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#1444587 - 11/12/2017 12:19 Re: Interview the person below you! [Re: Moonstruck]
J Pabo Offline
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Registered: 12/10/2012
Posts: 392
Loc: Clydesdale NSW
A. Staying at home, many things to do, also bushfire season well and truly will be a threat.

Q. Speaking of bushfires, what should the punishment be for arsonists?

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#1444744 - 13/12/2017 15:47 Re: Interview the person below you! [Re: Moonstruck]
Leelee Offline
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Registered: 30/11/2012
Posts: 319
Loc: Karratha, WA
A. Difficult to answer, depends on the motive for being an arsonist. Mentally challenged or disabled people = difficult, I don't believe in a one size fits all solution in that scenario.
In the event that there wasn't a disability involved, all of their assets should be seized and sold off, with the proceeds going to the victims of their crime, if they have lost everything then so should the arsonist. There should also be a mandatory prison sentence. Arsonists are difficult to near impossible to rehabilitate for many reasons. Once they're out of jail, the urge will rise again. There should be an arsonist list as there is a sexual offender list to help mitigate the risk.

Q. What's the naughtiest thing your child has ever done, that you couldn't help but laugh at?

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#1448107 - 09/01/2018 15:02 Re: Interview the person below you! [Re: Moonstruck]
J Pabo Offline
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Registered: 12/10/2012
Posts: 392
Loc: Clydesdale NSW
A. I don't have one, thus I couldn't laugh.

Q. Would Trump push his "BIG" button?

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#1450684 - 29/01/2018 10:58 Re: Interview the person below you! [Re: Moonstruck]
Gad Offline
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Registered: 27/12/2010
Posts: 349
Loc: Silkstone
A. NO.because he`s only got a 'normal' size one to push

Q. how long is a piece of string?


Edited by Gad (29/01/2018 11:00)

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#1452675 - 14/02/2018 15:13 Re: Interview the person below you! [Re: Moonstruck]
J Pabo Offline
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Registered: 12/10/2012
Posts: 392
Loc: Clydesdale NSW
A. A piece of string is twice as long as half its length.

Q. When will it rain??

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#1453351 - 19/02/2018 10:26 Re: Interview the person below you! [Re: Moonstruck]
DerekHV Offline
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Registered: 12/02/2010
Posts: 1056
Loc: Aberglasslyn (Maitland) NSW
A. Hopefully today, forecast "possible showers" of 5-10mm, let's hope that comes to fruition, with single digit rainfall figures so far this year. Genuine drought breaking rain probably not going to happen until next month at the earliest.

Q. How dry is it where you are?

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#1453864 - 22/02/2018 11:40 Re: Interview the person below you! [Re: Moonstruck]
aussiestormfreak Offline
Meteorological Motor Mouth

Registered: 02/02/2011
Posts: 6006
Loc: Melbourne (Belgrave); Corryong...
A. Too dry for my liking, we've only had 1mm of rain this month here in Belgrave (in Melbourne's Dandenong Ranges). My last "big" rainfall total was 29.5mm on January 30th. And the average for February (based on my stats) is 64.9mm. frown

Q. What aspects of your local climate would you change if possible? For me personally I'd like much more rainfall, more good storms, more warm days but less extreme heat, and a much lower bushfire risk during the summer.

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#1454012 - 23/02/2018 09:51 Re: Interview the person below you! [Re: Moonstruck]
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Registered: 06/11/2006
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Loc: Roma SW QLD Eye to the West...
A. No 43 deg days.
Q. Do you think Cape town will explode in violence when it runs out of water next month or remain calm. {I think it will explode in violence but hope not}
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#1454733 - 26/02/2018 12:46 Re: Interview the person below you! [Re: ozone doug]
J Pabo Offline
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Registered: 12/10/2012
Posts: 392
Loc: Clydesdale NSW
A. A suppose this puts a different definition of a water fight.

Q. What movie was there that mentioned a war for water?

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#1454864 - 26/02/2018 22:42 Re: Interview the person below you! [Re: Moonstruck]
Beltane Offline
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Registered: 15/10/2001
Posts: 447
Loc: Warriewood 2102 NSW
A. Such a movie could be Chinatown, from 1974, starring Jack Nicholson and Faye Dunaway. The film was inspired by the California Water Wars, a series of disputes over Southern California water at the beginning of the 20th century, by which Los Angeles interests secured water rights by dubious means.

Q. Which do you consider the better acting performance by Jack Nicholson in: "One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest" or "The Shining"?
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#1457420 - 16/03/2018 16:48 Re: Interview the person below you! [Re: Moonstruck]
J Pabo Offline
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Registered: 12/10/2012
Posts: 392
Loc: Clydesdale NSW
A. Both are "crazy" movies, one realistic, other scary. He performed great in both, but I will go with One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest. Just a classic movie. Haven't seen it in years though.

Q. Did you think he played a convincing Joker in the Batman movies?

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#1457465 - 16/03/2018 23:31 Re: Interview the person below you! [Re: Moonstruck]
Brett Guy Offline
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Registered: 05/10/2010
Posts: 5072
Loc: Bently Park, Cairns
A. Heath Ledger relegated all other jokers to the scrap heap. Not saying other actors dod a bad job, but they became irrelevant so to speak.

Q. Are you a dog person or a cat person? wink

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#1458076 - 20/03/2018 15:41 Re: Interview the person below you! [Re: Moonstruck]
DerekHV Offline
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Registered: 12/02/2010
Posts: 1056
Loc: Aberglasslyn (Maitland) NSW
A. I like both, but have an indoor dog only, as the missus does not like cats.

Q. Do you like birds as pets? (like cockatiels, lorikeets were a bit too wild to keep tame)

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#1462186 - 20/04/2018 09:40 Re: Interview the person below you! [Re: Moonstruck]
J Pabo Offline
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Registered: 12/10/2012
Posts: 392
Loc: Clydesdale NSW
A. We have plenty of wild birds in our garden, lorikeets, king parrots, sulphur crested cockatoos, white corellas, butcher birds, magpies, black currawongs, chough birds, crows, common mynas and noisy miners, various types of robins, sparrows and honey eaters. We even have tawny frog-mouths and various owls pop in from time to time. The occasional rosella, budgie, kite, eagle and pelican on our dams.

The biggest boss of all of these is a family of wagtails that drive all of these away from the back and west of the shed, even drive the dogs crazy.

We do not keep any birds caged.

We even named one magpie "Eddy Magpire" (in honour of Eddie Maguire and Steady Eddy), because he may have been not right from birth and his mother tried to peck him to death, until my wife intervened. He ended up with no feathers on his head, was unsteady with his feet and couldn't fly. So he took cover in the shrubs and the hedges when other birds were around and only came out when they were away. He walked around our back yard, wasn't afraid of the dogs or cats. He lasted about 5-6 weeks until he finally succumbed to his injuries.

Q. What strange pets have you had?

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#1462222 - 20/04/2018 12:39 Re: Interview the person below you! [Re: Moonstruck]
LightningGus Offline
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Registered: 12/05/2012
Posts: 1178
Loc: Kingaroy QLD 434m ASL
A. Nothing super unusual, but a tank full of yabbies, a bunch of 'frizzle' chickens (google for a laugh grin ), and a 1 legged quail are some of the stranger ones. The poor old quail was ambushed by a magpie who somehow managed to grabbed his leg through the 1x1cm mesh of the bird aviary. The injury was nasty with the leg ripped off at the thigh. No way did I expect such a small bird to survive an injury like that and I very nearly put the poor little fella out of his misery. Lo and behold a few months later the wound had healed and he lasted a good 3-4 years hopping around the floor of the aviary.

Q. Sticking with the animal theme, what is your greatest ever wildlife encounter?
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#1462239 - 20/04/2018 14:44 Re: Interview the person below you! [Re: Moonstruck]
J Pabo Offline
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Registered: 12/10/2012
Posts: 392
Loc: Clydesdale NSW
A. Fishing for barramundi on the Roper River at Jilkminggan with few friends, and about a half a dozen crocs around us waiting to catch our catch. We were only using hand reels, so it was going to be a quick haul in if we got a bite. We may have ended up with fish head soup.

Q. What animal would you like to have as a pet?

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