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Reply #390 - Mar 4th, 2012 at 2:08pm
 
O/ All,
always up for a good disagreement.
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Reply #391 - Mar 15th, 2012 at 6:21am
 
Hi, is it possible to get banned from this forum, for being politically incorrect?
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I thought what I'd do was, I'd pretend I was one of those deaf-mutes.
 
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Reply #392 - Mar 20th, 2012 at 9:43am
 
Hi Brumbie

Politics, religion,hatred,fear,hope,humour,the "private eye",bellybutton fluff,mans fear of himself,wisdom,self assertion,unfounded and unsubstantiated beliefs,founded,substantiated and unwanted beliefs,current affairs,politics,islam,afghanistan,iraq,the world,politics,globalism,financial disasters(greece),astronomy,terrorists,did I mention politics? Huh
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Reply #393 - Mar 25th, 2012 at 7:53am
 
I'm new so you're welcome to my opinions, both of them.
One is politically incorrect so it's all balanced.
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Reply #394 - Apr 1st, 2012 at 7:00am
 
Ex-Liberal voter, currently Labour/Greens voter, will not ever like to see Greens in complete control, ditto an Abbott government (the most Americanised/Republican Liberal Party I've yet seen). I'd describe myself as a left-leaning centrist (in the current climate, during the 60s and 70s, bar a few issues, I'd be called right-leaning). Here to observe the right-ward shift of the centre of politics in Australia and amuse myself with it (until it becomes depressing reality).

I'd like to think minds could be changed (including my own) given sound arguments that don't rely on false information, sloganeering or op-shop rhetoric. Though I don't hold out much hope of logic ever truly overcoming emotive, visceral response, one can always hope. Wish I could drag politics kicking and screaming back to the centre, but with banks running the economy and therefore the world, I see everything being skewed in their and their shareholders (read: their rich depositors) interests from now till they can't get away with it anymore (when everyone realises we've gone back to the conditions of serfdoms).

Likes: reading, writing, drawing, cooking, cricket, being gay (I await arguments that use this as a basis for disqualification of my opinion).

Dislikes: Boxing (two sweaty men in underwear, you'd think I'd love it, but oddly no), high-pitched noises, Orwellian tactics/Newspeak, commercial television, Facebook/Twitter/any other MyFace, LifeJournal, EverythingAboutMeThatNoOneCaresAbout(WithPICTURES!) social networking monstrosity.
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Apologies, your constitution has expired, please try again.
 
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Reply #395 - Apr 8th, 2012 at 12:25pm
 
Hi All

I doubt anyone but newbies read this board anyway but here goes. Nah changed my mind - you will find out. Smiley

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Reply #396 - Apr 9th, 2012 at 12:33pm
 
Hi Guys,

Yet another newb!! I'm Jes Smiley

I have just started a B Politics and IR (my second degree) and thought jumping online to immerse myself in the views of the public may be useful.

I look forward to reading your posts - and hopefully contributing something useful =)
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Reply #397 - Apr 14th, 2012 at 12:25pm
 
Sir Spot of Borg wrote on Apr 8th, 2012 at 12:25pm:
Hi All

I doubt anyone but newbies read this board anyway but here goes. Nah changed my mind - you will find out. Smiley

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Dead right. Only newbies read this.
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Reply #398 - Apr 16th, 2012 at 10:31pm
 
*Sigh* another newbie. Not much to report. See you in the forums.
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Reply #399 - May 6th, 2012 at 6:17pm
 
I suppose I'd better pop my head up.
Just going to kick a few heads, poke a little fun and generally be a nuisance -only to amuse. I hope....one can get carried away. Wink
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Reply #400 - May 13th, 2012 at 2:05pm
 
G'day everyone ,i am a communist [trotsyist]with near 30years experience .Born in NSW into the working class ,Trade union militant,strike and occupation organiser and leader [Cockatoo Island 1989]and proud demolisher of the ALP\ACTU brakes on the socialist revolution.

The present Terminal collapse of the ALP,as a functional party, and the soon to be Nat\Lib disintergration,as they are all based on some totally ridiculous proposition ,that National economy exists ,in any form at all.

That 'Nation intrests' can be served without a Nation underpinning it.

And some people think that Nationalism has some life left.

Amazing silliness.

Hi ,my name is comrade Phil.

BTW,Faith Thunkun ,or god belief is my favourite area of educating stupidity!

Any God nutters around beware.

 
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Reply #401 - May 13th, 2012 at 2:19pm
 
Loki wrote on Apr 1st, 2012 at 7:00am:
Ex-Liberal voter, currently Labour/Greens voter, will not ever like to see Greens in complete control, ditto an Abbott government (the most Americanised/Republican Liberal Party I've yet seen). I'd describe myself as a left-leaning centrist (in the current climate, during the 60s and 70s, bar a few issues, I'd be called right-leaning). Here to observe the right-ward shift of the centre of politics in Australia and amuse myself with it (until it becomes depressing reality).

I'd like to think minds could be changed (including my own) given sound arguments that don't rely on false information, sloganeering or op-shop rhetoric. Though I don't hold out much hope of logic ever truly overcoming emotive, visceral response, one can always hope. Wish I could drag politics kicking and screaming back to the centre, but with banks running the economy and therefore the world, I see everything being skewed in their and their shareholders (read: their rich depositors) interests from now till they can't get away with it anymore (when everyone realises we've gone back to the conditions of serfdoms).

Likes: reading, writing, drawing, cooking, cricket, being gay (I await arguments that use this as a basis for disqualification of my opinion).

Dislikes: Boxing (two sweaty men in underwear, you'd think I'd love it, but oddly no), high-pitched noises, Orwellian tactics/Newspeak, commercial television, Facebook/Twitter/any other MyFace, LifeJournal, EverythingAboutMeThatNoOneCaresAbout(WithPICTURES!) social networking monstrosity.
Oh dear ,its good to see a happy person on the threads ,gay happy people are rare birds indeed .

Just think yourself lucky that Scientifically minded people ,like myself ,do not blame the homosexual community for the LGBTIQ rubbish .

some uneducated crude thinking people think that "Gay' means homosexual ,but as you are just a happy person "Gay=Gaiety=Happy"you don't mix up ,slang and Demeaning and derogatory terms ,like 'Gay' and "lesbian 'in political science ,now do You?

tell me you are NOT ,homophobic as you could be considered to be using terms like ,'gay'.

please be mature and scientific if your sexuality is Homosexual then say so ,then we can all be clear .

Down with ,LGBTI,gender\sexuality Identity politics .Gobbly goog of a Post-modernist constructionist insanity .

We used to call it just plain ,Subjective idealism .Another form of Non-Think.

defend ,SCIENCE.
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Reply #402 - May 25th, 2012 at 5:29pm
 
This is such an amazing forum and I am so glad to be sharing my knowledge about the recent coal market news and the constant changing of coal publications that affects the coal industry.
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Reply #403 - Jun 19th, 2012 at 12:29am
 
Hi all. Just another post from a new member to these forums.
18 year old university student currently undertaking a politics major. I have unfortunately not been old enough to vote in any federal or state elections thus far (I'm Victorian), but I will be expecting to tick the box next to my local Labor candidate at the next election.
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Reply #404 - Jun 23rd, 2012 at 2:51pm
 
Hi Guys n Gals.

Just found this site and thought it looked interesting.
I might brows around for a while and read up on a few topics before posting.
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