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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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Don't blame them. 
A man who molested an 11-year-old girl was bashed so badly by her relatives that his leg was broken in three places, the ACT Supreme Court has heard. The 22-year-old has been sentenced to more than five years in jail for rape and multiple acts of indecency after a series of incidents in 2013 and ...
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Dinosaur still roaming the earth!.
A stolen dinosaur, which was reunited with its Sunshine Coast owner this week more than two years after it was stolen, is apparently doing well despite missing an eye and a tail. The velociraptor was stolen from the Big Pineapple Music Festival in 2014, but was strangely found this week at the ...
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At home watching Sandown without a beer in hand proves i'm sick if the fact i'm not at Mallala raceway watching my nephews compete in the drift series.
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Damn kids reckon i need a haircut and shave, so do most people in town but it's not going to happen until it's grown long enough to be of use to cancer victims. Personally i was glad when my hair finished falling out because i no longer woke up with a mouthfull of my own hair. For some losing their hair is devestating and that's why mine will be left to grow so it may be used for wigs. #cancerawareness  
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One should do what I pleases one's self. What you are doing is for a cause - both personal and for cancer awareness.
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A little droptail.
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Thanks for your time in my life mother dear your time is done and your pain is gone.
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I'm gratefull for all your best wishes i just hope when my time is up i can go as peacfully as she. Her body was worn out and she had less than 50% vision in her good eye but her spirit and trnacity never wavered she remained herself to the last.
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Big OOOPS!. 
Hardware giant Bunnings has been left red-faced after being caught selling a declared weed as a garden plant to customers in the Northern Territory . The NT Environment Department issued an urgent plant recall after learning the invasive weed sagittaria was accidentally sold to Bunnings ...
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I'm glad they've done this research and intend to do more, in the broad sense it validates my belief we are all distantly related from the earliest of times and genetically adapted along the way to the variety of conditions affecting survival as we went.
I also believe in the short term 100-200 yrs we will see a greater split in genetic variation between for want of better terms, first and third world countries because of lifestyle influenced by economics.
We in the first world economies are living in an artificial word where we alter the environment to suit ourselves and live in an electronic age (turn off the power and our environment will collapse) and will genetically soften to the natural environment.
Those in the third world are still exposed to the vagaries of nature while sustaining themselves on mostly natural natve and mostly organic produce while living whithin their environment in a reasonably sustainable manner without requiring artificially provided exercise, just living provides more than enough.
If a major catastrophic event occurred globally altering power generation capabilities modern society both rural and urban would have to totally change their living practices in very short order to survive especially since many of our natural immunities have already been diminished by diet, medication, air conditioning, refrigeration and anti bacterial products.
How many of you believe you could survive in a world without electricity, think about how huge a role electricity plays in our modern world and how reliant you are on it's continued production. 
Australian Aborigines are one of the oldest continuous cultures in the world. (Photo: Getty Images/Mark Kolbe). ABC News. The most comprehensive genomic study of Indigenous Australians to date has revealed modern humans are all descendants of a single wave of migrants who left Africa about 72000 ...
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+Julianne They were then however 3 hours later the rain resumed and has hardly stopped since. I think it's fantastic but then i don't live in a built up area or a low laying area.
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The brother in law is back, unfortunately the family had a bit of drama as circumstances overwhelmed him with two brothers dying within weeks and another brother and sister diagnosed with cancer the lad was mentally overwhelmed.
After a two week stint in the psyc ward balance has returned with the aid of meds. Since returning here we have finished repairing the Malloo (black ute) reassembled the vt (white) and got it off the hoist where it's sat for the last six years since his son did his best to destroy it and we've got the bkue one running and repaired all the defects.
It's been frantically busy as at the ametime we've been cleaning up the sheds and yard sorting what's going to Adelaide to be sold, what's going to Qld (5 cars 3 engines and numerous parts and a lot of furniture) and what will remain here.
In the remaining 2 days he is here we have a bobcat to finish repairing and a tractor to get running and then the place is basically mine to do with as i wish.
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The discovery of a destructive deer species in Wilsons Promontory National Park has prompted Parks Victoria to expand its deer monitoring program. Two male Sambar deer were spotted by hunters during a Hog deer cull in the eastern Victorian park last week, less than two months after the species ...
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+Julianne my mind did not or refused to process it at first. probably delayed me slamming the brakes on for a moment.
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I better have replaced my camera by then. .
A grand plan is simmering in the mind of Keith farmer Glen Simpson and it involves a fast and furious water-sport never seen before in the small South Australian town. As part of next year's Keith Diesel and Dirt Derby, Mr Simpson and the organising committee are planning on building a jet-boat ...
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Introduction
South Australian born and educated, lived in Bordertown several different suburbs around Adelaide plus Cherry Gardens in the Southern Adelaide Hills and Renmark S.A. Narre Warren, Pearcedale and Hastings in Victoria also i have lived in Brisbane and the Gold Coast at Burleigh Waters in Queensland. Had numerous different occupations and enjoyed them all, I have 3 genetic children and 3 step children. I love firstly my children, Photography, Cars, Motorbikes, 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.
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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Male
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Baggy.
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Work
Occupation
Cancer recovery/Dad
Skills
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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Currently
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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Neonicotinoids are Killing our Honey Bee's
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Honey bees. (paulrollings / Flickr) Honey bees are vanishing from hives and neonicotinoids (a type of insecticide) are to blame. Two neonico

NASA - Milky Way: A Crowded Neighborhood
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Milky Way: A Crowded Neighborhood. The center of the Milky Way is a crowded neighborhood and not always a calm one, as seen in this image fr