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Old February 7th, 2015, 07:05 PM   #1

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Do anyone live in Australia ? How is life there ? Which works can save money very well ?


How is the weather there ? How is feelings to immrigants in Australia ? I don't like so much handsome blonde english guys so I don't want to see racist attitudes.

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Can I see Comodo Dragons ?
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Do anyone live in Australia ?
I do

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How is life there ?
Good

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Which works can save money very well ?
Tell me what your skills are and I will tell you.

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How is feelings to immrigants in Australia ? I don't like so much handsome blonde english guys so I don't want to see racist attitudes.
As long as no one thinks your Aboriginal you should be ok (Essentially the Roma of Australia)

The Indians kicked up a stink about racist attacks a few years ago, however pretty much all these claims were either made up, or carried out on Indians by other Indians and had nothing to do with racism. Unfortunately the Indian media never lets the facts get in the way of a good story.
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Can I see Comodo Dragons ?
Nope not in Australia, we do have Goannas though

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And drop bears lots of drop bears.

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Old February 7th, 2015, 08:20 PM   #3

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As long as no one thinks your Aboriginal you should be ok (Essentially the Roma of Australia)

The Indians kicked up a stink about racist attacks a few years ago, however pretty much all these claims were either made up, or carried out on Indians by other Indians and had nothing to do with racism. Unfortunately the Indian media never lets the facts get in the way of a good story.
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Nope not in Australia, we do have Goannas though

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And drop bears lots of drop bears.

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This nice animal is pretty at least comodo dragons. Thanks for the answers.

I want to be a doctor (because of their pays) in the future, but the problem is I have verbal intelligence, and Medicine needs the other intelligence (digital, or numerical, I'm not sure. Number-loving guys) type. So My way is too hard, I don't know anything about my future.

Which Verbal lessons are fame in the Australia ?

(Sorry for bad english, I'm on beginner level)
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Just your standard English lessons would be enough.
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Judging by all of the Funnel Webs, White Tails, Redbacks, Mouse Spiders, Venemous Snakes, Man-O-War Jellyfish, Great White Sharks, No thank you.
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This may not quite be addressing the original post question, but:
If you have clean running home/work tap water (and unsprayed food) where you are then stay there, don't go to Australia (or NZ where i am) because they poison/lace our public water with fluoride and aluminium (and spray our food except for "organic"). (The fluoride gets in gardens and food etc too.) (Mainland Europe has banned fluoridation of public water, though UK & Eire still do it, as do USA & Canada, and RSA). Plus we now have advanced/smart meters troubles too. And they now treat Australia and NZ as part of Asia. (Even the BBC we mainly have (East) "Asia" region news/etc not Europe/Mid East/etc. When i wanted to study ancient world history i was told that the universities only do southern hemisphere history and could only do ancient world history in Europe?) NZ is pretty small and isolated too. Australia not quite so bad as it has a bit more population and space, but even there like NZ here the settlements (and roads) are mostly around the coast in maps, like typical sea island (in contrast to UK and USA where settlements all over the place). (Another problem here is we are 2 islands separated by Cook Strait which makes traveling between the two not as easy as places that aren't.)
Australia is warm, but here in NZ the weather/climate/seasons change alot from hot/cold to cold/hot. (Even though we don't get ice cold or really hot, it is still somewhat disagreeible the changes.) No central heating or double glazing. No gold rush anymore either. The main centres of the modern world are USA, Europe, India, China.
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The reason why "fluoride gets in gardens and food etc too" is because fluorides are naturally-occurring minerals and are found in all soils and water supplies. The fluoridation programme tops up this level but it is way way below anything that is remotely toxic. This programme has been going for half a century in Australia with no evidence of people suffering from fluoride toxicity. The few towns that don't fluoridate their water have much higher rates of tooth decay than those that do.

Smart meters are designed to make electricity distribution fair for everyone. Right now people who use high amounts of electricity during peak periods are being subsidised by people who don't. Smart meters make it easier to charge for using electricity during peak periods when electricity is most expensive.

Pretty much all of the major universities in Australia have a Classics department and a History department. The Classics departments teach ancient history and the History departments teach medieval history.

To answer the original question: Australia is great. Come on down. Melbourne was rated the third most livable city in the world. Sydney was ranked 11th.

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I can't understand your answer well, but I think you complain fluoridation in the Australia. This fluoridation is doing in Turkey too and I think this isn't a importnant thing.

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Which verbal works are best in Australia ?
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Judging by all of the Funnel Webs, White Tails, Redbacks, Mouse Spiders, Venemous Snakes, Man-O-War Jellyfish, Great White Sharks, No thank you.
Nah. They aren't a problem. The dropbears eat most of them.
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Nah. They aren't a problem. The dropbears eat most of them.
I've heard the White Tails and Redbacks have been traveling all over the world. I guess the Redbacks are becoming a problem in Japan. Wait, the Koala Bears eat the spiders? How the hell do they not get bit?

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