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OT: Bottled water etc.
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Sylvia Else
2017-09-16 03:35:32 UTC
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The revelation that Australians are spending $700 million a year on
bottled water makes me wonder what the total of the following might come to:

a) Yes, bottled water.

b) Weight loss supplements that either do nothing, or just make the
problem worse.

c) Diet pills that do nothing.

d) Vitamins and minerals that people are not deficient in anyway.

e) Skin care products that have no effect (disclaimer, I use sorbolene
cream).

f) Homeopathic products.

g) Power saving and fuel saving gadgets that don't actually save anything.

h) Other pointless things that people might mention.

Sylvia.
Ned Latham
2017-09-16 04:02:01 UTC
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Post by Sylvia Else
The revelation that Australians are spending $700 million a year
on bottled water makes me wonder what the total of the following
a) Yes, bottled water.
b) Weight loss supplements that either do nothing, or just make
the problem worse.
c) Diet pills that do nothing.
d) Vitamins and minerals that people are not deficient in anyway.
e) Skin care products that have no effect (disclaimer, I use
sorbolene cream).
Sorbelene doesn't do nothing.
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f) Homeopathic products.
g) Power saving and fuel saving gadgets that don't actually save anything.
h) Other pointless things that people might mention.
Sylvia, Sylvia... Don't you know that all those things are good for
The Economy (TM)? That indeed anything that causes an expenditure
pf money is good for The Economy (TM)? Buying an "investment"
property and forcing house prices up is good for The Economy (TM);
buying a new car every year is good for The Economy (TM); even
*crashing* a car is good for The Economy; speshly if people get
killed and have to be buried, or even better, if they get injured
and need long, expensive treatments...

Hell, even 'plane crashes are good for The Economy (TM), Sylvia;
how many squillions of dollars do you reckon get spent every time
a 747 goes down?

The Economy (TM) must grow... pointlessness is next to godliness.
de chucka
2017-09-16 04:04:06 UTC
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Post by Sylvia Else
The revelation that Australians are spending $700 million a year
on bottled water makes me wonder what the total of the following
a) Yes, bottled water.
b) Weight loss supplements that either do nothing, or just make
the problem worse.
c) Diet pills that do nothing.
d) Vitamins and minerals that people are not deficient in anyway.
e) Skin care products that have no effect (disclaimer, I use
sorbolene cream).
Sorbelene doesn't do nothing.
So it does something
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Ned Latham
2017-09-16 06:08:16 UTC
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Post by Ned Latham
Post by Sylvia Else
The revelation that Australians are spending $700 million a year
on bottled water makes me wonder what the total of the following
a) Yes, bottled water.
b) Weight loss supplements that either do nothing, or just make
the problem worse.
c) Diet pills that do nothing.
d) Vitamins and minerals that people are not deficient in anyway.
e) Skin care products that have no effect (disclaimer, I use
sorbolene cream).
Sorbelene doesn't do nothing.
So it does something
Gawd fuck me! You got something right, Ruth! How the fuck'dja
to that? You been drinkin' jungle juice insteada Piggy's Red
cordial?
Sylvia Else
2017-09-16 04:29:17 UTC
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Post by Sylvia Else
The revelation that Australians are spending $700 million a year
on bottled water makes me wonder what the total of the following
a) Yes, bottled water.
b) Weight loss supplements that either do nothing, or just make
the problem worse.
c) Diet pills that do nothing.
d) Vitamins and minerals that people are not deficient in anyway.
e) Skin care products that have no effect (disclaimer, I use
sorbolene cream).
Sorbelene doesn't do nothing.
Post by Sylvia Else
f) Homeopathic products.
g) Power saving and fuel saving gadgets that don't actually save anything.
h) Other pointless things that people might mention.
Sylvia, Sylvia... Don't you know that all those things are good for
The Economy (TM)? That indeed anything that causes an expenditure
pf money is good for The Economy (TM)? Buying an "investment"
property and forcing house prices up is good for The Economy (TM);
buying a new car every year is good for The Economy (TM); even
*crashing* a car is good for The Economy; speshly if people get
killed and have to be buried, or even better, if they get injured
and need long, expensive treatments...
Hell, even 'plane crashes are good for The Economy (TM), Sylvia;
how many squillions of dollars do you reckon get spent every time
a 747 goes down?
The Economy (TM) must grow... pointlessness is next to godliness.
I have wondered whether wasteful expenditure is nevertheless
economically advantageous. Obviously it is to the purveyors of useless
products, but to the wider economy? Even if the purveyors otherwise
ended up on the dole, they'd still be removing less money from the
economy (though politicians, and thus voters, would moan about the
additional tax).

Maybe there are subtle arguments that can be put forward but,
intuitively, wasteful expenditure is just that - wasteful.

Sylvia.
Trevor
2017-09-16 06:05:57 UTC
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Post by Ned Latham
Post by Sylvia Else
The revelation that Australians are spending $700 million a year
on bottled water makes me wonder what the total of the following
a) Yes, bottled water.
b) Weight loss supplements that either do nothing, or just make
the problem worse.
c) Diet pills that do nothing.
Surely B and C are the same thing.
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Post by Ned Latham
Post by Sylvia Else
d) Vitamins and minerals that people are not deficient in anyway.
e) Skin care products that have no effect (disclaimer, I use
sorbolene cream).
Sorbelene doesn't do nothing.
Post by Sylvia Else
f) Homeopathic products.
g) Power saving and fuel saving gadgets that don't actually save anything.
h) Other pointless things that people might mention.
Sylvia, Sylvia... Don't you know that all those things are good for
The Economy (TM)? That indeed anything that causes an expenditure
pf money is good for The Economy (TM)? Buying an "investment"
property and forcing house prices up is good for The Economy (TM);
buying a new car every year is good for The Economy (TM); even
*crashing* a car is good for The Economy; speshly if people get
killed and have to be buried, or even better, if they get injured
and need long, expensive treatments...
Hell, even 'plane crashes are good for The Economy (TM), Sylvia;
how many squillions of dollars do you reckon get spent every time
a 747 goes down?
The Economy (TM) must grow... pointlessness is next to godliness.
I have wondered whether wasteful expenditure is nevertheless
economically advantageous. Obviously it is to the purveyors of useless
products, but to the wider economy? Even if the purveyors otherwise
ended up on the dole, they'd still be removing less money from the
economy (though politicians, and thus voters, would moan about the
additional tax).
Maybe there are subtle arguments that can be put forward but,
intuitively, wasteful expenditure is just that - wasteful.
I think a BIG distinction should be drawn between people *voluntarily*
throwing their own money away (I have no issue with that myself) and
people being forced by governments, councils etc. to pay for "wasteful
expenditure". I suggest the latter is a *FAR* bigger problem. :-( :-(

Trevor.
Sylvia Else
2017-09-16 07:16:44 UTC
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Post by Sylvia Else
The revelation that Australians are spending $700 million a year
on bottled water makes me wonder what the total of the following
a) Yes, bottled water.
b) Weight loss supplements that either do nothing, or just make
the problem worse.
c) Diet pills that do nothing.
Surely B and C are the same thing.
I was thinking of "diet shakes" and such like.

Sylvia.
Ned Latham
2017-09-16 06:22:36 UTC
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Post by Sylvia Else
The revelation that Australians are spending $700 million a year
on bottled water makes me wonder what the total of the following
a) Yes, bottled water.
b) Weight loss supplements that either do nothing, or just make
the problem worse.
c) Diet pills that do nothing.
d) Vitamins and minerals that people are not deficient in anyway.
e) Skin care products that have no effect (disclaimer, I use
sorbolene cream).
Sorbelene doesn't do nothing.
Post by Sylvia Else
f) Homeopathic products.
g) Power saving and fuel saving gadgets that don't actually save anything.
h) Other pointless things that people might mention.
Sylvia, Sylvia... Don't you know that all those things are good for
The Economy (TM)? That indeed anything that causes an expenditure
pf money is good for The Economy (TM)? Buying an "investment"
property and forcing house prices up is good for The Economy (TM);
buying a new car every year is good for The Economy (TM); even
*crashing* a car is good for The Economy; speshly if people get
killed and have to be buried, or even better, if they get injured
and need long, expensive treatments...
Hell, even 'plane crashes are good for The Economy (TM), Sylvia;
how many squillions of dollars do you reckon get spent every time
a 747 goes down?
The Economy (TM) must grow... pointlessness is next to godliness.
I have wondered whether wasteful expenditure is nevertheless
economically advantageous.
Above, you see just *how* it's economically asvantageous
Post by Sylvia Else
Obviously it is to the purveyors of useless products,
Yes, but that's just a personal gain. The gain to The Economy (TM)
is world wide. Useter be nation wide, but Globalism (TM) has put
an end to that.
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but to the wider economy?
Oh, yes. That's always a beneficiary.
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Even if the purveyors otherwise ended up on the dole, they'd still
be removing less money from the economy
They're not removing money from The Economy (YM), Sylvia, they're
*part* of The Economy (TM).
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(though politicians, and thus voters, would moan about the
additional tax).
Maybe there are subtle arguments that can be put forward but,
intuitively, wasteful expenditure is just that - wasteful.
Oh, it's certainly wasteful. The Economy *TM) is wasteful.
That's the point, you know: want lots, get lots, waste lots.

How about our wonderful packaging industry, Sylvia? Does *its*
wastefulness impress you? I find the idea of a whole industry
based on making stuff for us to throw away obscene. How does
it strike you?
Rod Speed
2017-09-16 17:38:44 UTC
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Post by Sylvia Else
The revelation that Australians are spending $700 million a year
on bottled water makes me wonder what the total of the following
a) Yes, bottled water.
b) Weight loss supplements that either do nothing, or just make
the problem worse.
c) Diet pills that do nothing.
d) Vitamins and minerals that people are not deficient in anyway.
e) Skin care products that have no effect (disclaimer, I use
sorbolene cream).
Sorbelene doesn't do nothing.
Post by Sylvia Else
f) Homeopathic products.
g) Power saving and fuel saving gadgets that don't actually save anything.
h) Other pointless things that people might mention.
Sylvia, Sylvia... Don't you know that all those things are good for
The Economy (TM)? That indeed anything that causes an expenditure
pf money is good for The Economy (TM)? Buying an "investment"
property and forcing house prices up is good for The Economy (TM);
buying a new car every year is good for The Economy (TM); even
*crashing* a car is good for The Economy; speshly if people get
killed and have to be buried, or even better, if they get injured
and need long, expensive treatments...
Hell, even 'plane crashes are good for The Economy (TM), Sylvia;
how many squillions of dollars do you reckon get spent every time
a 747 goes down?
The Economy (TM) must grow... pointlessness is next to godliness.
I have wondered whether wasteful expenditure is nevertheless economically
advantageous.
Corse it is with shit you are conned into keeping buying.
Obviously it is to the purveyors of useless products, but to the wider
economy?
Yep, provides all those jobs, stupid.
Even if the purveyors otherwise ended up on the dole, they'd still be
removing less money from the economy
And not providing all those jobs anymore.
(though politicians, and thus voters, would moan about the additional
tax).
For a good reason.
Maybe there are subtle arguments that can be put forward
Nothing subtle about all those jobs, stupid.
but, intuitively, wasteful expenditure is just that - wasteful.
Yes, but its that waste that provides all those jobs, stupid.

True of all the wasteful packaging even, that’s till jobs.
Xeno
2017-09-16 04:38:23 UTC
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Post by Sylvia Else
The revelation that Australians are spending $700 million a year
on bottled water makes me wonder what the total of the following
a) Yes, bottled water.
b) Weight loss supplements that either do nothing, or just make
the problem worse.
c) Diet pills that do nothing.
d) Vitamins and minerals that people are not deficient in anyway.
e) Skin care products that have no effect (disclaimer, I use
sorbolene cream).
Sorbelene doesn't do nothing.
So you're saying Sorbolene actually does something?
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Post by Sylvia Else
f) Homeopathic products.
g) Power saving and fuel saving gadgets that don't actually save anything.
h) Other pointless things that people might mention.
Sylvia, Sylvia... Don't you know that all those things are good for
The Economy (TM)? That indeed anything that causes an expenditure
pf money is good for The Economy (TM)? Buying an "investment"
property and forcing house prices up is good for The Economy (TM);
buying a new car every year is good for The Economy (TM); even
*crashing* a car is good for The Economy; speshly if people get
killed and have to be buried, or even better, if they get injured
and need long, expensive treatments...
Hell, even 'plane crashes are good for The Economy (TM), Sylvia;
how many squillions of dollars do you reckon get spent every time
a 747 goes down?
The Economy (TM) must grow... pointlessness is next to godliness.
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Xeno
Ned Latham
2017-09-16 06:27:52 UTC
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Post by Sylvia Else
The revelation that Australians are spending $700 million a year
on bottled water makes me wonder what the total of the following
a) Yes, bottled water.
b) Weight loss supplements that either do nothing, or just make
the problem worse.
c) Diet pills that do nothing.
d) Vitamins and minerals that people are not deficient in anyway.
e) Skin care products that have no effect (disclaimer, I use
sorbolene cream).
Sorbolene doesn't do nothing.
So you're saying Sorbolene actually does something?
Yep. If your skin is "dry", it "moisturises" it.
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Post by Sylvia Else
f) Homeopathic products.
g) Power saving and fuel saving gadgets that don't actually save anything.
h) Other pointless things that people might mention.
Sylvia, Sylvia... Don't you know that all those things are good for
The Economy (TM)? That indeed anything that causes an expenditure
pf money is good for The Economy (TM)? Buying an "investment"
property and forcing house prices up is good for The Economy (TM);
buying a new car every year is good for The Economy (TM); even
*crashing* a car is good for The Economy; speshly if people get
killed and have to be buried, or even better, if they get injured
and need long, expensive treatments...
Hell, even 'plane crashes are good for The Economy (TM), Sylvia;
how many squillions of dollars do you reckon get spent every time
a 747 goes down?
The Economy (TM) must grow... pointlessness is next to godliness.
I'm a bit disappointed that no-one got that.
Xeno
2017-09-16 08:12:37 UTC
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Post by Sylvia Else
The revelation that Australians are spending $700 million a year
on bottled water makes me wonder what the total of the following
a) Yes, bottled water.
b) Weight loss supplements that either do nothing, or just make
the problem worse.
c) Diet pills that do nothing.
d) Vitamins and minerals that people are not deficient in anyway.
e) Skin care products that have no effect (disclaimer, I use
sorbolene cream).
Sorbolene doesn't do nothing.
So you're saying Sorbolene actually does something?
Yep. If your skin is "dry", it "moisturises" it.
Post by Xeno
Post by Sylvia Else
f) Homeopathic products.
g) Power saving and fuel saving gadgets that don't actually save anything.
h) Other pointless things that people might mention.
Sylvia, Sylvia... Don't you know that all those things are good for
The Economy (TM)? That indeed anything that causes an expenditure
pf money is good for The Economy (TM)? Buying an "investment"
property and forcing house prices up is good for The Economy (TM);
buying a new car every year is good for The Economy (TM); even
*crashing* a car is good for The Economy; speshly if people get
killed and have to be buried, or even better, if they get injured
and need long, expensive treatments...
Hell, even 'plane crashes are good for The Economy (TM), Sylvia;
how many squillions of dollars do you reckon get spent every time
a 747 goes down?
The Economy (TM) must grow... pointlessness is next to godliness.
I'm a bit disappointed that no-one got that.
Sorbolene does more than moisturise. It is used as a barrier as well
preventing skin drying out. That also prevents the skin's natural oils
from being lost. I was just wondering if you wrote an accidental double
negative.
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Xeno
Ned Latham
2017-09-16 09:38:29 UTC
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Post by Ned Latham
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Post by Sylvia Else
The revelation that Australians are spending $700 million a year
on bottled water makes me wonder what the total of the following
a) Yes, bottled water.
b) Weight loss supplements that either do nothing, or just make
the problem worse.
c) Diet pills that do nothing.
d) Vitamins and minerals that people are not deficient in anyway.
e) Skin care products that have no effect (disclaimer, I use
sorbolene cream).
Sorbolene doesn't do nothing.
So you're saying Sorbolene actually does something?
Yep. If your skin is "dry", it "moisturises" it.
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Post by Sylvia Else
f) Homeopathic products.
g) Power saving and fuel saving gadgets that don't actually save
anything.
h) Other pointless things that people might mention.
Sylvia, Sylvia... Don't you know that all those things are good for
The Economy (TM)? That indeed anything that causes an expenditure
pf money is good for The Economy (TM)? Buying an "investment"
property and forcing house prices up is good for The Economy (TM);
buying a new car every year is good for The Economy (TM); even
*crashing* a car is good for The Economy; speshly if people get
killed and have to be buried, or even better, if they get injured
and need long, expensive treatments...
Hell, even 'plane crashes are good for The Economy (TM), Sylvia;
how many squillions of dollars do you reckon get spent every time
a 747 goes down?
The Economy (TM) must grow... pointlessness is next to godliness.
I'm a bit disappointed that no-one got that.
Sorbolene does more than moisturise. It is used as a barrier as well
preventing skin drying out. That also prevents the skin's natural oils
from being lost.
Ah. Didn't know dwiabout of the double action.
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I was just wondering if you wrote an accidental double negative.
It's conceivable, but no.
Sylvia Else
2017-09-16 12:42:00 UTC
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Post by Sylvia Else
The revelation that Australians are spending $700 million a year
on bottled water makes me wonder what the total of the following
a) Yes, bottled water.
b) Weight loss supplements that either do nothing, or just make
the problem worse.
c) Diet pills that do nothing.
d) Vitamins and minerals that people are not deficient in anyway.
e) Skin care products that have no effect (disclaimer, I use
sorbolene cream).
Sorbolene doesn't do nothing.
So you're saying Sorbolene actually does something?
Yep. If your skin is "dry", it "moisturises" it.
Post by Xeno
Post by Sylvia Else
f) Homeopathic products.
g) Power saving and fuel saving gadgets that don't actually save anything.
h) Other pointless things that people might mention.
Sylvia, Sylvia... Don't you know that all those things are good for
The Economy (TM)? That indeed anything that causes an expenditure
pf money is good for The Economy (TM)? Buying an "investment"
property and forcing house prices up is good for The Economy (TM);
buying a new car every year is good for The Economy (TM); even
*crashing* a car is good for The Economy; speshly if people get
killed and have to be buried, or even better, if they get injured
and need long, expensive treatments...
Hell, even 'plane crashes are good for The Economy (TM), Sylvia;
how many squillions of dollars do you reckon get spent every time
a 747 goes down?
The Economy (TM) must grow... pointlessness is next to godliness.
I'm a bit disappointed that no-one got that.
Sorbolene does more than moisturise. It is used as a barrier as well
preventing skin drying out. That also prevents the skin's natural oils
from being lost.
Ah. Didn't know dwiabout of the double action.
Post by Xeno
I was just wondering if you wrote an accidental double negative.
It's conceivable, but no.
It seems I've created unnecessary confusion by indicating that I use
sorbolene, but doing so in a context where I might be suggesting that it
does nothing useful.

Needless to say, I feel that it's doing something useful for me.
However, I suspect that all purchasers of products, including those
which are the subject of my OP, believe that what they're buying
delivers value to them. Only the level of delusion varies.

Sylvia.
Rod Speed
2017-09-16 17:53:12 UTC
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Post by Sylvia Else
The revelation that Australians are spending $700 million a year
on bottled water makes me wonder what the total of the following
a) Yes, bottled water.
b) Weight loss supplements that either do nothing, or just make
the problem worse.
c) Diet pills that do nothing.
d) Vitamins and minerals that people are not deficient in anyway.
e) Skin care products that have no effect (disclaimer, I use
sorbolene cream).
Sorbolene doesn't do nothing.
So you're saying Sorbolene actually does something?
Yep. If your skin is "dry", it "moisturises" it.
Post by Xeno
Post by Sylvia Else
f) Homeopathic products.
g) Power saving and fuel saving gadgets that don't actually save anything.
h) Other pointless things that people might mention.
Sylvia, Sylvia... Don't you know that all those things are good for
The Economy (TM)? That indeed anything that causes an expenditure
pf money is good for The Economy (TM)? Buying an "investment"
property and forcing house prices up is good for The Economy (TM);
buying a new car every year is good for The Economy (TM); even
*crashing* a car is good for The Economy; speshly if people get
killed and have to be buried, or even better, if they get injured
and need long, expensive treatments...
Hell, even 'plane crashes are good for The Economy (TM), Sylvia;
how many squillions of dollars do you reckon get spent every time
a 747 goes down?
The Economy (TM) must grow... pointlessness is next to godliness.
I'm a bit disappointed that no-one got that.
Sorbolene does more than moisturise. It is used as a barrier as well
preventing skin drying out. That also prevents the skin's natural oils
from being lost.
Its the mindless furious showering multiple times a
day with stupidly expensive detergents that does that.
de chucka
2017-09-16 21:03:41 UTC
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Post by Sylvia Else
The revelation that Australians are spending $700 million a year
on bottled water makes me wonder what the total of the following
a) Yes, bottled water.
b) Weight loss supplements that either do nothing, or just make
the problem worse.
c) Diet pills that do nothing.
d) Vitamins and minerals that people are not deficient in anyway.
e) Skin care products that have no effect (disclaimer, I use
sorbolene cream).
Sorbolene doesn't do nothing.
So you're saying Sorbolene actually does something?
Yep. If your skin is "dry", it "moisturises" it.
Post by Xeno
Post by Sylvia Else
f) Homeopathic products.
g) Power saving and fuel saving gadgets that don't actually save anything.
h) Other pointless things that people might mention.
Sylvia, Sylvia... Don't you know that all those things are good for
The Economy (TM)? That indeed anything that causes an expenditure
pf money is good for The Economy (TM)? Buying an "investment"
property and forcing house prices up is good for The Economy (TM);
buying a new car every year is good for The Economy (TM); even
*crashing* a car is good for The Economy; speshly if people get
killed and have to be buried, or even better, if they get injured
and need long, expensive treatments...
Hell, even 'plane crashes are good for The Economy (TM), Sylvia;
how many squillions of dollars do you reckon get spent every time
a 747 goes down?
The Economy (TM) must grow... pointlessness is next to godliness.
I'm a bit disappointed that no-one got that.
Sorbolene does more than moisturise. It is used as a barrier as well
preventing skin drying out. That also prevents the skin's natural oils
from being lost. I was just wondering if you wrote an accidental double
negative.
No he fucked up again trying to be a smart arse
Ned Latham
2017-09-16 21:53:53 UTC
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Post by Sylvia Else
The revelation that Australians are spending $700 million a year
on bottled water makes me wonder what the total of the following
a) Yes, bottled water.
b) Weight loss supplements that either do nothing, or just make
the problem worse.
c) Diet pills that do nothing.
d) Vitamins and minerals that people are not deficient in anyway.
e) Skin care products that have no effect (disclaimer, I use
sorbolene cream).
Sorbolene doesn't do nothing.
So you're saying Sorbolene actually does something?
Yep. If your skin is "dry", it "moisturises" it.
Post by Xeno
Post by Sylvia Else
f) Homeopathic products.
g) Power saving and fuel saving gadgets that don't actually save
anything.
h) Other pointless things that people might mention.
Sylvia, Sylvia... Don't you know that all those things are good for
The Economy (TM)? That indeed anything that causes an expenditure
pf money is good for The Economy (TM)? Buying an "investment"
property and forcing house prices up is good for The Economy (TM);
buying a new car every year is good for The Economy (TM); even
*crashing* a car is good for The Economy; speshly if people get
killed and have to be buried, or even better, if they get injured
and need long, expensive treatments...
Hell, even 'plane crashes are good for The Economy (TM), Sylvia;
how many squillions of dollars do you reckon get spent every time
a 747 goes down?
The Economy (TM) must grow... pointlessness is next to godliness.
I'm a bit disappointed that no-one got that.
Sorbolene does more than moisturise. It is used as a barrier as well
preventing skin drying out. That also prevents the skin's natural oils
from being lost. I was just wondering if you wrote an accidental double
negative.
No
Right again, Ruth! That's twice in this one thread!
How do you do it? Did a sane dog bite you?
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he fucked up again trying to be a smart arse
Wrong pronoun, you moron (I *knew* it couldn't last).
de chucka
2017-09-16 21:56:34 UTC
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Right again, Ruth! That's twice in this one thread!
How do you do it? Did a sane dog bite you?
Post by de chucka
he fucked up again trying to be a smart arse
Wrong pronoun, you moron (I *knew* it couldn't last).
Ned you can't use spell-check and use double negatives so please don't
correct other people
Ned Latham
2017-09-16 22:49:25 UTC
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Sorbolene does more than moisturise. It is used as a barrier
as well preventing skin drying out. That also prevents the
skin's natural oils from being lost. I was just wondering
if you wrote an accidental double negative.
No
Right again, Ruth! That's twice in this one thread!
How do you do it? Did a sane dog bite you?
Post by de chucka
he fucked up again trying to be a smart arse
Wrong pronoun, you moron (I *knew* it couldn't last).
Ned you can't use spell-check
Wrong again, moron. I refuse to use some subliterate's idea of
a speel sticker.

(Try your spell checker on that, you cretinous fuckwit.)
Post by de chucka
and use double negatives
Anyone can use double negatives, you bumbling butterbrain:
the trick is doing so correctly.
Post by de chucka
so please don't correct other people
I'll stop correcting you when you stop fucking up.

Apropos of which... you can't quote messages properly, so
please don't post in Usenet.
de chucka
2017-09-16 22:52:57 UTC
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Post by Ned Latham
Post by de chucka
Post by Ned Latham
Post by de chucka
Post by Xeno
Sorbolene does more than moisturise. It is used as a barrier
as well preventing skin drying out. That also prevents the
skin's natural oils from being lost. I was just wondering
if you wrote an accidental double negative.
No
Right again, Ruth! That's twice in this one thread!
How do you do it? Did a sane dog bite you?
Post by de chucka
he fucked up again trying to be a smart arse
Wrong pronoun, you moron (I *knew* it couldn't last).
Ned you can't use spell-check
Wrong again, moron. I refuse to use some subliterate's idea of
a speel sticker.
(Try your spell checker on that, you cretinous fuckwit.)
Post by de chucka
and use double negatives
the trick is doing so correctly.
you failed
Peter Jason
2017-09-16 04:39:21 UTC
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On Sat, 16 Sep 2017 13:35:32 +1000, Sylvia Else
Post by Sylvia Else
The revelation that Australians are spending $700 million a year on
a) Yes, bottled water.
b) Weight loss supplements that either do nothing, or just make the
problem worse.
c) Diet pills that do nothing.
d) Vitamins and minerals that people are not deficient in anyway.
e) Skin care products that have no effect (disclaimer, I use sorbolene
cream).
f) Homeopathic products.
g) Power saving and fuel saving gadgets that don't actually save anything.
h) Other pointless things that people might mention.
Sylvia.
If the powers had any brains they would surreptiously lace the bottled
water supply with oocytes, or at least contraceptives, to render such
stupid people infertile, and so leave the world for we better sort to
bustle in.

It's these same dolts who were hoodwinked by Jeff Kennet into selling
the Victorian SEC to 5 entities for a few squillion dollars. Now
these rapacious 5 are screwing we poor people for every one of those
dollars and more besides! It's the same in other states (except
perhaps SA & WA).
Rod Speed
2017-09-16 17:48:48 UTC
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Post by Peter Jason
On Sat, 16 Sep 2017 13:35:32 +1000, Sylvia Else
Post by Sylvia Else
The revelation that Australians are spending $700 million a year on
a) Yes, bottled water.
b) Weight loss supplements that either do nothing, or just make the
problem worse.
c) Diet pills that do nothing.
d) Vitamins and minerals that people are not deficient in anyway.
e) Skin care products that have no effect (disclaimer, I use sorbolene
cream).
f) Homeopathic products.
g) Power saving and fuel saving gadgets that don't actually save anything.
h) Other pointless things that people might mention.
Sylvia.
If the powers had any brains they would surreptiously
lace the bottled water supply with oocytes, or at least
contraceptives, to render such stupid people infertile,
Nope, that would fuck the economy, stupid.
Post by Peter Jason
and so leave the world for we better sort to bustle in.
Even sillier and more pig ignorant than you usually manage.

If everyone just drank tap water straight out of the
tap, at most via the fridge, that would be much worse
for the economy and the jobs of those producing
the tap water in bottles in the supermarkets.
Post by Peter Jason
It's these same dolts who were hoodwinked by Jeff Kennet into
selling the Victorian SEC to 5 entities for a few squillion dollars.
He had no choice, the state economy finances
were fucked by the clowns he replaced.
Post by Peter Jason
Now these rapacious 5 are screwing we poor people
for every one of those dollars and more besides!
Due to Labor driving the state economy into the ground.
Post by Peter Jason
It's the same in other states (except perhaps SA & WA).
Even sillier and more pig ignorant than you
usually manage with Snowy Hydro alone.
Peter Jason
2017-09-17 21:57:15 UTC
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On Sun, 17 Sep 2017 03:48:48 +1000, "Rod Speed"
Post by Rod Speed
Post by Peter Jason
On Sat, 16 Sep 2017 13:35:32 +1000, Sylvia Else
Post by Sylvia Else
The revelation that Australians are spending $700 million a year on
a) Yes, bottled water.
b) Weight loss supplements that either do nothing, or just make the
problem worse.
c) Diet pills that do nothing.
d) Vitamins and minerals that people are not deficient in anyway.
e) Skin care products that have no effect (disclaimer, I use sorbolene
cream).
f) Homeopathic products.
g) Power saving and fuel saving gadgets that don't actually save anything.
h) Other pointless things that people might mention.
Sylvia.
If the powers had any brains they would surreptiously
lace the bottled water supply with oocytes, or at least
contraceptives, to render such stupid people infertile,
Nope, that would fuck the economy, stupid.
The economy is already so. There's a crash coming from the property
market where speculators are high on margin. Arterial blood will
course down Sydney gutters!
Post by Rod Speed
Post by Peter Jason
and so leave the world for we better sort to bustle in.
Even sillier and more pig ignorant than you usually manage.
It's called eugenics, and has been considered seriously, EG in Sth
Africa during the old regime, to lace the water with "certain agents"
to reduce the black population there, but unsuccessfully. When all
else fails, do the obvious!
Post by Rod Speed
If everyone just drank tap water straight out of the
tap, at most via the fridge, that would be much worse
for the economy and the jobs of those producing
the tap water in bottles in the supermarkets.
Post by Peter Jason
It's these same dolts who were hoodwinked by Jeff Kennet into
selling the Victorian SEC to 5 entities for a few squillion dollars.
He had no choice, the state economy finances
were fucked by the clowns he replaced.
And now the entities are rich,
The Govt still broke,
And we poor groan under the Yoke!
Post by Rod Speed
Post by Peter Jason
Now these rapacious 5 are screwing we poor people
for every one of those dollars and more besides!
Due to Labor driving the state economy into the ground.
Post by Peter Jason
It's the same in other states (except perhaps SA & WA).
Even sillier and more pig ignorant than you
usually manage with Snowy Hydro alone.
Wot? Stop it, or you'll go blind!
de chucka
2017-09-17 22:06:38 UTC
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snip
Post by Peter Jason
Post by Rod Speed
Even sillier and more pig ignorant than you usually manage.
It's called eugenics, and has been considered seriously, EG in Sth
Africa during the old regime, to lace the water with "certain agents"
to reduce the black population there, but unsuccessfully. When all
else fails, do the obvious!
Hey they put bromide in our water in the army to keep our sexual libido
well suppressed. 35 years later it's starting to work :-)
Jeßus
2017-09-17 23:47:20 UTC
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Post by de chucka
snip
Post by Peter Jason
Post by Rod Speed
Even sillier and more pig ignorant than you usually manage.
It's called eugenics, and has been considered seriously, EG in Sth
Africa during the old regime, to lace the water with "certain agents"
to reduce the black population there, but unsuccessfully. When all
else fails, do the obvious!
Hey they put bromide in our water in the army to keep our sexual libido
well suppressed. 35 years later it's starting to work :-)
There's traces of all sorts of legal and illegal drugs found in
Australian tap water. Could this be the cause of the hipster plague?
Trevor
2017-09-18 04:22:28 UTC
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Post by Jeßus
There's traces of all sorts of legal and illegal drugs found in
Australian tap water.
Certainly traces in the sewerage. In most cities they do not recycle
sewerage into tap water yet.

Trevor.
Rod Speed
2017-09-18 05:44:23 UTC
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Post by Trevor
Post by Jeßus
There's traces of all sorts of legal and illegal drugs found in
Australian tap water.
Certainly traces in the sewerage. In most cities they do not recycle
sewerage into tap water yet.
All the towns on decent rivers do in fact do just that.
Peter Jason
2017-09-27 06:00:10 UTC
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Post by de chucka
snip
Post by Peter Jason
Post by Rod Speed
Even sillier and more pig ignorant than you usually manage.
It's called eugenics, and has been considered seriously, EG in Sth
Africa during the old regime, to lace the water with "certain agents"
to reduce the black population there, but unsuccessfully. When all
else fails, do the obvious!
Hey they put bromide in our water in the army to keep our sexual libido
well suppressed. 35 years later it's starting to work :-)
You should have joined the navy. No bromides in their water given the
outrageous accusations flying about.
de chucka
2017-09-27 20:45:11 UTC
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Post by Peter Jason
Post by de chucka
snip
Post by Peter Jason
Post by Rod Speed
Even sillier and more pig ignorant than you usually manage.
It's called eugenics, and has been considered seriously, EG in Sth
Africa during the old regime, to lace the water with "certain agents"
to reduce the black population there, but unsuccessfully. When all
else fails, do the obvious!
Hey they put bromide in our water in the army to keep our sexual libido
well suppressed. 35 years later it's starting to work :-)
You should have joined the navy. No bromides in their water given the
outrageous accusations flying about.
Ah the navy, Rum Buggery and the Lash

Rod Speed
2017-09-17 22:55:33 UTC
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Post by Peter Jason
On Sun, 17 Sep 2017 03:48:48 +1000, "Rod Speed"
Post by Rod Speed
Post by Peter Jason
On Sat, 16 Sep 2017 13:35:32 +1000, Sylvia Else
Post by Sylvia Else
The revelation that Australians are spending $700 million a year on
a) Yes, bottled water.
b) Weight loss supplements that either do nothing, or just make the
problem worse.
c) Diet pills that do nothing.
d) Vitamins and minerals that people are not deficient in anyway.
e) Skin care products that have no effect (disclaimer, I use sorbolene
cream).
f) Homeopathic products.
g) Power saving and fuel saving gadgets that don't actually save anything.
h) Other pointless things that people might mention.
Sylvia.
If the powers had any brains they would surreptiously
lace the bottled water supply with oocytes, or at least
contraceptives, to render such stupid people infertile,
Nope, that would fuck the economy, stupid.
The economy is already so.
Pigs arse it is. Its doing fine providing lots of jobs for anyone
who is prepare to get off their arse and get qualified.
Post by Peter Jason
There's a crash coming from the property market
Fools have been running that line for decades now.
Post by Peter Jason
where speculators are high on margin. Arterial
blood will course down Sydney gutters!
Just another other of your pathetic little drug crazed fantasys.
Post by Peter Jason
Post by Rod Speed
Post by Peter Jason
and so leave the world for we better sort to bustle in.
Even sillier and more pig ignorant than you usually manage.
It's called eugenics,
Only by terminal fuckwits.
Post by Peter Jason
and has been considered seriously, EG in Sth Africa
during the old regime, to lace the water with "certain
agents" to reduce the black population there,
Just another of your pathetic little drug crazed fantasys.
Post by Peter Jason
but unsuccessfully.
Even HIV/AIDS made no difference there.
Post by Peter Jason
When all else fails, do the obvious!
Yep, do the world a service and top yourself.
Post by Peter Jason
Post by Rod Speed
If everyone just drank tap water straight out of the
tap, at most via the fridge, that would be much worse
for the economy and the jobs of those producing
the tap water in bottles in the supermarkets.
Post by Peter Jason
It's these same dolts who were hoodwinked by Jeff Kennet into
selling the Victorian SEC to 5 entities for a few squillion dollars.
He had no choice, the state economy finances
were fucked by the clowns he replaced.
And now the entities are rich,
Due to the fuckwit clowns he replaced.
Post by Peter Jason
The Govt still broke,
Due to the fuckwit clowns he replaced.
Post by Peter Jason
And we poor groan under the Yoke!
Then do the decent thing and top yourself.
Post by Peter Jason
Post by Rod Speed
Post by Peter Jason
Now these rapacious 5 are screwing we poor people
for every one of those dollars and more besides!
Due to Labor driving the state economy into the ground.
Post by Peter Jason
It's the same in other states (except perhaps SA & WA).
Even sillier and more pig ignorant than you
usually manage with Snowy Hydro alone.
Peter Jason
2017-09-18 02:57:18 UTC
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On Mon, 18 Sep 2017 08:55:33 +1000, "Rod Speed"
Post by Rod Speed
Post by Peter Jason
On Sun, 17 Sep 2017 03:48:48 +1000, "Rod Speed"
Post by Rod Speed
Post by Peter Jason
On Sat, 16 Sep 2017 13:35:32 +1000, Sylvia Else
Post by Sylvia Else
The revelation that Australians are spending $700 million a year on
a) Yes, bottled water.
b) Weight loss supplements that either do nothing, or just make the
problem worse.
c) Diet pills that do nothing.
d) Vitamins and minerals that people are not deficient in anyway.
e) Skin care products that have no effect (disclaimer, I use sorbolene
cream).
f) Homeopathic products.
g) Power saving and fuel saving gadgets that don't actually save anything.
h) Other pointless things that people might mention.
Sylvia.
If the powers had any brains they would surreptiously
lace the bottled water supply with oocytes, or at least
contraceptives, to render such stupid people infertile,
Nope, that would fuck the economy, stupid.
The economy is already so.
Pigs arse it is. Its doing fine providing lots of jobs for anyone
who is prepare to get off their arse and get qualified.
I have studied reason & logic. Thus according to you we could sell
bottled Sydney air (phew!) to all the denizens of Oz, so further
stimulating the economy! And sea water too; all the oceans are being
wasted when they could be boosting the verdant land of Oz! In fact,
why should the dead get off without paying?
https://postimg.org/image/9venrz6th/
Thank God you're here Roddles, because subsequently we are all in
Shangri-La, where milk & honey oozes from every crevice and Manna
hails down from the skyes.
Rodney for Treasurer, I say!
Post by Rod Speed
Post by Peter Jason
There's a crash coming from the property market
Fools have been running that line for decades now.
Post by Peter Jason
where speculators are high on margin. Arterial
blood will course down Sydney gutters!
Just another other of your pathetic little drug crazed fantasys.
Post by Peter Jason
Post by Rod Speed
Post by Peter Jason
and so leave the world for we better sort to bustle in.
Even sillier and more pig ignorant than you usually manage.
It's called eugenics,
Only by terminal fuckwits.
Post by Peter Jason
and has been considered seriously, EG in Sth Africa
during the old regime, to lace the water with "certain
agents" to reduce the black population there,
Just another of your pathetic little drug crazed fantasys.
Post by Peter Jason
but unsuccessfully.
Even HIV/AIDS made no difference there.
Post by Peter Jason
When all else fails, do the obvious!
Yep, do the world a service and top yourself.
Post by Peter Jason
Post by Rod Speed
If everyone just drank tap water straight out of the
tap, at most via the fridge, that would be much worse
for the economy and the jobs of those producing
the tap water in bottles in the supermarkets.
Post by Peter Jason
It's these same dolts who were hoodwinked by Jeff Kennet into
selling the Victorian SEC to 5 entities for a few squillion dollars.
He had no choice, the state economy finances
were fucked by the clowns he replaced.
And now the entities are rich,
Due to the fuckwit clowns he replaced.
Post by Peter Jason
The Govt still broke,
Due to the fuckwit clowns he replaced.
Post by Peter Jason
And we poor groan under the Yoke!
Then do the decent thing and top yourself.
Post by Peter Jason
Post by Rod Speed
Post by Peter Jason
Now these rapacious 5 are screwing we poor people
for every one of those dollars and more besides!
Due to Labor driving the state economy into the ground.
Post by Peter Jason
It's the same in other states (except perhaps SA & WA).
Even sillier and more pig ignorant than you
usually manage with Snowy Hydro alone.
Trevor
2017-09-18 04:31:30 UTC
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Post by Peter Jason
Rodney for Treasurer, I say!
God help us!!! I thought the current lot were bad enough with their
fixation on privatising everything, companies paying no tax, miners
paying no royalties, and services for everybody else eliminated, while
continually increasing the number of politicians with nothing left to
do. They have to spend years on trivia like SSM just to give themselves
something to talk about, and try to justify their existence. :-(

Trevor.
dolf
2017-09-18 05:09:11 UTC
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A single large bottle of Solo lemonade with its white cap protruding
through the plastic bag as if to representative of the Royal Arch
Freemasons White Capstone situated at the Sofitel Hotel forecourt,
Collins Street, Melbourne was poured out and binned like the soul of a
person extinguished from any prospect of eternity.

This statement made in support of the "yes" vote for same sex marriage
does not constitute hate speech but factually and artfully conveys media
reports, historical realities and reasoned argument.

I have some twenty plus years of informal research within the esoteric
field of METEMPIRICAL (ie. the branch of philosophy that deals with
things existing beyond the realm of experience) PHILOSOPHY as the
perennialist school of thought and the METAPHYSICAL (ie. of things
transcending what is physical or natural and the temporal reality) as
Torah Kabbalist THEOLOGY and which is applicable to knowledge pragmatics
and Artificial Intelligence.

That my mathematical theoretical noumenon defines the meta-descriptor
prototypes which are prerequisite to the BEING of HOMO[iOS] SAPIEN[T]
having existence as a conscious reality of the human who is instantiated
within the temporal reality as then the cause for reasoning and rationality.

SEE ALSO RESPONSE DIALOG: "POOH BEAR IN A HONEY POT FACE ***@CKING
DEFAMATION BY DEHUMANISATION ACCOMPANYING RETURNED SERVICES LEAGUE MURAL
INSTALLATION"

GOOGLE-DRIVE:

<https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BzRmc7Bm7indaV9WUmVlVHlFSHM>

WWW-LINK:

<http://www.grapple369.com/docs/Honey.pdf>

YOUTUBE: "Air Afrikaans (Full Show)"



SEE ALSO: "MARK THIS PERSON FOR INTERNMENT DUE TO TREASONABLE BREACHES
MADE AGAINST THE LETTERS PATENT TO THE FEDERATION OF THE COMMONWEALTH
1901 AND INTENTION OF DEPORTATION AS UNDESIRABLE VERMIN WHICH IS
DELETERIOUS TO THE INDIGENOUS FAUNA AND FLORA"

GOOGLE-DRIVE:

<https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BzRmc7Bm7indb1dVYzQyTnFHRjg>

WWW-LINK:

<http://www.grapple369.com/docs/Marked.pdf>

SEE ALSO: "FRANCE TO HOST TIDDLY {slightly drunk: as a noun denoting an
alcoholic drink, particularly of spirits} WINKS {French: jeu de puces
('flea game'), a catapult version of tiddlywinks} IN 2024"

GOOGLE-DRIVE:

<https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BzRmc7Bm7indN1B0d241bzRfb28>

WWW-LINK:

<http://www.grapple369.com/docs/Tiddlywinks.pdf>

SEE ALSO: "SOVEREIGN CLAIMS MADE UPON DISCOVERY OF AUSTRALIA AND IT'S
HISTORICAL RELATIONSHIP TO HOMOSEXUALITY"

GOOGLE-DRIVE:

<https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BzRmc7Bm7indZ2xyWnJMTXYtMTQ>

WWW-LINK:

<http://www.grapple369.com/docs/Sovereign.pdf>

YOUTUBE: "Let Them Eat Cake - The Pox"



- dolf
Post by Trevor
Post by Peter Jason
Rodney for Treasurer, I say!
God help us!!! I thought the current lot were bad enough with their
fixation on privatising everything, companies paying no tax, miners
paying no royalties, and services for everybody else eliminated, while
continually increasing the number of politicians with nothing left to
do. They have to spend years on trivia like SSM just to give themselves
something to talk about, and try to justify their existence. :-(
Trevor.
-- POOH BEAR IN A HONEY POT FACE ***@CKING DEFAMATION BY DEHUMANISATION
ACCOMPANYING RETURNED SERVICES LEAGUE MURAL INSTALLATION

(c) 2017 Dolf Leendert Boek, Revision: 18 September, 2017

Nous: #41
Time: 11:35 hrs
Date: 2017.9.16
Torah: #20 #6 #100 %81 = #45
Dao: Playing with Reversal, Sameness in Difference
Tetra: #60 - Accumulation
I-Ching: H26 - Great Domestication, Restraining Force, Great
Accumulating, The taming power of the great, Great storage, Potential energy

Latin: Exultabundus {God who gives joy} Alt: Lavyah {Desireless Nature
of God} {

1. HELPS RECOVER THE FRIENDSHIP OF THOSE WE'VE OFFENDED
2. WILLS
3. FRIENDLY DISTRIBUTION
4. Aphoso
}

Rehoboam {Who sets the people at liberty}

-
<http://www.grapple369.com?zen:4,row:5,col:5,nous:41&idea:{86}&idea:{222}&idea:{164}&idea:{352}>

***@zen: 4, row: 5, col: 5, nous: 41 [Super: #222 / #2 - Contrast
of Terms, Self-Culture; I-Ching: H11 - Peace, Pervading, Greatness;
Tetra: 16 - Contact, Ego: #352 / #41 - Playing with Reversal, Sameness
in Difference; I-Ching: H26 - Great Domestication, Restraining Force,
Great Accumulating, The taming power of the great, Great storage,
Potential energy; Tetra: 60 - Accumulation]

RESPONSE DIALOG TO: "MARK THIS PERSON FOR INTERNMENT DUE TO TREASONABLE
BREACHES MADE AGAINST THE LETTERS PATENT TO THE FEDERATION OF THE
COMMONWEALTH 1901 AND INTENTION OF DEPORTATION AS UNDESIRABLE VERMIN
WHICH IS DELETERIOUS TO THE INDIGENOUS FAUNA AND FLORA" dated 15
September 2017

- <http://www.grapple369.com/docs/Marked.pdf>

TRISTAN CORNER @ 1256 HOURS ON 16 SEPTEMBER 2017: "lol

Sovereign citizens unite!"

YOUTUBE: "Let Them Eat Cake - The Pox"

- http://youtu.be/0LCzi5kaAmE

DOLF @ 1311 HOURS ON 16 SEPTEMBER 2017: "THESE PERSONS were using dogs /
actors / bag over head profile pictures and as part of the Saint Andrews
cause célèbre engaged in by Freemasons / Vietnam Veterans / Returned
Services League (RSL) / Roman Catholics et al as 'POOH BEAR IN A HONEY
POT' FACE ***@CKING defamation by dehumanisation and for which an RSL
MURAL by artist Jeremy Kasper that is situated at RSL 143 York Street
Sale, Gippsland applies.

Nous: #17
Time: 13:10 hrs
Date: 2017.10.11
Torah: #10 #10 #7 %81 = #27
Dao: Politics
Tetra: #65 - Inner
I-Ching: H54 - Marriageable Maid/Maiden, Converting the Maiden

Latin: Advocatus {God who rejoices} Alt: Haqamyah {The Standing Corn of
God} {

1. HELPS RELEASE PRISONERS & RELEASES FROM ENEMIES
2. INTUITION FOR ART & SCIENCE, PRESS & BOOKS
3. ARTISTS
4. Arterchinis

27 August 2003 Mars at opposition with Earth & Sun, closest for approx
60,000 years}

Uzziah {The strength, or kid, of the Lord}

<https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BzRmc7Bm7indWV8zb1ZQckRvbkE>

<https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BzRmc7Bm7indRFJjQUFHdl9BMjg>

[IMAGES: HAIL / RAIN: @ 1311 HOURS ON 16 SEPTEMBER 2017 AS SUBSTITUTED
ETHIC UPON ANZAC / BOER TRADITION, IMPOSITION MADE AGAINST THE
SOVEREIGNTY OF THE COMMONWEALTH AND DEFAMATION AS ANTI-SEMITISM /
SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST DISRESPECT]

-
<http://www.grapple369.com?zen:3,row:5,col:2,nous:17&idea{140}&idea{415}&idea{59}&idea{359}>

***@zen: 3, row: 5, col: 2, nous: 17 [Super: #415 / #59 - A
Sensible Guide, Hold Fast To Reason; I-Ching: H42 - Increase,
Augmenting; Tetra: 13 - Increase, Ego: #359 / #17 - Politics; I-Ching:
H54 - Marriageable Maid/Maiden, Converting the Maiden; Tetra: 65 - Inner]

SG1 (***@THE.RACES.COM) @ 1611 HOURS ON 17 SEPTEMBER 2017: "Fran: The
sky did fall"

***@TOPMAIL.CO.NZ @ 1754 HOURS ON 17 SEPTEMBER 2017: "The Saturnians
sent some junk into out atmosphere in retaliation for Cassini"

DE CHUCKA (***@HOTMAIL.COM) @ 1818 HOURS ON 17 SEPTEMBER 2017: "🙂"

ÖRDÖG (***@HELL.NET) @ 0739 HOURS ON 18 SEPTEMBER 2017: "And look out
for the first wave of ungodly Saturnian invaders who could shortly follow.

Should send Petz into a total Saturnophobic frenzy!

The Julian calendar, proposed by Julius Caesar in 46 BCE (708 AUC), was
a reform of the Roman calendar. It took effect on 1 January 45 BCE (AUC
709), by edict. It was the predominant calendar in the Roman world, most
of Europe, and in European settlements in the Americas and elsewhere,
until it was refined and gradually replaced by the Gregorian calendar,
promulgated in 1582 by Pope Gregory XIII. The Julian calendar gains
against the mean tropical year at the rate of one day in 128 years. For
the Gregorian the figure is one day in 3,030 years. The difference in
the average length of the year between Julian (365.25 days) and
Gregorian (365.2425 days) is 0.002%.

- <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julian_calendar>

Year 43 BCE was either a common year starting on Sunday, Monday or
Tuesday or a leap year starting on Sunday or Monday (link will display
the full calendar) of the Julian calendar (the sources differ, see leap
year error for further information) and a common year starting on Monday
of the Proleptic Julian calendar. At the time, it was known as the Year
of the Consulship of Pansa and Hirtius (or, less frequently, year 711 Ab
urbe condita). The denomination 43 BC for this year has been used since
the early medieval period, when the Anno Domini calendar era became the
prevalent method in Europe for naming years.

- <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/43_BC>

'Ut sementem feceris, ita metes / As you sow, so shall you reap" [Cicero
3 January 106 BCE – 7 December 43 BCE ]

SG1 (***@THE.RACES.COM) @ 0859 HOURS ON 18 SEPTEMBER 2017: "His tinfoil
hat will protect him. It has protected him from sanity so far.

O[ver] T[he] T[op] Maybe we could match Pretzel & Ned in a trial S[ame]
S[ex] M[arriage]."

DE CHUCKA (***@HOTMAIL.COM) @ 0755 HOURS ON 18 SEPTEMBER 2017:
"The Reptilian aliens from the Draco constellation will keep us safe
and 'I, for one, will welcome our new Satur[n]ian overlords'

On a scarier note:

-
<https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2016/apr/07/conspiracy-theory-paranoia-aliens-illuminati-beyonce-vaccines-cliven-bundy-jfk>

According to a Public Policy Polling survey, around 12 million people in
the US believe that interstellar lizards in people suits rule our
country. We imported that particular belief from across the pond, where
professional conspiracy theorist David Icke has long maintained that the
Queen of England is a blood-drinking, *shape*-*shifting* alien."

SG1 (***@THE.RACES.COM) @ 0855 HOURS ON 18 SEPTEMBER 2017: "Have to
agree with that one as She has transformed from a cute looking young
woman to bend over old hag."

DOLF @ 1203 HOURS ON 18 SEPTEMBER 2017: "The use of a rainbow 🌈 within
the SALE RSL's MURAL as a tribute to fascist idealism over the voluntary
will of suffrage as womanhood being encumbered by child bearing as its
bestowed masculine virtue--will not save the artist Jeremy Kasper from
legal accountability.

"That ye may be the children of your Father which is in heaven: for he
maketh his sun to rise on the evil and on the good, and sendeth rain on
the just and on the unjust." [Matthew 5:45 (KJV)]

This statement made in support of the "yes" vote for same sex marriage
does not constitute hate speech but factually and artfully conveys media
reports, historical realities and reasoned argument.

I have some twenty plus years of informal research within the esoteric
field of METEMPIRICAL (ie. the branch of philosophy that deals with
things existing beyond the realm of experience) PHILOSOPHY as the
perennialist school of thought and the METAPHYSICAL (ie. of things
transcending what is physical or natural and the temporal reality) as
Torah Kabbalist THEOLOGY and which is applicable to both knowledge
pragmatics and Artificial Intelligence.

That my mathematical theoretical noumenon defines the meta-descriptor
prototypes which are prerequisite to the BEING of HOMO[iOS] SAPIEN[T]
having existence as a conscious reality of the human who is instantiated
within the temporal reality as then the cause for reasoning and
rationality."

Nous: #25
Time: 12:50 hrs
Date: 2017.10.6
Torah: #70 #50 #6 %81 = #45
Dao: What's behind it all?, Imaging the Mysterious
Tetra: #10 - Defectiveness, Distortion
I-Ching: H62 - Minor Superiority, Small Excess, Small Exceeding,
Preponderance of the small, Small surpassing

Latin: Advitor {Infinitely good God} Alt: Rah'el {Friend of God} {

1. PROTECTS AGAINST ACCIDENTS, MAINTAINS HEALTH & HEALS
2. TRADE & BUSINESSMEN
3. BUSINESS
4. Asau
}

Solar Eclipse: 3 (UTC) / 4 February 1916 (AEST) [During World War I: 28
July 1914 to 11 November 1918]

#111 CE

- <https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BzRmc7Bm7indalBfOWR3YXJUbXc>

- <https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BzRmc7Bm7indVmx5Z0UzeVFHb28>

- <https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BzRmc7Bm7indNndEMWQyc2ZHUDg>

[IMAGE: RAINBOWS / WOMANHOOD @ 1253 HOURS ON 18 SEPTEMBER]

-
<http://www.grapple369.com?zen:3,row:5,col:2,nous:17&idea{92}&idea{307}&idea{123}&idea{479}>

***@zen: 3, row: 5, col: 9, nous: 25 [Time: 1250 hrs, Super: #307
/ #42 - Generating Things, Reason's Modifications; I-Ching: H60 -
Control, Restraint, Articulating, Limitation, Moderation; Tetra: 52 -
Measure, Ego: #479 / #25 - What's behind it all?, Imaging the
Mysterious; I-Ching: H62 - Minor Superiority, Small Excess, Small
Exceeding, Preponderance of the small, Small surpassing; Tetra: 10 -
Defectiveness, Distortion]

JEREMY KASPER @ 1253 HOURS ON 18 SEPTEMBER 2017: "What do you think so far?"

DOLF @ 1253 HOURS ON 18 SEPTEMBER 2017: "It's a great tribute to fascist
idealism but what about women's emancipation."

JEREMY KASPER @ 1253 HOURS ON 18 SEPTEMBER 2017: "Go away as you are
just being rude."

DOLF @ 1253 HOURS ON 18 SEPTEMBER 2017: "I've published my dissertation
as reasoned opposition and these photographs now will be included.

It is you who are being entirely disparaging and if you have any
reasonable explanation I would like to hear it.

I would have you know that even though you as Freemasons may use it to
compute eclipses in deference to the Jewish / Solomon's Temple 364 day /
year solar / lunar cycle of 2184 days as 6 x 364 [Luke 1:1-25] as THE
MAJOR PREMISE {YANG/FATHER/HEAVEN/MALE/FORM - Formula of Universal Law},
which contains the law of that will in relation to the DIVINE MIND /
GODHEAD only ceased under Roman Imperial besiegement of Jerusalem by
Roman Emperor Titus. That this vestige of Roman Empire Governance as
the Julian calendar was changed by British Act of Parliament in 1751 /
1752 as being subsequent to the Gregorian calendar reforms of 1582 CE.

The Siege of Jerusalem in the year 70 was the decisive event of the
First Jewish–Roman War. The Roman army, led by the future Emperor Titus,
with Tiberius Julius Alexander as his second-in-command, besieged and
conquered the city of Jerusalem, which had been controlled by Judean
rebel factions since 66.



- <https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BzRmc7Bm7indd3dEakc1ZVlkTEk>

[IMAGE: Arch of Titus by Jebulon - Own work, CC0]

The siege ended on 30 August with the sacking of the city and the
destruction of its Second Temple to which the Arch of Titus, celebrating
the Roman sack of Jerusalem and the Temple, still stands in Rome to this
day.

Just as a Gregorian date is a date in the Gregorian Calendar, a Julian
date is a date in the Julian Calendar. Astronomers sometimes use the
term 'Julian date' in another sense, according to which it is related to
what is called a 'Julian day number'. Such a use of the term 'Julian
date' makes it ambiguous, but the meaning is usually clear from the
context. In this article the notion of the Julian day number will be
explained, along with various meanings of the term Julian date.

According to the system of numbering days called Julian day numbers,
used by astronomers and calendricists (those who study calendars,
unfortunately not for a living), the temporal sequence of days is mapped
onto the sequence of integers, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, etc. This makes it
easy to determine the number of days between two dates (just subtract
one Julian day number from the other).

For example, a solar eclipse was seen at Nineveh on June 15, 763 B.C.
(Julian Calendar), according to the Assyrian chronicles in the British
Museum, and a lunar eclipse occurred there on the night of April 14-15,
425 B.C. (Julian Calendar). (The Lunar Calendars and Eclipse Finder
program tells us that these eclipses occurred at approximately 10:32
a.m. and 2:27 a.m. respectively.) The Julian day numbers corresponding
to these dates are 1,442,902 and 1,566,296 respectively. This makes it
easy to calculate that the lunar eclipse occurred 123,394 days after the
solar eclipse.

That the MINOR PREMISE {YIN/MOTHER/EARTH/FEMALE/MATTER - Formula of
Humanity}, which contains the command to behave in accordance with the
law, that is, the principle of subsumption under the law: x 49 = 107,016
days as 6J or 294 x 364 days or 365.2425 x 293 years - Vernal Equinox
Wednesday 20 March 1996 / 21 March = 1 Nisan 5756;

Generally speaking, an integer date is any system of assigning a
one-to-one correspondence between the usual sequence of days (and
nights) and the integers. Such systems differ only in the day chosen to
correspond to day 0 or day 1. For example, in some applications NASA
uses the Truncated Julian Date, which is the number of days since
1968-05-24 (at which time the Apollo missions to the Moon were underway).

THE CONCLUSION {ZHUN/SON/SEA/ENUMERATE/OFFSPRING - Formula of Autonomy},
which contains the verdict (sentence), what is laid down as right in the
case at hand: ... 6,000 as 122J3W1D + 9(9²+1)/2 as #369 with Septet #41
centric on 13-17 September 2001 / 18 September = 1 Tishri 5762."
[<https://www.hermetic.ch/cal_stud/jdn.htm>]

I HAVE ASCERTAINED (WITHIN ACCORDANCE WITH MY DELIBERATE PROTEST OF
CONSCIENCE AND ARREST UPON SATURDAY 21 AUGUST 1999 AND OF EVIDENCE
TENDERED AT THE EXTRA-ORDINARY VICTORIA CIVIL ADMINISTRATIVE TRIBUNAL
HEARING OF 7 DECEMBER 2001) THAT THE REFUSAL OF COMMUNION BY ARCHBISHOP
GEORGE PELL AT SAINT PATRICKS CATHEDRAL MELBOURNE ON PENTECOST SUNDAY
OF 31 MAY 1998 AND 21 JUNE 2000 IS THEN ASSOCIATED TO AN ECLIPSE ON THE
FOLLOWING YEAR OF 21 JUNE 2001:



- <https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BzRmc7Bm7indTnNwWW5wZnVXMGs>

- <https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BzRmc7Bm7indWGRhaTNucjR0c28>

- <https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BzRmc7Bm7indRDRwX3lBV3dlSmM>

[IMAGE: Memorial capstone: #Mem (13 - #40), #Aleph (1 - #1), #Shin (21 -
#300), #Kaf (11 - #20), #Aleph (1 - #1), #He (5 - #5), #Cheth (8 - #8),
#Shin (21 - #300) of the Royal Arch Freemasons Australia dated 30 May
1999, that is situated in the centre of a circular garden in the
forecourt of the Hotel Sofitel, 25 Collins Street, Melbourne]

SEE ALSO: THE ECLIPSE TREASON {#Cheth (8 - #8) + #Shin (21 - #300) =
#308 and #Shin (21 - #300) + #Kaf (11 - #20) = #320} PLOT BY VIETNAM
VETERANS / RETURNED SERVICES LEAGUE / FREEMASONS / ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH
HAS BEEN FOILED:

- <http://www.grapple369.com/docs/Eclipse.pdf>

THE TAKING OF OATH HAS A SPECIFIC MEANING WITHIN THE JEWISH SENSE OF IT
AS "TO SEVEN ONESELF" AND WHICH IS A CHRONOLOGICAL CONTEXT AS THE NOTION
OF RATIONAL PI = 3W1D AS SUBSCRIBING TO A HOMOIOS PERSPECTIVE OF THE
PERENNIALIST TRADITION AND NOT OF THE HETEROS CONTRIVANCE:

'I *SWEAR* by him who the TETRAKTYS (#10) found,
Whence all our wisdom springs and which contains
*PERENNIAL* *NATURE'S* *FOUNTAIN*, *CAUSE* AND *ROOT*.'

#1) The pooper scooper:
#2) The vile vegetable: Collegium Bacchus: College of Bacchus Worship:
*ZUCCHINI* / *CUCUMBER* *WARRIORS*}

MIND (DING-DONG): {#1 + #2 = #3 as ONE WITH SATAN'S MILK: #Mem (13 -
#40), #Aleph (1 - #1) = #41} +

#3) The one with Satan's milk: *MIND* (DING-DONG): {#1 + #2 = #3} )
#4) The shower ***@t-show:

SCIENCE (POOH-POOH): {#3 + #4 = #7 as the seafood sludge of HETEROS
PLOTS WITH MALEFICENT INTENT: #Shin (21 - #300), #Kaf (11 - #20) = #320
- HAS #FIVE ENCAPSULATED MORPHOLOGICAL RELATIONSHIPS TO #308} +

- <http://www.grapple369.com?telos:320> <— *NOTE* *THE* *ECLIPSE* *EVENTS*

#5) The water warrior: Collegium Communionis Minirum: College of Actors
(ie. CYBER WARFARE AND CAUSE CÉLÈBRE BY MALEFICENT PERFORMERS AS AGENT
PROVOCATEURS OF TREASON)
#6) A walk to remember: {Collegium Communionis Minirum: College of Actors}

OPINION (BOW-WOW): {#5 + #6 = #11 as Collegium of Pontiffs from 510 BCE
as AS PONTIFICATED DEIFIED IGNORANCE AS NARCISSISM: #Aleph (1 - #1), #He
(5 - #5) = #6} +

#7) The seafood sludge: *SCIENCE* (POOH-POOH): {#3 + #4 = #7 AS THE
*HETEROS* *PLOTS* *OF* *MALEFICENT* *INTENT*})
#8) The one that was too close for comfort:

SENSE (TA-TA): {7 + 8 = #15 as The sick squad of Collegium Vinariorum:
College of *WINE* Dealers GUILT OVER THE *BLOOD* *OF* *CHRIST*} /
*EMBLEM* *OF* *THE* *BRITISH* *FLAG*, *POLICE* *AND* *EMERGENCY*
*SERVICES* *SYMBOL*: #Cheth (8 - #8), #Shin (21 - #300) #308 - HAS
#SEVEN ENCAPSULATED MORPHOLOGICAL RELATIONSHIPS TO #320 AND SEE BELOW
FOR *MURAL* *RELATIONSHIP* *TO* *IT'S* *DEMONIC* *SHAPE* / *FORM*} =

- <http://www.grapple369.com?telos:308> <— *NOTE* *THE* *ECLIPSE* *EVENTS*

#36 (ie. H27 - Realm of its Nature as Heaven - Formula of Universal Law
+ H9 - System's Cosmology as Earth - Formula of Humanity)

It is bigotry because such Marriage/Sovereign dynamic is fascist
wickedness as Babylonian Whoredom [ie. OPINION {#5 + #6 = #11 as
Collegium of Pontiffs from 510 BCE}] that is established upon the
Pythagorean binomial HETEROS THEORY OF NUMBER as only a METHODOLOGY
equated to #666 (#36 / #111) derived as a CANON OF TRANSPOSITION from
the DAOist TETRAGRAMMATON perspective which is a ternary HOMOIOS THEORY
OF NUMBER that properly constitutes a PARADIGM and a truthful equation
with the HEAVEN {Divine GODHEAD which is the Mind of Christ as
*HYPOSTATIS*} + EARTH {COURSE-trochos OF NATURE-genesis [James 3:6]} +
MAN {HOMO[ios] SAPIEN[t]}."

BARRY ALLEN [IT'S OK TO VOTE NO TO SSM] @ 2328 HOURS ON 15 SEPTEMBER
2017: "WE DEMAND TO BE TAKEN SERIOUSLY."

- <https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BzRmc7Bm7indbTY4QkNqc1d6cWM>

[IMAGE: GAY LEATHER PRIDE PARADE, LONDON on Saturday 8th July, we invite
you to join us for the 7th Annual Pup Walk through the streets of London
in full fetish gear]

#1 - An Absolutely Fabulous Pride! Drag queens and 'human pups' join
Patsy and Eddy at the city's annual LGBT festival

#2 - Thousands packed the city armed with rainbow flags and balloons as
the parade surged through central London

#3 - Grand-finale of the month-long Pride festival featured drag queens,
Ab Fab tributes, and many fascinating outfits

#4 - Comes two weeks after 49 people were massacred in an Orlando gay
nightclub by an extremist who supported ISIS

#5 - A small army of officers and officials were in London to police the
event and wasted no time in getting into the spirit of the march,
walking alongside the LGBT community taking part

YOUTUBE: "Pet Shop Boys - Absolutely Fabulous (1994)"

-


Everyone walking in London Pride is required to wear a "Pride in London"
wristband. We have been permission to wear them on collars and
harnesses. Groups each have a limited number of these wristbands. This
is due to London Pride itself having a cap on the total amount of
walkers in the parade, for safety and security reasons. To keep it fair
they have allocated wristbands to the groups based upon based number of
participants at previous events]

-
<http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3659653/Drag-queens-Ab-Fab-tributes-march-alongside-police-city-s-annual-LGBT-festival-amid-fears-copycat-Orlando-style-homophobic-attack.html>

DOLF @ 0417 HOURS ON 16 SEPTEMBER 2017: "A minion's guide to the GRAPPLE
fine ART (#369) of buggery in knowing the ostentatious mustering
dynamics of your free range HOMO [iOS] SAPIEN [T] pets:

Nous: #33
Time: 04:15 hrs
Date: 2017.5.24
Torah: #10 #7 #30 %81 = #47
Dao: Achievable Goals, Virtue of Discrimination
Tetra: #35 - Gathering
I-Ching: H9 - Lesser Domestication, Minor Restraint, Small Accumulating,
The taming power of the small, Small harvest

Latin: Benedictus {God glorified in all things} Alt: Vambel {Repeated
Entrance of God} {

1. AIDS RECONCILIATION & CONJUGAL FAITHFULNESS
2. FRIENDSHIP & AFFABILITY
3. MEMORY, SHREWDNESS & DESIGN
4. Theosulk
}
Shelah {Sprout/That breaks; that unties; that undresses}

-
<http://www.grapple369.com?time:04.17&idea{115}&idea{435}&idea{202}&idea{307}>

***@zen: 4, row: 2, col: 7, nous: 33 [Super: #435 / #40 -
Reversal, Avoiding Activity; I-Ching: H36 - Suppression of the Light,
Sinking/Darkening Light, Brilliance injured, Intelligence hidden; Tetra:
68 - Dimming, Ego: #307 / #33 - Achievable Goals, Virtue of
Discrimination; I-Ching: H9 - Lesser Domestication, Minor Restraint,
Small Accumulating, The taming power of the small, Small harvest; Tetra:
35 - Gathering]

— MANTELPIECE DREAMS —

"GOD SAVE THE QUEEN,
LOOKING UPON IN DREAD.
I WONDER WHAT IT MIGHT MEAN,
COULD I LOSE MY SOUL INSTEAD?
ADOLF HITLER IS IN HELL.
JOIN HIM IF YOU MUST.
SADDAM HUSSEIN IS AS WELL.
AND ALL YOU WITH NO TRUST {#435 = #6, #400, #2, #9, #8, #10 as batach
(H982): {#0 as #19} 1) to trust; 2) (TWOT) to feel safe, be careless;
1a) (Qal); 1a1) to trust, trust in; 1a2) to have confidence, be
confident; 1a3) to be bold; 1a4) to be secure; 1b) (Hiphil); 1b1) to
cause to trust, make secure}."

REPLY TO BARRY ALLEN (non descriptive profile) whose public conduct is
psychotic and hence further comments will be deleted.

<https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100021786427511>

JOHN SNOW 0307 HOURS ON 16 SEPTEMBER 2017: "Gods house gods rules.
Disrespect him n he might just tell u to get the F out of his house.
Only seems fair."

DOLF @ 0409 HOURS ON 16 SEPTEMBER 2017: "You can't even string a
coherent {#222 = #2, #70, #40, #100, #10 as `ameq (H6012): {#9 as #210}
1) deep, unfathomable; 1a) unintelligible (of speech)} sentence together
and so you are in all probabilities a premature ejaculator as well so
there is no hint of love bestowed upon your children.

-
<http://www.graple369.com?zen:4,row:5,col:5,nous:41&idea:{86}&idea:{222}&idea:{164}&idea:{352}>

***@zen: 4, row: 5, col: 5, nous: 41 [Date: 2017.9.16, Super: #222
/ #2 - Contrast of Terms, Self-Culture; I-Ching: H11 - Peace, Pervading,
Greatness; Tetra: 16 - Contact, Ego: #352 / #41 - Playing with Reversal,
Sameness in Difference; I-Ching: H26 - Great Domestication, Restraining
Force, Great Accumulating, The taming power of the great, Great storage,
Potential energy; Tetra: 60 - Accumulation]

I spoke from that place where the two tablets of the covenant are kept
to a stubborn, haughty and an unrepentant people who are now for
eternity excluded from the Kingdom (House) of God.

YOUTUBE: "Holy Holy Holy Lord God Almighty .. [Agnus Dei]"

-


It is evident that you have boasted without any consideration of the
merit inherent within my well researched response.

And so you too are cutoff: "Boast not against the branches. But if thou
boast, thou bearest not the root, but the root thee.

Thou wilt say then, The branches were broken off, that I might be
graffed in.

Well; because of unbelief they were broken off, and thou standest by
faith. Be not highminded, but fear:

For if God spared not the natural branches, take heed lest he also spare
not thee.

Behold therefore the goodness and severity of God: on them which fell,
severity; but toward thee, goodness, if thou continue in his goodness:
otherwise thou also shalt be cut off." [Romans 11:18-22 (KJV)]

I have that power and God ordained authority to do exactly that.

Thank you for playing but this is no game...

REPLY TO JOHN SNOW (head in a paper bag) whose public conduct is
psychotic and hence further comments will be deleted.

<https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100008340541572>

TED BOWIE 0209 HOURS ON 16 SEPTEMBER 2017: "you do realise that 99.9% of
all people will not read even 1/20 of that waterfall of text ?"

DOLF @ 0743 HOURS ON 16 SEPTEMBER 2017: "Ted Bowie be aware that only
some are ordained to rule...

"Grace may be shown to your children whom you will raise differently
*but* *no* *eternity* *will* *be* *given* *to* *any* *of* *you*." [dolf
memorial quotes from 1-4 December 2016]

— #123 - ORDAINED FOR JUDGMENT —

<http://www.grapple369.com?telos:123>

"WELL WE RUSHED IT,
MOVING WAY TOO FAST.
THAT WE CRUSHED IT,
BUT IT'S IN THE PAST.
WE CAN MAKE THIS LEAP,
THROUGH THE CURTAINS OF THE WATERFALL."

YOUTUBE: "Geronimo - Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles"

-


GERONIMO (JEROME):
- From the Greek name ‘Ιερωνυμος (Hieronymos) meaning 'sacred name',
derived from ‘ιερος (hieros) 'sacred' and ονομα (onoma) 'name'"

DAVE HARRIS @ 0400 HOURS ON 16 SEPTEMBER 2017: "me included [will not read]"

DOLF @ 0401 HOURS ON 16 SEPTEMBER 2017: "Why waste my time with your
opinions which are of no consequence as even excreta has more value as
fertiliser and of diarrhoea ignorance—neither ennoble, dignify nor deify.

Firstly I incorporated the Olympics as Universal Humanity into my
paradigm and bestowed it upon the French.

Yesterday I wrote an article in support of Same Sex Marriage and
incorporated what little I know of aboriginal culture.

Both are worth $billions of dollars."

FMURTZ @ 2109 HOURS ON 15 SEPTEMBER 2017: "It is a pity that Russia and
USA don't park in the water near North Korea and shoot at the missiles
as they come over, they could say they were having joint munition
testing exercises, could not be worse than firing the things over nearby
countries hoping nothing goes wrong.

Would serve them right if one did fail at the wrong time, they might
find, no more Kim Jong il, or whatever his name was."

DOLF @ 2350 HOURS ON 15 SEPTEMBER 2017: "His name is Mr. Kim Jong Un, he
is a dignified person and there won't be any peace if you continue to
dehumanise him.

Why is it that the British can have an expo over the latest military
technology but you cannot say that the North Koreans have achieved a
technical excellence.

And on every occasion the South Koreans and Americans especially have
sought to muscle up and retaliate with the biggest bang 💥 hardware of
their own.

What are we having: an arms race?

Or a negotiated peaceful solution?

But if one-side is doing the tango and the other the waltz—what sort of
fluidity is there between the parties.

You have resorted to non-retractable ego and haven't postured in an
appropriate manner.

Did I impose any sanctions with my Tiddlywinks proposal?

GOOGLE-DRIVE:

- <https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BzRmc7Bm7indN1B0d241bzRfb28>

WEB-LINK:

- <http://www.grapple369.com/docs/Tiddlywinks.pdf>

And quite frankly my INTERNMENT proposition has as much apocalyptic
merit as the North Korean missile crisis and yet not a word is spoken.

- <http://www.grapple369.com/docs/Marked.pdf>

In practical terms it exercises more judicious and prudent use of
sanctions than the factional maggot infested (eg. the Israel 🇮🇱
heritage prejudice) United Nations has bestowed.

Neither side are animals but it most definitely requires tranquillising
into a coma state to pull some teeth (or to castrate) before each
becomes less aggressive.

But unfortunately we need consensus by reason as mutuality before
opportunity can then be directed into prosperity.

By the way, I am only one man here ...

... and more important people than any of you dogs of hell will have
read those documents."

REPLY TO TED BOWIE (non descriptive profile) whose public conduct is
psychotic and hence further comments will be deleted.

<https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100014399745765>

DAILY TELEGRAPH @ 2354 HOURS ON 16 SEPTEMBER 2017: "NORTH KOREA LEADER
KIM JONG-UN OUTLINES PLAN TO REACH ‘EQUILIBRIUM' WITH THE US MILITARY:

NORTH Korean leader Kim Jong-un said his country is nearing its goal of
'equilibrium' in military force with the United States, as the United
Nations Security Council strongly condemned the North's 'highly
provocative' ballistic missile launch over Japan on Friday.

The North's official Korean Central News Agency carried Kim's comments
on Saturday — a day after US and South Korean militaries detected the
missile launch from the North Korean capital of Pyongyang.

It travelled 3700 kilometres as it passed over the Japanese island of
Hokkaido before landing in the northern Pacific Ocean. It was the
country's longest-ever test flight of a ballistic missile.

The North has confirmed the missile as an intermediate range Hwasong-12,
the same model launched over Japan on 29 August."

-
<http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/north-korea-leader-kim-jongun-outlines-plan-to-reach-equilibrium-with-the-us-military/news-story/fb4b2a59cc2a80fe954a152c05786674>

DAVE HARRIS @ 0403 HOURS ON 16 SEPTEMBER 2017: "and istill CBF readibg it"

DOLF @ 0418 HOURS ON 16 SEPTEMBER 2017: "Dave Harris the words are too
big for you and the sentences so nutritious but long, such that, by the
full-stop your lack of any coherence {#222 = #2, #70, #40, #100, #10 as
`ameq (H6012): {#9 as #210} 1) deep, unfathomable; 1a) unintelligible
(of speech)} has already lost the beginning.

-
<http://www.graple369.com?zen:4,row:5,col:5,nous:41&idea:{86}&idea:{222}&idea:{164}&idea:{352}>

***@zen: 4, row: 5, col: 5, nous: 41 [Date: 2017.9.16, Super: #222
/ #2 - Contrast of Terms, Self-Culture; I-Ching: H11 - Peace, Pervading,
Greatness; Tetra: 16 - Contact, Ego: #352 / #41 - Playing with Reversal,
Sameness in Difference; I-Ching: H26 - Great Domestication, Restraining
Force, Great Accumulating, The taming power of the great, Great storage,
Potential energy; Tetra: 60 - Accumulation]

Such is the life of the stupid and the inept.

So what can one do then with life and its meaning, but hurry up and die?

DAVE HARRIS (Anonymous Agent Provocateur) has provided no apology for
their being an imbecile (eg: as exampled by their infantile sentence
construction) and therefore you can expect legal action at the time of
my choosing.

<https://www.facebook.com/dave.harris.9231>

DOLF @ 0711 HOURS ON 16 SEPTEMBER 2017: "

Nous: #32
Time: 09:10 hrs
Date: 2017.8.9
Torah: #80 #5 #30 %81 = #34
Dao: Natural Guide, Virtue of Holiness
Tetra: #43 - Encounters
I-Ching: H44 - Encounter, Coming On, Coupling, Coming to meet, Meeting

Latin: Bonus {Redemptor God} Alt: Chabaoyah {Hide Within God} {

1. AIDS IN CONVERSIONS OF HEATHENS TO CHRISTIANITY
2. THEOLOGY & RELIGION
3. CHASTITY & MORALS
4. Sothis - The Opener of the Year with the rising of Sirius {the
Dog-Star} as the Star of Isis-Sothis on whose rising the Great Bear
cycle was founded
}

Abraham {Father of a multitude, chief of multitude}

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<http://www.grapple369.com?zen:3,row:4,col:6,nous:32&idea:{90}&idea:{348}&idea:{54}&idea:{351}>

***@zen: 3, row: 4, col: 6, nous: 32 [Super: #348 / #54 -
Culturing Perspectives and Intuition; I-Ching: H55 - Abundance,
Abounding, Fullness; Tetra: 45 - Greatness, Ego: #351 / #32 - Natural
Guide, Virtue of Holiness; I-Ching: H44 - Encounter, Coming On,
Coupling, Coming to meet, Meeting; Tetra: 43 - Encounters]

— BIG BANG 💥 THEORY —

"ANSWER THE PHONE WILL YA.
MY DAUGHTER IS IN THE STREET.
ANSWER THE PHONE WILL YA.
FLESH BURNING LIKE BLAZING WHEAT.

I WANT TO HEAR HER SIGH.
ANSWER THE PHONE WILL YA.
I JUST DON'T WANT HER TO DIE {#348 as #80, #1, #100, #8, #30, #9, #70,
#50 as parerchomai (G3928): {#14 as #1007} 1) to go past, pass by; 2) to
come near, come forward, arrive; 1a) of persons moving forward; 1a1) to
pass by; 1b) of time; 1b1) an act continuing for a time; 1c) metaphor;
1c1) to pass away, perish; 1c2) to pass by (pass over), that is, to
neglect, omit, (transgress); 1c3) to be led by, to be carried past, be
averted}.
FOR GOD SAKE, WILL YA.

JUST ANSWER THE PHONE.
THERE'S NOT A PLANE IN SIGHT.
DON'T LEAVE HER ALONE.
WHAT CRIME THIS BLIGHT?

BLOWN GLASS IN ANY SHADE.
AND EVERY WINDOW SILL.
DRAWN BY EMPATHY OF JADE.
FOR THE THINGS WE HOLD STILL."

My thoughts as a poem on the Russell Street, Melbourne bombing of 1300
hours 27 March, 1986."

DAVE HARRIS @ 0807 HOURS ON 16 SEPTEMBER 2017: "it was 3 am here i just
couldnt be bothered with that much reading, OH I MAY BE MANY THINGS BUT
YOU CAN FUCK BECAUSE I AM NOT STUPID YOU RELIGOUS NUTTER"

DOLF @ 0831 HOURS ON 16 SEPTEMBER 2017: "***@CK WHAT?

***@CK YOU?

NO I HAVE STANDARDS AND A REPUTATION TO PRESERVE AND YOU DON'T.

SO ***@CK OFF NOW AND DON'T COME BACK.

YOUTUBE: "You Think You're A Man (Divine)"



THIS IS A RELIGIOUS DISCUSSION TOPIC AND THAT REQUIRES MORALITY TO BE
CAPABLE AS THE ENGAGING WITHIN ANY RESPECTFUL DIALOG UPON THIS SATURDAY
AS SABBATH DAY (REMEMBER TO KEEP IT HOLY) OF WHICH YOUR AMORALITY IS NOT
SUITABLE BECAUSE YOU ARE A DEPRAVED AND PERVERSE HUMANITY AND THAT IS
BEING GENEROUSLY KIND.

AND I ACTUALLY DO BOTH METEMPIRICAL (ie. the branch of philosophy that
deals with things existing beyond the realm of experience) philosophy as
the perennialist school of thought

and the METAPHYSICAL (ie. of things transcending what is physical or
natural and the temporal reality) as Torah Kabbalist THEOLOGY.

SO GO MARRY YOUR DOG OF A WHORE YOU IGNORANT SON OF A BITCH.

— RACHEL {WETHERED SHEEP} MAKES A PLEA —

"NOW WAIT A TICK. {#1}
YOU'RE DRIBBLING. {#2}
WHY THE SHTICK. {#3}
ENDLESS QUIBBLING. {#4}

O'ER THE PUERILE. {#5}
IMPISH LIMP STICK. {#6}
PRISSY LOATH'G BILE. {#7}
CEASELESS BRICK. {#8}

INSANE PUSSY CALLS. {#9}
BY A SENILE PRICK. {#10}
WITHOUT ANY BALLS. {#11}
MY FANNY LICK." {#12}

YOUTUBE: "Disturbed - The Sound Of Silence [Official Music Video]"

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I ANSWER AT ANYTIME OF DAY AND IT IS MOST EVIDENT THAT YOU ARE THE ONE
WHOM LACKS ANY FORESIGHT AND AS AN IMBECILIC THAT OUGHT NOT BREED ANY
MORE JINGOIST FASCISTS.

NOW YOU HAVE GONE AND HIDDEN (WILL SOMEONE PLEASE POST HIS FACEBOOK URL
SO WE CAN MAKE PUBLICLY KNOWN HIS BIGOTRY) AS THE LITTLE SISSY WHICH YOU
ARE.

That I have within my possession, of which I have made you repeatedly
aware, a mathematical theoretical noumenon as an Intellectual Property
which is tangibly made on behalf of the GLBTI COMMUNITY and obtained by
some 20 years of informal research within the field of metempirical (ie.
the branch of philosophy that deals with things existing beyond the
realm of experience) philosophy as the perennialist school of thought
and the metaphysical (ie. of things transcending what is physical or
natural and the temporal reality) as Torah Kabbalist theology to define
the meta-descriptor prototypes of Nature as cosmological elementals
comprising the MATERIA PRIMA and the attribution of AUTONOMY OF WILL as
being implied and intrinsic to the SOVEREIGN PRINCIPLES expressed by
Queen Victoria within her gracious gift as the instrumentation known as
the LETTERS PATENT to FEDERATION of the AUSTRALIAN COMMONWEALTH of 1901
as being defined by a mathematical theoretical noumenon as an
intellectual property which is then the substantial basis for a
declaration of the GLBTI COMMUNITY'S HUMAN RIGHT which is unambiguously
and clearly sustained by a dual universal statement as an undiminished
tangibility of faith being a robust belief (rather than non-belief or
disbelief), in being firstly encapsulated by the knowledge of a HOMOIOS
rather than HETEROS THEORY OF NUMBER consideration, and then secondarily
as re-enforced by a universal statement which is a singularity compliant
with a DIVINE FIAT and potentiality as the cosmological / language
consideration of the chronological circumscribing given to the 10
commandments as then defining human consciousness by a cosmological
anthropic principle.

"ON THE 25TH OCTOBER, ARRIVED HERE THE SHIP EENDRACHT OF AMSTERDAM; THE
UPPER MERCHANT, GILLES MIBAIS OF LUYCK; CAPTAIN DIRK HARTOG OF
AMSTERDAM; THE 27TH DITTO SET SAIL FOR BANTAM; UNDERMERCHANT JAN STEIN,
UPPER STEERSMAN, PIETER DOEKES FROM BIL, AO, 1616."
[<https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hartog_Plate>]

Anno Ordinis (A.O.) This is the Latin for "In the year of the Order",
The term is used in Knight Templary and is found by subtracting 1118
from the everyday calendar.

PAPAL BULLS:
Omne Datum Optimum {#1 - Every perfect gift} (1139)
Milites Templi {#2 - Soldiers of the Temple} (1144)
Militia Dei {#3 - Soldiers of God} (1145)
Pastoralis Praeeminentiae {#4 - Pastoral Pre-eminence to monarchs} (1307)
Faciens misericordiam {#5 - Granting forgiveness} (1308)
Ad providam {#6 - To Foresee / For Providence} (1312)
Vox in excelso {#7 - The voice on high} (1312)

LOCATIONS: France, England, Scotland, Portugal

<https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BzRmc7Bm7indQWtwcXNHUlp6blE>

[IMAGE: TEMPLAR CROSS AS SEAL OF GRAND MASTERS OF FREEMASONRY AS A-U-M
BELIEF / SOLOMON'S TEMPLE OBSERVED A 364 DAY / YEAR AS JUBILEE
CHRONOLOGY WHICH IS NOT YOUR PROVIDENCE]

Captain James Cook wrote in a journal on 22 August 1770 of his discovery
as the east coast of Australia: "[Since I] may land no more upon this
eastern coast of New Holland, and on the western side I can make no new
discovery the honour of which belongs to the Dutch navigators and as
such they may lay claim to it as their property."

Earlier I raised the notion that for Hegel (27/8/1770 to 14/11/1831 CE)
world history is represented by the manner in which the Spirit develops
gradually into its purest form, ultimately recognizing its own essential
freedom. To Hegel, 'world history is thus the unfolding of Spirit in
time, as nature is the unfolding of the Idea in space.' The dialectical
process thus virtually defines the meaning of history for Hegel: "the
idea of freedom as the absolute and final aim; secondly, the means for
realizing it, ie. the subjective side of knowledge and will, with its
life, movement, and activity. We then recognized the State as the moral
Whole and the Reality of Freedom, and consequently as the objective of
these two elements. For although we make this distinction into two
aspects for our consideration, it must be remarked that they are
intimately connected; and that their connection is involved in the idea
of each when examined separately. We have, on the one hand, recognized
the Idea in the definite form of Freedom conscious of and willing
itself—having itself alone as its object: involving at the same time,
the pure and simple Idea of Reason, and likewise, that which we have
called subject—self-consciousness—Spirit actually existing in the World.

If, on the other hand, we consider Subjectivity, we find that subjective
knowledge and will is Thought. But by the very act of thoughtful
cognition and volition, I will the universal object—the substance of
absolute Reason. We observe, therefore, an essential union between the
objective side—the Idea—and the subjective side—the personality that
conceives and wills it—The objective existence of this union is the
State, which is therefore the basis and centre of the other concrete
elements of the life of the people—Art, of Law, of Morals, of Religion,
of Science. All the activity of Spirit has only this object—the becoming
conscious of this union, ie. of its own Freedom. Among the forms of this
conscious union 'Religion' occupies the highest position. In it,
Spirit—rising above the limits of temporal and secular existence—becomes
conscious of the Absolute Spirit, and in this consciousness of the
self-existent Being, renounces individual interest; it lays this aside
in Devotion—a state of mind in which it refuses to occupy itself any
longer with the limited and particular." [Georg Hegel (1770-1841 CE),
'Introduction – The Philosophy of History', ISBN 0-87975-631-4, p 48-49])

There exists upon this point, a religious/political contention as
dichotomy over a Divine mandate for good governance as I have conveyed
of the usurping Sovereign/Marriage dynamic associated with the
Pythagorean HETEROS THEORY OF NUMBER, which is in part due to the
historical reality. That the Vatican City as an entity of
Religious/Political State was only re-established in 1929 CE by Benito
Mussolini under the Lateran Pact. At the time of the enactment of our
Australian Constitution of 1901, it ought to be remembered that the
Roman Catholic Church was then the enemy of democracies. The
religious/political state is an anathema to and a denier of human,
religious and Constitutional Rights established upon a HOMOIOS THEORY OF
NUMBER, which bestow autonomous sovereignty and individual
accountability in recognition of an AUTONOMY OF WILL:

"[A folly] which we meet with in our time, is that of pretending to
invent and carry out political Constitutions independently of religion.
The Catholic confession, although sharing the Christian name with the
Protestant, does not concede to the State an inherent Justice and
Morality—a concession which in the Protestant principle is fundamental.
([v])

An example of the Australian Government pretending, as Hegel suggests
"to invent and carry out political Constitutions independently of
religion" is represented in the dichotomy that the Church of England Act
No. 45/1854 was an Act to enable the Bishops, Clergy and Laity of the
United Church of England and Ireland in Victoria to provide for the
regulation of the affairs of the said Church.

This tearing away of the political morality of the Constitution from its
natural connection, is necessary to the genius of that religion,
inasmuch as it does not recognize Justice and Morality as independent
and substantial—But thus excluded from intrinsic worth, torn away from
their last refuge, the sanctuary of conscience, the calm retreat where
religion has its abode, the principles and institutions of political
legislation ARE DESTITUTE OF A REAL *CENTRE*, TO THE SAME *DEGREE* AS
THEY ARE *COMPELLED* *TO* *REMAIN* *ABSTRACT* *AND* INDEFINITE." [Georg
Hegel (1770-1841 CE), 'Introduction – The Philosophy of History', p 52]

Accordingly, I have derived an alternative and the only legitimate
cosmological compliant statement of a concise *JEWISH* *CHRONOLOGICAL* /
*MATHEMATICAL* *VIEW* *OF* *NATURAL* / *COMMON* *AND* *UNIVERSAL* *LAW*
*AS* *SYLLOGISTIC* MICROCOSM as being constituted by the three higher
numbers of the Decade and which stand for the invisible and metempirical
philosophical and metaphysical theology as the Torah's which is an
Intellectual Property to an AUTONOMY OF WILL conveying the claim of
Natural and Common Law as the Universal basis to an egalitarian right
derived from a legitimate cosmogonic perspective establishing the
existence of a sovereign autonomous right to govern which is expressed
lawfully by a logical syllogism by the first three ordinance statements
of the 10 Commandments.

In English, Natural Law is a term is frequently employed as equivalent
to the laws of nature, meaning the order which governs the activities of
the material universe:

#1 - *MONAD* (MATTER as World of Emanation - ATZILUTH) as 3 MOTHER
LETTERS expressing the following meta-principles:

- PURPLE FORBIDDEN ENCLOSURE (紫微垣) / MONAD - #1 - NATURE CONTAINS
NATURE: {ALEPH (*MOTHER* - SCALES OF MERIT) / SERAPHIM (Heb. Saraph Gk.
Ophis - burning, that is, (figuratively) poisonous (serpent);
specifically a fiery (serpent) or symbolical creature (from their copper
color))} {ARCH KAI TELOS OIDA {1 + 2 + 3 + 4 = 10}

Northern Pole (北極 - Běijí) Four Advisors (四輔 - Sìfǔ) Right Wall (紫微左垣
- Zǐwēiyòuyuán) Chief Judge (大理 - Dàlǐ) Six Jia (六甲 - Liùjiá) Canopy
Support (杠 - Gāng) Guest House (傳舍 - Chuánshě) Eight Kinds of Crops (八穀
- Bāgǔ)

Celestial Boat (天船 - Tiānchuán) and the Stomach (胃宿 as Wèi Xiù -
Stomach, fingers and granary/Aries) is one of the twenty-eight mansions
of the Chinese constellations and was associated with White Tiger of the
West (西方白虎).

22/7 as 3W1D ...

THE MAJOR PREMISE {YANG/FATHER/HEAVEN/MALE/FORM - Formula of Universal
Law}, which contains the law of that will: 7 x 24 *courses* *of*
*priests* x 13 = 2184 days of the 'oth cycle = 6D or 6 x 364 associated
to the 'constant sequence of sun and moon' as 354 x 3 + 30 day
intercalation = 1092 days x 2 = 2184 days:

"And God spake all these words, saying, 'I am the LORD thy God, which
have brought thee out of the land of Egypt {that troubles or oppresses;
anguish}, out of the house of bondage. Thou shalt have no other gods
before me..." [Exodus 20:1-3 (KJV)]

And whereas We did on the 17th day of September, 1900, by and with the
advice of Our Privy Council declare by proclamation that, on and after
the 1st day of January, 1901, the people of New South Wales, Victoria,
South Australia, Queensland, and Tasmania and also Western Australia,
should be united in a Federal Commonwealth of Australia: And whereas by
the said recited Act certain *POWERS*, *FUNCTIONS*, *and* *AUTHORITIES*
*were* *declared* to be vested in the Governor General: And whereas We
are *desirous* *of* *making* *effectual* *and* *permanent* *provision*
for the office of Governor General and Commander in chief in and over
Our said Commonwealth of Australia, without making new Letters Patent on
each demise of the said office. *Now* *know* *ye* *that* *We* *have*
*thought* *fit* *to* *constitute*, *ORDER*, *and* *DECLARE*, *and* *do*
*by* *these* *PRESENTS* *CONSTITUTE* *ORDER*, *and* *DECLARE*, that
there shall be a Governor General and *Commander* *in* *Chief*
(hereinafter called the Governor General) in and over Our Commonwealth
of Australia (hereinafter called Our said Commonwealth), and that the
person who shall fill the said office of *Governor* *General* *shall*
*be* *FROM* *TIME* *TO* *TIME* *APPOINTED* by Commission under Our Sign
Manual and Signet.

It was said that the white tiger (western mansions) would only appear
when the emperor ruled with absolute virtue, or if there was peace
throughout the world)

- SUPREME PALACE ENCLOSURE (太微垣) / DUAD - #13 - *NATURE* *CONTAINS*
*NATURE*: {MEM / *MOTHER* - *THE* *TONGUE* *OF* *DECREE* *DECIDING*
*BETWEEN* *THEM*: 10 paragraphs of the Letters Patent of the Australian
Constitution 1 January 1901}

THE MINOR PREMISE {YIN/MOTHER/EARTH/FEMALE/MATTER - Formula of
Humanity}, which contains the command to behave in accordance with the
law, that is, the principle of subsumption under the law: x 49 = 6J or
294 x 364 days or 365.2425 x 293 years - Vernal Equinox Wednesday 20
March 1996 / 21 March = 1 Nisan 5756;

AS BEING A LOGICAL GROUNDING OF INFINITY;

"... Thou shalt not bow down thyself to them, nor serve them: for I the
LORD thy God am a jealous God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon
the children unto the third and fourth generation of them that hate me;
And showing mercy unto thousands of them that love me, and keep my
commandments..." [Exodus 20:5-6 (KJV)]

I - And *we* *do* *hereby* *authorize* *and* *command* *Our* *said*
*Governor* *General* *to* *do* *and* *execute*, *in* *due* *manner*,
*all* *things* *that* *shall* *belong* *to* *his* *said* *command*,
*and* *to* *the* *trust* *We* *have* *reposed* *in* *him*, *according*
*to* *the* *several* *POWER* and *AUTHORITIES* *granted* *or*
*APPOINTED* *him* *by* *VIRTUE* of 'The Commonwealth of Australia
Constitution Act, 1900', *and* *of* *these* *present* *Letters* *Patent*
and of such Commission as may be issued to him under Our Sign Manual and
Signet, or by Order in Our Privy Council, or by Us through one of Our
Principal Secretaries of State, and to such laws as shall hereafter be
in *FORCE* in Our said Commonwealth.

- HEAVENLY MARKET ENCLOSURE (天市垣) / TRIAD - #21 - *AUTONOMOUS* *NATURE*:
{SHIN / *MOTHER* - *SCALES* *OF* *LIABILITY*: bequeathed in perpetuity
to its sovereign descendants)

THE CONCLUSION {ZHUN/SON/SEA/ENUMERATE/OFFSPRING - Formula of Autonomy},
which contains the verdict (sentence), what is laid down as right in the
case at hand: ... 6,000 as 122J3W1D + 9(9²+1)/2 as #369 with Septet #41
centric on 13-17 September 2001 / 18 September = 1 Tishri 5762.

AS BEING A SUBJECTIVE GROUNDING OF INFINITY AS ETERNITY.

"...Thou shalt not take the name of the LORD thy God in vain; for the
LORD will not hold him guiltless that taketh his name in vain.'" [Exodus
20:7 (KJV)]

IX - And We do hereby *reserve* *to* *Ourselves* *Our* *heirs* *and*
*SUCCESSORS*, *FULL* *POWER* *AND* *AUTHORITY* *FROM* *TIME* *TO* *TIME*
*TO* *REVOKE*, *ALTER*, *OR* *AMEND* *these* *Our* *Letters* *Patent*,
*as* *to* Us or *THEM* *SHALL* *SEEM* *MEET*.

CHANGE TO:

IX - And we do hereby reserve to the Lieutenant Governor as Speaker of
the Council, together in a Council comprising 8 Senate Ministers, 8
House of Representative Ministers and 8 Judicial members, from each
State appointed by the Governor General, who are given full power and
authority from time to time to revoke, alter, or amend these our Letters
Patent, as to us or them shall seem meet.

VOX IN EXCELSO was the name of a Papal Bull issued by Pope Clement V in
1312. The directives given within the Bull were to formally dissolve the
Order of the Knights Templar, effectively removing Papal support for
them and revoking the mandates given to them by previous popes in the
12th and 13th centuries.

The papal bull Omne Datum Optimum issued by Pope Innocent II in 1139
that initially endorsed the Order of the Poor Knights of Christ and of
the Temple of Solomon (Knights Templar), in which the Templar Rule was
officially approved, and papal protection given. Additionally, Omne
Datum Optimum promised all spoils from Muslim conquest to the Order, and
made the Order exempt from tithes and taxes:

"As for the things that you will receive from the spoils, you can
confidently put them to your own use, and we prohibit that you be
coerced against your will to give anyone a portion of these."

Although Omne Datum Optimum was an unusual bull in and of itself, it was
followed by Pope Celestine II's Milites Templi in 1144 and Pope Eugene
III's Militia Dei in 1145, which together gave the Templars an
extraordinary range of rights and privileges. Among other things, the
Order was permitted to build its own churches, bury their dead on those
church grounds and collect taxes on Templar properties once a year. The
unique cemeteries constructed by the Templars proved to be extremely
controversial. [<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Omne_Datum_Optimum>]

— ANTHROPIC COSMOLOGICAL PRINCIPLE AS AUTONOMOUS HYPOTHETICAL FLUIDITY
THEORY {ANIMUS} —

#1 = Position {#558}
#2 = Poise {#244} / Pause {#476}
#3 = Purpose {#695}
#4 = Process {#428}
#5 = Pairing {#236} / DISCRIMINATING NORM (HUMAN NATURE)
#6 = Perspicacity {#1260} / BINDING NORM (NORMA OBLIGANS)
#7 = Probability {#1173} / Prosperous {945} / MANIFESTING NORM (NORMA
DENUNTIANS)
#8 = Propriety {#1294} / TRANSFORMATIVE PROTOTYPE
#9 = Persona {#376} / AUTONOMOUS PARADIGM

YOUTUBE: "Top 10 Tai Chi (with Buddhist inclusion) Moves for Beginners"

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#10 / #10 = Totality of Nature {#7 - Engendering Nature} / SOVEREIGNTY
#11 / #8 = Transforming Nature {DOUBLE: #4 - Nature Amended in it's
Nature {#7 - Engendering Nature}} / GOVERNMENT & NON-GOVERNMENT
ORGANISATIONS
#12 / #9 = Autonomous Nature / GENERAL POPULACE

— STRAWBERRIES —

"CALIGULA'S ARMY MARCHES, {#1}
ALL ACROSS THE LAND. {#2}
THE TRIUMPHANT ARCHES. {#3}
WITH BASKETS IN HAND. {#4}

LIKE A LITTLE SMURF, {#5}
THEY'RE HARD TO FIND. {#6}
FROM MOUNT TO SURF. {#7}
IT'S SUCH A GRIND. {#8}

KNOWLEDGE IS POWER. {#9}
TIME IS MONEY. {#10}
IT'S OFF TO TRUMP TOWER. {#11}
TRY NOT TO BE FUNNY. {#12}

SPIT THE DUMMY. {#13}
SO MUCH TO COUNT. {#14}
PEE A PENNY. {#15}
MORE TO MOUNT." {#16}

YOUTUBE: "Coldplay - Viva La Vida"

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The ANTHROPIC [COSMOLOGICAL] PRINCIPLE is a philosophical consideration
that observations of the Universe must be compatible with the conscious
and sapient life that observes it. Some proponents of the anthropic
principle reason that it explains why this universe has the age and the
fundamental physical constants necessary to accommodate conscious life.
As a result, they believe it is unremarkable that this universe has
fundamental constants that happen to fall within the narrow range
thought to be compatible with life.

The strong anthropic principle (SAP) as explained by John D. Barrow and
Frank Tipler states that this is all the case because the universe is in
some sense compelled to eventually have conscious and sapient life
emerge within it. Some critics of the SAP argue in favour of a weak
anthropic principle (WAP) similar to the one defined by Brandon Carter,
which states that the universe's ostensible fine tuning is the result of
selection bias (specifically survivor bias): ie. only in a universe
capable of eventually supporting life will there be living beings
capable of observing and reflecting upon fine tuning.

Most often such arguments draw upon some notion of the multiverse for
there to be a statistical population of universes to select from and
from which selection bias (our observance of only this universe,
compatible with our life) could occur.
[<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anthropic_principle>]

— TETRAD FOR ANY GENII THESIS {SPIRITUS} AND ITS IMPLEMENTATION —

#1 - Will, free will, choice
#2 - desire, inclination
#3 - disposition towards (something or someone)
#4 - favour, affection
#5 - last will, testament
#6 - goal, object, purpose, intention
#7 - signification, import [LATIN defintion: VOLUNTĀTIS]

#13 / #1 - Nature Contains Nature {MOTHER (INTELLECTUS AS GENITIVE
VOLUNTĀTIS) - The tongue of decree deciding between them} [#15 / #6]
#14 / #2 - Nature Rejoices in its Nature [#34 / #7]
#15 / #3 - Nature Surmounts Nature [#65 /#2]
#16 / #4 - Nature Amended in its Nature [#111 /#3]

#17 / #5 - Act of Nature {DOUBLE: #5 - Act of Nature {#8 - Transforming
Nature}} [#175 / #4]
#18 / #6 - Form of Nature [#260 / #8]
#19 / #7 - Engendering Nature [#369 / #9]

— IMPELEMENTATION {GRAVITAS} —

#20 / #8 - Transforming Nature {DOUBLE: #6 - Form of Nature {#9 -
Autonomous Nature} [#505 / #1]
#21 / #9 - Autonomous Nature {MOTHER: Scales of Liability / GRAVITAS}
[#671 / #5]
#22 / #10 - Totality of Nature {DOUBLE: #7 - Engendering Nature {#10 -
Totality of Nature}} [#870 / #6]

- <https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BzRmc7Bm7indX0hWSnhBaDBoZms>

[IMAGE: LETTERS PATENT TO THE FEDERATION OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF
AUSTRALIA OF 1901 Represented by a Theoretical Mathematical Trinomial
Noumenon as Intellectual Property]

- <https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BzRmc7Bm7indMTNMU2p1SUlDcXM>

[IMAGE: "My Hand Upon The Waters" by Aboriginal [I don't remember his
name] artist, Kings Cross, Sydney / Aboriginal Reconciliation requires
conscious agreeable action / A symptom of diminished association to the
circle of consciousness as water of life which leads to a loss of self
identity as formula of autonomy]

YOUTUBE: "Jean-Michel Jarre & Pet Shop Boys - Brick England (Original Mix)"

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I want to propose a formula of progression with respects to
transitioning #277 - RIGHT TO PLACE A TEST
<http://www.grapple369.com?telos:277> towards a computational function
and the ability to deploy other transformative prototypes for
corrective, policy or administrative functions.

In order to do so, I suggested taking the Hierarchy of Categories from
this #277 - RIGHT TO PLACE A TEST which especially have temporal
connections and cascading these within the #237 - USE OF FORCE
<http://www.grapple369.com?telos:237>

#1 = Position {#237 - USE OF FORCE}
#2 = Poise {#236 - PAIRING}
#3 = Purpose {#238 / #77 - Natural Guide, Heaven's Reason; I-Ching: H12
- Obstruction, Standstill (stagnation), Selfish persons; Tetra: 57 -
Guardedness}
#4 = Process {#239 / #40 - Reversal, Avoiding Activity; I-Ching: H36 -
Suppression of the Light, Sinking/Darkening Light, Brilliance injured,
Intelligence hidden; Tetra: 68 - Dimming}
#5 = Pairing {#236} / DISCRIMINATING NORM (HUMAN NATURE)"

TRISTAN CORNER @ 0941 HOURS ON 16 SEPTEMBER 2017: "Top quality gibberish
lol"

DOLF @ 0947 HOURS ON 16 SEPTEMBER 2017: "AND WHICH PARTICULAR STATEMENT
DID YOU HAVE A PROBLEM WITH AND POINT IT OUT IF YOU CAN ARGUE YOUR CASE?

This document: "SOVEREIGN CLAIMS MADE UPON DISCOVERY OF AUSTRALIA AND
IT'S HISTORICAL RELATIONSHIP TO HOMOSEXUALITY"

<https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BzRmc7Bm7indZ2xyWnJMTXYtMTQ/view?usp=sharing>

Passed the psychiatric peer review test assessment from the professionals:

DETAILS OF MY PSYCHIATRIC ASSESSMENT DATED 8 SEPTEMBER 2017 WERE LODGED
WITHIN SWORN EVIDENCE GIVEN TO THE SALES MAGISTRATES COURSE IN CASE
NUMBER: H12143475 ON #41 - 13 SEPTEMBER 2017:

"WE HAVE VISITED TODAY AS THE SALE POLICE HAVE REFERRED YOU TO OUR
SERVICE. THE REFERRAL INDICATES CONCERN RELATED TO YOUR MENTAL HEALTH...

IF WE DO NOT HEAR FROM YOU WITHIN THE NEXT WEEK WE WILL ASSUME THAT NO
FURTHER FOLLOW-UP IS REQUIRED AND THE REFERRAL WILL BE CLOSED."

UNLESS YOU FACTUALLY FULLY SUPPORT YOUR PUBLIC SLANDER I AM GOING TO
PURSUE YOU IN A COURT OF LAW FOR MAKING KNOWING FALSE AND DEFAMATORY
STATEMENTS AND THE GOING RATE IS $4 million damages compensation.

I HAVE LINKED YOUR FACEBOOK PROFILE IN ANTICIPATION THAT YOU ARE UNABLE
TO SUBSTANTIATE YOUR RACIALISM AS PSYCHO-SEXUALISM BEING INTENTIONAL
DEHUMANISATION AS A CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY CONSTITUTING A WAR CRIME FOR
WHICH A UNIVERSAL JURISDICTION APPLIES AND A LOCAL COURT MAY DETERMINE
THE LEGAL CLAIM AGAINST IN ABSENTIA

TRISTAN CORNER (Anonymous Agent Provocateur and Probably either a NAZI
Freemason or Fascist Roman Catholic) whose public conduct is psychotic
and hence further comments will be deleted.

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I DEMAND THAT YOU APOLOGISE FOR BEING AN IMBECILE."

TRISTAN CORNER @ 0953 HOURS ON 16 SEPTEMBER 2017: "I can't even have a
problem with any of it, none of it makes any sense"

DOLF @ 0959 HOURS ON 16 SEPTEMBER 2017: "OUGHT I PITY YOUR BABOON STUPIDITY?

I QUOTE: "In the third chapter of the "Analytic of Principles," on
phenomena and noumena, Kant in Critique of Pure Reason (1781 and second
edition 1787) emphasizes that because the categories must always be
applied to data provided by sensibility in order to provide cognition,
and because the data of sensibility are structured by the
transcenden­tally ideal forms of intuition, the categories give us
knowledge only of things as they appear with sensibility ("phenomena,"
literally "that which appears").

Although through pure understanding (nous in Greek) we may think of
objects independently of their being given in sensibil­ity, we can never
cognize them as such non-sensible entities ("noumena," literally "that
which is thought" as a subject of some 112 mentions). The meaning of
Kant's use of the term "phenomena" is self-evident, but the meaning of
"noumena" is not, since it literally means not "things as they are in­
dependently of appearing to us" but something more like "things as they
are understood by pure thought." Yet Kant appears to deny that the human
understanding can comprehend things in the latter way."

GOOGLE-DRIVE:

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WEB-LINK:

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*THUS* *I* *AM* *PROFFERING* *AN* *INFORMED* *AND* *REASONED* *OPINION*
*AS* *THAT* *WHICH* *IMMANUEL* *KANT* *STATES* *IS* *AN* *IMPOSSIBILITY*
*FOR* *A* *HUMAN* *BEING* *TO* *ACCOMPLISH* *BY* *TRANSCENDENT*
*SAPIENTIAL* *THOUGHT* *AND* *CAPABLY* *DEMONSTRATE* *IT'S* *TEMPORAL*
*CONGRUENCE* *AS* *COHERENCE* *BY* *A* *MATHEMATICAL* *THEORETICAL*
*NOUMENON* *AS* *AN* *INTELLECTUAL* *PROPERTY* *WHICH* *IMMANUEL*
*KANT* *HIMSELF* *CALLS* *NOUMENA* *AS* *THE* *PROOF* *OF* *A* *VALID*
*AND* *RATIONAL* *CONCEPT* *ATTAINED* *BY* *PURE* *THOUGHT* *BUT* *MY*
*ANTAGONIST'S* *OPINIONS* *ARE* *ONLY* *A* *SELF*-*INFATUATION* *WITH*
*DELUSION* *AND* *MORE* *PROPERLY* *UNDERSTOOD* *IN* *TERMS* *OF*
*PSYCHOSIS*.

HERE IS THE PROTOTYPE PROOF OF CONCEPT:

- <http://www.grapple369.com?telos:509>

As an ex-policeman and owning an Intellectual Property as trinomial
noumenon of substantiated YAHAD {#509} TORAH / CHRISTIAN religious
belief of 72J BCE = 12 x 294 x 364 or Tropical Year as 293 x
365.2423208191126 days which is better cosmology knowledge than the
Julian calendar of 46 BCE and only corrected by the Gregorian calendar
in 1582 CE, and in having been the target of Roman Catholic persecution
for some 20 years as a gay male, I most strongly object to your apology
for fascism:

"Infinity itself is the actual Logos as concept. Both the 'logical' and
the 'subjective' grounding of infinity—as we call them in short—are
already carried out in the thoroughly concrete investigation ... [and
found that] everything [was] still at the beginning and is more within
the scope of a confrontation with tradition; it has not yet found its
own necessary shape.

This happens for the first time in the 'System of Science' {ie. The
science, whose system is at issue, is the totality of the highest and
most essential knowledge as philosophy—The way in which philosophy
unfolds itself as absolute knowledge. By providing all sciences with
their foundation, philosophy must certainly be a science}, whose first
part, the Phenomenology, represents the grounding we mentioned as our
2nd point (the grounding of infinity in the subject and as subject),
while the second part, the Logic, implements the 1st grounding that we
mentioned above (the logical grounding), which is inherently and
necessarily grounded in the 2nd one." [Martin Heidegger (1889-1976 CE),
'Mediatedness & the Dialectical Movement' on 'Hegel's Phenomenology of
Spirit', p 78]

Have you sufficient intelligence to use a prophylaxis (ie. a condom) as
I don't think that you are your smart enough to breed and I wouldn't
want any child of mine to be so congenitally defective by such a self
evident bestial abrogation of human intelligence?

My particular field of superannuated retirement interest is in the
teleological area of Natural Theology and metempirical philosophy which
is as celestial hierarchy and metaphysical noumenon and a theoretical
behavioral 'a priori' which is equally applicable to the definition of
force as it is in relation to the study of time and its relativity to
infinity and to the temporal: "All things have their pre-existent limits
in the Super-Essence, of the Universe and its Eternity.

That is, the Permanent Principle underlying its temporal process. This
and the next phrase explain what is meant by the words 'the Measure of
the universe.' The Good sets bounds to the world (1) temporally, because
Eternity is the Fount of Time, (2) spatially, because Transcendent Unity
is the Fount of Number. All temporal things are permanent in God; and
all diversities are one in Him. Its Numerical Principle, all number has
its roots in the Good."

I understand the Natural and Common Law theological conception, that
when the Judaeo-Christian Scriptures discuss and denote eternity, it is
the home of being, while time is the home of things that come to be.

And I can apply this understanding to an Anthropic Cosmological
Principle associated to the Intellectual Consideration of the Letters
Patent to the Commonwealth of Australia in differentiation of the
natural law teleological issue of 1933 to 1945 as governance that is
conveyed by its recourse to a 'formal definition of monogamous
gamo-genesis' and piety 'monogenes' [John 1:17-18] and the philosophical
paradigm which German Super-intellectualism regarded as: "All things are
conceived as consisting of single monads of varying magnitudes of
aggregations of these bodies, which may exist as physical, emotional,
mental, or spiritual substances. God is the first and greatest Monad;
the spirit of man is an awakened monad in contradistinction to the lower
kingdoms whose governing monadic powers are in a semi-dormant state."

While the GRAPPLE HOMOIOTIC NOUMENON is the conceptual lens by which I
view phenomenon, and the means I map instances of temporal (time and
date) events, then making neural linguistic associations to the memetic
paradigm. It is not the basis, nor has ever been the basis for any
claim by me that I am the cause or contribute in any way to the
occurrence any such events as earthquakes, storms, accidents or a range
of other phenomenon as acts of God.

The great thing about this Intellectual Property of MINE as a legal
argument: (DIEU ET MON DROIT) is that this technology for "*Judging*,
*Weighing* and Integrity of *Words*" is not only embedded within the
Bible as Scriptures and given assent to through an *oath*, swearing by
Almighty God, but is compatible with the regime of *numbered* and
natural jurisprudence (ie. the Categories of Understanding as #729
appraisals within the GRAPPLE HOMOIOTIC NOUMENON as a theoretical and
metaphysical conception of the Godhead/Divine Nature as Mind, in being a
reasonable consideration, then ought to equate with the *numbered*
paragraphs) as being a mandatory prerequisite for the presenting of any
legal case before a court of law.

So there ought not to be then any instance of perverse *Justice*.

'For the *word* of God is quick, and powerful, and sharper than any
two-edged *sword*, piercing even to the *dividing* asunder of soul and
spirit, and of the joints of the marrow, and is a discerner of the
thoughts and intentions of the intents of the heart' [Hebrews 4:12]

Making a reasonable supposition as a logical, probable and hypothetical
proposition, which is then predicated upon by a determined course of
affirmative action to inform oneself through inquisition as
elimination—is the process of a rational mind practiced in acquiring
knowledge and explicit specification within categories of understanding.

That in my view, punctiliousness is an intrinsic phonetic correspondence
and functional cognitive characteristic of mind. [Courtesy: Word of the
Day for 2nd (3rd - AEST) July 2016, www(.)dictionary(.)com]

For example, if all but the first and last letters are scrambled and the
sentence is entirely ambiguous, you can still disambiguate the *word*
and fully comprehend the sentence, Cambridge University researchers suggest:

"Taht in my veiw, psciiouelnunsts is an insniirtc phteinoc
conrecoednprse and fancounitl cvgiinote cartarseiichtc of mnid."

- <http://douglastwitchell.com/scrambled_words.php>

And in a similar manner, the mind's phonetic apprehension as the knowing
of any *word*'s entity is a priori and transitional towards it's final
comprehension by it's acceptable, customary and correct orthography.
[Courtesy: Word of the Day for 5th (6th - AEST) July 2016,
www(.)dictionary(.)com]

*Confusion* like fear and paranoia which steadfastly and habitually
refuses to overcome its ignorant state by informing itself, can then be
considered delusional.

6. (MARRIAGE?) BINDING NORM (NORMA OBLIGANS), AS SUBJECTIVE GROUNDING OF
INFINITY / DO NOT BEAR FALSE *WITNESS*

— {#15CE ... #34CE ... #65CE ... #111CE ... #2000CE < --- HOLY CATHOLIC
'SATANIC' TRADITION ET AL AS FAUX-SOPHISTIC WISDOM}

As if it wasn't shameful enough that the Jewish people could not speak
up about their own history and prior experience of annihilation by Roman
{*strength*; power} military pogrom, to which such a fact was then
associated by daily practice in the Jerusalem {vision of peace} (King
Herod's) Temple:

"There was in the days of Herod {son of a hero}, the king of Judaea {the
praise of the Lord; confession}, a certain priest named Zacharias
{memory of the Lord}, of the course of *ABIJAH* {the Lord is my father}:
and his wife was of the daughters of Aaron {a teacher; lofty; mountain
of *strength*}, and her name was Elisabeth {the *oath*, or fullness, of
God}.

And they were both righteous before God, walking in all the commandments
and ordinances of the Lord blameless. And they had no child, because
that Elisabeth was barren, and they both were now well stricken in years.

And it came to pass, that while he executed the priest's office before
God in the order of his course, according to the custom of the priest's
office, his lot was to burn incense when he went into the temple of the
Lord:

*JEWISH* *CHRONOLOGICAL*/*MATHEMATICAL* *VIEW* *OF* *NATURAL* *LAW*

22/7 as 3W1D ...

the major premise {YANG/FATHER/HEAVEN/MALE/FORM - Formula of Universal
Law}, which contains the law of that will: 7 x 24 x 13 = 2184 days of
the 'oth cycle = 6D or 6 x 364 associated to the 'constant sequence of
sun and moon' as 354 x 3 + 30 day intercalation = 1092 days x 2 = 2184 days

the minor premise {YIN/MOTHER/EARTH/FEMALE/MATTER - Formula of
Humanity}, which contains the command to behave in accordance with the
law, that is, the principle of subsumption under the law: x 49 = 6J or
294 x 364 days or 365.2425 x 293 years - Vernal Equinox Wednesday 20
March 1996 / 21 March = 1 Nisan 5756; and

the conclusion {ZHUN/SON/SEA/ENUMERATE/OFFSPRING - Formula of Autonomy},
which contains the verdict (sentence), what is laid down as right in the
case at hand: ... 6,000 as 122J3W1D + 9(9²+1)/2 as #369 with Septet #41
centric on 13-17 September 2001 / 18 September = 1 Tishri 5762.

"The one and twentieth to Jachin {he that *strengthens* and makes
steadfast}, the two and twentieth to Gamul {a recompense}, the three and
twentieth to Delaiah {the poor of the Lord}, the four and twentieth to
Maaziah {the *strength* of the Lord}.

These were the orderings of them in their service to come into the house
of the LORD, according to their manner, under Aaron {a teacher; lofty;
mountain of *strength*} their father, as the LORD God of Israel {who
prevails with God} had commanded him." [1 Chronicles 24:17-19 (KJV)]

And the whole multitude of the people were praying without at the time
of incense. And there appeared unto him an *angel* of the Lord standing
on the right side of the altar of incense.

*THE* *KABBALAH* *COVER* *OF* *ATTRIBUTED* *TIME*/*TECHNOLOGY* *OF*
*SOUL* *AS* *ANGELS*

"And the *angel* of God, which went before the camp of Israel {who
prevails with God}, removed and went behind them; and the *pillar* of
the cloud went from before their *face*, and stood behind them:

And it came between the camp of the Egyptians {that troubles or
oppresses; anguish} and the camp of Israel; and it was a cloud and
darkness to them, but it gave light by night to these: so that the one
came not near the other all the night.

And Moses {taken out; drawn forth} stretched out his hand over the sea;
and the LORD caused the sea to go back by a *strong* east wind all that
night, and made the sea dry land, and the waters were divided." [Exodus
14:19-21 (KJV)]

And when Zacharias saw him, he was troubled, and fear fell upon him."
[Luke 1:5-12 (KJV)]

And of which event in 69CE, the Arch of Titus {pleasing} in Rome
{*strength*; power} records.

That the nihilistic consequence as Jewish non-existence (which as a
Christian you imply by the denial of such a cosmological fact to the
contrary) would not have then been manifested as a holocaust of over 6
million people.

The greater shame is, that your continued denial of a such a
cosmological fact, bestows upon you the consideration that Karl Barth's
denials of FASCISM by the Barmen Declaration was correct but lacked the
effectual means:

"In 1934, as the Protestant Church attempted to come to terms with the
Third Reich, Barth was largely responsible for the writing of the Barmen
declaration (Ger. Barmer Erklärung). This declaration rejected the
influence of Nazism on German Christianity by arguing that the Church's
allegiance to the God of Jesus Christ should give it the impetus and
resources to resist the influence of other lords, such as the German
Führer, Adolf Hitler. Barth mailed this declaration to Hitler
personally. This was one of the founding documents of the Confessing
Church and Barth was elected a member of its leadership council, the
Bruderrat.

He was forced to resign from his professorship at the University of Bonn
in 1935 for refusing to swear an *oath* to Hitler:

"For though there be that are called gods, whether in heaven or in
earth, (as there be gods many, and lords many,) But to us there is but
one God, the Father, of whom are all things, and we in him; and one Lord
Jesus {savior; deliverer} Christ, by whom are all things, and we by
him." [1 Corinthians 8:5-6 (KJV)]

Barth then returned to his native Switzerland, where he assumed a chair
in systematic theology at the University of Basel. In the course of his
appointment he was required to *answer* a routine question asked of all
Swiss civil servants: whether he supported the national defense. His
*answer* was, 'Yes, especially on the northern border!'

The newspaper Neue Zuercher Zeitung carried his 1936 criticism of Martin
Heidegger for his support of the Nazis.

The religious belief system semantics (22/7) as Natural and Common *Law*
right that is conveyed by this paradigm are sustained by Hebrew
categories of understanding applied to Milesian ordinals: #250, #270,
#335, #364. By that I mean there is a relationship between the base-7
chronology of the 364 day year expressed by 3W1D and the topical solar
year convey by 6000 years = 122J3W1D.

Karl Barth's (1886-1968) inability to adequately answer the question,
'For how can the mystery of God be captured through the formulae of any
humanly-conceived master plan?', caused him to problematized the
'*worldviews*' associated to Natural Theology because he opposed turning
any of them into a premature 'foundation' for thinking about the divine
mystery.

The consideration is that the traditional philosophical and theological
bias against women logically occurs and progressively against
homosexuality, because of a difference in Orthodoxy's understanding of
the Natural Moral *Law* from either the Jewish view or the Hymeneal
(Gentile) view. And this pivot upon a failure to conceptualise and
recognise a time associated behavioural 'a priori' as noumenon is
perhaps the logical grounding of the people of religion's unreasoned
failure in relation to:

a) Autonomy of the Will as the Supreme Principle of Morality
b) Heteronomy of the Will as the Source of All Spurious Principles of
Morality: If the will seeks the *law* that is to determine it anywhere
but in the fitness of its maxims for its own legislation of universal
*laws*, and if it thus goes outside of itself and seeks this *law* in
the character of any of its objects, then heteronomy always results.

As this is a chronological interpretation of the Natural and Common
*Law* paradigm conveyed by the GRAPPLE HOMOIOTIC NOUMENON is an issue of
transcendence that is at once concerned with an 'a priori' teleological
argument of intelligent design associated with a Cosmological Anthropic
Principle, I ought in the circumstance be free from hymeneal antagonism
of HETEROS as philosophical HETERONOMY and religious MYSTICISM through
being subject to a *law* or standard external to itself as AUTONOMY—In
Kantian moral philosophy, acting in accordance with one's desires rather
than reason or moral duty; subject to different *laws*."

TRISTAN CORNER 1048 HOURS ON 16 SEPTEMBER 2017: "ye"

DOLF @ 1049 HOURS ON 16 SEPTEMBER 2017: "That doesn't constitute an
apology for your being an imbecile and therefore you can expect legal
action at the time of my choosing.

Get use to the idea that your ego ought NOT to impose itself by any
means whatsoever upon my self-identity as formula as autonomy.

— APPLE RELISH —

"GUILTY AS SIN,
NOT REALLY NICE.
OVERTAKE TIME.
TRUTH'S DEVICE.
HEAR IT RHYME
OUR NANO IS IN."

Otherwise I will give you a lesson which will leave you pickled and it
won't be relish.

Het lijkt erop dat u onderworpen bent aan een gemeenschappelijke stroom
semantiek als het lexicon van opportunisme:

Verzet is zinloos - you will be assimilated!

YOUTUBE: "The Borg Assimilation"

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Because of the prerogative of the GRAPPLE HOMO [iOS] SAPIEN [T] THEORY
OF NUMBER AS PARADIGM over the HETEROS THEORY OF NUMBER METHODOLOGY
there ought to be a tribute tax payable or the consequence of a
terminated faith.

Now ***@ck off you ***@t for brains."

GREG SHERIDAN (THE AUSTRALIAN NEWSPAPER) @ 0000 HOURS ON 16 SEPTEMBER
2017: "TONY ABBOTT RAMPS UP SAME-SEX MARRIAGE WRANGLE:

Former prime minister Tony ­Abbott has escalated debate over religious
freedom in the ­context of the same-sex marriage survey by calling for
the ­abolition of the Human Rights Commission.

Mr Abbott's comments will intensify ­divisions within the Liberal Party
over the issue in the wake of John Howard's intervention this week
calling for greater ­pro­tection for religious freedom and for this
issue to be properly addressed before the period of the postal survey
comes to an end.

Mr Abbott said had he been prime minister when the plebiscite was put,
he intended to submit the final bill on same-sex marriage to a public vote.

That bill would be ultimately put to parliament if the plebiscite
returned a Yes vote.

In an interview with The Weekend Australian, Mr Abbott said it would be
extremely difficult to protect religious freedom if same-sex marriage
were legalised, and called for the Human Rights Commission to be
abolished outright.

"Our sustained experience of human rights bureaucracies is that they do
not protect human rights, they harm them,” Mr ­Abbott said.

He told The Weekend Aus­tralian that in the prevailing ­climate and
culture, anti-discrimin­ation law was used in a very one-sided and
politicised way.

"The best thing you could do to protect religious freedom is to abolish
the Human Rights Commission,” he said.

Asked whether the Liberal Party at the state level should take a similar
approach to state-based anti-discrimination commissions and similar
bodies, Mr Abbott said: "Decent liberal conservatives have to ask
themselves: what useful purpose have any of these bodies ever served?”

Mr Abbott confirmed to The Weekend Australian that he had planned, after
the election, to ­consult widely among proponents of same-sex marriage
and encourage them to hammer out their preferred bill giving effect to
the legalisation of same-sex marriage.

His intention would then have been to publish that bill as an ­exposure
draft. After a suitable per­iod, during which time the ­public would be
able to get to know the detail of the legislation proposed, ­Mr Abbott
would then have put to a ­plebiscite not a general ­proposition about
supporting same-sex marriage but a specific question about whether
people supported that particular piece of legislation.

Had it won majority support, that legislation would have been put to
parliament and passed.

Had the plebiscite question failed to win majority support, the bill
would not have been put to parliament.

Mr Abbott agrees with his ­fellow former prime minister Mr Howard that
people had a right to know in advance the detail of what they were
voting for." [Copyright The Australian]

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<http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/nation/tony-abbott-ramps-up-samesex-marriage-wrangle/news-story/2c0d3bcc12bdca2b73922f32d7ff156e>

This article is reproduced in its entirety due to a substantial
contribution made towards the subject as the defamatory and blasphemous
argument that the GLBTI Community has a subordinate or an immaterial
basis to any religious belief.

*AND* *WE* *DEMAND* *AS* *THE* *GLBTI* *COMMUNITY* *OUR* *RECIPROCAL*
*RIGHT* *OF* *CITIZENSHIP* *UNDER* *THE* *COMMONWEALTH* *OF* *AUSTRALIA*
*TO* *HAVE* *AND* *HOLD* *A* *RELIGIOUS* *BELIEF* *WITHOUT* *ANY*
*INSTITUTIONAL* *COMPROMISE* *AS* *IMPUNITY* *OF* *WILL* *BEING*
*IMPOSED* *AS* *ENCUMBRANCE* *UPON* *OUR* *SELF* *IDENTITY* *AS*
*FORMULA* *OF* *AUTONOMY*.

Nous: #63
Time: 04:10 hrs
Date: 2017.5.23
Torah: #1 #50 #10 %81 = #61
Dao: Origins in Reversal, Consider Beginnings
Tetra: #62 - Doubt
I-Ching: H51 - Quake, Thunderclap, Shake, The arousing (shock, thunder)

Latin: Decantatus {God of virtues} Alt: Yzalel {Deliverance of God} {

1. HELPS CONQUER & TO OBTAIN RELEASE FROM SIEGE
2. THE SCIENCES & ARTS
3. THE MEDITATION OF THE WISE
4. Souchoe
}

Asa {Physician; cure}

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<http://www.grapple369.com?time:4.11&idea:{114}&idea:{337}&idea:{186}&idea:{474}>

***@zen: 3, row: 2, col: 7, nous: 63 [Time: 0410 hrs, Super: #337
/ #24 - Important Distinctions, Trouble from Indulgence; I-Ching: H5 -
Waiting, Delay, Attending, Waiting, Moistened, Arriving; Tetra: 18 -
Waiting, Ego: #474 / #63 - Origins in Reversal, Consider Beginnings;
I-Ching: H51 - Quake, Thunderclap, Shake, The arousing (shock, thunder);
Tetra: 62 - Doubt]

LAURA GOEHLER (CNN) @ 0321 HOURS ON 18 SEPTEMBER 2017: "Four {#337 =
#200, #2, #70, #10, #5, #50 as reba` (H7253): {#10 as #272} 1) fourth
part, four sides; 1a) fourth part; 1b) four sides} American female
tourists were attacked with acid Sunday at a Marseille train station in
southern France, a police spokesperson said.

Two of the women were taken to a hospital, police said. All four were in
their early 20s.

The attacker was a 41-year-old woman who was mentally unstable, police
said. She was subsequently arrested and taken to a hospital."

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DOLF @ 0411 HOURS ON 18 SEPTEMBER 2017: "I am sorrowed {#474 = #6, #400,
#8, #60 as chuwc (H2347): {#1 as #74} 1) (Qal) to pity, have compassion,
spare, look upon with compassion} to hear about the unpredictability of
"FOUR US TOURISTS ATTACKED WITH ACID {#337 = #1, #80, #5, #80, #50, #10,
#60, #1, #50 as apopnigo (G638): {#13 as #1094} 1) to choke; 1a) to
suffocate with water, drown} IN FRANCE.

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issue applies equally to men within the circumstance where shaving the
face may spread a wart virus.

It is possible to then utilise a double strength wart remover {ie.
Duofilm Extra Strength Gel which treats plantar and common warts, corns
and calluses} upon the face and then immediately apply the Manuka honey.

The result is in my limited and non medical opinion a means of effective
treatment without scarring and scaring but do seek medical advice before
taking any individual action.

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of as 'all-in-one' dressings for effective wound bed preparation.
Additionally, since Active Leptospermum Honey is noted for its ability
to be used in all phases of wound healing, placing these dressings as
the cornerstones of a wound care formulary can take a great deal of the
guess-work out of wound management.

- <http://www.eboshealthcare.com.au/ebos-brands/dermasciences/medihoney>

PETER ALLEN (PARIS) / ROD ARDEHALI (DAILYMAIL.CO.UK) @ 0456 HOURS ON 18
SEPTEMBER 2017: "WOMAN ARRESTED AFTER 'SPRAYING FOUR AMERICANS TOURISTS
WITH ACID' AT A MARSEILLE TRAIN STATION CAUSING BURNS TO THEIR FACES AND
LEGS:

#1 - Acid attack took place at the Gare de Marseille-Saint-Charles
station Sunday
#2 - Four American tourists were sprayed with acid - two suffered burns
to their faces
#3 - 41-year-old attacker used a cleaning substance containing
hydrochloric acid
#4 - After carrying out the assault, the woman displayed photos of her
own burns, allegedly picked up in an earlier incident
#5 - French prosecutors are not investigating the acid attack as an act
of terror

A woman with 'deep psychological problems' was in custody in the French
city of Marseille on Sunday after spraying four American tourists with
acid and burning two in the face.

The horrifying attack took place shortly after 11am at the Gare de
Marseille-Saint-Charles station, where the party from the US was
preparing to board a train.
French prosecutors are not investigating the acid attack as an act of
terror.

Police said that the 41-year-old attacker did not appear to be mentally
stable and witnesses said that she did not shout slogans or extremist
sentiments during the attack.

The unnamed woman used a cleaning substance containing hydrochloric acid
in the attack that she is thought to have picked up from a local DIY store.

After carrying out the assault, the woman displayed photos of her own
burns, allegedly picked up in an earlier incident.

'Two American women aged 20 were hit in the face, while the other two
were sprayed in the legs, and were mainly suffering from shock,' said a
source close to the case.

'The two with facial injuries were taken to hospital, while the others
were treated at the scene. They were also aged 20 or 21. The attacker
wanted to show off photographs of her own injuries.

'She was arrested at the scene and faces charges. She displayed clear
signs of suffering from deep psychological problems.'

Prosecutors have opened a criminal enquiry, while none of those involved
have yet been named.

A spokeswoman for the prosecutor office said two of the tourists have
been injured in the face and one of them has a possible eye injury.

She said all four of the tourists have been hospitalized, two of them
for shock.

The Americans were thought to be on their way from the southern
Mediterranean city to Paris.

Four emergency services vehicles arrived at the station, which was
packed on a Sunday morning at the tail-end of the holiday season.

Paris remains under a State of Emergency following a string of terrorist
attacks carried out by Islamic State and Al-Qaeda operatives over the
past two years.

Security at transport hubs including rail stations has been massively
stepped up because of threats by the groups to target them.

Corrosive substances are increasingly being used as weapons in Europe,
including in Britain, where there were 450 such attacks in London alone
in last year.

Acid-based products are easy to purchase, and can be paid for in cash,
so there is no trace of who bought them."

-
<http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4892572/Two-American-tourists-suffer-acid-attack-Marseille.html>

- dolf

AN EXPANDED PDF COPY OF THIS DOCUMENT WILL BE AVAILABLE FROM THIS URL:

- <http://www.grapple369.com/docs/Honey.pdf>

Initial Post: 16 September 2017

#GLTBI #COMMUNITY #PREROGATIVE #FACTUAL #SUBSTANTIAL #RELIGIOUS #BELIEF
--
SEE ALSO: *INVALIDATING* *THE* *ORTHODOX* *AND* *ROMAN* *CATHOLIC*
*CHURCH'S* *CLAIM* *TO* *JUBILEE2000* *AS* *BEING* *DELUSIONAL* *AND*
*FRAUDULENT*

Private Street on the edge of the Central Business District dated 16th
May, 2000 - This report is prepared in response to a TP00/55 as a Notice
of an Application for Planning Permit

- <http://www.grapple369.com/jubilee2000.html>

SEE ALSO: HYPOSTATIS AS DAO OF NATURE (Chinese: ZIRAN) / COURSE (Greek:
TROCHOS) OF NATURE (Greek: GENESIS) [James 3:6]

Chinese HAN Dynasty (206 BCE - 220CE) Hexagon Trigrams to Tetragram
assignments proposed by Yang Hsiung (53BCE - 18CE) which by 4BCE
(translation published within English as first European language in
1993), first appeared in draft form as a meta-thesis titled T'AI HSUAN
CHING {ie. Canon of Supreme Mystery} on Natural Divination associated
with the theory of number, annual seasonal chronology and astrology
reliant upon the seven visible planets as cosmological mother image and
the zodiac.

It shows the ZIRAN as the DAO of NATURE / COURSE-trochos OF
NATURE-genesis [James 3:6] as HYPOSTATIS comprising #81 trinomial
tetragrammaton x 4.5 day = #364.5 day / year as HOMOIOS THEORY OF NUMBER
which is an amalgam of the 64 hexagrams as binomial trigrams / 81 as
trinomial tetragrammaton rather than its encapsulated contrived use as
the microcosm to redefine the macrocosm as the quintessence of the
Pythagorean [Babylonian] as binomial canon of transposition as HETEROS
THEORY OF NUMBER.

- <http://www.grapple369.com/nature.html>

The Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities No. 43 of Act 2006
defines a "PERSON MEANS A HUMAN BEING” and the question is, if it is
permissible to extend this definition to be a "PERSON MEANS A HUMAN
BEING AS A CONSCIOUS REALITY OF HOMO[iOS] SAPIEN[T] WHO IS INSTANTIATED
WITHIN THE TEMPORAL REALITY AS THEN THE CAUSE FOR REASONING AND
RATIONALITY."

That my mathematical theoretical noumenon defines the meta-descriptor
prototypes which are prerequisite to the BEING of HOMO[iOS] SAPIEN[T] as
EXISTENCE.

- http://www.grapple369.com/Grapple.zip (Download resources)

After all the ENNEAD of THOTH and not the Roman Catholic Eucharist,
expresses an Anthropic Cosmological Principle which appears within its
geometric conception as being equivalent to the Pythagorean
TETRAD/TETRACTYS.
Rod Speed
2017-09-18 05:42:11 UTC
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On Mon, 18 Sep 2017 08:55:33 +1000, "Rod Speed"
Post by Rod Speed
Post by Peter Jason
On Sun, 17 Sep 2017 03:48:48 +1000, "Rod Speed"
Post by Rod Speed
Post by Peter Jason
On Sat, 16 Sep 2017 13:35:32 +1000, Sylvia Else
Post by Sylvia Else
The revelation that Australians are spending $700 million a year on
bottled water makes me wonder what the total of the following might
come
a) Yes, bottled water.
b) Weight loss supplements that either do nothing, or just make the
problem worse.
c) Diet pills that do nothing.
d) Vitamins and minerals that people are not deficient in anyway.
e) Skin care products that have no effect (disclaimer, I use sorbolene
cream).
f) Homeopathic products.
g) Power saving and fuel saving gadgets that don't actually save anything.
h) Other pointless things that people might mention.
Sylvia.
If the powers had any brains they would surreptiously
lace the bottled water supply with oocytes, or at least
contraceptives, to render such stupid people infertile,
Nope, that would fuck the economy, stupid.
The economy is already so.
Pigs arse it is. Its doing fine providing lots of jobs for anyone
who is prepare to get off their arse and get qualified.
I have studied reason & logic.
But your problem with ear to ear dog shit
made that a complete waste of time.

<reams of your even sillier shit than usual flushed where it belongs>
Post by Peter Jason
Rodney for Treasurer, I say!
No treasurer has any real effect on any country's economy.
Post by Peter Jason
Post by Rod Speed
Post by Peter Jason
There's a crash coming from the property market
Fools have been running that line for decades now.
Post by Peter Jason
where speculators are high on margin. Arterial
blood will course down Sydney gutters!
Just another other of your pathetic little drug crazed fantasys.
Post by Peter Jason
Post by Rod Speed
Post by Peter Jason
and so leave the world for we better sort to bustle in.
Even sillier and more pig ignorant than you usually manage.
It's called eugenics,
Only by terminal fuckwits.
Post by Peter Jason
and has been considered seriously, EG in Sth Africa
during the old regime, to lace the water with "certain
agents" to reduce the black population there,
Just another of your pathetic little drug crazed fantasys.
Post by Peter Jason
but unsuccessfully.
Even HIV/AIDS made no difference there.
Post by Peter Jason
When all else fails, do the obvious!
Yep, do the world a service and top yourself.
Post by Peter Jason
Post by Rod Speed
If everyone just drank tap water straight out of the
tap, at most via the fridge, that would be much worse
for the economy and the jobs of those producing
the tap water in bottles in the supermarkets.
Post by Peter Jason
It's these same dolts who were hoodwinked by Jeff Kennet into
selling the Victorian SEC to 5 entities for a few squillion dollars.
He had no choice, the state economy finances
were fucked by the clowns he replaced.
And now the entities are rich,
Due to the fuckwit clowns he replaced.
Post by Peter Jason
The Govt still broke,
Due to the fuckwit clowns he replaced.
Post by Peter Jason
And we poor groan under the Yoke!
Then do the decent thing and top yourself.
Post by Peter Jason
Post by Rod Speed
Post by Peter Jason
Now these rapacious 5 are screwing we poor people
for every one of those dollars and more besides!
Due to Labor driving the state economy into the ground.
Post by Peter Jason
It's the same in other states (except perhaps SA & WA).
Even sillier and more pig ignorant than you
usually manage with Snowy Hydro alone.
FMurtz
2017-09-18 06:10:48 UTC
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Post by Peter Jason
On Mon, 18 Sep 2017 08:55:33 +1000, "Rod Speed"
Post by Rod Speed
Post by Peter Jason
On Sun, 17 Sep 2017 03:48:48 +1000, "Rod Speed"
Post by Rod Speed
Post by Peter Jason
On Sat, 16 Sep 2017 13:35:32 +1000, Sylvia Else
Post by Sylvia Else
The revelation that Australians are spending $700 million a year on
a) Yes, bottled water.
b) Weight loss supplements that either do nothing, or just make the
problem worse.
c) Diet pills that do nothing.
d) Vitamins and minerals that people are not deficient in anyway.
e) Skin care products that have no effect (disclaimer, I use sorbolene
cream).
f) Homeopathic products.
g) Power saving and fuel saving gadgets that don't actually save anything.
h) Other pointless things that people might mention.
Sylvia.
If the powers had any brains they would surreptiously
lace the bottled water supply with oocytes, or at least
contraceptives, to render such stupid people infertile,
Nope, that would fuck the economy, stupid.
The economy is already so.
Pigs arse it is. Its doing fine providing lots of jobs for anyone
who is prepare to get off their arse and get qualified.
I have studied reason & logic. Thus according to you we could sell
bottled Sydney air (phew!)
I bet you could sell canned air, general population are idiot sheep as
evidenced by most of the things that sylvia mentioned, If you removed
almost all the stuff in the front of a chemist shop the health of the
populace would not suffer except psychologically from deprivation.
I bet that if I sold canned air with the right advertising for a bit
more than cost, I would make a fortune.(the people that have done it
charged too much)



to all the denizens of Oz, so further
Post by Peter Jason
stimulating the economy! And sea water too; all the oceans are being
wasted when they could be boosting the verdant land of Oz! In fact,
why should the dead get off without paying?
https://postimg.org/image/9venrz6th/
Thank God you're here Roddles, because subsequently we are all in
Shangri-La, where milk & honey oozes from every crevice and Manna
hails down from the skyes.
Rodney for Treasurer, I say!
Post by Rod Speed
Post by Peter Jason
There's a crash coming from the property market
Fools have been running that line for decades now.
Post by Peter Jason
where speculators are high on margin. Arterial
blood will course down Sydney gutters!
Just another other of your pathetic little drug crazed fantasys.
Post by Peter Jason
Post by Rod Speed
Post by Peter Jason
and so leave the world for we better sort to bustle in.
Even sillier and more pig ignorant than you usually manage.
It's called eugenics,
Only by terminal fuckwits.
Post by Peter Jason
and has been considered seriously, EG in Sth Africa
during the old regime, to lace the water with "certain
agents" to reduce the black population there,
Just another of your pathetic little drug crazed fantasys.
Post by Peter Jason
but unsuccessfully.
Even HIV/AIDS made no difference there.
Post by Peter Jason
When all else fails, do the obvious!
Yep, do the world a service and top yourself.
Post by Peter Jason
Post by Rod Speed
If everyone just drank tap water straight out of the
tap, at most via the fridge, that would be much worse
for the economy and the jobs of those producing
the tap water in bottles in the supermarkets.
Post by Peter Jason
It's these same dolts who were hoodwinked by Jeff Kennet into
selling the Victorian SEC to 5 entities for a few squillion dollars.
He had no choice, the state economy finances
were fucked by the clowns he replaced.
And now the entities are rich,
Due to the fuckwit clowns he replaced.
Post by Peter Jason
The Govt still broke,
Due to the fuckwit clowns he replaced.
Post by Peter Jason
And we poor groan under the Yoke!
Then do the decent thing and top yourself.
Post by Peter Jason
Post by Rod Speed
Post by Peter Jason
Now these rapacious 5 are screwing we poor people
for every one of those dollars and more besides!
Due to Labor driving the state economy into the ground.
Post by Peter Jason
It's the same in other states (except perhaps SA & WA).
Even sillier and more pig ignorant than you
usually manage with Snowy Hydro alone.
Ned Latham
2017-09-18 06:53:30 UTC
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Post by FMurtz
I bet you could sell canned air, general population are idiot sheep as
evidenced by most of the things that sylvia mentioned, If you removed
almost all the stuff in the front of a chemist shop the health of the
populace would not suffer except psychologically from deprivation.
I bet that if I sold canned air with the right advertising for a bit
more than cost, I would make a fortune (the people that have done it
charged too much).
That wasn't their problem. The real problem with selling canned air is
that a can holds less than one breath. You can get away with a half
litre bottle of water, but even the dimmest of the sheeple know that
half a litre of air isn't worth buying.

OTOH, if you were to compress it...
de chucka
2017-09-18 20:30:17 UTC
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Post by Ned Latham
Post by FMurtz
I bet you could sell canned air, general population are idiot sheep as
evidenced by most of the things that sylvia mentioned, If you removed
almost all the stuff in the front of a chemist shop the health of the
populace would not suffer except psychologically from deprivation.
I bet that if I sold canned air with the right advertising for a bit
more than cost, I would make a fortune (the people that have done it
charged too much).
That wasn't their problem. The real problem with selling canned air is
that a can holds less than one breath. You can get away with a half
litre bottle of water, but even the dimmest of the sheeple know that
half a litre of air isn't worth buying.
OTOH, if you were to compress it...
Green and Clean Air are/were making good money selling canned air
Ned Latham
2017-09-18 22:47:50 UTC
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Post by de chucka
Post by Ned Latham
Post by FMurtz
I bet you could sell canned air, general population are idiot sheep as
evidenced by most of the things that sylvia mentioned, If you removed
almost all the stuff in the front of a chemist shop the health of the
populace would not suffer except psychologically from deprivation.
I bet that if I sold canned air with the right advertising for a bit
more than cost, I would make a fortune (the people that have done it
charged too much).
That wasn't their problem. The real problem with selling canned air is
that a can holds less than one breath. You can get away with a half
litre bottle of water, but even the dimmest of the sheeple know that
half a litre of air isn't worth buying.
OTOH, if you were to compress it...
Green and Clean Air are/were making good money selling canned air
Sure they are/were. So much so that ATM they're "out of stock".
Perhaps you can tell Usenet how a company that sells air can run
"out of stock".
de chucka
2017-09-18 22:54:04 UTC
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Post by Ned Latham
Post by de chucka
Post by Ned Latham
Post by FMurtz
I bet you could sell canned air, general population are idiot sheep as
evidenced by most of the things that sylvia mentioned, If you removed
almost all the stuff in the front of a chemist shop the health of the
populace would not suffer except psychologically from deprivation.
I bet that if I sold canned air with the right advertising for a bit
more than cost, I would make a fortune (the people that have done it
charged too much).
That wasn't their problem. The real problem with selling canned air is
that a can holds less than one breath. You can get away with a half
litre bottle of water, but even the dimmest of the sheeple know that
half a litre of air isn't worth buying.
OTOH, if you were to compress it...
Green and Clean Air are/were making good money selling canned air
Sure they are/were. So much so that ATM they're "out of stock".
Perhaps you can tell Usenet how a company that sells air can run
"out of stock".
Buggered if I know but my point is made
Ned Latham
2017-09-19 00:14:45 UTC
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Post by de chucka
Post by Ned Latham
Post by de chucka
Post by Ned Latham
Post by FMurtz
I bet you could sell canned air, general population are idiot sheep as
evidenced by most of the things that sylvia mentioned, If you removed
almost all the stuff in the front of a chemist shop the health of the
populace would not suffer except psychologically from deprivation.
I bet that if I sold canned air with the right advertising for a bit
more than cost, I would make a fortune (the people that have done it
charged too much).
That wasn't their problem. The real problem with selling canned air is
that a can holds less than one breath. You can get away with a half
litre bottle of water, but even the dimmest of the sheeple know that
half a litre of air isn't worth buying.
OTOH, if you were to compress it...
Green and Clean Air are/were making good money selling canned air
Sure they are/were. So much so that ATM they're "out of stock".
Perhaps you can tell Usenet how a company that sells air can run
"out of stock".
Buggered if I know but my point is made
The only point you have is on your head, moron.
de chucka
2017-09-16 21:06:22 UTC
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Post by Sylvia Else
The revelation that Australians are spending $700 million a year on
a) Yes, bottled water.
Following the Bundanoon ban the NSW State government wanted to ban water
from all gov agencies till it was pointed out how useful it was to
things like the RFS
Jeßus
2017-09-17 00:04:49 UTC
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On Sat, 16 Sep 2017 13:35:32 +1000, Sylvia Else
Post by Sylvia Else
The revelation that Australians are spending $700 million a year on
a) Yes, bottled water.
b) Weight loss supplements that either do nothing, or just make the
problem worse.
c) Diet pills that do nothing.
d) Vitamins and minerals that people are not deficient in anyway.
e) Skin care products that have no effect (disclaimer, I use sorbolene
cream).
f) Homeopathic products.
g) Power saving and fuel saving gadgets that don't actually save anything.
h) Other pointless things that people might mention.
So you think drinking tap water is fine, and that it is of consistent
quality across the nation?
de chucka
2017-09-17 00:42:04 UTC
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Post by Peter Jason
On Sat, 16 Sep 2017 13:35:32 +1000, Sylvia Else
Post by Sylvia Else
The revelation that Australians are spending $700 million a year on
a) Yes, bottled water.
b) Weight loss supplements that either do nothing, or just make the
problem worse.
c) Diet pills that do nothing.
d) Vitamins and minerals that people are not deficient in anyway.
e) Skin care products that have no effect (disclaimer, I use sorbolene
cream).
f) Homeopathic products.
g) Power saving and fuel saving gadgets that don't actually save anything.
h) Other pointless things that people might mention.
So you think drinking tap water is fine, and that it is of consistent
quality across the nation?
It is safe and does the required job but some of it tastes bloody awful
and is soft or as hard as anything.
Jeßus
2017-09-17 00:54:40 UTC
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Post by de chucka
Post by Peter Jason
On Sat, 16 Sep 2017 13:35:32 +1000, Sylvia Else
Post by Sylvia Else
The revelation that Australians are spending $700 million a year on
a) Yes, bottled water.
b) Weight loss supplements that either do nothing, or just make the
problem worse.
c) Diet pills that do nothing.
d) Vitamins and minerals that people are not deficient in anyway.
e) Skin care products that have no effect (disclaimer, I use sorbolene
cream).
f) Homeopathic products.
g) Power saving and fuel saving gadgets that don't actually save anything.
h) Other pointless things that people might mention.
So you think drinking tap water is fine, and that it is of consistent
quality across the nation?
It is safe and does the required job but some of it tastes bloody awful
and is soft or as hard as anything.
When in Australia I very rarely buy bottled water. I'm fortunate to
have pure mountain spring water at home (it's been tested) and also
rainwater. When out and about I either bring my own or usually just
drink coffee :)

But I'd have to be pretty bloody thirsty to drink any tap water, it
taste like shit to me. I don't dispute that in *most* places in
Australia that it's safe to drink.
de chucka
2017-09-17 01:00:11 UTC
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Post by Jeßus
Post by de chucka
Post by Peter Jason
On Sat, 16 Sep 2017 13:35:32 +1000, Sylvia Else
Post by Sylvia Else
The revelation that Australians are spending $700 million a year on
a) Yes, bottled water.
b) Weight loss supplements that either do nothing, or just make the
problem worse.
c) Diet pills that do nothing.
d) Vitamins and minerals that people are not deficient in anyway.
e) Skin care products that have no effect (disclaimer, I use sorbolene
cream).
f) Homeopathic products.
g) Power saving and fuel saving gadgets that don't actually save anything.
h) Other pointless things that people might mention.
So you think drinking tap water is fine, and that it is of consistent
quality across the nation?
It is safe and does the required job but some of it tastes bloody awful
and is soft or as hard as anything.
When in Australia I very rarely buy bottled water. I'm fortunate to
have pure mountain spring water at home (it's been tested) and also
rainwater. When out and about I either bring my own or usually just
drink coffee :)
Same here the bore is a bit high in iron but the blood bank loves it.
The bird shit makes the tank water taste nice
Post by Jeßus
But I'd have to be pretty bloody thirsty to drink any tap water, it
taste like shit to me. I don't dispute that in *most* places in
Australia that it's safe to drink.
I've noticed that when we go into town for a meal. Sydney water tastes
OK but I grew up with it
Jeßus
2017-09-17 23:49:14 UTC
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Post by de chucka
Post by Jeßus
When in Australia I very rarely buy bottled water. I'm fortunate to
have pure mountain spring water at home (it's been tested) and also
rainwater. When out and about I either bring my own or usually just
drink coffee :)
Same here the bore is a bit high in iron but the blood bank loves it.
The bird shit makes the tank water taste nice
Tank water doesn't necessarily have to have much bird shit in it, but
point taken.
Post by de chucka
Post by Jeßus
But I'd have to be pretty bloody thirsty to drink any tap water, it
taste like shit to me. I don't dispute that in *most* places in
Australia that it's safe to drink.
I've noticed that when we go into town for a meal. Sydney water tastes
OK but I grew up with it
Yeah, it very much depends on what you're used to. I figured that much
out from living all over Australia.
Trevor
2017-09-18 04:16:39 UTC
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Post by Jeßus
Post by de chucka
Post by Peter Jason
On Sat, 16 Sep 2017 13:35:32 +1000, Sylvia Else
Post by Sylvia Else
The revelation that Australians are spending $700 million a year on
a) Yes, bottled water.
So you think drinking tap water is fine, and that it is of consistent
quality across the nation?
It is safe and does the required job but some of it tastes bloody awful
and is soft or as hard as anything.
When in Australia I very rarely buy bottled water. I'm fortunate to
have pure mountain spring water at home (it's been tested) and also
rainwater. When out and about I either bring my own or usually just
drink coffee :)
Same here the bore is a bit high in iron but the blood bank loves it.
The bird shit makes the tank water taste nice
And the insect lavae gives you added protein too. Also helps with weight
loss so you won't need those diet pills either! :-)
Just like some city tap waters, a good filter and boiling it will solve
most problems however. Adding a little lemon juice also makes it taste
better IMO, you can keep the bird shit!

Trevor.
Ned Latham
2017-09-17 03:08:54 UTC
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----snip----
Post by de chucka
Post by Jeßus
So you think drinking tap water is fine, and that it is of consistent
quality across the nation?
Nope. Privatisation has made it both expensive and unsafe. But boiling
it fixes the safety factor and reduces the taste problem too.

And if you've got a rainwater tank, you're larfin'.
Post by de chucka
It is safe
Wrong again, moron. Never heard of cryptosporidium?
de chucka
2017-09-17 03:46:32 UTC
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Post by Ned Latham
----snip----
Post by de chucka
Post by Jeßus
So you think drinking tap water is fine, and that it is of consistent
quality across the nation?
Nope. Privatisation has made it both expensive and unsafe.
Bullshit

But boiling
Post by Ned Latham
it fixes the safety factor and reduces the taste problem too.
buy bottled water
Post by Ned Latham
And if you've got a rainwater tank, you're larfin'.
Post by de chucka
It is safe
Wrong again, moron. Never heard of cryptosporidium?
when was the last case from an Australian town water supply at levels
harmful to humans? However saying that the sewerage from down here ends
up in Warragamba
Ned Latham
2017-09-17 04:13:20 UTC
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Post by de chucka
Post by Ned Latham
----snip----
Post by de chucka
Post by Jeßus
So you think drinking tap water is fine, and that it is of consistent
quality across the nation?
Nope. Privatisation has made it both expensive and unsafe.
Bullshit
Compared to what it was before privatisation... Bullshit to you,
you lying maggot.
Post by de chucka
Post by Ned Latham
But boiling it fixes the safety factor and reduces the taste
problem too.
buy bottled water
Fuck you, maggot. I refuse to let those money-grubbing arseholes
intmidate me with substandard services.
Post by de chucka
Post by Ned Latham
And if you've got a rainwater tank, you're larfin'.
Post by de chucka
It is safe
Wrong again, moron. Never heard of cryptosporidium?
when was the last case from an Australian town water supply at levels
harmful to humans?
1998. Sydney. After privatisation.
de chucka
2017-09-17 06:29:02 UTC
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Post by de chucka
Post by Ned Latham
----snip----
Post by de chucka
Post by Jeßus
So you think drinking tap water is fine, and that it is of consistent
quality across the nation?
Nope. Privatisation has made it both expensive and unsafe.
Bullshit
Compared to what it was before privatisation... Bullshit to you,
you lying maggot.
Post by de chucka
Post by Ned Latham
But boiling it fixes the safety factor and reduces the taste
problem too.
buy bottled water
Fuck you, maggot. I refuse to let those money-grubbing arseholes
intmidate me with substandard services.
Post by de chucka
Post by Ned Latham
And if you've got a rainwater tank, you're larfin'.
Post by de chucka
It is safe
Wrong again, moron. Never heard of cryptosporidium?
when was the last case from an Australian town water supply at levels
harmful to humans?
1998. Sydney. After privatisation.
Do your research about cryptosporidium and giardia levels in that crisis'.
Ned Latham
2017-09-17 07:13:46 UTC
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Post by Ned Latham
Post by de chucka
Post by Ned Latham
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Post by de chucka
Post by Jeßus
So you think drinking tap water is fine, and that it is
of consistent quality across the nation?
Nope. Privatisation has made it both expensive and unsafe.
Bullshit
Compared to what it was before privatisation... Bullshit to you,
you lying maggot.
Post by de chucka
Post by Ned Latham
But boiling it fixes the safety factor and reduces the taste
problem too.
buy bottled water
Fuck you, maggot. I refuse to let those money-grubbing arseholes
intmidate me with substandard services.
Post by de chucka
Post by Ned Latham
And if you've got a rainwater tank, you're larfin'.
Post by de chucka
It is safe
Wrong again, moron. Never heard of cryptosporidium?
when was the last case from an Australian town water supply at levels
harmful to humans?
1998. Sydney. After privatisation.
Do your research about cryptosporidium and giardia levels in that crisis'.
No need. Your response tells me about that.
de chucka
2017-09-17 08:20:56 UTC
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Post by Ned Latham
Post by de chucka
Post by Ned Latham
Post by de chucka
Post by Ned Latham
----snip----
Post by de chucka
Post by Jeßus
So you think drinking tap water is fine, and that it is
of consistent quality across the nation?
Nope. Privatisation has made it both expensive and unsafe.
Bullshit
Compared to what it was before privatisation... Bullshit to you,
you lying maggot.
Post by de chucka
Post by Ned Latham
But boiling it fixes the safety factor and reduces the taste
problem too.
buy bottled water
Fuck you, maggot. I refuse to let those money-grubbing arseholes
intmidate me with substandard services.
Post by de chucka
Post by Ned Latham
And if you've got a rainwater tank, you're larfin'.
Post by de chucka
It is safe
Wrong again, moron. Never heard of cryptosporidium?
when was the last case from an Australian town water supply at levels
harmful to humans?
1998. Sydney. After privatisation.
Do your research about cryptosporidium and giardia levels in that crisis'.
No need. Your response tells me about that.
You screwed up again and btw Sydney Water wasn't privatised
Ned Latham
2017-09-17 09:11:04 UTC
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Post by Ned Latham
Post by de chucka
Post by Ned Latham
Post by de chucka
Post by Ned Latham
----snip----
Post by de chucka
Post by Jeßus
So you think drinking tap water is fine, and that it is
of consistent quality across the nation?
Nope. Privatisation has made it both expensive and unsafe.
Bullshit
Compared to what it was before privatisation... Bullshit to you,
you lying maggot.
Post by de chucka
Post by Ned Latham
But boiling it fixes the safety factor and reduces the taste
problem too.
buy bottled water
Fuck you, maggot. I refuse to let those money-grubbing arseholes
intmidate me with substandard services.
Post by de chucka
Post by Ned Latham
And if you've got a rainwater tank, you're larfin'.
Post by de chucka
It is safe
Wrong again, moron. Never heard of cryptosporidium?
when was the last case from an Australian town water supply at levels
harmful to humans?
1998. Sydney. After privatisation.
Do your research about cryptosporidium and giardia levels in that crisis'.
No need. Your response tells me about that.
You screwed up again
No, you did. The contamination found was low level, but it wasn't
found by Sydney Water, and that caused an almighy kerfuffle, because
it showed that their operation of the supply was unsafe. The CEO and
others lost their jobs over it.

You can weasel about "at levels harmful to humans", but the levels
found signalled exactly that. Higher levels were forestalled by
the discovery.
Post by de chucka
and btw Sydney Water wasn't privatised
Look again, moron.
Ned Latham
2017-09-17 09:22:35 UTC
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Post by de chucka
Post by Ned Latham
Post by de chucka
Post by Ned Latham
Post by de chucka
Post by Ned Latham
----snip----
Post by de chucka
Post by Jeßus
So you think drinking tap water is fine, and that it is
of consistent quality across the nation?
Nope. Privatisation has made it both expensive and unsafe.
Bullshit
Compared to what it was before privatisation... Bullshit to you,
you lying maggot.
Post by de chucka
Post by Ned Latham
But boiling it fixes the safety factor and reduces the taste
problem too.
buy bottled water
Fuck you, maggot. I refuse to let those money-grubbing arseholes
intmidate me with substandard services.
Post by de chucka
Post by Ned Latham
And if you've got a rainwater tank, you're larfin'.
Post by de chucka
It is safe
Wrong again, moron. Never heard of cryptosporidium?
when was the last case from an Australian town water
supply at levels harmful to humans?
1998. Sydney. After privatisation.
Do your research about cryptosporidium and giardia levels in that crisis'.
No need. Your response tells me about that.
You screwed up again
No, you did. The contamination found was low level, but it wasn't
found by Sydney Water, and that caused an almighy kerfuffle, because
it showed that their operation of the supply was unsafe. The CEO and
others lost their jobs over it.
You can weasel about "at levels harmful to humans", but the levels
found signalled exactly that. Higher levels were forestalled by
the discovery.
Post by de chucka
and btw Sydney Water wasn't privatised
Look again, moron.
I checked. You're right: it hasn't been privatised.
de chucka
2017-09-17 20:10:08 UTC
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Post by de chucka
Post by Ned Latham
Post by de chucka
Post by Ned Latham
Post by de chucka
Post by Ned Latham
----snip----
Post by de chucka
Post by Jeßus
So you think drinking tap water is fine, and that it is
of consistent quality across the nation?
Nope. Privatisation has made it both expensive and unsafe.
Bullshit
Compared to what it was before privatisation... Bullshit to you,
you lying maggot.
Post by de chucka
Post by Ned Latham
But boiling it fixes the safety factor and reduces the taste
problem too.
buy bottled water
Fuck you, maggot. I refuse to let those money-grubbing arseholes
intmidate me with substandard services.
Post by de chucka
Post by Ned Latham
And if you've got a rainwater tank, you're larfin'.
Post by de chucka
It is safe
Wrong again, moron. Never heard of cryptosporidium?
when was the last case from an Australian town water supply at levels
harmful to humans?
1998. Sydney. After privatisation.
Do your research about cryptosporidium and giardia levels in that crisis'.
No need. Your response tells me about that.
You screwed up again
No, you did. The contamination found was low level, but it wasn't
found by Sydney Water,
BS McClennan, Peter (19 August 1998). "Sydney Water Inquiry: Possible
Causes of Contamination" (PDF) (First Interim Report ed.). Sydney: NSW
Premier's Department. ISBN 0-7313-3108-7.
and that caused an almighy kerfuffle, because
Post by Ned Latham
it showed that their operation of the supply was unsafe. The CEO and
others lost their jobs over it.
Because they stuffed up with the you need to boil your water comments
Post by Ned Latham
You can weasel about "at levels harmful to humans", but the levels
found signalled exactly that. Higher levels were forestalled by
the discovery.
their are levels there all the time The levels were not dangerous
Post by Ned Latham
Post by de chucka
and btw Sydney Water wasn't privatised
It is owned by the gpvorment
Post by Ned Latham
Look again, moron.
Ned Latham
2017-09-17 21:12:12 UTC
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Post by de chucka
Post by Ned Latham
Post by de chucka
Post by Ned Latham
Post by de chucka
Do your research about cryptosporidium and giardia levels in that crisis'.
No need. Your response tells me about that.
You screwed up again
No, you did. The contamination found was low level, but it wasn't
found by Sydney Water,
BS McClennan, Peter (19 August 1998). "Sydney Water Inquiry: Possible
Causes of Contamination" (PDF) (First Interim Report ed.). Sydney: NSW
Premier's Department. ISBN 0-7313-3108-7.
So they got on it after it was pointed out to them. So what?
FMurtz
2017-09-17 13:45:01 UTC
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Post by Ned Latham
Post by de chucka
Post by Ned Latham
----snip----
Post by de chucka
Post by Jeßus
So you think drinking tap water is fine, and that it is of consistent
quality across the nation?
Nope. Privatisation has made it both expensive and unsafe.
Bullshit
Compared to what it was before privatisation... Bullshit to you,
you lying maggot.
Post by de chucka
Post by Ned Latham
But boiling it fixes the safety factor and reduces the taste
problem too.
buy bottled water
Fuck you, maggot. I refuse to let those money-grubbing arseholes
intmidate me with substandard services.
Post by de chucka
Post by Ned Latham
And if you've got a rainwater tank, you're larfin'.
Post by de chucka
It is safe
Wrong again, moron. Never heard of cryptosporidium?
when was the last case from an Australian town water supply at levels
harmful to humans?
1998. Sydney. After privatisation.
Do your research about cryptosporidium and giardia levels in that crisis'.
I drank tap water through that crisis (The little tapwater that I drink)
I never drink bottled water.
Rod Speed
2017-09-17 19:32:15 UTC
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Post by FMurtz
Post by de chucka
Post by Ned Latham
Post by de chucka
Post by Ned Latham
----snip----
Post by de chucka
Post by Jeßus
So you think drinking tap water is fine, and that it is of consistent
quality across the nation?
Nope. Privatisation has made it both expensive and unsafe.
Bullshit
Compared to what it was before privatisation... Bullshit to you,
you lying maggot.
Post by de chucka
Post by Ned Latham
But boiling it fixes the safety factor and reduces the taste
problem too.
buy bottled water
Fuck you, maggot. I refuse to let those money-grubbing arseholes
intmidate me with substandard services.
Post by de chucka
Post by Ned Latham
And if you've got a rainwater tank, you're larfin'.
Post by de chucka
It is safe
Wrong again, moron. Never heard of cryptosporidium?
when was the last case from an Australian town water supply at levels
harmful to humans?
1998. Sydney. After privatisation.
Do your research about cryptosporidium and giardia levels in that crisis'.
I drank tap water through that crisis
That explains everything.
Rod Speed
2017-09-17 05:37:59 UTC
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Post by Sylvia Else
The revelation that Australians are spending $700 million a year on
a) Yes, bottled water.
b) Weight loss supplements that either do nothing, or just make the
problem worse.
c) Diet pills that do nothing.
d) Vitamins and minerals that people are not deficient in anyway.
e) Skin care products that have no effect (disclaimer, I use sorbolene
cream).
f) Homeopathic products.
g) Power saving and fuel saving gadgets that don't actually save anything.
h) Other pointless things that people might mention.
So you think drinking tap water is fine,
Yep, I do, every single day.
Post by Peter Jason
and that it is of consistent quality across the nation?
No one was ever actually stupid enough to say anything even remotely like
that.

It is however safe to drink almost everywhere.
Trevor
2017-09-18 04:09:02 UTC
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On Sat, 16 Sep 2017 13:35:32 +1000, Sylvia Else
Post by Sylvia Else
The revelation that Australians are spending $700 million a year on
a) Yes, bottled water.
So you think drinking tap water is fine, and that it is of consistent
quality across the nation?
IF you live in a state with poor water quality, it is FAR cheaper to
filter and boil it than BUY overpriced water. And in in some cities many
bottled waters are actually WORSE according to properly conducted tests!
Only bottled water I buy is real distilled water, but not to drink!

Trevor.
Jeßus
2017-09-19 00:30:52 UTC
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Post by Peter Jason
On Sat, 16 Sep 2017 13:35:32 +1000, Sylvia Else
Post by Sylvia Else
The revelation that Australians are spending $700 million a year on
a) Yes, bottled water.
So you think drinking tap water is fine, and that it is of consistent
quality across the nation?
IF you live in a state with poor water quality, it is FAR cheaper to
filter and boil it than BUY overpriced water.
I never argued otherwise. The only time I buy bottled water is when in
certain countries.
Post by Trevor
And in in some cities many
bottled waters are actually WORSE according to properly conducted tests!
Only bottled water I buy is real distilled water, but not to drink!
OK. That's fine is you have the water with you, wherever that might
be.
Peter Jason
2017-09-19 02:49:45 UTC
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Post by Trevor
Post by Peter Jason
On Sat, 16 Sep 2017 13:35:32 +1000, Sylvia Else
Post by Sylvia Else
The revelation that Australians are spending $700 million a year on
a) Yes, bottled water.
So you think drinking tap water is fine, and that it is of consistent
quality across the nation?
IF you live in a state with poor water quality, it is FAR cheaper to
filter and boil it than BUY overpriced water.
I never argued otherwise. The only time I buy bottled water is when in
certain countries.
Post by Trevor
And in in some cities many
bottled waters are actually WORSE according to properly conducted tests!
Only bottled water I buy is real distilled water, but not to drink!
OK. That's fine is you have the water with you, wherever that might
be.
Why go overseas at all? Besides being ripped off by the incumbent
gypsies, there's steerage-travel, jetlag, inclement weather, rude
people (especially in France where their on the Rodney level) not to
mention the heinous expense! If you must go overseas, go and work
there for 3 years: this will allow acclimatization to the weather, the
fauna, the people, the customs, the tricks and rackets, the diseases
and other objets delicieux too numerous to mention, all which whet the
appetite for a speedy return to Oz.
de chucka
2017-09-19 03:37:02 UTC
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Post by Peter Jason
Post by Jeßus
Post by Trevor
Post by Peter Jason
On Sat, 16 Sep 2017 13:35:32 +1000, Sylvia Else
Post by Sylvia Else
The revelation that Australians are spending $700 million a year on
a) Yes, bottled water.
So you think drinking tap water is fine, and that it is of consistent
quality across the nation?
IF you live in a state with poor water quality, it is FAR cheaper to
filter and boil it than BUY overpriced water.
I never argued otherwise. The only time I buy bottled water is when in
certain countries.
Post by Trevor
And in in some cities many
bottled waters are actually WORSE according to properly conducted tests!
Only bottled water I buy is real distilled water, but not to drink!
OK. That's fine is you have the water with you, wherever that might
be.
Why go overseas at all? Besides being ripped off by the incumbent
gypsies, there's steerage-travel, jetlag, inclement weather, rude
people (especially in France where their on the Rodney level) not to
mention the heinous expense!
It is enjoyable same as travel within Australia.

snip
Jeßus
2017-09-19 10:26:22 UTC
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Post by Trevor
Post by Peter Jason
On Sat, 16 Sep 2017 13:35:32 +1000, Sylvia Else
Post by Sylvia Else
The revelation that Australians are spending $700 million a year on
a) Yes, bottled water.
So you think drinking tap water is fine, and that it is of consistent
quality across the nation?
IF you live in a state with poor water quality, it is FAR cheaper to
filter and boil it than BUY overpriced water.
I never argued otherwise. The only time I buy bottled water is when in
certain countries.
Post by Trevor
And in in some cities many
bottled waters are actually WORSE according to properly conducted tests!
Only bottled water I buy is real distilled water, but not to drink!
OK. That's fine is you have the water with you, wherever that might
be.
Why go overseas at all? Besides being ripped off by the incumbent
gypsies, there's steerage-travel, jetlag, inclement weather, rude
people (especially in France where their on the Rodney level) not to
mention the heinous expense! If you must go overseas, go and work
there for 3 years: this will allow acclimatization to the weather, the
fauna, the people, the customs, the tricks and rackets, the diseases
and other objets delicieux too numerous to mention, all which whet the
appetite for a speedy return to Oz.
I can never tell if you're actually serious or not... I hope for your
sake, this is just your odd sense of humour at work.

But anyway... traveling overseas is great because:

1: touring Australia is extremely expensive
2: I've seen pretty much all of it ad nauseam
3: I'm bored shitless/contemptuous of most things Australian these
days
4: I want to experience new things

K?
Peter Jason
2017-09-19 21:55:31 UTC
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Post by Peter Jason
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Post by Trevor
Post by Peter Jason
On Sat, 16 Sep 2017 13:35:32 +1000, Sylvia Else
Post by Sylvia Else
The revelation that Australians are spending $700 million a year on
a) Yes, bottled water.
So you think drinking tap water is fine, and that it is of consistent
quality across the nation?
IF you live in a state with poor water quality, it is FAR cheaper to
filter and boil it than BUY overpriced water.
I never argued otherwise. The only time I buy bottled water is when in
certain countries.
Post by Trevor
And in in some cities many
bottled waters are actually WORSE according to properly conducted tests!
Only bottled water I buy is real distilled water, but not to drink!
OK. That's fine is you have the water with you, wherever that might
be.
Why go overseas at all? Besides being ripped off by the incumbent
gypsies, there's steerage-travel, jetlag, inclement weather, rude
people (especially in France where their on the Rodney level) not to
mention the heinous expense! If you must go overseas, go and work
there for 3 years: this will allow acclimatization to the weather, the
fauna, the people, the customs, the tricks and rackets, the diseases
and other objets delicieux too numerous to mention, all which whet the
appetite for a speedy return to Oz.
I can never tell if you're actually serious or not... I hope for your
sake, this is just your odd sense of humour at work.
1: touring Australia is extremely expensive
2: I've seen pretty much all of it ad nauseam
3: I'm bored shitless/contemptuous of most things Australian these
days
4: I want to experience new things
K?
The obsession of Ozzites to travel and spend money overseas probably
far exceeds the cost of bottled water. The following two things are
often confused...

1/ Want
2/ Need.

The promotion of travelogues on TV (in which everyone is smiling, and
the weather is always sunny) is an outrage bordering on sedition given
these travelers have families and mortgages. Mortgage stress? Stay
off aero planes!
de chucka
2017-09-19 22:30:51 UTC
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Post by Peter Jason
Post by Jeßus
Post by Peter Jason
Post by Jeßus
Post by Trevor
Post by Peter Jason
On Sat, 16 Sep 2017 13:35:32 +1000, Sylvia Else
Post by Sylvia Else
The revelation that Australians are spending $700 million a year on
a) Yes, bottled water.
So you think drinking tap water is fine, and that it is of consistent
quality across the nation?
IF you live in a state with poor water quality, it is FAR cheaper to
filter and boil it than BUY overpriced water.
I never argued otherwise. The only time I buy bottled water is when in
certain countries.
Post by Trevor
And in in some cities many
bottled waters are actually WORSE according to properly conducted tests!
Only bottled water I buy is real distilled water, but not to drink!
OK. That's fine is you have the water with you, wherever that might
be.
Why go overseas at all? Besides being ripped off by the incumbent
gypsies, there's steerage-travel, jetlag, inclement weather, rude
people (especially in France where their on the Rodney level) not to
mention the heinous expense! If you must go overseas, go and work
there for 3 years: this will allow acclimatization to the weather, the
fauna, the people, the customs, the tricks and rackets, the diseases
and other objets delicieux too numerous to mention, all which whet the
appetite for a speedy return to Oz.
I can never tell if you're actually serious or not... I hope for your
sake, this is just your odd sense of humour at work.
1: touring Australia is extremely expensive
2: I've seen pretty much all of it ad nauseam
3: I'm bored shitless/contemptuous of most things Australian these
days
4: I want to experience new things
K?
The obsession of Ozzites to travel and spend money overseas probably
far exceeds the cost of bottled water. The following two things are
often confused...
1/ Want
I now want to travel O/S it is a great experience
Post by Peter Jason
2/ Need.
In the past I needed to travel O?S not the much fun endless similar
hotels and maybe a day or two looking around a major city
Post by Peter Jason
The promotion of travelogues on TV (in which everyone is smiling, and
the weather is always sunny) is an outrage bordering on sedition given
these travelers have families and mortgages. Mortgage stress? Stay
off aero planes!
I can well afford it and enjoy it so don't put people down just because
you don't want to do something/can't afford it.
Jeßus
2017-09-20 01:05:53 UTC
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Post by Peter Jason
Post by Jeßus
Post by Peter Jason
Post by Jeßus
Post by Trevor
Post by Peter Jason
On Sat, 16 Sep 2017 13:35:32 +1000, Sylvia Else
Post by Sylvia Else
The revelation that Australians are spending $700 million a year on
a) Yes, bottled water.
So you think drinking tap water is fine, and that it is of consistent
quality across the nation?
IF you live in a state with poor water quality, it is FAR cheaper to
filter and boil it than BUY overpriced water.
I never argued otherwise. The only time I buy bottled water is when in
certain countries.
Post by Trevor
And in in some cities many
bottled waters are actually WORSE according to properly conducted tests!
Only bottled water I buy is real distilled water, but not to drink!
OK. That's fine is you have the water with you, wherever that might
be.
Why go overseas at all? Besides being ripped off by the incumbent
gypsies, there's steerage-travel, jetlag, inclement weather, rude
people (especially in France where their on the Rodney level) not to
mention the heinous expense! If you must go overseas, go and work
there for 3 years: this will allow acclimatization to the weather, the
fauna, the people, the customs, the tricks and rackets, the diseases
and other objets delicieux too numerous to mention, all which whet the
appetite for a speedy return to Oz.
I can never tell if you're actually serious or not... I hope for your
sake, this is just your odd sense of humour at work.
1: touring Australia is extremely expensive
2: I've seen pretty much all of it ad nauseam
3: I'm bored shitless/contemptuous of most things Australian these
days
4: I want to experience new things
K?
The obsession of Ozzites to travel and spend money overseas probably
far exceeds the cost of bottled water. The following two things are
often confused...
1/ Want
I now want to travel O/S it is a great experience
Post by Peter Jason
2/ Need.
In the past I needed to travel O?S not the much fun endless similar
hotels and maybe a day or two looking around a major city
Post by Peter Jason
The promotion of travelogues on TV (in which everyone is smiling, and
the weather is always sunny) is an outrage bordering on sedition given
these travelers have families and mortgages. Mortgage stress? Stay
off aero planes!
I can well afford it and enjoy it so don't put people down just because
you don't want to do something/can't afford it.
It's never been cheaper to travel overseas. I'm coming around to the
idea of living part-time in Aus and Asia at this stage too, as a long
term goal.
de chucka
2017-09-20 01:36:08 UTC
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Post by de chucka
Post by Peter Jason
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Post by Peter Jason
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Post by Trevor
Post by Peter Jason
On Sat, 16 Sep 2017 13:35:32 +1000, Sylvia Else
Post by Sylvia Else
The revelation that Australians are spending $700 million a year on
a) Yes, bottled water.
So you think drinking tap water is fine, and that it is of consistent
quality across the nation?
IF you live in a state with poor water quality, it is FAR cheaper to
filter and boil it than BUY overpriced water.
I never argued otherwise. The only time I buy bottled water is when in
certain countries.
Post by Trevor
And in in some cities many
bottled waters are actually WORSE according to properly conducted tests!
Only bottled water I buy is real distilled water, but not to drink!
OK. That's fine is you have the water with you, wherever that might
be.
Why go overseas at all? Besides being ripped off by the incumbent
gypsies, there's steerage-travel, jetlag, inclement weather, rude
people (especially in France where their on the Rodney level) not to
mention the heinous expense! If you must go overseas, go and work
there for 3 years: this will allow acclimatization to the weather, the
fauna, the people, the customs, the tricks and rackets, the diseases
and other objets delicieux too numerous to mention, all which whet the
appetite for a speedy return to Oz.
I can never tell if you're actually serious or not... I hope for your
sake, this is just your odd sense of humour at work.
1: touring Australia is extremely expensive
2: I've seen pretty much all of it ad nauseam
3: I'm bored shitless/contemptuous of most things Australian these
days
4: I want to experience new things
K?
The obsession of Ozzites to travel and spend money overseas probably
far exceeds the cost of bottled water. The following two things are
often confused...
1/ Want
I now want to travel O/S it is a great experience
Post by Peter Jason
2/ Need.
In the past I needed to travel O?S not the much fun endless similar
hotels and maybe a day or two looking around a major city
Post by Peter Jason
The promotion of travelogues on TV (in which everyone is smiling, and
the weather is always sunny) is an outrage bordering on sedition given
these travelers have families and mortgages. Mortgage stress? Stay
off aero planes!
I can well afford it and enjoy it so don't put people down just because
you don't want to do something/can't afford it.
It's never been cheaper to travel overseas. I'm coming around to the
idea of living part-time in Aus and Asia at this stage too, as a long
term goal.
It is cheaper to get to Asia then Alice Springs, Broome or the
Whitsundays on a decent airline
Jeßus
2017-09-20 01:39:24 UTC
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On Sat, 16 Sep 2017 13:35:32 +1000, Sylvia Else
Post by Sylvia Else
The revelation that Australians are spending $700 million a year on
a) Yes, bottled water.
So you think drinking tap water is fine, and that it is of consistent
quality across the nation?
IF you live in a state with poor water quality, it is FAR cheaper to
filter and boil it than BUY overpriced water.
I never argued otherwise. The only time I buy bottled water is when in
certain countries.
Post by Trevor
And in in some cities many
bottled waters are actually WORSE according to properly conducted tests!
Only bottled water I buy is real distilled water, but not to drink!
OK. That's fine is you have the water with you, wherever that might
be.
Why go overseas at all? Besides being ripped off by the incumbent
gypsies, there's steerage-travel, jetlag, inclement weather, rude
people (especially in France where their on the Rodney level) not to
mention the heinous expense! If you must go overseas, go and work
there for 3 years: this will allow acclimatization to the weather, the
fauna, the people, the customs, the tricks and rackets, the diseases
and other objets delicieux too numerous to mention, all which whet the
appetite for a speedy return to Oz.
I can never tell if you're actually serious or not... I hope for your
sake, this is just your odd sense of humour at work.
1: touring Australia is extremely expensive
2: I've seen pretty much all of it ad nauseam
3: I'm bored shitless/contemptuous of most things Australian these
days
4: I want to experience new things
K?
The obsession of Ozzites to travel and spend money overseas probably
far exceeds the cost of bottled water. The following two things are
often confused...
1/ Want
I now want to travel O/S it is a great experience
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2/ Need.
In the past I needed to travel O?S not the much fun endless similar
hotels and maybe a day or two looking around a major city
Post by Peter Jason
The promotion of travelogues on TV (in which everyone is smiling, and
the weather is always sunny) is an outrage bordering on sedition given
these travelers have families and mortgages. Mortgage stress? Stay
off aero planes!
I can well afford it and enjoy it so don't put people down just because
you don't want to do something/can't afford it.
It's never been cheaper to travel overseas. I'm coming around to the
idea of living part-time in Aus and Asia at this stage too, as a long
term goal.
It is cheaper to get to Asia then Alice Springs, Broome or the
Whitsundays on a decent airline
Yep. I'm paying AUD$18 a night for a double room right now too. Air
con, super fast wifi etc... See if you can do that in Australia.
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On Sat, 16 Sep 2017 13:35:32 +1000, Sylvia Else
Post by Sylvia Else
The revelation that Australians are spending $700 million a year on
a) Yes, bottled water.
So you think drinking tap water is fine, and that it is of consistent
quality across the nation?
IF you live in a state with poor water quality, it is FAR cheaper to
filter and boil it than BUY overpriced water.
I never argued otherwise. The only time I buy bottled water is when in
certain countries.
Post by Trevor
And in in some cities many
bottled waters are actually WORSE according to properly conducted tests!
Only bottled water I buy is real distilled water, but not to drink!
OK. That's fine is you have the water with you, wherever that might
be.
Why go overseas at all? Besides being ripped off by the incumbent
gypsies, there's steerage-travel, jetlag, inclement weather, rude
people (especially in France where their on the Rodney level) not to
mention the heinous expense! If you must go overseas, go and work
there for 3 years: this will allow acclimatization to the weather, the
fauna, the people, the customs, the tricks and rackets, the diseases
and other objets delicieux too numerous to mention, all which whet the
appetite for a speedy return to Oz.
I can never tell if you're actually serious or not... I hope for your
sake, this is just your odd sense of humour at work.
1: touring Australia is extremely expensive
2: I've seen pretty much all of it ad nauseam
3: I'm bored shitless/contemptuous of most things Australian these
days
4: I want to experience new things
K?
The obsession of Ozzites to travel and spend money overseas probably
far exceeds the cost of bottled water. The following two things are
often confused...
1/ Want
I now want to travel O/S it is a great experience
Post by Peter Jason
2/ Need.
In the past I needed to travel O?S not the much fun endless similar
hotels and maybe a day or two looking around a major city
Post by Peter Jason
The promotion of travelogues on TV (in which everyone is smiling, and
the weather is always sunny) is an outrage bordering on sedition given
these travelers have families and mortgages. Mortgage stress? Stay
off aero planes!
I can well afford it and enjoy it so don't put people down just because
you don't want to do something/can't afford it.
It's never been cheaper to travel overseas. I'm coming around to the
idea of living part-time in Aus and Asia at this stage too, as a long
term goal.
It is cheaper to get to Asia then Alice Springs, Broome or the
Whitsundays on a decent airline
Yep. I'm paying AUD$18 a night for a double room right now too.
Where about?

Air
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con, super fast wifi etc... See if you can do that in Australia.
I love diving but it is cheaper to dive the Pacific Island then the
Great Barrier Reef of Ningaloo Doesn't stop me diving those but I know a
lot of people who take there money off shore because of the cost.
Apparently true of skiers as well
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On Sat, 16 Sep 2017 13:35:32 +1000, Sylvia Else
Post by Sylvia Else
The revelation that Australians are spending $700 million a year on
a) Yes, bottled water.
So you think drinking tap water is fine, and that it is of consistent
quality across the nation?
IF you live in a state with poor water quality, it is FAR cheaper to
filter and boil it than BUY overpriced water.
I never argued otherwise. The only time I buy bottled water is when in
certain countries.
Post by Trevor
And in in some cities many
bottled waters are actually WORSE according to properly conducted tests!
Only bottled water I buy is real distilled water, but not to drink!
OK. That's fine is you have the water with you, wherever that might
be.
Why go overseas at all? Besides being ripped off by the incumbent
gypsies, there's steerage-travel, jetlag, inclement weather, rude
people (especially in France where their on the Rodney level) not to
mention the heinous expense! If you must go overseas, go and work
there for 3 years: this will allow acclimatization to the weather, the
fauna, the people, the customs, the tricks and rackets, the diseases
and other objets delicieux too numerous to mention, all which whet the
appetite for a speedy return to Oz.
I can never tell if you're actually serious or not... I hope for your
sake, this is just your odd sense of humour at work.
1: touring Australia is extremely expensive
2: I've seen pretty much all of it ad nauseam
3: I'm bored shitless/contemptuous of most things Australian these
days
4: I want to experience new things
K?
The obsession of Ozzites to travel and spend money overseas probably
far exceeds the cost of bottled water. The following two things are
often confused...
1/ Want
I now want to travel O/S it is a great experience
Post by Peter Jason
2/ Need.
In the past I needed to travel O?S not the much fun endless similar
hotels and maybe a day or two looking around a major city
Post by Peter Jason
The promotion of travelogues on TV (in which everyone is smiling, and
the weather is always sunny) is an outrage bordering on sedition given
these travelers have families and mortgages. Mortgage stress? Stay
off aero planes!
I can well afford it and enjoy it so don't put people down just because
you don't want to do something/can't afford it.
It's never been cheaper to travel overseas. I'm coming around to the
idea of living part-time in Aus and Asia at this stage too, as a long
term goal.
It is cheaper to get to Asia then Alice Springs, Broome or the
Whitsundays on a decent airline
Yep. I'm paying AUD$18 a night for a double room right now too.
Where about?
Korat, Thailand. Paid around AUD$35 for same in Bangkok and Chaing
Mai.
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I love diving but it is cheaper to dive the Pacific Island then the
Great Barrier Reef of Ningaloo Doesn't stop me diving those but I know a
lot of people who take there money off shore because of the cost.
Apparently true of skiers as well
Would not surprise me in the least.
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On Sat, 16 Sep 2017 13:35:32 +1000, Sylvia Else
Post by Sylvia Else
The revelation that Australians are spending $700 million a year on
a) Yes, bottled water.
So you think drinking tap water is fine, and that it is of consistent
quality across the nation?
IF you live in a state with poor water quality, it is FAR cheaper to
filter and boil it than BUY overpriced water.
I never argued otherwise. The only time I buy bottled water is when in
certain countries.
Post by Trevor
And in in some cities many
bottled waters are actually WORSE according to properly conducted tests!
Only bottled water I buy is real distilled water, but not to drink!
OK. That's fine is you have the water with you, wherever that might
be.
Why go overseas at all? Besides being ripped off by the incumbent
gypsies, there's steerage-travel, jetlag, inclement weather, rude
people (especially in France where their on the Rodney level) not to
mention the heinous expense! If you must go overseas, go and work
there for 3 years: this will allow acclimatization to the weather, the
fauna, the people, the customs, the tricks and rackets, the diseases
and other objets delicieux too numerous to mention, all which whet the
appetite for a speedy return to Oz.
I can never tell if you're actually serious or not... I hope for your
sake, this is just your odd sense of humour at work.
1: touring Australia is extremely expensive
2: I've seen pretty much all of it ad nauseam
3: I'm bored shitless/contemptuous of most things Australian these
days
4: I want to experience new things
K?
The obsession of Ozzites to travel and spend money overseas probably
far exceeds the cost of bottled water. The following two things are
often confused...
1/ Want
I now want to travel O/S it is a great experience
Post by Peter Jason
2/ Need.
In the past I needed to travel O?S not the much fun endless similar
hotels and maybe a day or two looking around a major city
Post by Peter Jason
The promotion of travelogues on TV (in which everyone is smiling, and
the weather is always sunny) is an outrage bordering on sedition given
these travelers have families and mortgages. Mortgage stress? Stay
off aero planes!
I can well afford it and enjoy it so don't put people down just because
you don't want to do something/can't afford it.
It's never been cheaper to travel overseas. I'm coming around to the
idea of living part-time in Aus and Asia at this stage too, as a long
term goal.
It is cheaper to get to Asia then Alice Springs, Broome or the
Whitsundays on a decent airline
Yep. I'm paying AUD$18 a night for a double room right now too.
Where about?
Korat, Thailand. Paid around AUD$35 for same in Bangkok and Chaing
Mai.
Have fun
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I love diving but it is cheaper to dive the Pacific Island then the
Great Barrier Reef of Ningaloo Doesn't stop me diving those but I know a
lot of people who take there money off shore because of the cost.
Apparently true of skiers as well
Would not surprise me in the least.
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Yep. I'm paying AUD$18 a night for a double room right now too.
Where about?
Korat, Thailand. Paid around AUD$35 for same in Bangkok and Chaing
Mai.
Have fun
Thanks, I am :)
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On Sat, 16 Sep 2017 13:35:32 +1000, Sylvia Else
Post by Sylvia Else
The revelation that Australians are spending $700 million a year on
a) Yes, bottled water.
So you think drinking tap water is fine, and that it is of consistent
quality across the nation?
IF you live in a state with poor water quality, it is FAR cheaper to
filter and boil it than BUY overpriced water.
I never argued otherwise. The only time I buy bottled water is when in
certain countries.
Post by Trevor
And in in some cities many
bottled waters are actually WORSE according to properly conducted tests!
Only bottled water I buy is real distilled water, but not to drink!
OK. That's fine is you have the water with you, wherever that might
be.
Why go overseas at all? Besides being ripped off by the incumbent
gypsies, there's steerage-travel, jetlag, inclement weather, rude
people (especially in France where their on the Rodney level) not to
mention the heinous expense! If you must go overseas, go and work
there for 3 years: this will allow acclimatization to the weather, the
fauna, the people, the customs, the tricks and rackets, the diseases
and other objets delicieux too numerous to mention, all which whet the
appetite for a speedy return to Oz.
I can never tell if you're actually serious or not... I hope for your
sake, this is just your odd sense of humour at work.
1: touring Australia is extremely expensive
2: I've seen pretty much all of it ad nauseam
3: I'm bored shitless/contemptuous of most things Australian these
days
4: I want to experience new things
K?
The obsession of Ozzites to travel and spend money overseas probably
far exceeds the cost of bottled water. The following two things are
often confused...
1/ Want
2/ Need.
The promotion of travelogues on TV (in which everyone is smiling, and
the weather is always sunny) is an outrage bordering on sedition given
these travelers have families and mortgages. Mortgage stress? Stay
off aero planes!
I have no mortgage, or watch TV for that matter. I also cannot ever
seem to understand your POV on virtually anything.
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On Sat, 16 Sep 2017 13:35:32 +1000, Sylvia Else
Post by Sylvia Else
The revelation that Australians are spending $700 million a year on
a) Yes, bottled water.
So you think drinking tap water is fine, and that it is of consistent
quality across the nation?
IF you live in a state with poor water quality, it is FAR cheaper to
filter and boil it than BUY overpriced water.
I never argued otherwise. The only time I buy bottled water is when in
certain countries.
Post by Trevor
And in in some cities many
bottled waters are actually WORSE according to properly conducted tests!
Only bottled water I buy is real distilled water, but not to drink!
OK. That's fine is you have the water with you, wherever that might
be.
Why go overseas at all? Besides being ripped off by the incumbent
gypsies, there's steerage-travel, jetlag, inclement weather, rude
people (especially in France where their on the Rodney level) not to
mention the heinous expense! If you must go overseas, go and work
there for 3 years: this will allow acclimatization to the weather, the
fauna, the people, the customs, the tricks and rackets, the diseases
and other objets delicieux too numerous to mention, all which whet the
appetite for a speedy return to Oz.
I can never tell if you're actually serious or not... I hope for your
sake, this is just your odd sense of humour at work.
1: touring Australia is extremely expensive
2: I've seen pretty much all of it ad nauseam
3: I'm bored shitless/contemptuous of most things Australian these
days
4: I want to experience new things
K?
The obsession of Ozzites to travel and spend money overseas probably
far exceeds the cost of bottled water. The following two things are
often confused...
1/ Want
2/ Need.
The promotion of travelogues on TV (in which everyone is smiling, and
the weather is always sunny) is an outrage bordering on sedition given
these travelers have families and mortgages. Mortgage stress? Stay
off aero planes!
I have no mortgage, or watch TV for that matter. I also cannot ever
seem to understand your POV on virtually anything.
What's "POV"? Perfectly Obvious Virtue?
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I have no mortgage, or watch TV for that matter. I also cannot ever
seem to understand your POV on virtually anything.
What's "POV"? Perfectly Obvious Virtue?
Wow, you mean you can't even search the net for POV to find "point of
view"? Or just too lazy?

Trevor.
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On Sat, 16 Sep 2017 13:35:32 +1000, Sylvia Else
Post by Sylvia Else
The revelation that Australians are spending $700 million a year on
a) Yes, bottled water.
So you think drinking tap water is fine, and that it is of consistent
quality across the nation?
IF you live in a state with poor water quality, it is FAR cheaper to
filter and boil it than BUY overpriced water.
I never argued otherwise. The only time I buy bottled water is when in
certain countries.
Post by Trevor
And in in some cities many
bottled waters are actually WORSE according to properly conducted tests!
Only bottled water I buy is real distilled water, but not to drink!
OK. That's fine is you have the water with you, wherever that might
be.
Why go overseas at all? Besides being ripped off by the incumbent
gypsies, there's steerage-travel, jetlag, inclement weather, rude
people (especially in France where their on the Rodney level) not to
mention the heinous expense! If you must go overseas, go and work
there for 3 years: this will allow acclimatization to the weather, the
fauna, the people, the customs, the tricks and rackets, the diseases
and other objets delicieux too numerous to mention, all which whet the
appetite for a speedy return to Oz.
I can never tell if you're actually serious or not... I hope for your
sake, this is just your odd sense of humour at work.
1: touring Australia is extremely expensive
2: I've seen pretty much all of it ad nauseam
3: I'm bored shitless/contemptuous of most things Australian these
days
4: I want to experience new things
K?
The obsession of Ozzites to travel and spend money overseas probably
far exceeds the cost of bottled water. The following two things are
often confused...
1/ Want
2/ Need.
The promotion of travelogues on TV (in which everyone is smiling, and
the weather is always sunny) is an outrage bordering on sedition given
these travelers have families and mortgages. Mortgage stress? Stay
off aero planes!
I have no mortgage, or watch TV for that matter. I also cannot ever
seem to understand your POV on virtually anything.
What's "POV"? Perfectly Obvious Virtue?
Yes <roll eyes>.
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The revelation that Australians are spending $700 million a year on
a) Yes, bottled water.
So you think drinking tap water is fine, and that it is of consistent
quality across the nation?
IF you live in a state with poor water quality, it is FAR cheaper to
filter and boil it than BUY overpriced water.
I never argued otherwise. The only time I buy bottled water is when in
certain countries.
That's fair, but I thought we were talking about Australia.
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Post by Trevor
And in in some cities many
bottled waters are actually WORSE according to properly conducted tests!
Only bottled water I buy is real distilled water, but not to drink!
OK. That's fine is you have the water with you, wherever that might
be.
Haven't had a problem yet. More likely to just buy a litre of milk if
desperate than pay as much for water!

Trevor.
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The revelation that Australians are spending $700 million a year on
a) Yes, bottled water.
So you think drinking tap water is fine, and that it is of consistent
quality across the nation?
IF you live in a state with poor water quality, it is FAR cheaper to
filter and boil it than BUY overpriced water.
I never argued otherwise. The only time I buy bottled water is when in
certain countries.
That's fair, but I thought we were talking about Australia.
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Post by Trevor
And in in some cities many
bottled waters are actually WORSE according to properly conducted tests!
Only bottled water I buy is real distilled water, but not to drink!
OK. That's fine is you have the water with you, wherever that might
be.
Haven't had a problem yet. More likely to just buy a litre of milk if
desperate than pay as much for water!
Trevor.
Or just buy soda water and let it go flat - it's cheaper than bottled water.

Sylvia.
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The revelation that Australians are spending $700 million a year on
a) Yes, bottled water.
So you think drinking tap water is fine, and that it is of consistent
quality across the nation?
IF you live in a state with poor water quality, it is FAR cheaper to
filter and boil it than BUY overpriced water.
I never argued otherwise. The only time I buy bottled water is when in
certain countries.
That's fair, but I thought we were talking about Australia.
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Post by Trevor
And in in some cities many
bottled waters are actually WORSE according to properly conducted tests!
Only bottled water I buy is real distilled water, but not to drink!
OK. That's fine is you have the water with you, wherever that might
be.
Haven't had a problem yet. More likely to just buy a litre of milk if
desperate than pay as much for water!
Or just buy soda water and let it go flat - it's cheaper than bottled water.
Not much, if at all. And if I did buy soda water I wouldn't need it to
go flat before drinking it. Can't remember the last time I bought soda
water however. Don't even buy soft drinks much.

Trevor.
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The revelation that Australians are spending $700 million a year on
a) Yes, bottled water.
So you think drinking tap water is fine, and that it is of consistent
quality across the nation?
IF you live in a state with poor water quality, it is FAR cheaper to
filter and boil it than BUY overpriced water.
I never argued otherwise. The only time I buy bottled water is when in
certain countries.
That's fair, but I thought we were talking about Australia.
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Post by Trevor
And in in some cities many
bottled waters are actually WORSE according to properly conducted tests!
Only bottled water I buy is real distilled water, but not to drink!
OK. That's fine is you have the water with you, wherever that might
be.
Haven't had a problem yet. More likely to just buy a litre of milk if
desperate than pay as much for water!
Or just buy soda water and let it go flat - it's cheaper than bottled water.
Not much, if at all. And if I did buy soda water I wouldn't need it to
go flat before drinking it. Can't remember the last time I bought soda
water however. Don't even buy soft drinks much.
Trevor.
Sixty something cents in large bottle in Aldi.
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Or just buy soda water and let it go flat - it's cheaper than bottled water.
What bottled water do you buy?
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Or just buy soda water and let it go flat - it's cheaper than bottled water.
What bottled water do you buy?
Well, I don't of course. I was just basing my comment on a quick look at
Woolworth's web site.

Sylvia.
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Or just buy soda water and let it go flat - it's cheaper than bottled water.
What bottled water do you buy?
Well, I don't of course. I was just basing my comment on a quick look at
Woolworth's web site.
63c/l for bottled water V 60/l for soda water. Not worth the hassle imo
+ you cop the added salt and flat soda water tastes crap
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