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#28654 Hi Peoples

Posted by glen on 06 August 2010 - 12:01 PM

OK only positive voting is now set :)
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#48853 Rip Mr Robert James Lee Hawke

Posted by JSmith on 17 May 2019 - 10:49 AM




JSmith  :ph34r:

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#46910 Dtv Thread

Posted by PZ. on 08 August 2017 - 11:57 AM

Well I'll just offer a friendly suggestion for anyone reading this... as it appears all content will be migrated to another website it might be prudent to delete any private / sensitive content from your PM system just in case it gets exposed by some unforeseen error. I'm only saying this because according to Whirlpool someone accidentally got someone else's login after they changed servers. How that's possible I don't know hence the warning.


Just a thought.


And here's another one and it's just my view.


The admin said "I trust that you will understand that this decision is for the best long term interests of DTV and StereoNET."


Well not really. I understood the original point of the takeover was to save DTV, not rape it and strip away its identity.


The best long term interest of DTV is to hand it over to someone who actually gives enough of a stuff about its historical content to keep it online as DTV Forum, just like it was for ten years or more. You can just about guarantee that all the bits that gave the site its character including the OT section will eventually disappear with the end result being a larger membership for StereoNet and no trace of DTV whatsoever.


Still, that's council planing and amalgamation for you...


"The process will take slightly less than two of your earth minutes, thankyou very much" :)

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#49210 Well Done Conservatives

Posted by mello yello on 05 January 2020 - 12:14 PM




here he is, getting a fire crew together



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#48893 Green Power.

Posted by Aloysius on 22 May 2019 - 01:19 PM

Fyi guys This written from the mater hospital in Bris.

All good so far.
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#48855 Rip Mr Robert James Lee Hawke

Posted by mello yello on 17 May 2019 - 04:19 PM

Any boss who sacks a worker for not turning up for work today is a Bum !!!


RIP Mr Hawke


you thoroughly deserve the respect

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#48503 Dtv Thread

Posted by mello yello on 23 January 2019 - 08:12 AM



Aloy - you just made my day by paying us a visit.


Happy new year mate :)





I must say I concur good sir... :D




JSmith  :ph34r:







Live long and prosper Aloy



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#48501 Dtv Thread

Posted by JSmith on 23 January 2019 - 08:01 AM

Aloy - you just made my day by paying us a visit.


Happy new year mate :)


I must say I concur good sir... :D




JSmith  :ph34r:

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#47967 Dtv Thread

Posted by mello yello on 17 August 2018 - 08:18 PM

It was me


and i gave it all to Charity







shes the one on the right

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#46935 Dtv Thread

Posted by JSmith on 09 August 2017 - 10:13 PM

JSmith :ph34r:

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#46155 Wild Cherry Cafe

Posted by Jayesse on 23 February 2017 - 09:11 AM

Green Guy & others,
My father bought the Wild Cherry in 1967, until its closure. I worked with him from 1978, cooking copious amounts of Roast Lamb, apple pies, steamed puddings, lambs fry & bacon etc. The effeminate gentleman you referred to was Donnie McLoud. He was an old school chum of my mother. The had gone to school in Essendon. The reason the cafe closed was due to the T & G. They owned the building & for the last 3 years we were there, they refused to renew our lease passed 1 year, so we had to close.
The Cherry had an interesting history. It was, allegedly, started by two sisters from the Dandenong Ranges. The second owners were my late God Mother & her husband, Ernie & Audrey Ruddick.
Third owner was Sydney Talbot. My father James Webster & his business partner Bill Ruddick (son of Ernie & stepson of Audrey) purchased it & subsequently, dad bought Bill"s share.
My mother was co-owner of Churinga Restaurant in the Dandenong Ranges, opposite the William Ricketts Sanctuary. She was also the President of the Save the Regent Theatre group, who were ultimately victorious.
I can't tell you how chuffed I am to find that people still remember the Cherry. I oftened thought I should write a book on the place. We had some very interesting & 'original' regular customers. Many were single people who had lost loved ones in WWII, worked in the city & generally lived alone.
My Father died about 6 years ago, & I still miss him every day.
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#45403 When They Tell You The Science Is In, It Never Is

Posted by mello yello on 08 December 2016 - 05:14 PM

Pauline Hanson has had too much of that red dye bleaching into her brain

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#44504 Electricity Bill Has A Future!

Posted by mello yello on 07 July 2016 - 09:41 AM



How about: maybe not?


how about more than Malcolm


Bill won 20 or so seats Mal lost the same number, not looking good for Mal

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#41885 Another Scammer/spammer

Posted by glen on 21 April 2015 - 11:38 AM

I just deleted them. Sorry about that. Cheers, Glen :)

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#41540 Political Backflips And The Like...

Posted by JSmith on 11 March 2015 - 07:00 PM



JSmith ninja.gif

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#41071 A New Labor Government

Posted by green guy on 02 December 2014 - 09:22 AM

Congratulations to our new Labor leader Daniel Andrews and thank you Dennis Napthine for your service.

I think the Napthine Government had much merit. Personally I dont have great problems with the East West link but as I always say the public have spoken.

I must say I was surprised how big the swing was.

Brumby was a hard act to follow leaving the state with a triple A rating and to his credit Napthine after the lack luster performance of Ted B showed promise.

There were teething stages with myki and I never understood why they did not choose a model that had been working. Singapore however had much much bigger problems until they finally got it right as did the UK. Bth UK and Singapore ended up with a good system. Having lived in both countries they do have their problems too.

I believe Napthine got the Myki  running well. Well done.

I actually voted Liberals this time but I m impressed with the ideas of the new Government.

The real legacy of Brumby is the desalination plant which will prove a great asset if it is up and running. I believe the latest evidence on climate change ad future droughts is alarming. Dont fall for the lies. The Desal plant if well managed will be a great asset.

I do wish both parties would get together and improve the senate. We are so over these ridiculous parties like the shooters party having power.

Personally I am quite happy to have the Liberals, Nationals Labor and of course my own party The Greens.

WE did very well this round.

I know a couple of the Liberal candidates and they are great friends of mine. They too are thanked for their contribution.

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#40267 Dtv Thread

Posted by PeterJMelb on 13 August 2014 - 03:15 PM

Hmmmmm, Aloy. . .
How was it possible for a thread DTV cause the moderator any angst?
Surely TV is a non angst subject.

May I plug Melbourne, forget Hk.
No high humidity day and night.
No heat except for a few days in Summer.
Hardly ever rains, bit windy sometimes, mainly by the coast.
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#39853 The Meme Thread... Not Official

Posted by Mining Man on 12 July 2014 - 01:53 AM

Now post it half a dozen times in every thread, and call everyone else a troll...
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#28799 What Are Some Of Your Favorite Australian Films?

Posted by johnbateman on 11 August 2010 - 10:20 AM

Beautiful Kate and Beautiful were both fantastic recent aussie films.

I saw "Boy" the the film festival on the weekend, it's not aussie but worth a look, highest grossing NZ film ever, worth it just to see the after credits scene, it's wonderfully entertaining.

Maybe we should start a "best kiwi film" thread!

Oh I'd put LOTR on top!
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#28561 Funny Photos

Posted by the duck ^_^ on 04 August 2010 - 11:32 AM

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