Happy Australia day

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  1. Rita

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  2. Tassie_Devils

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    Why thank you very much Rita :-* .... although for me it's pretty much over at time of this posting 8.20 pm. and am at work, with virtually nothing to do, hence my surfing :ninja: the forums.

    It's a nice day, plenty to do, usually the council organises some sort of 'festival' etc. for the people to go to. food stalls, music, marches, etc. :thumb:

    Cheers, TAS
     
  3. snowbound

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    Oh for the time difference but Happy Aussie Day to the folks downunder anyway. ;) :D



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  4. Longboard

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    Hey, Thanks guys.

    Couple of nice coldies, day off with the family.
    Meditate on our place in the world. LOL.
    Think about how we got here and what we have done with "here"
    Think about ways to prevent our now moribund Govt from doing any more damage.

    Why are you at work Tassie? Definitely unAustralian :D

    Regards.
     
  5. bigbuck

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    Thanks very much guys! Had a nice quiet day....and a few ales with friends. ;)
     
  6. Tassie_Devils

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    In the newspapers busineeeze, I am afraid we are a 6 day a week publication, and even though day staff get the day off, night plebs [me :ouch: +2 + pressroom] have to work to still get it out.

    Good pay though ;)

    TAS
     
  7. ronjor

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    Enjoy some amber fluid in a middie. Have some mystery bags. If you go to the mulga, watch for mozzies. :blink:

    Happy Australia Day! :D
     
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    Happy Australia Day, and whatever he said. o_O :thumb:
     
  10. bigbuck

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    Hehe! Ron said, have a 10oz beer, eat some meat pies, and if we go near the bush....to watch out for mosquitos. :D
    Cheers Ron! :D
     
  11. mikel108

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    Happy Australia Day!! I's sing a round of Waltzing Matilda for you...(I know it's not your National Athem...but it would be cool if it were:D )
     
  12. beetlejuice

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    Well at least I knew what "amber fluid" is. :thumb:
     
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    Popped in to say
    Happy OZ Day, Mates!!
     

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    Thank you, a day down at the beach helping with the cooking :D

    :D :D :D
     

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    Wasn't a bad day overall. Spent most of it on the PC, checking the cricket score and keeping out of the 42ºC heat.
     
  16. wildman

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    :) Hip, hip hurray, hip hip hurray, hip hip hurray. Happy Australia day to all my Aussie mates.

    Thanks
    Wildman
     
  17. cgs64

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    G'day Wildman!
    Thanks for the Australia Day sentiments.
    All the best.
     

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    :) Your welcome, and welcome to Wilders by the way. Read through the various post in this section and I am sure you will see that we for the most part are a very friendly diversified bunch. This is in my humble opinion one of the best sites on the WEB, and some of the individuals who post here are real experts in this computer stuff also.

    Thanks
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    :cautious: :blink: :gack: :isay:
     
  19. Longboard

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    Whoo Hoo!

    Is that BS in the loudest shorts? :eek:

    Swapping for tux soon?

    Regards.
     
  20. beetlejuice

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    Are those shorts or boxers? :D
     
  21. big ed

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    Hey BJ.......Could it be that you are JB's alter ego? I remember that Thread!!

    Investigating in Ipswitch, Briefly ed

    Ps...as Ozzie Day has passed it may be safe to venture out seeing that most of the revelers have returned to normal (oiks!) after the hangovers!
     
  22. beetlejuice

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    I had a feeling I was making a mistake typing boxers instead of underwear. It seems "Mr. Ed" has the mind of an elephant. http://www.diegotorres.com.ar/mensajeitor/foro/caritas/281sa.gif He never forgets anything. I'll just go shoot myself now.

    Remembering with bad memories--Moping in Milwalkee Steve
     
  23. big ed

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    Yo Beeg,

    Speaking of elephants...I do hope that Mr. Blacksmerg partied real hard! If I memember correctly in about 21 days.....he's toast!!

    Oops...in 20 days, Good Boy ed
     
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    I'd nearly forgotten that! Thanks Ed!
     
  25. Longboard

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    OIKS!!!

    I resemble that.

    We are never normal :blink:
    How rude calling us normal. Heh.

    Yyyeeessss, another one about to bite the dust. :D

    Handbrake about to be deployed.
    Anchors out
    Ball and chain snapping closed.

    see attached for assistance

    Sweltering in Sydney
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