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Straya. It really does want to kill you. Even the giant cute bouncy bush rats.
A Melbourne fitness trainer who was injured when she was attacked by a kangaroo while on a run in the city's north-east says she feared for her life during the encounter. Debbie Urquhart was running near long grass in Templestowe at 6:00am on Saturday when she said a kangaroo came out of ...
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Yeah mate, I can see how it looks but hey, I lived in Australia for just over 50 years and not once did I ever run into a wild lion so it's really not as bad as it might sound.
And +Darryl Barnes Sr​ quale bears are the "teddies of the wild" but it's the drop bears ya gotta watch out for; especially in mating season.
Whump!! G'day MATE, can I 'ave wunaya beers?
They'll drink your esky dry in no time during mating season let me tell ya!
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+Belinda Irelandnotfromireland​ I #loveyourwork this is simply glorious.

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#loveyourwork is my organic introduction to quality photographers project. Many people are now starting to do the same so search the hashtag for examples. You can read more about the project on my blog if you care to http://photographersstudy.blogspot.com.au/2013/07/loveyourwork-organic-introduction-to.html
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+Belinda Irelandnotfromireland Very unusual but I like it. Look forward to seeing more of your work :-)
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+Rich Rautenstrauch it is good fun I need to do it more
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Turned the dead car radio into a small pile of useful bits for the little railway. Never buy screws. They're in everything.
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I've used quite a bit of the stuff I hoard, more the screws than anything else though
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Hmmm shouldn't be this low... 
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+Suzanne Jensen I was checking the main feed for a 25 HP motor.
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+Bruce Shark​ sorry mate, but you've become redundant
#scienceeveryday 
A leopard shark in a Queensland aquarium has shocked scientists by being the first in the world to give birth without a male, after previously mating in the usual way. The shark at Townsville's Reef HQ aquarium, named Leonie, hatched three eggs in April last year, despite being kept apart from male ...
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Very interesting but you're right but it's a bit redundant. Maybe they had a page they had to fill up like you do with an essay you have to have a minimum amount of words
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Folks there's a community bug where some posts become invisible for a while then return. If it happens to you you've not been deleted by mods.
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Indeed the bug has a wider scope. Note that it's a visibility problem the posts are still there.
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I've finally got a complaint about the e-m1 mk ii.... It's taken me a while to find something I don't like. 4K video really gobbles the juice to the point when the battery is below 45% the battery indicator flashes red while shooting making you think you're going to lose your shot. After shooting it continues to flash red for five minutes then goes back to green with a percentage. Shooting 17 minutes of 4K gobbled the battery to 38%.
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Is there any real need to shoot in 4K anyway if your not planning to extract photos from the video?
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I've been watching all the offendotrons getting offended, thought I'd finally bother watching. All I can really say to those offended, get a life for fucks sake. There's much bigger shit you should aim at than the annual lamb ad.
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Gotta have a chilli bin bro. Yep I learnt that over there in our eastern states too.
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Welcome to the Young Volunteers Operating Day on Puffing Billy where the majority of the railway was run by people under 30 for the day. Regularly held and is a good sign that the average age in the society is dropping. All except me, mind you at 50 I am the youngest Track Patroller doing the pre operating inspection run to Gembrook and back.

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I would love to take a ride on that :-) How long have you been working with the trains?
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Photographer, IT Nerd, Leader, Gunzel, SF Author, Crea+e
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Paul Pavlinovich is an avid photographer of more than 30 years experience. A qualified trainer and leader puts him in a good position to help people learn the art of photography. Paul seeks opportunities to contribute to his community, whether that be local, with youth, or photographic colleagues. Paul leads the Melbourne Photowalkers community utilising the social networking platform Google+. Paul runs photographic workshops and blogs to improve the community body of knowledge as well as his own. Paul is a leader of youth within Scouting at local and branch levels. Whenever possible Paul is up bush or on the coast some place. Paul regularly writes and edits for non fiction magazines. Paul also volunteers on the Puffing Billy Railway. Recently Paul has dipped a toe into the waters of authoring speculative fiction.
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Taylors Lakes, Victoria, Australia - Melton, Victoria, Australia - St Albans, Victoria, Australia - San Francisco, California - Oakland, California - Glen Waverley, Victoria, Australia - Vermont, Victoria, Australia - Berkeley, California
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Nice thickshake with plenty of stuff serve in it. Nice little donuts in a pack. Prices ok. Good service.
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Well worth coming on one of the Astronomical Society open days to learn about the facility, what it used to do and what it can still do.
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Best ground stadium anywhere.
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Sausage rolls were OK add service was good.
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Bought a game here yesterday supposedly brand new. Disc had marks download codes had been used. Store replaced it on being asked as required by consumer law, however only three stars because no sign of an apology or even any civil conversion, clerk grunted at start of conversation, took the disc, checked it in, retrieved a new one and gave a new receipt then winked. That's it, no words. An apology for having to drive 25km each way to bring the disc back and the disappointment of not being able to play would have been nice.
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Good spot to eat your fish and chips and let the kids play with the big guns ironically pointed at Melbourne. Needs facilities (there are some in the next park along).
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