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    Quote Originally Posted by Cardinal TT View Post
    Don't scare me
    When I travelled through the US in 99 they had whole sections in the supermarket that contained only products like that. It tasted like cardboard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John View Post
    My concern is that your participation here will put all of the forum members into your governments surveillance grid. If they're watching you, they are watching us. I don't know if I want some petty bureaucrats from down under assembling a dossier on everyones activities here.

    Perhaps we can make special dispensation for you, post a disclaimer/warning to the other members.

    If you choose to post or participate here be aware that your activities are recorded by a secret intelligence bureau in Australia. We have no idea what they will do with the information they gather on you. Post at your own risk and we assume no responsibility for the actions of the Australian government or their surveillance partners. Don't blame us if things go wrong. Be blessed!

    Our bureaucrats are more interested in long lunches, relaxing in the sun or watching sport to really care about dossiers...that's the aussie way

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colonel View Post
    When I travelled through the US in 99 they had whole sections in the supermarket that contained only products like that. It tasted like cardboard.
    We do have the tendency to mis-label a lot of items incorrectly, "food" being one of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cardinal TT View Post
    Our bureaucrats are more interested in long lunches, relaxing in the sun or watching sport to really care about dossiers...that's the aussie way
    I'm more concerned about the immigrants that are at the controls, I know that the natives are more interested in the "barbie" and "football" than they are in sound government. Thing is, you probably have the muzzies running the surveillance grid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John View Post
    Thing is, you probably have the muzzies running the surveillance grid.
    As long as they stick to kebabs, baklava, tabbouleh and hummus I will be happy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cardinal TT View Post
    As long as they stick to kebabs, baklava, tabbouleh and hummus I will be happy
    Be careful TT, you may be subject to hate speech prosecution. They are watching.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cardinal TT View Post
    Our bureaucrats are more interested in long lunches, relaxing in the sun or watching sport to really care about dossiers...that's the aussie way
    What about dossiers on the dangers of fake ice cream ? That might interest them. And that avatar of yours, it is bound to attract attention. What kind of an Aussie is that ??

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    Yeah TT, the health police may be onto you, you might want to clean up that avatar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John View Post
    Yeah TT, the health police may be onto you, you might want to clean up that avatar.


    They know where to find me.............all you can eat pizza store

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cardinal TT View Post
    They know where to find me.............all you can eat pizza store
    Ahhhh, memories from my days of conscription service.

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