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Platinum Lung Guardian!
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+Darren Tucker onyx sounds better in this case.
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Just unpacked a box of records, and this was in there. Sooooooooooo goooood. Rough, tough, rolling progressive house. 
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Slow day in borderforce, also Australia is open for business, also Innovate initiative.
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Yes please. 
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This is sickening.

Those fields were amazing.

This griefing spoofer has been reported 100s of times by both sides.

Please ban it.
Please put serrifed fonts in to differentiate agent names.
And to the awful troll ruining the game for everyone, just stop it.
 
I'd prefer to live under a green field than see it botted down.

It's bullshit that what was clearly a well planned and executed field art / megafield covering Australia today was botted / spoofed down.

To the #Enlightened who worked on it - I'm sorry. It's no action the #Resistance condone.

I'm sick of it locally and I'm sick of it nationally. Bot masters are not helping anything. Sure, the fields would have stayed up for a while but in time REAL AGENTS doing REAL ACTIONS would have taken down every last link. Who cares how long it would take? Half the fun of this game is in the pursuit.

The agent who magically took it down, zauberwaid, is a known troll bot account to mimic agent Zauberwald (the names appear identical in COMMs). The zauberwaid account needs to be killed.

Agents - take action. Play fair. Play the game how it is meant to be played.

#RealAgentsRealActions

+NIA Ops​​ +Pooja Srinivas​​ +Matilde Tusberti​​ +Anne Beuttenmüller​​

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Wow... It does make the game no fun. We have an alt acct issue in our area. Which makes me not want to play with our local team.. Im not a cheater , so why would i play with one.. Just sucks because as a team u dont know who u can trust..😰
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About a month ago, I was in Portland, Oregon, on the tail end of my journey around the United States. The weather was warming up for summer, and even though I doubted that it was going to ever get scorching like Australia, the locals were amendment that it would.

Portland is a wonderful, great city, but its homeless problem is pretty bad - I mean much of the West Coast of the USA has some crazy amazing homelessness, and its not a competition... But there was in Portland present needs that weren't necessarily being attended to.

Well, actually, they were. I met a girl called Cordellia - herself an epic fighter - an autistic lady with quite acute sound and light sensitivities, who also had many parts of her body failing - as I got to know her she let on just how often she gets hospitalised from her body letting her down - and these days she feeds herself through a tube on a drip, so she isn't having the greatest time. But this purple haired vivacious girl was totally up for a chat, and I walked around with her as she did what she did.

And what she did was raise money through getting dontions to her go fund me account, and then use whatever funds she has to get food and other things for the homeless. She gets cloths and flannel, cuts it into squares, and cools them water and oils and hands that out so the homeless can wash their face and cool down a bit. She gets them fruit, musli bars and everything else, and makes their life and survival a little bit better. She does this because she cant think of any better way she can spend her time - she cant work because of her disabilities, but she can do this, funds permitting.

I promised her I'd one day share her story, so it would be remiss of me to not also share the link.

If you have a spare $5 or whatever, make her day by allowing her to make other peoples day. She frets about the people she helps so much.

http://www.gofundme.com/helphomelessPDX
Hi everyone! As anyone in Portland and surrounding areas may know it has been very very warm. I have started making reusable cloths, like wet wipes but with a nice cooling solution to help people beat the heat. I am also handing out bottled water, applesauce, and snacks to help. That being said...
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Hello Resistance! 
I am agent @CarltonDragget, visiting from Sydney, Australia! 
A complete addict for unique portal hacks, but even more addicted to music, I am staying in a terribly green part of the world at the moment (near lopez and canal) and will be mostly spending the next few days at jazz fest, but will be looking to get out and explore properly on monday tuesday and wednesday
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He's a champ, lee kernaghan :)

Yep new Orleans was great, but had I started any longer I reckon my liver would have shut down... Just took the train to Chicago now :)
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So this spam is completely clogging comms now. It's so so sad. Cant you put in a filter that any time someone mentions "ingress store" the message is blocked? 
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don't think key words blocked really works
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Well done Alistair. It's 3 years for me on 30 June. Sometimes I catch a cloudy lung full and am reminiscent, so just know it's a constant battle and every day, nay, every Hour, is an achievement. Let me know the day you climb some stairs or a hill unexpectedly easily :)

(And yes, beware the Champix. For me it was heart palpitations, and four months of the most severe depression I've ever experienced. I quit using gum and sheer bloody mindedness) 
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This, my friends, is the most on point article about what's happening to my city I've ever read. 
Mike Baird, the premier of New South Wales, can’t have been prepared for this. Two months ago he was probably the most popular politician in Australia, presenting a wet Liberal surfer persona that gelled with the state’s better nature. There were travel concessions for asylum seekers. There was an earthy social media presence. Talking to the people online, Mike sounded almost like a human being, for a politician. After decades of corruption in a ...
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Dogs on heat, +Michael Tilton​?
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A pretty nice recap on the story so far, thanks g+
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  • Australian National University
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CarltonDragget
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Ingress : CarltonDragget . Get me to DJ at your Significant Life Moment. Not the cheapest in town, but neither is your fiancee.
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Events DJ / Trivia Host
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    Events DJ/ Trivia Creation and Presentation, 2002 - present
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One of the few, classic, really social pubs left in surry hills. Affordable, unashamedly old fashioned and the counter meals are great. Bring friends.
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
easy to find, clear communication and a concise yet informative course for my RSA. Will definitely look at doing my RSG here.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
It was warm inside, and the taxidermied animals on the wall were distasteful, but the beer was great and the staff really friendly and nice
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
Relaxing and nice bar, with a great bistro - all of our food was reasonably priced, and delicious and fresh. I only had a bite of it, but the haloumi and mushroom burger was incredible! Friendly, patient staff and a great set up.
Public - 8 months ago
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Good quality old school motel. Easy check in, big room with all the basics, and firm but comfortable bed. Was a little worried that the couple next door would keep me awake, having a big chat after a wedding they had attended, but as soon as I was in my room, I couldn't hear a thing. A pretty good location and perfect for my needs.
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
Beautiful old school pub, drinks not too expensive, fabulous verandah, food seemed pretty good amongst our group. 30 bucks should get you 2 beers and feed.
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
We ate at the public bar. A good menu, interesting craft beers that are all locally brewered, and all of the food was quite nice, though those that ordered the specials felt a little hard done by portion size. Not the cheapest pub to eat in, and bizarrely no split bills which is a bit crap "there's an atm around the corner" yeah but there is an eftpos machine right here next to your fancy till. Still, comfortable
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