2004, 13:02
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On a positive note though , your vote for Latham will help my investment scheme though. I'll be able to afford a much nicer house when the prices crash after interest rates force everyone to sell up and head back to the cheap seats.
. How very true, as well as your other comments. Rest assured, you are not alone.
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Old 8th Sep 2004, 13:37
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Previously you wished upon me a corner I could go off and die.

Now you look forward to my next pearl of wisdom.

I think I will just ignore your invitations until you decide which it is.

As an aside are skyrocketed house prices a good thing or bad thing for Australia overall?

Sue Richardson, Professor of Labour (that is Labour not Labor) Economics and Director of the National Institute of Labour Studies, Flinders University questions how much debt Australia is living on as a consequence.

For those of you who can bear to listen to ABC without fear of being branded a commie by our local ice cream vendor, the audio link is here.
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Old 8th Sep 2004, 13:44
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Woomera, I think that this thread has done its course. The rednecks are starting to go the knuckle (so to speak) and are trying to shout down the argument with abuse and innuendo.

Such abuse, if said in a pub or bbq would cause a fight I'm sure. It's uncalled for. S-T is a hell of a nice guy trying to argue his convictions using the facts as he knows them. He doesn't deserve the abuse because his opinions differ to others.

That said, I'm off to me bed.

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Old 8th Sep 2004, 21:43
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I can agree with DP for once....

The Reds and Blues to a Neutral corner.

Time for the lock. it's lost touch with Aviation.
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Old 9th Sep 2004, 02:05
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it's lost touch with Aviation
You mean it was ever in touch with Aviation??

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Old 9th Sep 2004, 02:15
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104 Posts. The magic number.........

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