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Gregory Bagshaw
Works at Invalid pensioner.
Attended Urrbrae High school, Adelaide S.A.
Lives in Bordertown, South Australia
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Abbott's doing it perfectly.
 
...and we fall for it every time.
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+Selina Kyle no, they don't... 
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Project Husky is now in my shed, my son went to the Gold Coast to bring it back had it four months and decided to sell it so being a dad i gave him $1, 500 for bringing it too me and started working on it friday. Today even though i haven't fixed the charging problem i got it running and took it for a run. 6 laps of the acerage then out on the road. Right arm is knackered and gearing is way too low however it's still awesome quick and tourquey. Tops out in 6th at half throttle spinning all the way so gearing and throttle need adjustment plus the initial charging issue remains. Can't stop grinning. 
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+Greg Loechel it's already got the husky competition kit in it, my son played with the gearing while he had it so that's part of the top end issue with the throttle itself needing adjustment as well currently its to tight. The main issue is the wiring and I'm thinking of just buying a new loom but first i need to find why it only charges intermittently. Wiring wise i want to make it road legal again however the loom has been chopped by a previous owner removing all the branches for indicators and horn.
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Top photo, definitely in the right place at the right time. Incidently i used too have a hundred acre farm not far behind where this photo was taken which my ex wife sold only a month ago.
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Stunning photo. I hope you drawer some good memories from it.
It's funny driving past memory lanes, river banks, houses. Cheers.
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Heck of a week and glad it's over, topped it off tonight by giving myself 8 stitches after dropping a spud while peeling it with a chefs knife and catching it with both hands. Reflexes are good just a pity i didn't drop the knife first. 
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We've pulled together what we think are some of the most beautiful and artistic renewable energy displays in the world. Any others we should add to the list?
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Personally i think the best thing formula one could do to be real racing and public interest is to dump the technology and run three litre V8 diesels with a goal of 500+ hp and 750 ftpld tourqe naturally aspirated so they sound racey. Keep it simple, fast and entertaining while still advancing engine, braking, tyre and suspension technology. Finally there would be three control tyre choices being wet, intermediate and dry, and no specialist qualifying tyre.
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+Gregory Bagshaw I am in agreeance with you I would also like something like ballot grid with in race goals with unlimited technology... Just let em at it.!!
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And we have Abbott.
 
Enel Green Power is reportedly planning to invest around $140 million in Indian renewable energy independent power producer Bharat Light & Power. According to business daily Economic Times, Enel Green Power is in negotiations with Bharat Light & Power to…
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Great spot, great shot. When I lived on the gold coast i was down there nearly every weekend.
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A beautiful foggy wet morning here just what the rural community have been needing as so far winter has been pretty dry, without rain the whole sector sufffers. So far it's been so warm I've got sunflowers flowering. The garden actually looks a lot like a spring garden all sorts of plants are flowering where as normally the garden is bland.
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My favorite sunflowers :) 
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Education
  • Urrbrae High school, Adelaide S.A.
    Certificate in Agriculture, 1978 - 1979
  • Bordertown High School
    School, 1975 - 1977
  • Marleston College of wool and textiles
    Wool Classing, 1980 - 1983
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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 2 leanghty coma's after being clinically dead twice in both cases. The first in 83 from fat embolism from a shattered femer. The second with Cancer in 2011 from which I woke a quadraplegic, now three years later I can walk again with the help of medication and slowly continue to recover.
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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.
Employment
  • Invalid pensioner.
    Cancer recovery, 2011 - present
    Living in Bordertown South Australia while learning to walk again and trying to get fit after getting flattened by non hodgkins b cell lymphatic cancer and an unfortunate allergic reaction to a chemo therapy drug.
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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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