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Good explanation of the click fraud scam, and how Arsebook benefits. People, if you haven't left the sinking ship yet, please get out before the rats do. 
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I agree that Facebook are much worse at how they do things: there seems little doubt that people other than Facebook get a lot of access to personal info you might prefer they didn't, while Google keep it largely to themselves (so that advertising through Google becomes more valuable) and do a far better job of building useful tools. But both still work on a model of selling us to advertisers. We are the product in both cases.

This is why it baffles me that Facebook would do something that is so obviously bad for their advertisers. 
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.... OR I'LL RIP YER BLOODY ARMS ORF
 
Damn right. :D

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Who was it who said "Look, we've been very well served by the media in Australia. Yes, politicians don't always like the coverage that they get but if you're in public life you've got to take the rough with the smooth and a vigorous, critical media is an important part of a healthy democracy and I think the Prime Minister should accept that." ... Oh, that's right. It was Tony Abbott: https://www.liberal.org.au/latest-news/2011/07/21/tony-abbott-doorstop
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Hey this looks familiar... Round 2, anyone? 
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I want to marry European Cass if u like
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You know what to do. 
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Join us for our excursion to the snow – by steam train, of course. Forget the car for a relaxed day out with family and friends aboard the 
Vintage Train. Settle back in your compartment and before long, Melbourne will be lost in a trail of steam and smoke as we journey into the fertile farming district of the Latrobe Valley. The locomotives will work hard as we climb through the green Gippsland hills around Bunyip, Longwarry and Warragul before we make our first stop at Moe. Here passengers can choose from the following options…

Mount Baw Baw
Travel by comfortable coach through scenic 
mountain forest to the snow. explore the alpine 
forests with their unique fauna and crisp mountain 
air as you wander through the snow. As this is a full resort, you are 
able to hire, toboggans, skis and clothing, to use in the snow. 
Departure from the mountain is at 4pm, to return 
to the station for a 5.30pm departure from Moe

Lunch and Explore Walhalla
For those preferring warmer surroundings, travel by comfortable 
coach through scenic mountain forests to the Walhalla Miner’s Café 
or the erica Hotel, both known for their warm, cosy and friendly 
atmosphere (please indicate your preference).
After lunch, there is time to explore the historic treasures of 
Walhalla. The famous ‘Long Tunnel extended’ gold mine offers 
underground tours at 1pm and 2pm. Visit the many historic buildings 
and climb to the cricket ground carved high in the surrounding hills. 
The cemetery, full of history, has graves carved into the side of 
a mountain, all within walking distance of this unique 
mountain township.
The Walhalla Goldfields railway will be running a return journey at 
3pm. We have chartered this trip for our passengers from Walhalla 
station to Thompson Bridge and return, so please reserve your ticket.

Winery Tour 
Tantalize your taste buds with the finest food and wine as you 
are transported by coach to three different wineries. Morning 
and afternoon tea are included in the price, as well as a fantastic 
main course lunch at the Wild Dog Winery, which is famous for 
its culinary delights, cool climate wines and stunning views of the 
Strzelecki ranges. Drinks are not included in the price. 

Rail Only 
Travel through the mysterious Haunted Hills, Hearne’s Oak and Morwell before arriving in Traralgon, where you will spend a leisurely afternoon. 
enjoy a meal in a local hotel or café. Then relax back on the train as 
our locomotives begin their sprint westward on a course for home.

Air Conditioning
If you wish for a little more travelling comfort, choose the option of cloth seating in an air-conditioned (and heated) carriage. 

On Train Service
Our on-train facilities include kiosks, which stock a wide range of 
light refreshments, souvenirs and hot and cold drinks. A licensed bar 
will also be open serving a range of wine, beers and spirits. Our 
courteous train officers will be on hand throughout the journey.

$84.00 Adult rail only Traralgon
$79.00 Senior rail only Traralgon
$55.00 Child (3–16 years) rail only Traralgon
$109.00 Adult Mount Baw Baw
$104.00 Senior Mount Baw Baw
$79.00 Child (3–16 years) Mount Baw Baw
$99.00 Adult Walhalla
$94.00 Senior Walhalla
$69.00 Child (3–16 years) Walhalla
$149.00 Adult winery tour
$145.00 Senior winery tour
$99.00 Child (3–16 years) winery tour
Options
$5.00 Air-conditioned seat
$29.00 Lunch at erica hotel
$29.00 Lunch at Walhalla
$18.00 Walhalla railway return journey
$20.00 Walhalla long tunnel journey
Snow Train 2014!
Sun, July 13, 8:30 AM GMT+10
Southern Cross Station

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Can't I'll be in Echuca.
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This makes me think of the songsincode trend from a little while back.... http://christianheilmann.com/2009/08/21/wow-so-that-is-how-memes-happen-songsincode/
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The Gathering
Tue, December 31, 2013, 8:00 PM GMT+8
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Sometimes the facts speak for themselves.
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