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Here is the script of a TV advert that has been playing here the last few weeks. This is very much tongue-in-cheek humour, it's advertising lamb but cracks me up and fits into our image so well I had to post it.
The incidents of un-Australian behaviour over the past year was down to one thing, not enough lamb. For example, lamb could have prevented the boofheads perpetrating violence on our beaches. You can't bash someone with a...
So Australia Day is coming up on Thursday, how exciting! BBQ in the park, mass celebrations in all the capital cities, the works. My question before we start is, do we really have as much to celebrate as we all think?
Hold on, now before I have people banging down my door over that last comment let me explain. I am a fierce Australian, I love what our culture is and the freedoms our country provides, it just saddens me to see...
This seems to be a too often debated topic, perhaps the answer is simpler than people think? Violence in video games was recently raised here on the forums and followed up by a comment on the difference between what kids see in games and what they see on TV.
Violence in video games first made it's appearance in the old DOS shoot 'em ups like Wolfenstein 3D and Doom and games like Carmageddon. These games spawned an entire genre of games with the phrase "Doom-clone" being...
I hate stupid people. They are everywhere and the number of them is growing at a freakish rate! Not even getting started about what I see online as a lot of people don't take that seriously, I'll start about people I've run across lately. I am a big car person, I have a great old little Ford RS Escort in fantastic condition. There aren't many of the original RS series getting around anymore down here so I drive mine occasionally but I'm continualy tinkering with it, my latest venture was converting...