- Jan 12, 2014
- LT Silver
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Perhaps we might find they are in the group who are having the snip for fear of bringing children into this dreadful world! https://www.theaustralian.com.au/li...s/news-story/ab91d10993314136a6830abba1990ac8
This story made my blood run cold. Mum dad & children turn up to a park taking down QR code’s (the children) then attack another family of picnickers and set their dog on a man who came to help.We can only hope!
The modelling predictions/reports seem spot on, is my analysis. And they say all areas evenly vaccinated - which is honest, but a flaw. But some premiers(QLD) have said 80% will mean different things , meaning they intend to tear up national cabinet agreements, after they took all that relief and sit-down money, and planning to get more handouts.
Yep… we’re living in some parallel universe far far away … figuratively .. and (if only) literally … I caught the end of that interview where she sneered about why would you want to go to India. Surprised she did not get more blowback on that ….Well AP has now starred on OMAAT.
The premier of Queensland made controversial comments about Australia's borders reopening, wondering why people would want to travel, and where they'd go.onemileatatime.com
Interesting.… especially as the population are very compliant with following pub health measures and high vax that still further measures implemented.Interesting report on the current situation in Singapore.
Singapore’s latest move to combat COVID-19 appears to shift away from the country’s stated transition toward living with the virus.www.smh.com.au
I wouldn't be surprised if Sydney found itself in a similar situation come December... Will be interesting to see what happens then.
Yep… we’re living in some parallel universe far far away … figuratively .. and (if only) literally … I caught the end of that interview where she sneered about why would you want to go to India. Surprised she did not get more blowback on that ….