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Gregory Bagshaw
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Attended Urrbrae High school, Adelaide S.A.
Lives in Bordertown, South Australia
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The crazies will be out tonight no worries for me I've got my fire smouldering away and the dogs on watch so chilax time. It's getting down to 1ºC tonight hence the fire.
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What happened to "Freedom of speech "
 
This is truly f'd up. Cannabis was starting to heal his cancer, but he was not even allowed to testify that he is sick. He certainly isn't going have access to cannabis oil in prison.

Loretta Mackenzie told the newspaper she doesn't hold anything against the jury. "They were not allowed to hear enough information," she said. "It was definitely a very controlled environment. It's pounded into your head that no matter what your feelings are, you're going to follow the law."

http://www.newsobserver.com/2014/07/09/3994490/iowa-jury-resumes-deliberations.html?sp=/99/102/114/
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Rippa.
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I absolutely have to agree with this as being me has been amazingly dangerous too my health, it is only through luck that every time I have severely damaged myself in a life threatening manner and when diagnosed with cancer I've ended up in the hospital that was currently hosting the top specialist in the field in Australia at the time.
I have no doubt in my mind that I've been extremely lucky although many people question what kind of luck smashes your leg leading to fat embolism, blood clots and a coma with 2 clinical deaths or Non Hodgkin lymphatic cancer an allergic reaction, coma more blood clots and paraplegia with 3 clinical deaths. For me it's simple if I had been in any other hospital in either city I was in at the time of these events I wouldn't have had the best and if I had still managed to have survived would be at best severely crippled and worst have severe brain damage. The result from the first incident were a steel pin in my leg, photos and a write up in a medical journal and despite being told I would lose 25% function in my leg have recovered completely.
The cancer diagnosis was over three 1/2 years ago and six months later I was cancer free, I was informed around two years ago any further improvements would be mild and slow. Considering I'd gone from total paralysis to shuffling with a walking frame you could be excused for thinking I would be content with that but no way did I fight so hard to stay alive to be happy with that I wanted a 100% recovery again and as slow as it's been I intend to make it. Currently I can't walk without medication yet with it I can now walk unaided, nobody understands it as the medication is simply opiate based pain relief but that's fine I don't need to know why as long as I'm walking I am sure I will achieve my goal. The distances I can now walk in a single day are fantastic and unlike a few weeks ago I'm not bed ridden for a week after a long walk now I go for short walks nearly every day as well as one extra long one per week. I am not considerably concerned how long it takes as long as it's within two years I am going to recover 100% of my pre cancer fitness which includes being able to run and ride a bike and medication free. Even with the success I have had so far the medical profession still consider it highly unlikely but I've got a secret weapon called "ME" and although it's hard work being me it would be harder to be someone else.
 
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Got no options +Jason Harrison I'm 53 and I promised my youngest daughter when I cut her cord I would be there to see her graduate high school, she's almost five so hasn't even started yet and I don't break promises. 
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Surfer's Paradise taken from Burliegh Heads. 
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The first rule of life.
 
LOVE is only freedom in this World,because it so elevates the spirit that the laws of humanity and phenomenon of nature donot alter its course

~ RUMI
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Why do people insist on putting up posts that link to a site where you have to log in to see it.
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Agree, I do.
 
It's time to revive public ownership and the common good - http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2014/jul/04/public-ownership-common-good-privatisation time to fight back #commons
Anne Karpf: Despite its dire record, privatisation is rarely questioned. We must push for our shared interests to take precedence
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Seriously +Hot on Google+ there must be something secret going on us mere mortals, the end users your public aren't aware of. A secret code perhaps or maybe there's a hidden pathway, whatever it is it does nothing for credibility the sceenshot I've posted below what's hot about it, a mere 3 plusses and not a single comment and it's only one of many with similar statistics I've witnessed in the last eight hours let alone the hundreds in the last week. Yet I've seen posts with nearly a thousand plusses and hundreds of comments without recognition as hot. It's not the first time I've mentioned this issue nor am I the first as I'm sure I won't be the last. As yet I haven't checked too see if I can block it due to the occasional good one and after this is posted it's time for sleep however when I next look in it will be rapidly remembered as a priority the first time I see a what's hot that's not. All other aspects of g+ are great just this one complaint, keep up the great work I love it. 
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Black Swan convoy Burliegh Waters. 
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BEFORE 1788, THERE WAS AN ESTIMATED POPULATION OF 750,000 PEOPLE IN AUSTRALIA
Tony Abbott - Prime Minister of Australia: “Our country is unimaginable without foreign investment. I guess our country owes its existence to a form of foreign investment by the British government in the then unsettled or, um, scarcely settled, Great South Land.”

http://www.buzzfeed.com/jennaguillaume/this-is-how-unsettled-australia-was-before-the-british
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Battleing birds. Burliegh Head, QLD.
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Cancer recovery/Dad
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Over 50 years of living starting as a farm kid done my 12 years of government schooling and many courses since, worked in a vast array of employment including self employed both in and outdoors. I can do pretty much anything except fly a plane or rocket if i haven't done or experienced it yet I'm more than willing to give it a try I've shovelled sewerage at one end of the work spectrum and owned a restaurant at the other.
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    Cancer recovery, 2011 - present
    Living with my two sons and their girlfriends plus 3 dogs while learning to walk again and trying to get fit after getting flattened by non hodgkins b cell lymphoma and an unfortunate allergic reaction.
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Bordertown, South Australia
Previously
Hastings, Victoria, Australia - Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia - Brisbane, Queensland, Australia - Pearcedale, Victoria, Australia - Narrre Warren, Victoria, Australia - Adelaide, South Australia - Renmark, South Australia - Cherry Gardens, South Australia
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Introduction
South Australian born and educated, lived in Bordertown, Adelaide and Renmark S.A. Narre Warren, Pearcedale and Hastings Vic have lived in Brisbane and now on the Gold Coast at Burleigh Waters. Had numerous different occupations and enjoyed them all, I have 3 genetic children and 3 step children. I love firstly my children, Photography the bush and discovery in all it's wonder.
Bragging rights
Survived Cancer in 2011-12 and recovering slowly
Education
  • Urrbrae High school, Adelaide S.A.
    Certificate in Agriculture, 1978 - 1979
  • Bordertown High School
    School, 1975 - 1977
  • Marlestone College of wool and textiles
    Wool Classing, 1980 - 1983
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