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#1395096 - 30/11/2016 11:04 Re: Interview the person below you! [Re: Moonstruck]
J Pabo Offline
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Registered: 12/10/2012
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A. Well, the CIA is the acronym for Complete Incompetent A***holes, but at least KAOS was fooled by Agent 86. Not sure whether CIA would be as capable as KAOS though.

Q. Which actor who portrayed a President of the U.S. that you would like to see in that position in real life (displaying those qualities in that they did in the film)?

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#1395878 - 04/12/2016 20:27 Re: Interview the person below you! [Re: Moonstruck]
Seabreeze Offline
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Registered: 18/09/2005
Posts: 10201
Loc: South West Rocks, NSW
A. I can't think of any films I've watched with US Presidents in them.

Q. Do you prefer Crunchy or Smooth Peanut Butter?

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#1395946 - 05/12/2016 13:31 Re: Interview the person below you! [Re: Moonstruck]
J Pabo Offline
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A. Neither, as I do not eat peanut butter, as it makes me very, very sick, however I am not allergic to nuts. I love all different types of nuts, even satay! But something in peanut butter just makes me very sick. Even home-made peanut butter makes me very sick.

Q. What foods do you love to eat?

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#1401550 - 11/01/2017 17:43 Re: Interview the person below you! [Re: Moonstruck]
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Registered: 10/10/2015
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Loc: NENSW-Wet Subtropics
A. I Love ice cream and chocolate, espically mint flavoured, and cakes. Not particularly healthy, but they're nice.

Q. Do you watch any of the cookery programs that are always shown on tv and do you ever use the recipes that are shown on them.


Edited by rainiac (11/01/2017 17:45)

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#1401575 - 11/01/2017 20:02 Re: Interview the person below you! [Re: Moonstruck]
ozone doug Offline
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Registered: 06/11/2006
Posts: 1663
Loc: Roma SW QLD Eye to the West...
A.Sometimes ,But really got Hungry watching the barb q shows lol.
Q. Vegimite ,ozmite promite or marmite .
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#1401681 - 12/01/2017 14:12 Re: Interview the person below you! [Re: Moonstruck]
J Pabo Offline
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A. Vegemite (best flavour), then Oze-mite (because it is Aussie), then Promite (what the missus prefers, but too salty for me) and never Marmite (Tried it once and never again.

Q. What is your favourite addition to the your preferred condiment that is above?

(Mine is sliced cucumbers and vegemite sandwich, then Vegemite and cheese on any crisp bread/biscuit)

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#1401703 - 12/01/2017 15:40 Re: Interview the person below you! [Re: Moonstruck]
ozone doug Offline
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Registered: 06/11/2006
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Loc: Roma SW QLD Eye to the West...
A; Vegemite and cheese SAO biscuits.Or toast and Vegemite.
Q Who has their own veggie patch and the most successful veggie.
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https://www.wunderground.com/personal-weather-station/dashboard?ID=IQUEENSL852

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#1402809 - 18/01/2017 10:40 Re: Interview the person below you! [Re: Moonstruck]
J Pabo Offline
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A. I used to, but we been busy reconfiguring our gardens to make it less work intensive, and more structured for "hell" climate we are coping with now. We still do grow some tree lettuce (which we allow to self seed), chillies and the occasional strawberry (if the dogs don't eat them). Also we have 2 dark mulberry trees and 2 white mulberry trees in the backyard. We used to grow tomatoes (cherry and normal) which I had several plants produce over 100 tomatoes each in a single crop. We also had a passionfruit vine that went over the chookpen, that produced a 10L bucket of fruit per day for about 2 months when ripened. We had to collect the pulp and put them into tiny containers which we used to freeze for later use.

Q. Do you like to potter around in a garden, or prefer the concrete jungle?

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#1402831 - 18/01/2017 12:39 Re: Interview the person below you! [Re: Moonstruck]
ozone doug Offline
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Registered: 06/11/2006
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Loc: Roma SW QLD Eye to the West...
A. Garden ,Though was surprised to have to learn how and what to grow in a different area .On the coast was more easy to grow anything .Out western qld i found a lot of challenges more sap sucking bugs that are hard to get rid off and frost and extreme heat .New learning curb.

Q.Do you believe a cyber attack will hit our power or banking ,infrastructure in the future .And do you have a plan.I watched a NSA test called auroa power generator test where cyber test distoyed a generating system in minutes.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rTkXgqK1l9A
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https://www.wunderground.com/personal-weather-station/dashboard?ID=IQUEENSL852

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#1403048 - 19/01/2017 16:28 Re: Interview the person below you! [Re: Moonstruck]
J Pabo Offline
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Registered: 12/10/2012
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A. It is already happening everyday, but it comes down to those who maintain such things be alert when someone who is on their network shouldn't be and sort the issue out before the damage is done. The more bigger risk is a solar coronal mass ejection, which has the potential to take out our satellites, power supply and even you humble radio transistor. Anything that is not grounded and surrounded by a Faraday cage is at risk.

Q. Could you live without the technology that we have today compared to say pre-WW2?


Edited by J Pabo (19/01/2017 16:28)

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#1407842 - 15/02/2017 18:48 Re: Interview the person below you! [Re: Moonstruck]
DerekHV Offline
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Registered: 12/02/2010
Posts: 838
Loc: Aberglasslyn (Maitland) NSW
A. I could if I had to, but so many changes have happened in my lifetime that would be hard to adjust again. I only just upgraded my mobile phone from an old Nokia to a modern one.

Q. Do you like where you live (climate or otherwise) and envisage still being there in 5-10 years time? (I hope to head to coastal Newcastle or Port Stephens, summers are too much for me now)

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#1407967 - 16/02/2017 17:37 Re: Interview the person below you! [Re: Moonstruck]
J Pabo Offline
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Registered: 12/10/2012
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A. I like where I live, mainly away from the population, but the weather is getting more unpredictable as time goes by. I would really like to see we get normal a summer, autumn, winter, spring, summer, etc instead of hell, summer, wind, summer, hell, summer, wind, summer, hell as we have been getting lately.

Q. If you had the chance to hop on a Soyuz rocket to go to the ISS for a month, would you go?

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#1428149 - 16/07/2017 18:26 Re: Interview the person below you! [Re: Moonstruck]
DerekHV Offline
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Registered: 12/02/2010
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Loc: Aberglasslyn (Maitland) NSW
A. No, too much of a wuz an low risk taker for that.

Q. Are you enjoying winter where you are, or just riding it out until it ends?

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#1428257 - 17/07/2017 23:43 Re: Interview the person below you! [Re: Moonstruck]
Wave Rider Offline
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Registered: 27/01/2014
Posts: 6437
Loc: Wollongong and Berrima NSW
A. Winter has been alright for me here, it's been rather pleasant and not windy so far.

Q. What was your first car? Mine is a 2003 Nissan Pulsar.
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2017-18 storm total= 5
Oct 25th
Nov 6th(3), 17th

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#1428435 - 19/07/2017 15:19 Re: Interview the person below you! [Re: Moonstruck]
J Pabo Offline
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A. 1978 Mazda 323

Q. Have you ever been booked?

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#1428446 - 19/07/2017 16:08 Re: Interview the person below you! [Re: Moonstruck]
ozone doug Offline
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Registered: 06/11/2006
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Loc: Roma SW QLD Eye to the West...
A. O yeah lol.[Trying to think what i wasn't booked for]
Q. What was the fastest car or bike you owned.
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#1435244 - 27/09/2017 13:55 Re: Interview the person below you! [Re: Moonstruck]
J Pabo Offline
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A. Mitsubishi FTO LM Edition - well on the PS GT1 smile

As for a real cars

1/ 1978 Mazda 323 did 185Km, not bad for a 1.4L UC motor.

2/ 1978 Ford Cortina wagon with a 4.1L with 4 speed. Speedometer only went to 220Kph, the needle was stopped there and couldn't go any further. Also, we had a proving ground to see what torque the engine had from Elderslie Bridge on the way to Branxton. The rules were a) you had a rolling start of 60kph from the exit off the bridge, b) you had to have 4 full size adults in the vehicle and c) be in top gear (other then overdrive) from the bridge and d) put you foot down to see what speed you got to at the top of the hill. I got to 165kph going uphill and had back off two-thirds up the hill, due to the floating bend at the top of the crest. Not only that, the resident at the top of the hill wouldn't appreciated me flying over his fence into his paddock. The Corty can go fast in a straight line, but wasn't it too good on the bends or braking. Previous record holder was a '97 Nissan Skyline GTR on full-setting and used 4th gear (1:1 ratio as 5th gear was overdrive) which only got to 135KM at the top of the hill. I also had 5 adults in my car. This car was a beast on the open road and highway.

3. 1999 Mitsubishi Lancer, 190kph through Kakadu on dirt roads, or as the locals say - Kaka-don't. It was a hire car. We thought we were Tommi Mäkinen rallying through the country side. We even got it airborne a few times!

Q. Should we have autobahns in Australia with higher speed limits (for vehicles that can do higher speeds)?


Edited by J Pabo (27/09/2017 13:58)

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#1436151 - 05/10/2017 15:55 Re: Interview the person below you! [Re: Moonstruck]
DerekHV Offline
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Registered: 12/02/2010
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Loc: Aberglasslyn (Maitland) NSW
A. There are certainly some open areas that can have higher speed limits, been on plenty of roads where you can cruise on up to 20Ks over the limit with little chance of being booked.

Q. When was your last traffic offense? (mine was failing to come to a complete stop at a Stop sign, over 3 years ago so have the points back now)

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#1436158 - 05/10/2017 18:18 Re: Interview the person below you! [Re: Moonstruck]
ozone doug Offline
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Registered: 06/11/2006
Posts: 1663
Loc: Roma SW QLD Eye to the West...
A. 15 years ago speeding on the Bruce hwy on a Harley lol ,They heard me before they saw me . blush
Q.Best time a policeman let you of the hook.
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Cheers Doug. 491 Doug/ uhf ch50 and ch40 When severe weather
BOM Stormspotter G0388 Roma S W Queensland Formerly Redcliffe.
https://www.wunderground.com/personal-weather-station/dashboard?ID=IQUEENSL852

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#1436260 - 06/10/2017 21:57 Re: Interview the person below you! [Re: Moonstruck]
DerekHV Offline
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Registered: 12/02/2010
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Loc: Aberglasslyn (Maitland) NSW
A. A couple of times in the early 90s just over the limit on a breathalyzer, I don't think they would ever do that now.

Q. Same Q.

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